Moving2Canada.com founder, Ruairi Spillane, will be in Australia in January, where he’ll be presenting a free information seminar in Perth about immigrating to Canada.
Moving2Canada operates a free information website and recruitment agency for construction and engineering. Since 2011, Ruairi and his team have been providing free information resources to people planning their move to Canada, and they established a recruitment agency focusing on the construction and engineering sectors.
A dramatic slowdown in resource projects in Australia will see lots of international workers return home or look to the Middle East and Canada for future work. With a sharp decrease in the price of commodities and much of Australia’s LNG infrastructure projects nearing completion, there will be large numbers of workers reviewing their options in 2016.
A large proportion of these workers may have to leave Western Australia as the economy tightens under a massive budget deficit. Those who want to continue working shift rotations on mega industrial projects will have to look beyond Australia. With Western Canada expected to begin a LNG boom in 2016, it will become a prime target for construction workers with industrial experience. Similar to Australia, this LNG boom is expected to last 5-10 years as 3-4 mega LNG plants will be constructed.
Outlook for 2016 in Canada
Canada has also had a difficult 2015 with a slowdown in mining and oil and gas projects having an impact on funding for other public and private construction projects across the country. Canada continues to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, which has softened the impact of this industrial slowdown. Construction markets and employment opportunities have remained strong in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary. In Alberta, the oil industry is expected to struggle well into 2016 as Canada’s comes to terms with $35 oil.
There is light at the end of the tunnel for Canada with strong construction markets in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto, a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry set to move forward and an increased spending in infrastructure projects across the country.
Come join Ruairi Spillane for a free information session if you are curious to learn more about opportunities in Canada.
Where: Irish Club of WA, Subiaco, Perth
When: 7 – 9pm, Monday, January 11th 2016
- How do I get a visa?
- What location should I choose?
- How do I find work?
- Outlook for construction projects including the major cities and industrial projects (LNG, Upstream Oil & Gas, Mining)
There will be a Q & A session after a brief presentation.
Limited space available. All attendees must register via this Eventbrite link.
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