Work - General
Floods in British Columbia
If you’re directly affected by the floods, you may be able to
- get free replacement of documents that are lost, damaged, destroyed or inaccessible due to the floods
- ask for urgent processing and a refund for an application you’ve submitted because of the floods
- change, extend or restore your status, including
- pausing your studies if your school is in the flood area
- changing your employer if your workplace is affected by the floods
- What is considered work?
- What do I need to work in Canada?
- How can I find out about jobs in Canada?
- What is a Labour Market Impact Assessment?
- I have received a Canadian job offer. What documents do I need from my future employer?
- Does my work permit allow me to work for any employer in Canada?
- Where do I find out if the employer who offered me a job is an eligible employer?
- What happens if I want to work for an ineligible employer?
- How long can I work in Canada as a temporary worker?
- Can I work remotely during a quarantine period if I’m working temporarily in Canada?
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