Plenty of Canadians are probably looking for a way to keep making money. Luckily, despite the global pandemic, there are still opportunities out there. Amazon Canada is currently hiring for over 5,000 positions across the country.\nThese jobs are available in the company's warehouse and delivery networks, which have become more important than ever during this time.\nThe majority of the jobs are available in Ontario, with an additional 800 positions available in both Alberta and British Columbia.\nThe majority of positions available are for full-time warehouse associates, including some seasonal jobs, and pay $16.70 an hour (with an hourly bonus for night shifts).\nWarehouse staff get orders ready, load them into trucks for delivery, and stock inventory.\nAmazon will even pay for the safety footwear required to work in these positions.\nWhile the job can be physically strenuous, the company has its staff do daily stretches to get warmed up before a shift.\nIf you want to do something more advanced in the warehouses, you can also receive training for operating powered industrial equipment.\nAnyone interested in a job as a delivery driver can apply through Amazon's Delivery Service Partners' website.\nThese positions pay $16.50 an hour, and often entail four to five 10-hour days a week.\nThe Amazon Canada team is proud to partner with the Government of Canada by leveraging our fulfillment network and delivery service partners to ship critical supplies to front-line medical professionals across the country. https://t.co/Trk0YnNPF2— Amazon.ca (@amazonca) April 3, 2020\nWhile the company had previously introduced financial incentives for its workers during the pandemic, it said that it would be ending those after May, according to the Canadian Press via CTV News.\nThe company will, however, be doubling its overtime pay.\nView this post on Instagram Cuteness overload 😍 🐶 I 📸 : @thatdoodsquad A post shared by Amazon (@amazon) on Feb 23, 2020 at 8:40am PST\nAmazon has been a large part of Canada's COVID-19 efforts. In April, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the government would be partnering with the company in order to use their distribution network for delivering much-needed PPE.\nFor students and Canadian youth who are also looking for jobs, the Canada Summer Jobs Program officially started on May 15, with thousands of postings already going up.\n*Cover photo used for illustrative purposes.