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I am new to canada (actually came here just last week ) . I am looking a software engineer and have good experience working[like 3 years in US] with MS Sql server and Java .Does anybody know how job search works here ? i mean are they any job sites where you upload your resume [like Dice,Indeed] ? or are they any well known technical recruiters here ? Any advice is greatly appreciated
 
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I live in Canada. But sorry, I can't tell you anything about how to look for jobs in Canada because I'm a lifer where I work. But perhaps a dumb question: Are you legally entitled to work in Canada?
 
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I live in Canada. But sorry, I can't tell you anything about how to look for jobs in Canada because I'm a lifer where I work. But perhaps a dumb question: Are you legally entitled to work in Canada?


Yes Sir, I am a Canadian Permanent Resident[ Like Green Card in US of A]
 
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Yup. Well, as I said I don't know much about job-hunting. I know that www.monster.ca exists and there's a good chance that ".ca" versions of other US sites exist too. But beyond that, I wish you luck.
 
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Canada's a big country. Where are you looking?

Canada's Job Bank may be useful for finding open postings.
 
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As someone in Canada, I'd look hard at Toronto. They seem to need coders of all shapes and stripes there.
 
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