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Drafting technologists and technicians (2253)

Description

Drafting technologists and technicians prepare engineering designs, drawings and related technical information, in multidisciplinary engineering teams or in support of engineers, architects or industrial designers, or they may work independently. They are employed by consulting and construction companies, utility, resource and manufacturing companies, all levels of government and by a wide range of other establishments.
Skill Level B
Skill Type 2

Other titles

  • aeronautical draftsperson
  • air conditioning systems draftsperson
  • architectural draftsperson
  • CAD (computer-aided design) specialist - drafting
  • CAD (computer-aided design) technologist
  • CAD (computer-assisted drafting)
  • CAD (computer-assisted drafting) draftsman - printed circuit boards
  • CAD (computer-assisted drafting) draftsperson - printed circuit boards
  • CAD (computer-assisted drafting) draftswoman - printed circuit boards
  • CAD (computer-assisted drafting) technician
  • CAD operator
  • checker, drafting
  • chief draftsperson
  • civil draftsperson
  • commercial draftsperson
  • computer-aided design (CAD) specialist - drafting
  • computer-aided design (CAD) technologist
  • computer-aided drafting (CAD) technician
  • computer-assisted design and drafting technologist
  • computer-assisted drafting (CAD) technician
  • computer-assisted electromechanical design draftsperson
  • design and drafting technologist
  • design checker, drafting
  • design draftsperson
  • design technician, drafting
  • design technologist - drafting
  • detail draftsperson
  • detailer
  • detailer - structural steel drafter
  • drafter
  • drafting checker
  • drafting clerk
  • drafting supervisor
  • drafting technician
  • drafting technician, design
  • drafting technologist
  • drafting tracer
  • draftsman
  • draftsman - computer-assisted design
  • draftsman hull - shipbuilding and repair
  • draftsman/woman
  • draftsperson
  • draftsperson - computer-assisted design
  • draftsperson hull - shipbuilding and repair
  • draftsperson, air conditioning systems
  • draftsperson, architectural
  • draftsperson, civil
  • draftsperson, electrical
  • draftsperson, process piping
  • draftspersons supervisor
  • draftswoman
  • draftswoman - computer-assisted design
  • draftswoman hull - shipbuilding and repair
  • electrical drafting supervisor
  • electrical draftsperson
  • electromechanical draftsperson
  • electronic draftsperson
  • engineering design and drafting technologist
  • engineering draftsperson
  • general draftsperson
  • geological draftsperson
  • geophysical draftsperson
  • group leader, drafting
  • heating and ventilation systems draftsperson
  • heating systems draftsperson
  • hull draftsman - shipbuilding and repair
  • hull draftsperson - shipbuilding and repair
  • hull draftswoman - shipbuilding and repair
  • hydraulic machinery draftsperson
  • illustrator, technical - drafting
  • marine drafting supervisor
  • marine draftsperson, electrical
  • mechanical building draftsperson
  • mechanical design draftsperson
  • mechanical draftsperson
  • mine draftsperson
  • municipal draftsperson
  • optical draftsperson
  • petroleum exploration draftsperson
  • piping draftsperson
  • process piping draftsperson
  • refrigeration systems draftsperson
  • ship detail draftsperson
  • shipbuilding draftsperson
  • steel detailer - drafting
  • steel frame draftsman
  • steel frame draftsman/woman
  • steel frame draftsperson
  • steel frame draftswoman
  • structural draftsperson
  • structural steel detailer
  • structural steel drafter-detailer
  • structural steel draftsperson
  • supervisor, drafting
  • supervisor, drafting office
  • survey draftsperson
  • technical illustrator - drafting
  • technologist, CAD (computer-aided design)
  • technologist, computer-aided design (CAD)
  • tool checker - drafting
  • tool design draftsperson
  • tracer, drafting

2 Confirm the occupational regulations

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Regulations and laws

Regulations and laws governing specific occupations are fixed by provincial and territorial governments around specific occupations.


Applied science or engineering technicians and technologists are regulated everywhere in Canada except Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. This means that to use one of the reserved titles, you are required to be registered with a provincial regulatory authority to be authorized to practise as a technician or technologist anywhere in Canada, except in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

Note that the use of one of the reserved titles is not required in order to practise in Canada, and therefore, certification is voluntary.

The following titles are used in the regulations governing these occupations:
  • Applied science technologist (A.Sc.T./AScT);
  • Certified computer information technologist (CCIT);
  • Certified engineering technologist (C.E.T./CET);
  • Certified technician (CTech);
  • Professional technologist (PTech);
  • Professional technician (P.T.);
  • Registered engineering technologist (RET);
  • Technologue professionnel (TP).

