How to find a good, reliable job as a Newcomer to Canada

If you are ready to call Canada home, you’ll need to learn about the Canadian job market and how to stand out during the hiring process. Even during the pandemic, there are lots of good, reliable and steady jobs, especially in Ontario’s food and beverage processing sector. To get you started, we’ve compiled a list of useful resources to help you prepare for your job hunt.

Advice for Newcomers to Canada

Moving to a new country and finding a new job is no small task. The Newcomers Centre of Peel hosted a panel with professionals from the food and beverage processing industry who remember what it was like to arrive in Canada and their journey to finding a rewarding job. Read what they had to say about their experience.

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Job options in food processing and production

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Looking for work can be hard, especially when you’re not even sure about the kinds of jobs that exist. has put together a good list of options that exist in the food and beverage processing industry as well as some things to consider when looking for work.

How do I prepare for a job interview?

Finding a job can be stressful, but the good news is that there are some easy ways that you can prepare yourself for the interview. has a few quick tips to help you prepare and some things that you can think about as you practice for your job interview.

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Smart answers to behavioural interview questions

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Have you been invited to a job interview? Excellent work! Now is the time to practice some great responses to behavioural interview questions like “Recall a time when you handled a task assigned to you that was outside of your job description.” has compiled a list of the frequently asked behavioural questions just like this one to help you prepare for your interview with the hiring manager.

How to write the perfect cover letter for Canada

Not sure what to include or how to structure your cover letter for a Canadian employer? Moving2Canada provides fantastic advice on how to write a winning cover letter for the Canadian job market. Learn how to write a cover letter using the “three-pronged approach” and whether you must always submit your cover letter in Canada.

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