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Why Red Seal Trades Might Work For You

October 24th, 2013; By Mackenzie Wall

You may have heard the advice, “learn a trade – it’s an important skill to have.” That’s good advice: there will always be a need for carpenters, electricians, plumbers, mechanics, […]

I’m an Apprentice – How Do I Find an Employer?

October 18th, 2013; By CareersInTrades.ca

Finding an employer is the first and often most difficult step in an apprenticeship. If the employer you’re interested in approaching doesn’t employ apprentices, check out our list of resources […]

What Does an Environmental Engineer Do?

September 29th, 2013; By Gale Blaylock

Environmental engineers are the technical professionals who identify and design solutions for environmental problems. Environmental engineers provide safe drinking water, treat and properly dispose of wastes, maintain air quality, control […]

Career Profile: Marine Biologist

September 26th, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Every year, humpback whales travel 4000 kilometres from the ocean around Alaska and British Columbia to the water near Hawaii. Soon afterwards, they turn around and make the return journey. […]

STEM Jobs: Petroleum Engineer

September 24th, 2013; By Bel Harris

What is a Petroleum Engineer? Oil and gas are two of the most crucial energy resources we rely upon in the modern world. Oil and gas companies extract the deposits […]

Hairdressing – Beauty as a Trade

September 24th, 2013; By Kimberly Moreau

Hammer, screwdriver, wrench, scissors, shampoo, styling product – on the outside, a career in hairdressing shares little with a career in engineering or construction, yet they’re more similar than one […]

A Career as a City Planner

August 30th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

According to Wikipedia, city planning is a technical and political process concerned with the control of the use of land and design of the urban environment, including transportation networks, to […]