I hate to be the one to break it to you but CCs do not exist in Canada, they have 1 or 2 (very new) 4-year Colleges (like Quest in BC) but 99% of higher Ed in Canada grants Masters and Ph.Ds. Since you do not have a Ph.D. it will be very hard for you to get in the system. I am Canadian and moved to the US because I want to do more teaching and do less research. I am a T-T biology associate faculty member at a CC. I was the only one with a Ph.D. in a pool of 50 + applicants: guess who got the job... There are more of us (recent graduates) out there and CCs are starting to get more picky, it is not a "buyer's market" anymore. At least not in Biology. Hopefully it is different in your field.
Best of luck in your search.
Sorry, you are wrong there. Quest is not a college, it is a (private) university. Community Colleges do exist in Canada, though they often go by names like X college or X Institute, or X Institute of Technology. For example, there is Mohawk College in Hamilton and Brantford, Loyalist College in Belleville, Camosun College in Victoria, College of New Caledonia in Northern BC, SAIT and NAIT in Alberta, Wascana Institute in Saskatchewan, Kelsey Institute in Saskatchewan. I could go on. These are all Higher education institutions that do not grant 4 year degrees, though some offer 2 years of a program that is then accepted at universities.
It is no wonder you left Canada if you didn't know all this!