Participating Employers

  • City of Kingston
  • Pure Ingenuity
  • KCCU
  • ESG Solutions
  • Transformix Engineering
  • Professional Soccer
  • Youth Diversion Program
  • Altair Electronics
  • McCoy Bus Service and Tours
  • Aztech Associates Inc.
  • Ainley
  • Limestone Community Education
  • Bibles for Missions
  • Learning Lab
  • Colbourne and Kembel
  • TV Cogeco
  • Confederation Place
  • MetalCraft Marine
  • Home Depot
  • Canadian Tire
  • Greer Galloway
  • Providence Care
  • Value Village
  • Tierney, Simpson & Prytula
  • Covidien

Program Information

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Welcome to CanPlace – Connecting Canadian Workplaces with International Talent

CanPlace is dedicated to the idea that Canada succeeds when all those who want to work and who have the skills to make a contribution, are given a chance. It is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration and supported by organizations prepared to provide newcomers to Canada with opportunities to participate in a Canadian workplace.

CanPlace originates in Kingston and is a project developed by Limestone Community Education to enhance its Specialized Language Training projects and support participating students.

We thank you for visiting and hope you take a minute or two to explore and take note of the organizations that are already participating. We also hope you will ask yourself the question: Could my organization be a CanPlace?

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CanPlace is a Specialized Language Training research and innovation pilot project focused on developing employer partnerships and on acknowledging the employer and newcomer successes that result.


Limestone Community Education

Limestone Community Education is a department of the Limestone District School Board. Its mandate is to create academic and workforce training that meets the needs of diverse client groups.

Limestone Community Education


The Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration provides Specialized Language Training offering immigrants the opportunity to strengthen their language skills so they can get jobs that reflect their qualifications or function more effectively in jobs they currently have. The views expressed in the publication are the views of the Recipient and do not necessarily reflect those of the Province.