Regulated Non-regulated
Mandatory certification, licence, or registration Voluntary certification, licence, or registration No certification, licence, or registration exists
Exclusive right to practise Reserved title Available None
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Northwest Territories
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon

Definition

Regulated occupation

An occupation controlled by provincial and territorial (and sometimes federal) law, and governed by a regulatory body. About 20 per cent of jobs are in regulated occupations. These include regulated professions (e.g., nursing) and skilled trades (e.g., plumbing).

The law requires you to obtain a certificate, licence, or registration to use the reserved title for the occupation or obtain the exclusive right to practise the occupation. These regulations are intended to protect the health and safety of Canadians by ensuring that professionals meet the required standards of practice and competency.

There are two types of regulation:

  • Exclusive right to practise: A profession whose members are the only ones who can engage in the profession’s activities and use the title allowed them by law. The law defines, among other things, the professional activities strictly reserved for the members of each regulatory body.
  • Reserved title: A profession where only members of a regulatory body can make use of specific titles and abbreviations allowed them by law. Individuals who are not members of that regulatory body may practise the occupation, but they may not use any of these titles or allow others to believe (by using a similar title or abbreviation) they are members of a regulatory body.
Non-regulated occupation:  

A profession or trade for which there is no legal requirement or restriction on practice with regard to licences, certificates, or registration.

  • Voluntary certification, licence, or registration: The province or territory in which voluntary certification, licensing, or registration is available but not required by law..
  • • No certification, licence, or registration exists

3 Learn about credential assessment and recognition

It is strongly recommended that you gather all supporting documents and arrange for them to be sent while you are still in the country in which they were issued. It is very important to submit documents for assessment following the specific process required by the provincial/territorial regulatory authority (see list below). This will greatly facilitate the assessment and recognition process.

Use the tabs below to find information on credential assessment and any mobility agreements in place.

Occupational assessment

Provincial/territorial professional regulatory authorities are responsible for:
  • assessing your qualifications; and
  • issuing the voluntary certification.
  • For information on the documents that you must submit to be authorized to use one of the reserved titles, contact the professional regulatory authority in the province or territory you wish to work in.

Note that certification is optional (voluntary) if you do not use one of the reserved titles; however, certification may be required by some employers in Canada.

Internationally trained technicians and technologists

  • The Canadian Technology Immigration Network1 (CTIN) provides assistance to technically trained immigrants, prior and after their arrival in Canada, to help increase their chances of employment in their field of qualification.
  • The International Qualifications Data Base1 (IQDB) is a database of applied science and engineering technology programs in over 70 countries that have been assessed against Canadian academic criteria. You may use this resource to find out if the international program you have graduated from has already been assessed.
  • You can also perform an initial self-assessment1 to see how your skills, knowledge, and qualifications match Canadian requirements for certification.

1Provincial/territorial regulatory authorities are not bound by the candidate's results using these various tools, although they take them directly/indirectly into consideration when assessing candidates for certification purposes.

Immigration

Immigration to Canada

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the department responsible for immigration to Canada.


Eligible occupation under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) - Express Entry

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is an immigration program administered by IRCC. This occupation is on the list of eligible occupations for IRCC’s FSWP.

If you intend to immigrate to Canada under the FSWP and obtained your academic credentials outside Canada, one of the requirements is to obtain an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) for immigration purposes.1 For more detailed information on IRCC's requirements for this immigration program, visit their Web site.



1. A requirement for immigration purposes ONLY

It is important to note that obtaining an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is a requirement for immigration purposes only.

It is separate from the process of obtaining a licence to practise from the relevant regulatory authority.

Obtaining a licence to practise is not required to apply to IRCC's FSWP.

Additional information

Whether or not you obtain certification and/or licensure to pursue work in your occupation, if you later choose to pursue work in a non-regulated occupation, employers may request that you provide them with a formal assessment of your academic credentials.

Before undertaking an academic credential assessment for general purposes, it is extremely important to verify that the employer requires and will accept an assessment report issued by one of the six members of the Alliance of Credential Evaluation Services of Canada (ACESC).

If so, contact one of the academic credential assessment services below to obtain detailed information on:
  • application forms;
  • how to submit your international academic credentials for assessment;
  • timelines and fees for obtaining an academic credential assessment report.

An academic credential assessment for general purposes can take between several weeks to several months to obtain. It is strongly recommended that you begin this process prior to your arrival in Canada.

