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    Does the prospect of working in a downtown Toronto office tower or remote Alberta ski resort sound fun to you? Interested in adding Canadian work experience to your resume?
    Good news—it may be easier than you think. You’ve probably heard that getting a work visa is complicated, especially if you’re young and don’t have much experience. Well, allow us to introduce you to International Experience Canada (IEC), a program that gives 18-to-35-year-old travellers the opportunity to work in Canada for a certain period of time. Citizens from a number of countries are eligible and the process is fairly straightforward.
    If you’re completely new to the IEC program, learn more here. If you’re (almost) ready to become an IEC candidate, well, you’re in the right place!
    The main purpose of this guide is to give you a complete overview of the IEC work permit application process and help you through it—we’ve even included screenshots to explain every single step.
    This guide tackles the three IEC categories—Working-Holiday, Young Professionals and International Co-op Internship. The general process is quite similar and we give you heads-up when something applies to one category but not the others (e.g. supporting documents to provide, etc.).


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