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October 23, 2023

Dear Future Neighbour,

Are you looking to immigrate to Canada using the Permanent Residency Pathway? Are you a skilled construction worker? If Yes, then this news is for you.

Nova Scotia, a province in Canada has launched a new permanent residency pathway called the Critical Construction Worker Pilot for eligible candidates that desire to immigrate to Canada.

Candidates must have experience in any of the 21 construction occupations to qualify for this program and also have the following requirements:

  • A permanent and full-time job offer from a Nova scotian employer in one of the 21 trades listed below
  • Candidates must be between ages 21 and 55 years
  • Candidates must have at least 1 year of work experience related to the job offer
  • Candidates must have a high school diploma or must have completed a construction specific industry training program with evidence.
  • Candidates must meet the financial requirements to immigrate to Nova Scotia
  • Candidates must have language proficiency in English or French with CLB 5 for Teer 0, 1, 2 or 3 occupations and CLB 4 for Teer 4 and 5

CLB Level 4

Test Listening Reading Writing  Speaking
IELTS 4.5 3.5 4 4
CELPIP 4 4 4 4
TEF 145 121 181 181
TCF 331 342 4 4

CLB Level 5

Test Listening Reading Writing  Speaking
IELTS 5 4 5 5
CELPIP 5 5 5 5
TEF 181 151 226 226
TCF 369 375 6 6

See below list of the 21 Construction Occupations:

  1. 70010 – Construction managers
  2. 70011 – Home building and renovation managers
  3. 72011 – Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
  4. 72014 – Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
  5. 72020 – Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
  6. 72106 – Welders and related machine operators
  7. 72200 – Electricians (except industrial and power system)
  8. 72201 – Industrial electricians
  9. 72310 – Carpenters
  10. 72320 – Bricklayers
  11. 72401 – Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  12. 72402 – Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  13. 72500 – Crane operators
  14. 73100 – Concrete finishers
  15. 73102 – Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers
  16. 73110 – Roofers and shinglers
  17. 73200 – Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  18. 73400 – Heavy equipment operators
  19. 75101 – Material handlers
  20. 75110 – Construction trades helpers and labourers
  21. 75119 – Other trades helpers and labourers

Do you need further information and assistance on how to apply for this program? Need to create an express entry or provincial nomination profile? Need to process a Canadian admission or have general questions regarding Canada Immigration process? Send us an email on info@eseumohimmigration.com




September 5, 2023

According to Statistics Canada data updated on Thursday August 31, 2023, the average weekly earnings in Canada of employed residents rose by 3.6% year-on-year in June 2023.

Although, these average weekly earnings increased by just $4 from $1,200 in May to $1,204 in June.

The number of employees receiving pay and benefits from their employer increased by 47,700 (+0.3%), but job vacancies continued their downward trend, falling by 8,900 (-1.2%) to 753,400.

See below Province-Wise Average Weekly Earnings

Geography Average
Canada 1203.64 3.6%
Nunavut 1665.72 8.5%
Northwest Territories 1613.39 5.1%
Yukon 1366.45 1.9%
Alberta 1283.89 2.1%
Ontario 1226.21 4.2%
Newfoundland and Labrador 1205.89 5.4%
British Columbia 1203.72 3.1%
Saskatchewan 1168.96 2.6%
Quebec 1153.32 4.3%
Manitoba 1094.77 3.8%
New Brunswick 1091.30 1.8%
Nova Scotia 1064.90 3.9%
Prince Edward Island 1004.76 4.2%

