There are many online sites where you can find job openings, and you will probably want to use a number of them. Most will allow you to save your searches and receive job alerts by email or RSS feed. When searching for postings, use the Advanced Search options for the best results. Advanced Search lets you tailor your search by combining keywords and choosing options such as location, industry, job title, full-time or part-time. Each site has slightly different features so it is worth spending some time to find which are the best for you.
Here are some suggested Canadian online job boards:
General - all types of jobs
Worxica tracks Canadian job market trends by collecting and analyzing information from millions of Canadian job ads found online in the past year. Worxica answers questions like: How many job postings were advertised in the past year in your selected occupation, in your region(*) ? Who was hiring? What skills and certifications did they require? How much did they pay? How does your region compare to the rest of your province / territory? If you are a job seeker or a student, you can find the skills and certifications local employers require in your selected occupation: Adding them to your resume will improve your chances of getting hired. You can also identify local employers who have been looking for people with your skills, then look to connect with them: There is a good chance that they will be hiring again in the future. Information about recently advertised salaries can help you negotiate your compensation with your boss or future employer.
Current job openings across Canada "Advanced Search" lets you narrow results according to full-time or part-time; employment length; language requirements; and include or exclude government jobs and placement agencies
An advanced blind recruitment model that can effectively and efficiently job-match people with opportunities. A collaborative hub of post-secondary institutions, not-for-profits, government, labour, and industry partners to address unemployment and under-employment of Canadians.
These meta search sites gather job postings from other job boards, newspaper sites, and industry and company career pages, letting you search a large number of postings at once.
LinkedInJobs Also connects with LinkedIn Salary, a detailed breakdown of salaries by job title and location.
Jooble jooble.org can be searched locally or anywhere in Canada. This site is particularly good for jobs in Quebec.
Jobs by Location
Peter’s New Jobs An Ottawa-based boutique job search service that tracks organization, corporate, educational, government and recruiter career pages. Subscribe for Ottawa and / or Toronto. Subscription rates listed (e.g., Ottawa 3 months $22).
Jobboom Focus is on jobs in Quebec, including the Gatineau region.
Craigslist Employers can post here for free, so it can be a good source of service jobs or jobs with small companies. However, be sure to read their Scam Alert information before applying.
Local Work Find jobs across Canada by city or postal code area.
Career Beacon Jobs in Atlantic Canada.
Jobs by Sector
HubStuff Talent For freelance jobs around the world.
LinkedIn Profinder Your LinkedIn profile is searchable by sector, by companies hiring freelancers.
Freelance Writer Resources Job boards for freelance writers.
Public Service Jobs How to find and apply for a job in the federal public service, with information on career opportunities.
Ontario Public Service Careers Job openings in the Ontario public service
City of Ottawa Jobs Job openings with the City of Ottawa
Work in Ottawa Technology job openings in the Ottawa area
Discover Technata High-tech jobs in Kanata North
Accounting, Banking, Financial, Insurance
Media and Journalism, Communications
Charity Village Career Centre Job opportunities in the nonprofit sector. Listings for across Canada, with some international positions included.
Good Work Environmental jobs in Canada.
Idealist Jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities in Canada and abroad.
Bmeaningful Jobs in non-profits, foundations, B Corps and government.
Connect Nonprofit Jobs Run by the Ontario Nonprofit Network
Job Bank Advanced Search Specify Education level and Employment Group to search student jobs across Canada.
Youth Canada Link to Jobs and Internships and other federal government programs.
Parks Canada Student Jobs Summer jobs.
Young Canada Works Canadian Heritage summer jobs and internships for students and recent graduates.
Parliament of Canada Youth Employment Programs Opportunities for young Canadians to work on Parliament Hill.
Federal Student Work Experience Program Work experience for full-time students, related to their field of study.
Federal Public Service Post-Secondary Recruitment Entry-level positions for university and college graduates.
Ontario Internship Program Internships with the Ontario Public Service, open to those who have graduated from a postsecondary institution within the past two years.
Career Owl Resources Links to websites in Canada with opportunites for youth, organized by industry.
Talent Egg For students and new graduates looking for meaningful entry level jobs, internships and summer jobs