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A photo of the welcome sign placed on the exterior of the Canine Campus. It reads: “Welcome & Bienvenue” with the CNIB Guide Dogs logo in the middle of the sign.

Why choose CNIB?

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At CNIB, we’re on a mission to change what it is to be blind, and we’re inviting you to be part of the conversation. Our diversity is our strength – we take pride in our commitment to upholding the values of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility. 

Our team’s health and wellness is a top priority, which is why we offer comprehensive benefits (including a pension), competitive compensation, and flexible work arrangements. At CNIB, we are relentlessly passionate about what we do. 

We are a collaborative, empowered team that drives achievement and equality while boosting participation in the world of work and unleashing the power of technology. If that sounds like your cup of tea, let’s talk.

What it’s like to work with CNIB Guide Dogs

Ben kneeling beside a kennel next to a future CNIB Guide Dog inside the Canine Campus.“CNIB Guide Dogs has pulled together an incredible group of experienced individuals who I continue to learn from and enjoy working with each day. Every success along the way is acknowledged and celebrated in some way and it is very rewarding to be a part of.” 

-Ben Francis 
Guide Dog Mobility Instructor 
CNIB Guide Dogs




: Andrea holding Dunbar, a future CNIB Guide Dog, while smiling for the camera.“One of the best parts of the job is seeing these puppies progress from puppies to these amazing working guide dogs. It’s so rewarding to know that I have a small part in changing someone’s life for the better. Every day is a new experience since every dog is different and it keeps me on my toes. I love a good challenge. I get to work with puppies and amazing volunteers who put their heart & soul into raising these future guide dogs. I have so much pride when the puppy raisers can see their dogs graduate and know their hard work was worth it.”

-Andrea Critch 
Program Lead, Puppy Raising Supervisor
CNIB Guide Dogs


Kezia kneeling in the grass next to a future CNIB Guide Dog, smiling for the camera with a gorgeous cityscape in the background.“What I love most about my job is contributing to a program that helps to change the lives of people living with sight loss – and educating the community about guide dogs and overall canine wellness.”

-Kezia Gray 
Puppy Raising Supervisor
CNIB Guide Dogs



Tracy holding Jenny, a future CNIB Guide Dog.“I enjoy witnessing the transformation of individuals who are getting out more and doing things they would have never thought possible. I also enjoy working with our talented team towards a common goal. As a handler to Marion, a CNIB Guide Dog, I can speak openly and honestly about our program. I’ve had two other guide dogs, and my CNIB Guide Dog is exceptional.”

-Tracy Garbutt 
Program Lead, Stakeholder Relations and Community Engagement 
CNIB Guide Dogs