People are getting back to work right across the country now and numbers show it. Unemployment in Canada has dropped from a record high and almost one million jobs were added in June. Every single province saw increases in employment but the most were in Ontario and Quebec.\nStatistics Canada has released the latest Labour Force Survey results for June and it's pretty positive stuff!\nEditor's Choice: Second Cup Just Became A Weed Store In Ontario & More Are Coming\nThere was an initial recovery of employment in May but it really took off during the following month.\nIn June, 953,000 jobs were added to the labour market in Canada and they were almost evenly split between full-time and part-time work.\nThough the increase in part-time jobs was a 17.9% increase from the previous month while full-time was only 3.5%.\nThis comes as provinces move through stages of reopening, restrictions are eased and businesses ramp up services.\nAll of these jobs have led to a decline in the unemployment rate to 12.3% for the month.\nThat's after a record high rate of 13.7% was experienced back in May.\nAll major demographic groups in the country saw a decline. However, the unemployment rate is still higher for women with 12.7% than it is for men with 12.1%.\nAs #COVID19 restrictions continue to ease, what is the state of the Canadian #LabourMarket? In June, the number of workers affected by the #COVID19 economic shutdown was 3.1 million—a 43% reduction since April. https://t.co/9xPOvtUDL3 #CdnEcon pic.twitter.com/mxgdACO5rJ— Statistics Canada (@StatCan_eng) July 10, 2020\nOntario saw the biggest gains in June with nearly 378,000 jobs added during the month. That's the first increase the province has seen since the shutdown.\nIn Quebec, the hardest-hit province in the country, employment increased by almost 248,000 jobs.\nThen in B.C., there were 118,000 jobs added which is a big increase from just 43,000 in May.\nSaskatchewan and Manitoba saw increases of around 30,000 while Alberta saw nearly 92,000 jobs added in June.\nView this post on Instagram I should have picked something that didn't have so many sharp teeth 😫 adding a dinosaur to a hiring sign seemed like a good idea though 🤗 #hiringsign #chalkart #dinosaur #dinosaurs #springtime A post shared by Kirsten (@lilmoose113) on Apr 14, 2018 at 12:36pm PDT\nNew Brunswick has seen employment go back to 97.1% of its pre-pandemic levels which is the most complete recovery of all the provinces according to StatCan.\nThe other Atlantic provinces also saw increases.\nStill, employment declined in all three territories in June.\nIf you're looking for work, there are lots of jobs out there.\nAmazon is hiring in Ontario and Alberta, while Purolator is hiring across the country.\nEven the Canadian Security Intelligence Service is looking to hire people.\nThere's also the Canada Summer Jobs program that has thousands of job openings all over the country.