The job gains come on the heels of January when 22,000 jobs were lost.
In the past 12 months, the Canadian economy has added 336,000 jobs, a 1.9 percent gain, "predominantly in full-time work," the monthly report said.
The average number of hours worked in the previous 12 months also rose 1.7 percent, a 0.2 percentage point increase from January.
The data agency said there was little change in the month among workers less than 55 years old or among those who are self-employed.
Most of the new jobs were in service-oriented work, the agency said.
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