Employability

Employability measures can help you gain work experience that will lead you to a permanent job.Whether you plan to work within or outside your community, whether it’s your first’s job or not, know that many resources are available to accompany you on your path to success.

Job Creation Initiative

    • A wage subsidy is available to help you gain work experience through personal and professional development (Job Creation Partnerships).
      Feel free to put us in touch with a potential employer so that we can discuss it further with them.
    • Financial assistance is available to help you obtain on-the-job training in order to qualify for long-term employment (targeted wage subsidy).
      Feel free to put us in touch with a potential employer so that we can discuss further with them.
    • We can help you keep your job with one-time financial assistance to provide you the necessary tools; a driver’s license, transportation or childcare expenses (Job Retention Assistance Measures).

 Student Employment

Giving students the opportunity to develop workplace skills is relevant to their field of study.
https://www.canada.ca/en/services/jobs/opportunities/student.html

Assistance to Self-Employed Workers

In collaboration with the FNQLEDC, we offer support for entrepreneurship training, support for the business plan and financial support to start a business.
http://cdepnql.org/index_eng.aspx

http://cdepnql.org/pdf/toolkit_women_entrepreneurs_eng.pdf