This a dream come true time for people who have longed to work from home or work for an organization far from where they want to live. These jobs have the greatest number of work from home, also called ‘remote work’, opportunities: Business Customer service Sales Recruiter Organization development Media and Publishing Writing/Publishing- copywriter, editor, proofreading Graphic design, illustration Blogger Communications/PR- communications officer Education and … Continue reading Working from Home
Get help from a trained stylist to look and feel your best. Stylists are here to help you package your best self in job search and work. Dress for Success (DFS) is an international non-profit organization that provides services at locations in a number of locations in Canada. These services are provided free of charge by referral and appointment only to clients in financial need … Continue reading Dress for Success Canada!
Here is some interesting news, written by Shelby Trevenot, posted on CIC News July 16, 2020 “A loophole in Canadian Citizenship law that prevented some parents from passing on citizenship to their children has been closed to support the needs of modern families. Canadian citizenship law is catching up with the times after Quebec Superior Court ruled that the non-biological, legal children of Canadians can … Continue reading Canada changes definition of “parent” for the 21st century
Opportunities await at all of Canada’s five big banks right now Jobs in banking and financial services need to be filled in major cities and smaller communities across Canada. To better represent the people of this country, they are seeking candidates who are French/English bilingual, Metis, First Nations and Inuit. However, people of all backgrounds are welcome to apply. Most of careers are in the … Continue reading Canadian Banking Seeks More Than 2,000 Employees!
Come join the world at the Harbourfront Centre this weekend! The Small World Musical festival is one of my personal favorites of the summer season here in Toronto. Come to the sounds of Brazil, LA/Mexico, Italy, Morocco, India, Iran and much more. Children’s tent on site as well. Here’s a sampling of what you can experience thanks to Breakfast Television. Where: The Harbourfront Centre, 235 … Continue reading Small World Musical Festival on Now!
Art project gives voice to plants at Assiniboine Park Conservatory “Winnipeg artist is using the electric currents in plants to create music… As the Assiniboine Park Conservatory gets ready to close down for good this spring, Helga Jakobson is giving a voice to the plants who call it home.” Read and hear the sound of plants that may know they will soon be separated. Thanks to Wendy … Continue reading Hear Plants!!
Get Inspiration and a Feast for Your Eyes Visual Arts Mississauga at Riverwood is an amazing nature retreat in the city. There are trails nearby to have quality time in the woods. Check the Upcoming Exhibitions and Events for shows, exhibitions and special events. Go to opening receptions to connect with local artists. Where: 4170 Riverwood Park Lane, Mississauga, ON L5C 2S7 Hours: Monday to Thursday – … Continue reading Art Exhibitions and Events
Some Interesting Part-Time and Temporary Jobs for Ontario and City of Toronto Elections If you are a Canadian citizen, resident of Ontario and over 18, this could be a great experience for you with Elections Ontario. Provincial election is coming up June 7, 2018. City of Toronto is October 22, 2018 and jobs for that election will be posted May 22, 2018. Continue reading Elections Jobs Now and in the Fall
Inspiration, Energy and Wellness for All Find nutrition events, recipes and loads of food facts available through the Dietitians of Canada in Nutrition Month. Want to up your cooking game? Check Cookspiration for luscious good for you recipes, such as avocado fries, Mexican squash and bean salad, raspberry lemon muffin magic and much more. Continue reading Goodness for Everyone: March is Nutrition Month
Want to work at a university or college in Canada? If you are looking for work in academia in Canada, you should check out these websites: University Affairs Canada- Jobs Higher Education Jobs- Canada Canadian Association of University Teachers Doctoral degrees don’t have the same value and status they have in other countries, so few Canadians are interested in pursuing them. As a result, many … Continue reading Academic Work in Canada