Although assessment services offer expert advice on how qualifications obtained outside Canada compare with those obtained in Canada, their assessments are advisory only. In Canada, they do not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for:
  • admission at an educational institution;
  • certification, licensing, or registration in an occupation; and/or
  • general employment.

All six members of the Alliance adhere to the Pan-Canadian Quality Assurance Framework for the Assessment of International Academic Credentials, and their assessments are used by many organizations. For more information on the Alliance, please visit its Web site, or use the information below to connect directly with its members.

Alberta

International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
9th floor, 9942 108 Street Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J5 Canada
Telephone : (+1) 780-427-2655
Fax : (+1) 780-422-9734

British Columbia

International Credential Evaluation Service (ICES)
3700 Willingdon Avenue Burnaby, British Columbia V5G 3H2 Canada
icesinfo@bcit.ca
Telephone : (+1) 604-432-8800
Fax : (+1) 604-435-7033

Northwest Territories

International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
9th floor, 9942 108 Street Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J5 Canada
Telephone : (+1) 780-427-2655
Fax : (+1) 780-422-9734

Ontario

World Education Services - Canada (WES)
1400 - 2 Carlton Street Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3 Canada
contactca@wes.org
Telephone : (+1) 416-972-0070
Fax : (+1) 416-972-9004
Comparative Education Service (CES)
162 St. George Street, University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies Toronto, Ontario M5S 2V8 Canada
ces.info@utoronto.ca
Telephone : (+1) 416-978-0393
Fax : (+1) 416-978-2185
International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS)
102 - 100 Stone Road West Guelph, Ontario N1G 5L3 Canada
info@icascanada.ca
Telephone : (+1) 519-763-7282
Fax : (+1) 519-763-6964

Quebec

Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l'Inclusion du Québec (MIDI)
Direction de l'enregistrement et de l'évaluation comparative (DEÉC), 285 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, 4e étage Montréal, Quebec H2Y 1T8 Canada
Telephone : (+1) 514-864-9191

Saskatchewan

International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
9th floor, 9942 108 Street Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J5 Canada
Telephone : (+1) 780-427-2655
Fax : (+1) 780-422-9734

Mobility

International mobility

Find out more about international mobility and MRAs.

This occupation has one or more international mutual recognition agreement(s):

Financial assistance

Internationally trained professionals may have access to financial assistance to complete the assessment process that will allow them to work in their intended occupations. These micro-loan programs are offered to citizens or permanent residents of Canada who were trained outside Canada and do not have sufficient credit history to borrow from a Canadian financial institution.

To learn about participating provinces and territories, and determine your eligibility, use the information below to find an organization close to you offering micro loans.

Immigrant Access Fund (IAF)
45, 9912 - 106 Street
Edmonton Alberta
T5K 1C5 Canada

2A – 511 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
S7K 1X5 Canada

800 – 1240 Bay Street
Toronto Ontario
M5R 2A7 Canada

45, 9912 - 106 Street
Edmonton Alberta
T5K 1C5 Canada

2A – 511 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
S7K 1X5 Canada

800 – 1240 Bay Street
Toronto Ontario
M5R 2A7 Canada

45, 9912 - 106 Street
Edmonton Alberta
T5K 1C5 Canada

2A – 511 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
S7K 1X5 Canada

800 – 1240 Bay Street
Toronto Ontario
M5R 2A7 Canada

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. - Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Loan Project
238 - 8131 Westminster Hwy
Richmond British Columbia
V6X 1A7 Canada

SEED Winnipeg Inc. - Recognition Counts! Micro Loans for Skilled Immigrants
80 Salter Street
Winnipeg Manitoba
R2W 4J6 Canada

Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)
2120 - 6960 Mumford Road
Halifax Nova Scotia
B3L 4P1 Canada

WIL Employment Connections - Internationally Trained Workers
141 Dundas Street, 4th Floor
London Ontario
N6A 1G3 Canada

Canada Microcredit Educators Group - Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Pilot Project
420 University Ave, Suite 200, P.O. Box 1551
Charlottetown Prince Edward Island
C1A 7Z5 Canada

Association Communautaire d'Emprunt de Montréal - Loans For Foreign Credential Recognition
319 - 3680 rue Jeanne Mance
Montreal Quebec
H2X 2K5 Canada

Alberta

Immigrant Access Fund (IAF)
45, 9912 - 106 Street
Edmonton Alberta
T5K 1C5 Canada

2A – 511 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
S7K 1X5 Canada

800 – 1240 Bay Street
Toronto Ontario
M5R 2A7 Canada

British Columbia

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. - Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Loan Project
238 - 8131 Westminster Hwy
Richmond British Columbia
V6X 1A7 Canada