Average weekly earnings in Canada

See below Sector-Wise Average Weekly Earnings

Sector June 2023 June 2022 Year-on-Year
Forestry, logging and support 1,425.18 1,318.25 8.1%
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction 2,289.96 2,231.72 2.6%
Utilities 2,147.41 2,002.67 7.2%
Construction 1,485.24 1,443.19 2.9%
Manufacturing 1,337.46 1,269.56 5.3%
Wholesale trade 1,416.85 1,375.86 3.0%
Retail trade 705.71 699.54 0.9%
Transportation and warehousing 1,247.74 1,225.54 1.8%
Information and cultural industries 1,647.12 1,467.67 12.2%
Finance and insurance 1,584.30 1,575.31 0.6%
Real estate and rental and leasing 1,179.86 1,195.04 -1.3%
Professional, scientific and technical services 1,738.46 1,675.77 3.7%
Management of companies and enterprises 1,656.05 1,551.64 6.7%
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services 1,014.33 986.12 2.9%
Educational services 1,177.13 1,118.72 5.2%
Health care and social assistance 1,061.48 1,032.94 2.8%
Arts, entertainment and recreation 738.38 690.93 6.9%
Accommodation and food services 488.03 471.34 3.5%
Other services (excluding public administration) 1,042.06 979.85 6.3%
Public administration 1,529.21 1,493.25 2.4%

Sector-Wise Average Weekly Earnings

Reduction in Job Vacancies

The number of job openings continued to decline in June, falling by 1.2% to 753,400 from 762,300 in May.

This increases the net decrease in vacancies since January to 108,500 (-12.6%) and to 249,900 (-24.9%) since the record high of 1,003,200 vacancies in May 2022.

Job vacancies in June 2023 were at their lowest level since May 2021 (673,400).

Province-Wise Job Vacancies

Job openings in Quebec fell by 14,700 (-7.6%) to 178,500, the lowest level since March 2021 (176,400). This increased the rate of unemployment in the province by 19,700 (+10.6%) to 205,900.

There were increases in job openings in Saskatchewan (+4,900 to 26,300), New Brunswick (+1,800 to 14,000), and Prince Edward Island (+1,000 to 3,500), while the six remaining provinces saw little change.

Province Job Vacancies Job Vacancy Rate
Ontario 272400 3.9%
Quebec 178500 4.4%
British Columbia 116500 4.6%
Alberta 87200 4.1%
Manitoba 26500 4.2%
Saskatchewan 26300 5.1%
Nova Scotia 17700 3.9%
New Brunswick 14000 4.2%
Newfoundland and Labrador 6900 3.6%
Northwest Territories 5900 5.9%
Prince Edward Island 3900 5.2%
Nunavut 3900 3.9%
Yukon 1400 6.8%

Provincial Job vacancies

Ontario continues to have the highest number of job vacancies among various sectors followed by Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Atlantic provinces.

Sector-Wise Job Vacancies

Finance and insurance sectors had the highest decrease in job vacancies (-8,800; -30.2%), accommodation and food services (-7,600; -7.5%), and construction (-6,900; -10%).

Job Sector Job Vacancies Job Vacancy Rate
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 10800 4.3%
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction 10400 4.6%
Utilities 3300 2.5%
Construction 62300 5.1%
Manufacturing 58600 3.6%
Wholesale trade 26200 3.1%
Retail trade 84800 4.0%
Transportation and warehousing 40700 4.6%
Information and cultural industries 10700 2.8%
Finance and insurance 20500 2.4%
Real estate and rental and leasing 9000 3.0%
Professional, scientific and technical services 44900 3.6%
Management of companies and enterprises 3900 3.0%
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services 42100 4.8%
Educational services 24200 1.7%
Health care and social assistance 147100 6.1%
Arts, entertainment and recreation 11800 3.6%
Accommodation and food services 92500 6.6%
Other services (excluding public administration) 34900 5.9%
Public administration 14700 2.6%

Sector-Wise Job Vacancies

However, healthcare and social assistance recorded the highest monthly increase in payroll employment (+25,100; +9.2%) following a fall in May.

The number of job vacancies in retail trade edged up by 5,700 (+7.2%) to 84,800 in June, marginally offsetting decreases of 5,800 (-6.3%) in April and of 6,800 (-7.8%) in May.

The number of job openings in mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction increased by 2,100 to 10,400 in June.

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August 9, 2023

The Canada Border Services Agency is hiring now for 477 Student border services officers (SBSOs) for various locations across Canada, this process began on Tuesday August 8, 2023.

Student Border Services Officers (SBSOs) collaborate with BSOs in exciting, dynamic, and stimulating situations to help protect and flourish Canada.

The last date to apply is October 12, 2023, but CBSA advises interested candidates to apply early owing to the lengthy recruiting procedure. International students are eligible to apply for government student jobs, but preference is given to Canadian permanent residents or citizens.

