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lobster farms

OFWs earn $2,000 a month working at lobster farms in Canada

The chase for the Canadian dream continues, with Filipinos moving to Canada to work at lobster farms in Prince Edward Island. CBC News reported that Canadian employers in...
job in Canada from the philippines

How to get a job in Canada from the Philippines (updated for 2018)

Looking for a job in Canada for foreign workers? The Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) allows Canadian employers to hire foreign workers to fill positions on a temporary...
mushroom pickers

Philippine Consulate General Toronto: No mushroom picker jobs in Canada

The Philippine Consulate General in Toronto, which has jurisdiction over the provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick as well as Newfoundland and...
how to apply as a Caregiver in Canada from the Philippines

How to apply as a Caregiver in Canada from the Philippines

Canada's Caregiver Program has been around in one form or another for a very long time. It's a stream (think of it like a sub-category) of the...

Philippine Ambassador to Canada talks OFW concerns with Canadian officials

The Philippine Ambassador to Canada recently paid a visit to Canada's Parliamentary Secretary for Consular Affairs to talk about OFW concerns. Her Excellency, Petronila Garcia, Ambassador Extraordinary and...
mushroom picker jobs in canada

Philippine Embassy: No mushroom picker jobs in Canada

TLDR There are no mushroom picker jobs in Canada. After news broke out on the internet saying that OFWs could go to Canada to work as mushroom...
Equal pay for equal work

Ontario first in North America to enact Equal Pay for Equal Work legislation

Equal pay for equal work rules are now in effect for the province of Ontario. On April 1, the Ontario Government required that all part-time employees receive...

Do you want to work in Canada?

"Work in Canada" is definitely the most searched inquiry at FilipinosInCanada.com. Before even looking for employment opportunities abroad, it might be a good idea to learn how it all...

No more application fees for Caregivers in Canada

Canadian employers looking to hire Caregivers for their children or family members with disabilities will now be exempt from paying the application fee of CAD$1,000. The Government of...
caregiver backlog

Thousands of OFWs still waiting for PR in Caregiver backlog

Caregiver dependents continue to wait for approval from Government of Canada Thousands of Filipinos affected by Caregiver backlog Caregiver advocates in Canada continue to clamour for the Government of...

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