Manitoba

SEED Winnipeg Inc. - Recognition Counts! Micro Loans for Skilled Immigrants
80 Salter Street
Winnipeg Manitoba
R2W 4J6 Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador

AXIS Career Services, Association for New Canadians
A/S Association for New Canadians, 10 Smithville Crescent, P.O.Box 2031, Stn. C
St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador
A1C 5R6 Canada

Nova Scotia

Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)
2120 - 6960 Mumford Road
Halifax Nova Scotia
B3L 4P1 Canada

Ontario

Immigrant Access Fund (IAF)
45, 9912 - 106 Street
Edmonton Alberta
T5K 1C5 Canada

2A – 511 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
S7K 1X5 Canada

800 – 1240 Bay Street
Toronto Ontario
M5R 2A7 Canada

WIL Employment Connections - Internationally Trained Workers
141 Dundas Street, 4th Floor
London Ontario
N6A 1G3 Canada

Ottawa Community Loan Fund (OCLF)
80 Aberdeen Street
Ottawa Ontario
K1S 5R5 Canada

Prince Edward Island

Canada Microcredit Educators Group - Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Pilot Project
420 University Ave, Suite 200, P.O. Box 1551
Charlottetown Prince Edward Island
C1A 7Z5 Canada

Quebec

Association Communautaire d'Emprunt de Montréal - Loans For Foreign Credential Recognition
319 - 3680 rue Jeanne Mance
Montreal Quebec
H2X 2K5 Canada

Saskatchewan

Immigrant Access Fund (IAF)
45, 9912 - 106 Street
Edmonton Alberta
T5K 1C5 Canada

2A – 511 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
S7K 1X5 Canada

800 – 1240 Bay Street
Toronto Ontario
M5R 2A7 Canada

4 Contact the regulatory authority

The regulatory authority sets the requirements for certification, licensing, or registration to work in regulated occupations. It is responsible for defining the assessment process described above and for the ultimate recognition of your professional qualifications.

In addition to an assessment of your academic and professional qualifications, you may also have to complete other requirements to obtain a licence to practise or certificate of qualification. These could include:
  • examinations to test your knowledge and competencies;
  • proof of language proficiency;
  • criminal record check;
  • Canadian work placement or practicum;
  • reference check or proof of professional standing;
  • orientation course or bridging program; and/or
  • additional academic or professional requirements.

Use the information below to contact the regulatory authority in the province or territory in which you wish settle. It can provide detailed information on the requirements to obtain a licence to practise.

Canada

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NT - Northwest Territory

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NU - Nunavut

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YK - Yukon

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5 Contact professional associations

Membership-based organizations provide services to paying members, but you are not required by law to join them. They provide services that may include voluntary certification, publications, professional networking opportunities, continuing education programs, and advocacy.

AB - Alberta

Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta

Email: asetadmin@aset.ab.ca
Telephone: (+1) 780-425-0626
Fax: (+1) 780-424-5053

Address(es)

1600, 9888 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5J 5C6 Canada

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BC - British Columbia

Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia

Email: techinfo@asttbc.org
Telephone: (+1) 604-585-2788
Fax: (+1) 604-585-2790

Address(es)

10767 - 148th Street Surrey, British Columbia V3R 0S4 Canada

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MB - Manitoba

Certified Technicians and Technologists Association of Manitoba, Inc.

Email: admin@cttam.com
Telephone: (+1) 204-784-1088
Fax: (+1) 204-784-1084

Address(es)

602 - 1661 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3T7 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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NB - New Brunswick

New Brunswick Society of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

Email: nbscett@nbscett.nb.ca
Telephone: (+1) 506-454-6124
Fax: (+1) 506-452-7076

Address(es)

12B - 102 Main Street Fredericton, New Brunswick E3A 9N6 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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NL - Newfoundland and Labrador

Association of Engineering Technicians and Technologists of Newfoundland & Labrador

Email: aettnl@aettnl.com
Telephone: (+1) 709-747-2868
Fax: (+1) 709-747-2869

Address(es)

161 Glencoe Drive, Unit #3, Second Level, Donovan’s Industrial Park Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador A1N 4S7 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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NS - Nova Scotia

Society of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists of Nova Scotia

Email: info@technova.ca
Telephone: (+1) 902-463-3236
Fax: (+1) 902-465-7567

Address(es)

308 - 202 Brownlow Avenue Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1T5 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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NT - Northwest Territory

For this jurisdiction, we do not have information on the existence of an organization. To update the information of this profile, please contact us.

