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Old Jul 1st 2007, 4:50 am
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I am currently recruiting for a company called Global Career Connections. There is a serious shortage of skilled trades men and women in Canada. Our company is recruiting tradespeople to come in and help fill this void. Our focus for recruitment is British Columbia, so if you are interested in moving to BC (most jobs are in the Vancouver area), and if you are a qualified trades person in any of the following categories, please contact me at [email protected] for more information:

- Electrician
- Carpenter
- Plumber
- Bricklayer
- Crane Operator
- Mechanic

I personally came to Canada from Edinburgh and lived in Dublin before then. The climate for immigration is much better than when I came. I highly recommend Canada (especially Beautiful British Columbia) as an amazing place to live. If you have any questions related to the above, or just about BC in general, please feel free to drop me a line.

Cheers,

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Old Jul 1st 2007, 5:18 pm
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Dear sir
is this job available for all aplicant around the world
i'am an electrician technician
thank you
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Old Jul 2nd 2007, 6:56 pm
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Unfortunately you must be a fully qualified electrician in your home country to qualify for any of the electrician jobs. This would mean for example, having a City and Guilds qualification in the UK. City and guilds qualification works easiest in terms of cross over, but there are other countries that work as well such as places in eastern europe (poland, ukraine etc..). Unfortunately it would be very difficult to bring an electronics technician over as this is not recognized as a trade in Canada.
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Old Jul 2nd 2007, 7:00 pm
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Dear sir
is this job available for all aplicant around the world
i'am an electrician technician
thank you
i sent you a pm
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Old Jul 4th 2007, 1:26 pm
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Hi,

Is there much call for refrigeration engineers or Project managers?
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Old Jul 4th 2007, 8:08 pm
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I'm a plumber interested in moving to Canada. tried the e-mail it don't work
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Old Jul 5th 2007, 9:34 pm
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Hi,

I am an electrician from London UK, can you provide a web address & correct e-mail

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Old Jul 6th 2007, 11:42 am
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Originally Posted by kildare View Post
I am currently recruiting for a company called Global Career Connections. There is a serious shortage of skilled trades men and women in Canada. Our company is recruiting tradespeople to come in and help fill this void. Our focus for recruitment is British Columbia, so if you are interested in moving to BC (most jobs are in the Vancouver area), and if you are a qualified trades person in any of the following categories, please contact me at [email protected] for more information:

- Electrician
- Carpenter
- Plumber
- Bricklayer
- Crane Operator
- Mechanic

I personally came to Canada from Edinburgh and lived in Dublin before then. The climate for immigration is much better than when I came. I highly recommend Canada (especially Beautiful British Columbia) as an amazing place to live. If you have any questions related to the above, or just about BC in general, please feel free to drop me a line.

Cheers,

Stephen
Hi i am a number 1 printer with 15 years experience running presses from single colour heidleberg gto,s to sm 102 10 colour with cutstar that i am currently running.I also have skills in ordering print supplies,pre press,print finishing,liasing with customers and supervisation in the press room area.I am currently living and working in the uk but am looking into relocating to canada with my family,could you please tell me if there is any demand for printers and what are my chances thankyou very much for any advise
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Old Jul 11th 2007, 3:48 am
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Hi,

Is there much call for refrigeration engineers or Project managers?
Yes, refrigeration engineers are in demand. Send me your resume and I will let you know what we at GCC can do for you. [email protected]
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Old Jul 11th 2007, 3:51 am
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I'm a plumber interested in moving to Canada. tried the e-mail it don't work
Email should work ... I'm getting all my other emails - [email protected]
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Old Jul 11th 2007, 3:52 am
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Hi,

I am an electrician from London UK, can you provide a web address & correct e-mail

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Hi,

Email address is [email protected].
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Old Jul 11th 2007, 3:54 am
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Originally Posted by lousco View Post
Hi i am a number 1 printer with 15 years experience running presses from single colour heidleberg gto,s to sm 102 10 colour with cutstar that i am currently running.I also have skills in ordering print supplies,pre press,print finishing,liasing with customers and supervisation in the press room area.I am currently living and working in the uk but am looking into relocating to canada with my family,could you please tell me if there is any demand for printers and what are my chances thankyou very much for any advise
Mr Scott Burton
To be honest Scott I really do not know what the market is for printers. I dealo specifically with the construction trades.
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Old Jul 12th 2007, 3:29 pm
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Hi Stephen

My husband is a Bricklayer - what would be involved in the process. We are Irish and currently living in Ireland.

Thanks
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Old Jul 26th 2007, 3:10 am
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Hi Stephen

My husband is a Bricklayer - what would be involved in the process. We are Irish and currently living in Ireland.

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Sorry Sarah I really don't check on here all that much. The PNP process is fairly straight forward. If your husband was to send me his cv, I would be able to determine if I thought I would be able to help you.

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Old Aug 7th 2007, 11:16 am
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Kildare,
Will the City & Guilds be enough? Or must you be NVQ qualified also? And how much experience do you need?
ta!
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