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I think you have chosen the correct pathway. The aerospace industry in Canada is a multi-billion dollar industry exposed to the global market and growth influences. Overseas engineers often need a professional engineering license registration, that needs 3-4 years of supervised work and an exam in the end. Confederation college Advanced Diploma is a three year course. Scout out if you can emigrate with your present qualification for employment and do part time studies, if not pursue your degree and then look for a job.
1. there seems to be a demand for aeroscape engineers (http://www.immigration.ca/aerospace-engineers/( A Private site about aerospace jobs related migration). It's NOT a government site, please be cautious.
2.This website gives you a detailed summary of the aircraft related engineering jobs, the credentials, the different subclasses of jobs, the registration etc for immigrants. http://pwp.vpl.ca/siic/guides/aircraft-maintenance-engineers-technicians/