22 May

Looking for Engineering Jobs? Get Expert Interview Tips

Posted by Howard Gang

You can find engineering jobs in almost any industry, in every sector of the Canadian economy. Whether you’re looking at oil & gas operations in the West or you’re thinking about mining operations in Ontario or the Far North, you can bet engineers are involved in many different ways.

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Topics: Job Search
16 May

5 Vital Jobs in Canada’s Natural Resources Sector

Posted by George Hoadley

Canada has long been described as a “resource economy.” Canada’s first industries were based on fur and fish, two abundant natural resources. Since then, wood and mine products have been the source of workers in different types of construction jobs. Natural resources have always been the backbone of the Canadian economy, and they will continue to be so for a long time.

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14 May

Reword Your Job Description Before Posting It Online

Posted by Brad Holtkamp

We all know the challenges of writing a compelling resume and cover letter in the hopes of nabbing our dream job. But there seems to be considerably less discussion about the trials hiring managers face when writing a job description to attract top talent to top positions.

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11 May

How Influential Are Steel and Aluminum to Canada’s Economy?

Posted by Jamie Dargie

In March 2018, amid continuing NAFTA negotiations, the Trump administration announced new tariffs on steel and aluminum products entering the United States from other countries. This announcement caused quite a stir in Canada. Many economists and representatives of Canada’s steel and aluminum industries spoke out against the new tariffs, arguing they unfairly penalized Canada.

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Topics: Industry News
9 May

Why Natural Resources Are Important to Canada’s Vitality

Posted by George Hoadley

You may hear talk about “natural resources,” especially as NAFTA negotiations continue. Canada is often described as a resource economy. If you live in southern Ontario or a highly urbanized area like Montreal or Vancouver, you might question this description.

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Topics: Industry News

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