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March 2017

www.hireimmigrants.ca

June 2015

LMI Press Release, June 8th 2015

May TIP:

GIAG's Employers Breakfast Meeting

please click on the following pic for more information, and to register.

 


March TIP:

Please take 30 seconds to answer our short survey consisting of only 3 questions. Your input regrding hiring newcomers is greatly appreciated.

Hiring Newcomers



Here's March's newsletter! Enjoy!

 

Rural Economic Summit of Ontario


FEBRUARY TIP:

AKWESASNE JOB FAIR

 


JANUARY TIP:

INTERNATIONAL SPORT DAY 2014!!!
co-sponsored by: 
scm  
                                                                 

WILL IT BE SOCCER OR CRICKET? ~ HAVE YOUR SAY!! 

SOCCER OR CRICKET

Check out our most recent news video!

For more information, please have a look at the following Media Release, by clicking here!

 


 

DECEMBER TIPS:

MY VOICE COUNTS!

 

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY CONVERSATIONS

 

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013, 7:30 p.m.

 

at Knox-St. Paul’s United Church (upper hall)

800 12th Street East, Cornwall, Ontario

 

www.knoxstpauls.ca

 

We are celebrating the rights of everyone to have their voices heard

and to be included in political decision-making:

 

women,

youth,

ethnic minorities,

religious minorities,

the bereaved,

persons with disabilities,

those with mental health challenges,

the home-bound and shut-in,

those with developmental challenges,

indigenous people,

the poor

members of the LGBTQ community

 

Articles 19 to 21

of the U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights

 

 

 

 

Come and join us at the Multicultural Bazaar this Saturday December 7th at the Cornwall Civic Complex!!!. Bring your family and friends and have some fun! 

  


NOVEMBER TIP:


OCTOBER TIP:

For the past six months, The Local Immigration Partnership of SDG PR has been working alongside Fishrizzo Productions, to create two 4 to 6 minute videos (one French, one English). They were created to promote Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Prescott / Russell (SDG PR) to newcomers in order to attract them to our communities.
 
This video is meant to be distributed so please know that we will be forwarding you the video links and we hope that you will share it on all of your social media outlets. Our wish is that these videos will be seen all over the world. Please see the links below.

MOVING: Newcomers at home in SDG PR


SEPTEMBER TIP:

Our video to attract newcomers to SDG PR has finally been completed and Local Immigration Partnership of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott / Russell will be launching it sometime in October. Please call the office at 613.932.0210 to obtain further information.


 

AUGUST TIP:

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FUND - A win / win situation!

Are you unemployed and between the ages of 15 and 29? 

OR 

Are you an employer looking for hiring incentive funding?

Read on for amazing opportunities!!!

http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/employmentontario/youthfund/


Check out the attached pamphlet chock full of information to help newcomers adjust to Canadian workplace culture. (to come)


JULY TIP:

VOLUNTEER WORK can help you get a job! Here are some of the benefits of doing volunteer work:

  • Work experience
  • A reference
  • Networking opportunities
  • A foot in the door
  • Enhance your skills
  • Helps your community
  • Makes you feel good about yourself

Check here for volunteer work in SDG PR

http://www.volunteercornwall.ca/

http://www.servcompr.com/benevoles-eng.html


EXPANSION AT OLYMEL TO CREATE FIFTY NEW JOBS

Get the whole story and how to apply by following the privided link:
http://www.choosecornwall.ca/eng/news/647/57/Olymel-Announces-Major-Expansion-of-Cornwall-Plant/


JOBS!!!

There are a number of jobs currently available in the SDG PR area. Please have a look at the following website for opportunities!
http://www.choosecornwall.ca/eng/work-in-cornwall/employment-opportunities/ 

JUNE TIP:

CONTEST!!! CROSSING ALL BORDERS!! 

June 27th is Multiculturalism Day, in Canada. In honour of this event, we have organized an awesome contest! Please see details by clicking on the following link:
 http://www.5eo.ca/_uploads/media/4uwigamne.pdf


Chris Francis and Sarala Gill: Two wonderful, deserving ladies.
http://www.cornwallseawaynews.com/News/2013-06-07/article-3271466/Local-women-feted-for-years-of-service-to-Cornwall-area-newcomers/1  


Check us out in this year's edition of Cornwall Living magazine! Order your copy today! http://www.choosecornwall.ca/eng/news/629/57/New-Edition-of-Cornwall-Living-Magazine-Hits-the-Streets/ 


MAY TIP:

Canada’s new and improved Federal Skilled Worker Program opening to applicants

Ottawa, May 3, 2013 — Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will be accepting applications to the new and improved Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) as of May 4, 2013.

“The government’s number one priority remains jobs, economic growth and long-term prosperity,” said Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney. “Our changes ensure not only that Canada can select the immigrants most needed by our economy, but that they are best positioned for success.”

Improvements to the FSWP points grid are based on a large body of research, which has consistently shown that language proficiency and youth are two of the most important factors in the economic success of immigrants. The FSWP has been modernized as a result of thorough research, an extensive program evaluation, stakeholder and public consultations, and a study of best practices in other countries.  

