There are various circumstances and criteria under which individuals may work in Canada without needing a work permit.

Eligibility to work in Canada without a work permit depends on factors such as:

– Country of citizenship
– Type of job
– Proposed work activity in Canada

While some individuals may be eligible to work in Canada without a work permit, they may still require a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to enter Canada.

Here are some scenarios where foreign nationals can work in Canada without a Canadian work permit:

– Judges, referees, subject matter experts, and similar officials
– Emergency service providers
– Business visitors (during exploratory visits)
– American cross-border maritime law enforcement officers
– Military personnel and related staff
– Public speakers and orators
– Foreign government officers
– Performing artists
– Investigators conducting aviation disasters, crimes, accidents, etc.
– Crew members
– In-flight security officers
– On-campus employment
– Civil aviation inspectors
– Athletes and team members
– News reporters and media personnel
– Convention organizers and coordinators
– Clergy persons
– Invigilators, examiners, and evaluators
– Expert witnesses
– Foreign representatives and their family members
– Healthcare students
– Individuals under implied status

Each situation may have specific requirements and conditions, and it’s essential to verify eligibility before engaging in work activities in Canada.

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