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Happy Labour Day

Happy Labour Day!

In Canada, we celebrate Labour Day on the first Monday in September. Labour Day is a national statutory holiday that was established in 1894. It originated with the first workers’ rallies of the Victorian era. Historically, workers marked the day with various activities, which included parades, speeches, games, amateur competitions, and picnics. The holiday promoted…

The Wellness Paradigm: Preventative Self-Care Techniques

Career Professionals of Canada is proud to be partnering once again with CERIC to deliver an outstanding webinar series. Join CPC members Wayne Pagani, Carol Brochu, and Michelle Precourt for The Wellness Paradigm: Preventative Self-Care Techniques to Help Career Professionals & Their Clients Succeed in the “New Normal”. Register now and don’t miss out on…

Be part of Virtual Cannexus21, Canada’s Career Development Conference!

Cannexus is going virtual for 2021 and registration is now open! Career Professionals of Canada is proud to be a supporting organization for Canada’s bilingual Career Development Conference and encourage you to take advantage of the Gratitude rate by September 9, 2020. Members of supporting organizations receive an additional 25% off and pay only $214…
Father's Day

Happy Father’s Day!

Father’s Day in Canada occurs on the third Sunday of June. It is not a statutory holiday (federal or provincial), but it is a special day where the focus is on showing appreciation for our fathers and those who represent father figures to us. On Father’s Day, we recognize and honour fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers, fathers-in-law, and other fathers…
Image of Canadian flag created with fireworks

Happy Victoria Day!

Victoria Day is a Canadian holiday celebrated on the Monday preceeding May 25 in every province and territory. It honours the birthday of Queen Victoria, who was born on May 24, 1819. In Quebec, this holiday is called “National Patriotes Day” (Journée nationale des patriotes). Enjoy this long-weekend in May. It’s the unofficial start of the…
Boy holding wrapped gift for Mom

Happy Mothers Day!

Mother’s Day in Canada occurs every year on the second Sunday of May. It is not a statutory holiday (federal or provincial), but it is a day specially designated for us to show appreciation for our mothers. On Mother’s Day, we celebrate and honour motherhood by showing gratitude for our mothers and others who represent mother figures…