See us for services. Our services are cost-free and tailored to residents who are unemployed or working less than 20 hours a week and legally entitled to work in Canada and are not currently attending full-time school.
To keep everyone safe and continue to provide the services and support you need, we have adapted our programs to align with recent provincial health orders.
Until December 1, 2020:
Please contact us to book your appointment at the following centres:
SELF-SERVE RESOURCE CENTRE:
Free access to computers, phones, fax machines and photocopiers, job board, community resource brochures and staff to help you with your job search.
JOB SEARCH WORKSHOPS:
Access a variety of career assessments and workshops to help you be successful in your job search.
SHORT-TERM CERTIFICATION TRAINING:
Need a certificate for a specific job? Find out how to access 35 hours of certificate training.
You may be eligible for bus tickets and work gear for interviews and employment.
We can connect you with valuable community resources and programs.
Assistance to support you start and/or maintain your new job.
NEW - It provides financial reimbursement to employers who hire and train eligible job seekers. New workers gain skills, experience and employment while employer gains a trained employee along with financial support to meet training needs.
We have grooming kits and haircut vouchers to help you freshen up for work.
Single parents on income assistance are now eligible for:
Specialized services available for Aboriginals, Francophone, New Immigrants, Survivors of Violence, Youth and Mature workers.
Other COMMUNITY & EMPLOYER PARTNERSHIP opportunities for training and placement also available.