Why Choose Us?

In today’s globalized economy, Canadian employers are increasingly looking beyond their borders to find the employees they need. CanExpress helps ensure that your organization is at the forefront in retaining the world’s best and brightest talent.

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What We Offer

At CanExpress, we specialize in finding international solutions to your labour needs. We assist in securing qualified foreign workers for employers across Canada.

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Safety Tips

It is important to exercise caution when searching for jobs on the internet. Here are a few tips to ensure that you stay safe while looking for employment: Learn to Detect Fraudulent Job Offers

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What are you looking for?

CanExpress has access to an unparalleled database of professionals from around the world. Tell us what you are looking for, and we will work with you to find the perfect match for your organization's needs

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One-stop-shop solution for your needs

We have established an exclusive partnership with a leading Canadian Immigration law firm. Through this partnership, clients will receive the legal assistance they need to bring new employees to Canada quickly and cost-efficiently. At every turn, we remain committed to providing our clients, both employers and foreign workers alike, with unparalleled professionalism and respect.

Recent News

Mar 2015
International Experience Canada Opens For Foreign Youth Seeking Work In Canada

IEC program can be pathway to permanent residence in Canada.

Feb 2015
Attention Employers: Changes Imminent For LMIA-Exempt Work Permits

Canadian employers seeking to hire foreign nationals under the International Mobility Program for job positions that are exempt from the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) process are now required to submit information about their business, including details of the offer of employment, and pay a fee to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

Nov 2014
Canada Aims To Attract Up To 285,000 New Immigrants In 2015

The 2015 immigration plan unveiled by the government of Canada sets a target of between 260,000 and 285,000 new permanent residents next year, an increase of about 20,000 people from the goal for 2014.