NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE COMMUNITY COUNCIL

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Employment Resources

Employment is one the ways in which residents can live a fruitful life and because of this productive employment and decent work are key objectives of a person's life plan. Meaningful work is particularly important for newly arrived immigrants, it brings people together and binds society with a common thread. According to statistics Canada, 46% of new immigrants listed finding adequate employment as the greatest difficulty they were faced with upon arriving in Canada. Information about employment, pay and workers’ rights is often hard to find. With that in mind NDGCC’s resource page for employment includes a directory of services related to employment in and around NDG as well useful links to work related websites and answers to often asked questions.

 

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JOB SEARCH- EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE GUIDE
Carrefour Jeunesse- Emploi
Information and evaluation
Professional and academic exploration
Job bank and search techniques
Workshops, Stage and internship Services
Entrepreneurship Services
Employment counseling
35yrs+program
Computers, internet, phones, fax and photocopier available
Contacts:
514-482-6665   
www.cje-ndg.com

 

Cotes-des-Neiges Job Search Centre
Three-week sessions of job-hunting techniques
Individual counseling
Program for new immigrants
Familiarization with Quebec job market
Contacts:
514-733-3026   
www.crecdn.com
 
Club de Recherche d’Emploi du Sud-Ouest de Montreal
Help seeking employment
Offers a three-week job search program
Special workshops for immigrants
Accompaniment
Contacts:
514-366-0660   
www.cresom.com
 
Agence Ometz
Job Board
Employment Counselling
Online Resume Writing Course
Access 45+ Program
Career Advising and Testing
Training and Workshops
Supported Employment Services
The Career Gateway
ProMontreal Entrepreneurs
Training for New Careers
Work Essential Skills
Contacts:
514-342-0000
www.ometz.ca
 
 
Employment Resources for Immigrants
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Social integration services for immigrants
Employment skills and vocational workshops
Accompaniment
Various partnerships and consultation
Contacts:
 
CTI-IWC, Centre des travailleurs/euses immigrants - Immigrant workers center
Popular education about worker’s rights
Improving living and working conditions for immigrant workers
Mobilizing around workplaces issues
Providing a safe place for immigrant workers to receive information, resources, and referrals
Contacts:
514-342-211
 
 
 To get more information about Employment in NDG, please, call NDG Community Council tel: (514) 484-1471
 
Frequently asked questions
Employment Insurance

How do I claim Employment Insurance? - You must file your claim online on Service Canada.

Quebec Parental Insurance Program

Frequently asked questions
CSST: Comission de la Santé et de la Sécurité du Travail 

Labour Standards

Academic Credential Assessment and Qualification Recognition