1. Pre-Arrival

  • Pre-Arrival
    engineers immigrating to Canada

      Engineering is a regulated profession in Canada and you need a licence to work as a professional engineer. You cannot call yourself a professional engineer, use the professional designation (P.Eng.) or carry out engineering work in Canada unless you … Continue reading


2. Skills Development

3. Understanding Canadian Workplaces

  • Understanding Canadian workplaces
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    Canadian employers, who often do not know how to assess education and work experience from other countries, may require or prefer you to have experience working in Canada.  Lack of local market experience can pose a challenge for newcomers, but … Continue reading


4. Job Finding Techniques

  • Job finding techniques
    Getting the Job

    The career opportunities for professional engineers in Canada vary according to your area of practice, the industries in which you wish to work and the province where you plan to settle. We have prepared a Pre-Arrival Checklist of valuable information … Continue reading


5. Associations

  • Associations
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    The engineering associations in Canada listed below provide additional information about licensure and certification and offer a variety of professional development, education and networking opportunities.   We have prepared a Pre-Arrival Checklist of valuable information that will make arriving in Canada … Continue reading


6. Employment

  • Employment
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    Finding a job in Canada may be different than in your home country and you may need help finding job vacancies, updating your resume, writing cover letters, preparing for interviews, and understanding what Canadian employers are looking for. We have … Continue reading