Originally Posted by Suzzanah
. Finally, there are several Canadian titles open. Perhaps Prince Harry should apply for a job on this side of the planet!
I don't know what you mean. The government of Canada officially opposes the awarding of peerages, baronetcies and knighthoods to Canadian citizens (exceptions are made only rarely for dual British/Canadian citizens). Accordingly, despite being a constitutional monarchy, Canada doesn’t have the equivalent to a “titled nobility” as in Europe.
Canada recognizes, however, several orders of merit, which include both orders in the personal gift of the Sovereign that are also awarded in the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries like the Order of Merit and the Royal Victorian Order, and other novel national Canadian orders created by Letters Patent of the Queen of Canada, e.g. the Order of Canada, the Order of Military Merit, and the Order of Merit of the Police Forces. In the case of British or Commonwealth orders, however, only grades that do not confer knighthood may be awarded in Canada and, likewise, no national Canadian order confers knighthood.
I don't understand either what "jobs" you have in mind for Harry in Canada. The Queen's chief representative in Canada at the national level is the Governor General. Harry is unlikely to receive a royal commission for that office though as he is not a Canadian citizen.