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NU - Nunavut

For this jurisdiction, we do not have information on the existence of an organization. To update the information of this profile, please contact us.

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ON - Ontario

Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

Email: info@oacett.org
Telephone: (+1) 416-621-9621
Fax: (+1) 416-621-8694

Address(es)

404 - 10 Four Seasons Place Toronto, Ontario M9B 6H7 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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PE - Prince Edward Island

Island Technology Professionals

Email: registrar@techpei.ca
Telephone: (+1) 902-892-8324
Fax: (+1) 902-566-9214

Address(es)

92 Queen Street, P.O. Box 1436 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 7N1 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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QC - Quebec

Ordre des technologues professionnels du Québec

Email: info@otpq.qc.ca
Telephone: (+1) 514-845-3247
Fax: (+1) 514-845-3643

Address(es)

505 - 606 rue Cathcart Montréal, Quebec H3B 1K9 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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SK - Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians

Email: info@sastt.ca
Telephone: (+1) 306-721-6633
Fax: (+1) 306-721-0112

Address(es)

363 Park Street Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 5B2 Canada
Associated profession(s)

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YK - Yukon

For this jurisdiction, we do not have information on the existence of an organization. To update the information of this profile, please contact us.

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6 Get information on the labour market and employment search

You will find the names of the ministries/departments responsible for the labour market in Canada listed below.

Canada

Employment and Social Development Canada

Address(es)

140 Promenade du Portage Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0J9 Canada

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AB - Alberta

Alberta Ministry of Labour

Telephone: (+1) 780‑427‑3731

Address(es)

10800 - 97 Avenue, 131 Legislature Building Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2B6 Canada

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BC - British Columbia

British Columbia Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training

Telephone: (+1) 250-952-0103
Fax: (+1) 250-356-1195

Address(es)

P.O. Box 9846 Stn Prov Govt Victoria, British Columbia V8W 9T2 Canada

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MB - Manitoba

Manitoba Growth, Enterprise and Trade

Email: lmi@gov.mb.ca
Telephone: (+1) 204-945-2475
Fax: (+1) 204-945-3977

Address(es)

1000 - 259 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3P4 Canada

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NB - New Brunswick

New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour

Email: dpetlinfo@gnb.ca
Telephone: (+1) 506-453-2597
Fax: (+1) 506-453-3618

Address(es)

Chestnut Complex, P.O. Box 6000 Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5H1 Canada

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NL - Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour

Email: aesl@gov.nl.ca
Telephone: (+1) 709-729-2480
Fax: (+1) 709-729-6996

Address(es)

P.O. Box 8700, Confederation Building St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador A1B 4J6 Canada

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NS - Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education

Telephone: (+1) 902-424-2203
Fax: (+1) 902-424-0575

Address(es)

P.O. Box 697, 5151 Terminal Road Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2T8 Canada

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NT - Northwest Territory

Northwest Territories Department of Education, Culture and Employment

Email: ecepublicaffairs@gov.nt.ca
Telephone: (+1) 867-920-6222
Fax: (+1) 867-873-0155

Address(es)

P.O. Box 1320, Public Affairs Yellowknife, Northwest Territories X1A 2L9 Canada

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NU - Nunavut

Nunavut Department of Education

Email: info.edu@gov.nu.ca
Telephone: (+1) 867-975-5600
Fax: (+1) 867-975-5635

Address(es)

P.O. Box 1000, Station 900 Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0 Canada

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ON - Ontario

Ontario Ministry of Labour

Telephone: (+1) 416-326-7160

Address(es)

14th Floor, 400 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario M7A 1L7 Canada

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PE - Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Department of Workforce and Advanced Learning

Telephone: (+1) 902-368-4670
Fax: (+1) 902-368-6144

Address(es)

176 Great George Street, P.O. Box 2000, 2nd floor, Atlantic Technology Centre Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 4K9 Canada

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QC - Quebec

Ministère du Travail, de l'Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale du Québec, Emploi-Québec

Telephone: (+1) 514-873-4000

Address(es)

800, Tour de la Place Victoria, 27e étage, C.P. 100 Montréal, Quebec H4Z 1B7 Canada

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SK - Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Ministry of Economy

Telephone: (+1) 306-787-0804
Fax: (+1) 306-798-2009

Address(es)

300 - 2103 - 11th Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3Z8 Canada

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YK - Yukon

Yukon Department of Education

Email: contact.education@gov.yk.ca
Telephone: (+1) 867-667-5141
Fax: (+1) 867-393-6254

Address(es)

Box 2703 Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6 Canada

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