The goal of the updated selection criteria is to improve economic outcomes by selecting immigrants who will be able to integrate more rapidly and successfully into Canada’s economy.

The changes will also support Canada’s Economic Action Plan 2013 by building a fast and flexible immigration system whose primary focus is meeting Canada’s economic and labour market needs. Among these changes is the introduction of the Educational Credential Assessment, so that foreign credentials are evaluated based on their true value in Canada, thereby ensuring that newcomers can make an informed decision before immigrating.

In order to prevent ballooning backlogs and lengthy wait times, there is a list of occupations with a set number of applications that will be accepted this year.

Previously, the application backlog for the FSWP was on track for an unacceptable 15-year wait time by 2015 with over 1.5 million applicants in the backlog.

As a result of the Action Plan for Faster Immigration and Economic Action Plan 2012, the backlog for the FSWP has been nearly eliminated, and new applications are being processed in approximately one year.

Full details and new FSWP application kits will be available on CIC’s website later today in time for the May 4 launch of the Program.



APRIL TIP:

BIG NEWS!!! 

11 Points Logistics

Eleven Points Logistics Job Fair

Friday April 26th from 12-8pm
1501 Industrial Park Drive
Cornwall, ON

They are currently seeking talented and dedicated Warehouse Associates and Material Handling Equipment Operators.

So come on down with your resume in hand, meet our amazing team and learn more about Eleven Points Logistics!

APRIL TIP 2:

Helping Immigrants Integrate and Succeed

Vancouver, April 2, 2013 — A new, more comprehensive guide and a new web tool to help newcomers settle and integrate in Canada were unveiled today by Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney. 

Read the story: 
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/releases/2013/2013-04-02.asp?utm_source=bitly-eng&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=generic

View the guide:
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/pdf/pub/welcome.pdf


MARCH TIP:

Atelka Opens Call Centre in Cornwall

By Bob Peters
March 21, 2013
 

Atelka Opens Call Centre in Cornwall
Cornwall Ontario -
Atelka celebrated the launch of its first site in the Province of Ontario.  At full capacity, this new call centre will employ over 300 customer service and technical support agents.

Atelka is located at 10 Tollgate Road East in a modern 33,750 sq.ft. building in the centre of the city.

“Atelka is the largest independent call centre business in Canada, and we are particularly proud to establish operations in Ontario and contribute to the creation of 300 customer service and technical support agent jobs in Cornwall, a city recognized for the quality of its workforce,” said Michael Vineberg, Chief Executive Officer.

The company held two job fairs in February 2013 and opens today with 155 full time employees. The company continues to recruit new employees as it pursues new business to be serviced by the Cornwall team.

"We are pleased to welcome Atelka to Cornwall and to celebrate with them as they officially open their first Ontario location," said Mayor Bob Kilger. "We wish them many years of success and look forward to helping the company grow and prosper."

The company is actively recruiting for new employees.

About Atelka

Founded in 2003 by two Montreal entrepreneurs, Atelka is a Canadian company offering businesses a complete line of business process outsourcing (BPO) services. Ranked as the 7th fastest growing company in Quebec by Les Affaires,  Atelka is also the largest independent call centre company in Canada employing over 2000 people across 7 sites in Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and PEI. Atelka’s business solutions are bilingual and are delivered across multipleclient-contact platforms. Please visit www.atelka.com for more information.


JOB FAIR!!

Employment Services Canada will be hosting a job fair, March 2nd and March 9th from 9am - 4pm
Free for all job-seekers.
For more information, please visit the following website: http://www.csepr.ca/foire-emploi

 


FEBRUARY TIP:

ATELKA CORNWALL JOB FAIR

ATELKA will be opening a new contact centre on Tollgate Road (Previous Teleperformance site). They are hiring several call centre agents. They offer competitive benefits, nice work environment and paid trainng. Come and meet them at their Job Fair on Feb 6 and Feb 13, from 5pm - 9pm at the Civic Complex.

Don't forget your CV!


JANUARY TIP:

BE A STAR!! Looking for newcomer stories for our video!

Are you a newcomer with a positive story to tell, regarding your personal journey? Are you a business owner, employee or student? We are looking for newcomers to participate in a video to encourage our area’s (Stormont Dundas Glengarry Prescott Russell) current and soon-to-be newcomers.

This video will be a series of interviews, showcasing newcomer Stars. These Stars are individuals who have demonstrated excellence, by starting their own businesses, gaining employment, basically establishing themselves within the community.

Taping for this video will begin sometime in February 2013. A brief orientation will be held on Saturday January 26th, 2013 at 10:30am, in the lower level at 55 Water Street West. If you are interested in participating and would like to confirm your attendance, or would like further information, please call us at 613.932.0210 or email us at sarahm@eotb-cfeo.on.ca.

JANUARY TIP 2:

Eleven Points Logistics Career Opportunities