SEARCH / METHODS IN CANADA
The advisable Internet sites are:
Job Bank - Where
do you live?
Newspaper "Help Wanted" Ads
Toile du Quebec (French only)
On these sites you will know the
job demand, their requirements, the salaries offered, specific necessary
knowledge, experience required, etc.
On the other
hand, researching on what the regions or provinces of Canada have the
higher demand for professionals in your field are, will also give you a sound idea on the
best place in Canada for you to live.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS IN CANADA
Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada (ACT)
An international association for the advancement of smart, optical,
capacitative and card technologies.
Telephone: (905) 420 3520
Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC)
Canada's national association for educational media and technology
professionals, providing national leadership through annual conferences,
publications, workshops, media festivals, and awards.
Association of Web Professionals
A not-for-profit association dedicated to enhancing the value and
credibility of Web professionals through on-going development and
communication of standards, a code of ethics and professional development.
Telephone: (905) 673 0003
Toll free telephone: 1 888 INFO-AWP (1 888 463-6297)
A national technology trade association with a commitment to members'
Telephone: (613) 236-6550
Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP)
Fostering the growth of a competitive Internet service industry in Canada
through collective and cooperative action on issues of mutual interest.
Telephone: 613 232-CAIP (2247)
Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE)
The national organization of the provincial and territorial associations
that govern the profession of engineering in Canada and license the nation's
152,000 professional engineers.
Telephone: (613) 232-2474
Canadian Information Processing Society
Canada's association of Information Technology professionals.
Telephone: (905) 602-1370
or (toll free) 1-877-ASK-CIPS (275-2477)
Canadian Interactive Digital Software Association
Providing a voice for the rapidly expanding Canadian interactive software
industry, including major Canadian video game manufacturers, software
developers, distributors and retailers.
Telephone: (416) 413-1218
Canadian Telecommunications Consultants Association (CTCA)
Canada's only professional association of independent telecommunications
consultants, ensuring competent, capable, knowledgeable, experienced and
ethical telecommunications consulting.
Telephone: (416) 495-7761
Toll free telephone: 1 800 463-2569
Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association
Effecting government policy and public opinion on behalf of the wireless
communications industry in Canada and fostering a positive economic
environment for the wireless industry.
Telephone: (613) 233-4888 ext. 111
Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
Provides a unified voice in the areas of public policy, workforce
development and electronic commerce standards for the computer hardware and
software manufacturing, sales, training and service industries.
Telephone: (905) 947-4263 Ext. 2087
Ensuring that the principles embodied in the Canadian Charter of Rights and
Freedoms remain protected as new computing, communications, and information
technologies are introduced into Canadian society.
Information Resource Management Association of Canada
A non-profit association of information management professionals, providing
a forum for exchange of information and ideas involving all aspects of data
administration and information resource management.
Telephone: (416) 289-7937
Information Technology Association of Canada
The voice of Canada's Information Technology industry, representing more
than 1,300 Canadian companies in the computing and telecom hardware,
software, services and electronic content sectors.
Telephone: (905) 602-8345
Interactive Multimedia Arts & Technologies Association (IMAT)
The voice of Canada's interactive New Media industry, fostering the growth
of the industry through lobbying activities that actively represent and
support producers and distributors of New Media.
Telephone: (416) 926-9301
The Software Human Resource Council (SHRC)
A non-profit council that provides labour market intelligence, life-long
career development and quality education and training for Canadians active
in software fields.
Creates an open environment that encourages women to explore opportunities
in technology and to build successful careers that will allow them to play a
positive role in the growth and development of the information age.
Telephone: (604) 605-8825
Calgary Council for Advanced Technology
Provides a forum to enhance technology awareness, business development and
networking for Calgary’s advanced technology community.
Telephone: (403) 282-4759
British Columbia Internet Association
A non-profit society representing the interests of the Internet industry in
Telephone: (604) 434-8254
British Columbia Technology Industries Association
The province's largest technology industry association composed of a broad
range of information technology companies and professionals.
Telephone: (604) 683-6159
Independent Computer Consultants Association of British Columbia
Offers members a full range of programs and benefits to meet their business
and professional development needs.
Telephone: (604) 734-2747
New Media BC
Representing companies in Canada's "Digital Rim" who create, design,
develop, and distribute new technology.
Telephone: (604) 739-9878
Okanagan High Technology Council
A team of community leaders from business, government, education, and R&D
institutions promoting the growth of the high technology industry in the
"Silicon Vineyard" - BC's Okanagan Valley.
A partnership of technology service companies, educational institutions, and
all levels of government working together to bring real enterprise to
Canada's Technology Triangle - Cambridge, Guelph, Kitchener, and Waterloo.
Telephone: (519) 888-9944
Developing the Ontario Information Technology industry to its potential via
representation to the provincial government and the sponsoring of
development programs for members.
Telephone: (905) 709-1602
Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT)
A non-profit, self-governing, professional association promoting the
interests of engineering and applied science technicians and technologists
in industry, educational institutions, the public and government.
Telephone: (416) 621-9621
Toronto's "technology Chamber of Commerce," promoting and developing the
Greater Toronto Area as a centre for information industries.
Telephone: (416) 926-8926
Toronto Internet Developers Association (TIDA)
An association dedicated to promoting the interests of professional Internet
developers in Toronto.
Le Centre de promotion du logiciel québécois (CPLQ)
Le plus important regroupement de producteurs de logiciels au Canada. Les
producteurs de logiciels québécois sont reconnus à l'échelle mondiale pour
la qualité et la flexibilité de leurs solutions.
Téléphone: (514) 874-2667
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