How to decide when to update your education in Canada?

The big day is coming closer! You are getting ready to move to Canada. And you might have started your job search already.   While looking through different job postings, you will notice the educational requirements. You could start to have questions about how your … Read more

How to Promote Yourself to Employers

A piece of advice you will hear often when you job searching in Canada is to learn how to “sell” yourself, market yourself or promote yourself to employers. In the beginning, this could be an uncomfortable thing to do, as many people have the instinct … Read more

Cover letters can be tricky!

Cover letters can be tricky! Why do employers want them, what do you write, how do you put your skills and your desire to work there into words? The list of questions goes on. A cover letter is one of the important parts of your … Read more

Introducing: Job Search Strategies Express

SOPA has a few exciting things in store for our clients! We are happy to introduce Job Search Strategies Express, a shorter version of the original JSS. Express provides an opportunity for immigrants to get preliminary information about the job search process in Canada. JSS … Read more

New Year’s Eve in Canada

New Year’s Eve is here! There are many traditions all around the world for the holiday. Here is some information about New Year’s Eve in Canada. Canada, like many other countries, loves to celebrate the New Year. On New Year’s Eve, just as the clock … Read more

How To Use LinkedIn In Your Job Search

When you start your job search first thing you do is work on your resume. You think through details and make sure that it’s targeted to the job you are applying. However, employers now look beyond your resume and looking up or ask if you … Read more

Arrive Prepared for Winter in Canada

No matter where you live in Canada, it’s wise to be prepared for the winter. Here are our tips for staying warm, driving safely and having fun during the winter season in Canada. With the exception of parts of British Columbia, where it is worthwhile … Read more