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Canadian job portal dedicated to connecting Canadian companies with foreign workers

Montreal International in partnership with the Desjardins financial group, launched a new recruitment website to connect more foreign workers with hiring companies in the Montreal region.

The website,, launched the 22nd February 2021 already has over 250 listed Canadian job vacancies and has surpassed 10,000 foreign workers profiles.

What makes this job portal different for Canadian Employers?

Employers who list a vacancy on this site will automatically be connected to profiles that meet their hiring criteria. In addition to this, working with Montreal International can help speed up the immigration process of bringing the foreign worker into Canada to work.

What makes this job portal different for foreign workers?

Any company that has posted a job on is looking for a foreign worker to fill the position. This means that they are prepared to go through the sometimes lengthy immigration process to being a foreign worker to Canada.

Who can make a job seeker profile?

Anyone can make a job seeker profile although, Montréal International are currently targeting territories and markets around the world to identify areas with talent that is most likely to relocate to Montréal. These areas include Europe, Latin America, North Africa, and the United States, mainly in the IT (computer services and software), video game and AI sectors.

If this job portal for jobs across Canada?

This is an initiative of Montreal International, an organization mandated to attract direct foreign investment, international organizations, entrepreneurs, talented workers and international students to the Montreal region. As such, all job vacancies are located in the province of Quebec.

We developed an effective new tool to help companies in Greater Montréal with their ongoing recruitment efforts. It is an integral part of a new website that also presents key attraction factors of the city to top talent around the world. Our team can also provide employers with information on regulations in effect for obtaining a temporary work permit and support them in this process.”

Stéphane Paquet, President and CEO of Montréal International

Rebecca Major

Rebecca Major is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and Director of Operations at Canadim Law Firm. She has spent the last 11 years of her career helping thousands of people immigrate to Canada.

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