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Information about what it’s like to live in, work in and enjoy British Columbia.
BC's online guide to employment resources
Skills Connect for Immigrants Program
A program that helps new immigrants who are unemployed or underemployed find employment through mentoring and innovative approaches.
A non-profit society serving immigrants and refugees in Greater Vancouver area.
Helping House Society
Non-profit employment support for skilled immigrants
Immigrant Services Society
A non-profit society that serves the settlement, training and integration needs of newcomers from all over the world.
A non-profit organization that helps individual achieve their work goals, manage their careers, succeed in the workplace by delivering quality community-based employment services sponsored by the federal and provincial governments.
Progressive Intercultural Community Services
Immigration counselling programs, employment services, free language help for new immigrants
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