Even your spouse or domestic partner can apply for an open work permit if you're a student, which means that he or she can work for almost any employer in Canada as long as you're a full-time student. You can work if you study full time at a post-secondary institution and have found a part-time job on campus (such as in a bookstore or library). Depending on the job and the industrial sector, a positive LMIA must be issued before a TFW can apply for a temporary work permit. Read on to learn what jobs you'll need a work permit for and what jobs don't.
A temporary foreign worker is, as the name suggests, someone who comes to Canada to work for a short period of time.