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Job ads are shared on social media

Supported languages

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Jobs.ca is a Canadian job posting platform that has several mirror sites that are divided up by industry and sector, affording the benefits of niche websites coordinated through one central portal. Employers only need one account to post jobs on several different boards. The cost per post is the same across the network of sites.

The individual mirror sites allow employers to reach specific, well-defined target audiences. All Jobs.ca sites are available in English and French and have a “careers” section that provides job seekers access to free tools and resources.


  • A selection of niche job boards is conveniently accessible through one central portal.
  • Employers need only one account.
  • The price per posting is consistent across all mirror sites.
  • Job seekers can browse jobs by location, category, or employer.
  • All sites are available in French and English.
  • Job ads are distributed via email and on social media.
  • Employer branding features include banner ads and company logos.
  • Job postings on employers' career pages can be syndicated to relevant Jobs.ca job boards with the pay-per-click plan.


  • The job site does not offer an applicant tracking system or a searchable resume database.
  • There are no free job posting options.


We were unable to find any online reviews of Jobs.ca.




1 job posting


3 job postings


5 job postings


10 job postings


25 job postings


50 job postings


100 job postings



C$0.35 /click.

Add-On: Featured Posting for 5 Days


Add-On: Duplicate Your Posting

C$125.00 /site.

Add-On: Back on Top of the List


*Prices exclude tax.

How to Post a Job on Jobs.ca:

325.00 CAD
10 Minutes
How to Post a Job on Jobs.ca:

Seven easy steps for posting a job on Jobs.ca.


Posting a job on Jobs.ca.


Click on "Post a Job."

Click on "Post a Job."

Navigate to the Jobs.ca home page and click on "Post a Job."


Select a job posting plan.

Select a job posting plan.

Scroll down and review the job posting packages. Select the "Buy" or "Subscribe" button beneath the plan you want to purchase.

For this step-by-step posting guide, we selected the "1 posting" option.


Create an account.

Create an account.

Complete the signup form with your details and a password of your choice. Then, click on "Next."

Add your company address and click on "Save."


Select a niche site.

Select a niche site.

Select a niche site on which you want to post your job ad by clicking on "+ Details" next to the relevant option and choosing at least one expertise.


Create your job post.

Create your job post.

Complete the online form with details about your job, including a job description, and select an application method. Then, click on "Next step."

You can create your job post in both English and French or select only one language.

Use our job posting template to help structure your job ad.


Select add-ons.

Select add-ons.

Review the optional add-ons and select any that may suit your hiring needs and budget. Then, click on "Next step."


Make the payment.

Make the payment.

Review your order and click on "Checkout" to proceed to the payment page and complete the purchase.

Jobs.ca vs. Indeed:

Indeed is not only more affordable than Jobs.ca but also offers a wide array of useful tools and features to help employers streamline their recruitment efforts. It is, however, a general job board and while job seekers can browse by category it does not deliver the specific, well-defined audiences niche job boards offer.

Jobs.ca vs. Job Bank:

Unlike Jobs.ca, Job Bank is completely free but not as easy to use as employers must be verified after registering before they can post jobs. Both sites are available in English and French. While Jobs.ca attracts very specific candidate pools with its niche sites, Job Bank provides a wider range of resources for both employers and job seekers.

Jobs.ca vs. Eluta.ca:

Compared to Jobs.ca, Eluta.ca is the more affordable and low effort option, as the site actively aggregates job postings from company websites. Jobs.ca does, however, offer greater value in terms of the target audiences it can offer with its niche job boards.

Key Information

Legal Name

jobWings.com Careers Inc.


Manuel Francisci

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2001


4020 Rue St-Ambroise, Ste. 495, Montréal, QC H4C 2C7




1 (888) 562-9464




What is Jobs.ca?

Jobs.ca is a Canadian career website with a network of niche job boards. Each niche job board attracts a specific candidate pool which employers can access through one central portal — Jobs.ca.

What does it cost to post a job on Jobs.ca?

Jobs.ca's pricing ranges from C$325.00 for a single job posting to C$22,700.00 for 100 job postings. All prices exclude tax.

How do I create a Jobs.ca account?

  1. Navigate to Jobs.ca.
  2. Click on "Post a Job."
  3. Click on "Post a job."
  4. Enter your information and click on "Next" to register as an employer.

How can I edit a Jobs.ca job posting?

To edit your Jobs.ca job postings, you can log in to your account and select the ad you want to modify. Changes can be saved, but editing a posting will not reset your 30-day limit.

How can I delete a Jobs.ca job posting?

All Jobs.ca job postings will expire after 30 days unless they are renewed. If you wish to remove a posting before the 30-day period is up, you can log in to your account, open the posting, and then click on "Delete."

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