August 07, 2008 13:44 ET

DiversityCareers.ca Reaches New Immigrants as They Arrive

As DiversityCareers.ca turns up trumps, yet another privilege of partnering with a remarkable magazine for new immigrants - "Canadian Newcomer Magazine".

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 7, 2008) - DiversityCareers.ca, Canada's one-stop-diversity job site specializing on diversity employment and career development and Canadian Newcomer Magazine, Canada's how-to magazine for new immigrants, are pleased to announce their partnership.

DiversityCareers.ca employment website provides job postings and connects skilled immigrants/newcomers in Canada, visible minorities, women in the workplace, aboriginals, people with disabilities, mature workers (45+), Canadians and LGBT to employers who promote employment equity and diversity in the workplace. The job board has thousands of job opportunities from different industries across Canada (i.e. Accounting and Finance, Office Administration, Sales, Customer Service, Retail, Marketing, Manufacturing, Arts & Media, Information Technology, Healthcare, Hospitality, Human Resources, Engineering) and the service is free for jobseekers, for more info visit www.DiversityCareers.ca

Canadian Newcomer Magazine is one of the best sources of information for new immigrants needing to settle and integrate quickly in Canada - providing insights into the Canadian system, lifestyle and workplace, as well as guiding immigrants to all the resources they need to find housing, training, cultural resources - and of course - suitable employment. This information is free and available in both of Canada's official languages - in the magazine itself, which is distributed throughout Ontario - and in the online version at www.cnmag.ca, which gives readers access to almost every story to appear in the publication, plus regularly updated news and events for new immigrants and links to all the best resources.

CNMag publisher Dale Sproule said, "DiversityCareers.ca is the perfect partner for us, providing as it does an actual engine through which our magazine's readers can find the jobs they need, and we can provide users of their website with information about every other aspect of their new lives in Canada."

Sproule is the co-author (with Efim Cheinis) of How to Find a Job in Canada from Oxford University Press and he will be providing his insights on job hunting to job hunters through DiversityCareers.ca through regular columns in their monthly newsletter.

Karl Espiritu, founder and Director of DiversityCareers.ca said, "We recognize that DiversityCareers.ca could not exist apart from the larger diversity audience who are the newcomers in Canada. With this partnership of DiversityCareers.ca and Canadian Newcomer Magazine, who share our commitment to diversity and inclusion, we are strengthening our capacity for the future; there will be more windows of opportunities and channels to discover."

"We continually strive to find the most excellent partners for our customers and CNMag is definitely no exception. By constantly improving and learning from others, we create better resources for jobseekers."

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