Our Partners in Diversity

To help our team learn more about DEl and connect with diverse, qualified candidates across Canada, here are some of the organizations/initiatives we've partnered with:

JVS Toronto

JVS Toronto plays a crucial part in Toronto and York Region by empowering job seekers to realize their potential and enabling employers to build the workforce they require.

Immigrant Services Society of BC

ISSofBC offers a supportive setting to meet the settlement, language training, and employment needs of newcomers arriving in Canada.

Connecture Canada

Connecture Canada promotes and develops open environments that encourage French-speaking immigrants and bilingual individuals to explore career opportunities.

The Career Foundation

The Career Foundation is a registered charity and non-profit organization that extends employment services to both job seekers and employers throughout the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).

Jobs Canada Fair

Jobs Canada Fair connects candidates and organizations looking for employment, education and training opportunities across Canada.


As a community-centric multicultural organization, COSTI offers employment, educational, settlement, and social services to immigrant communities, new Canadians, and anyone in need of aid.

CanDo Immigration Services

For over 35 years, Cando Canadian Immigration Services has been committed to providing high-quality services and handling all steps and procedures required for immigration to Canada.


WorldSkills arranges the global championships for vocational skills, which are hosted every two years in diverse regions of the world.

Centre Francophone

Centre Francophone du Grand Toronto is a non-profit entity that provides a range of services to the entire Francophone community, while adhering to the organization's mission, vision, and values.

ACCES Employment

ACCES Employment assists more than 40,000 job seekers annually, both online and at seven locations situated across the Greater Toronto Area.


The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion guides employers towards inclusion by tracking individuals' identification and demographic trends in the Canadian workplace.

For Job seekers

Newcomer Program

In 2017, our team set out to improve the lives of newcomers in a direct way–by offering paid internships in our company to help catapult them into the Canadian job market. Our  8-10-week paid program provides you with professional development, networking opportunities, job search support, and hands-on work experience.

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