Moving to a new community can present new challenges, including finding a school, navigating the healthcare system and landing a job. The resources below will help you prepare for your move and make your transition easier.
RNIPP (Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Project)
Timmins was selected as one of 11 communities across Canada to participate in RNIPP. The Timmins pilot is spearheaded by the Timmins Economic Development Corporation and the numerous partners involved in the Timmins Employer Council. All program questions and inquiries should be sent to the Employer Council.
Applicants must secure full-time permanent employment in Timmins. Visit Jobs in Timmins to find a position that meets your skills, experience and education. Applicants must provide the RNIPP Offer of Employment Formsigned by the employer to proceed to the next steps.
All employers are eligible as long at the offered position falls within the following sectors: healthcare, social work & counselling, all trades (licensed or unlicensed), business administration, and information technology. Some opportunities exist beyond these sectors and will be considered in a case by case scenario.
Applications will be accepted starting January 1, 2020. Please continue to monitor this page for application details and forms.
For additional IRCC program details visit, click here.