Full-time jobs are available from late April through early September 2024. Work hours vary by location.

Part-time work may be feasible in autumn 2024 and winter 2025. SBSOs earn $16.84 to $34.59 per hour, depending on their education level.

The best thing is that SBSOs receive classroom and online instruction, as well as guidance and mentoring on the job.

See below location of Jobs for Students

SBSOs operate in Canadian cities at international airports, postal processing facilities, cruise ship operations, and telephone reporting centres.

However, they have no duty guns.

  • Alberta: Calgary (Calgary International Airport), Edmonton (Edmonton International Airport)
  • British Columbia: Richmond (Vancouver International Airport, CBSA Mail Processing Centre), Vancouver (Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal)
  • Manitoba: Winnipeg (James Armstrong Richardson International Airport)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: St. John’s (St. John’s International Airport)
  • Nova Scotia: Halifax (Stanfield International Airport)
  • Ontario: Hamilton (Hamilton International Airport and Hamilton Telephone Reporting Centre), London (London International Airport), Mississauga (International Mail Processing Centre), Ottawa (Macdonald-Cartier International Airport), Toronto (Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport)
  • Quebec: Dorval (Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport), Montréal Island (International Mail Processing Centre Léo Blanchette), Québec City (Jean Lesage International Airport)
  • Saskatchewan: Regina (Regina International Airport), Saskatoon (John G. Diefenbaker International Airport)

Eligibility Requirements

For an SBSO post, you must be a full-time student at a recognized post-secondary school.

Also, you should be returning to full-time study in September 2024 and be of majority age in the workplace province.

International students currently in Canada meeting the general eligibility requirement are eligible to apply, and this has been officially confirmed. However, preference will be given to students studying criminology, law, safety/security studies, psychology, sociology, customs and border services, or police studies, as well as Canadian citizens and permanent residents who satisfy job criteria.

Note that only if your application is randomly selected for consideration will you be contacted. If by December 2023 you do not hear from CBSA, your application will not be considered for 2024 positions

Click here to apply

August 7, 2023

Vacancies for temporary, Permanent, Deployment, Secondment, Assignment, Acting, and casual Payment Service Officer jobs for various locations across Ontario.

The applicants require no prior experience to apply apart from a secondary school diploma or equivalent and an updated résumé. Service Canada will be providing a fully paid training.

As a Payment Service Officer at one of the Service Canada offices, you will be responding to customer inquiries about one of Service Canada’s many advantages.

This is a good entry-level opportunity to begin your career in the Federal Public Service as you will have access to a multi-tiered, extensive, and fully compensated training program, whose successful completion will provide you with a grasp of the laws, policies, and processes necessary for the role.

Applications meeting the first screening standards will be chosen at random on a monthly basis after which the chosen applicants will be reached for evaluation.

Linguistic Requirements:

Various language requirements

  • English Essential
  • French Essential
  • Bilingual Imperative (English/French) Level: BBC/BBC
  • Bilingual Imperative (English/French) Level: CBC/CBC

You can try below optional self-assessment of your writing abilities in your second official language before submitting your application, in order to help you decide whether you should apply for a bilingual position or not.

Unsupervised Internet Test of Second Language Writing Skills

Education Requirements:

Secondary school diploma


a sufficient result on the PSC test, which has been recognized as a substitute to a high school diploma (GIT320)


a combination of education, training, and/or experience

Who can apply:

Individuals having a residence or work place with a postal code starting with K, L, M, N, or P.

You are suitable for this job, if you can:

  • Write and talk in a way that is understandable, suitable, and clear.
  • Act honourably and fairly and uphold moral principles, while interacting with people.
  • Work together and respectfully resolve disputes with others, to accomplish common objectives.
  • Prioritize and evaluate the facts at hand in order to find a solution or develop a complete knowledge.
  • Efficiently satisfy the demands of customers through superior service.
  • Execute tasks with the use of computer technology.

Salary: $54,878 to $61,379 (For Full-time 37.5 hours per week)

Closing Date: 29 September 2023 – 23:59, Pacific Time

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