The agency's latest labor force survey country saw a rush last month of 49, 400 new positions in services industries, but an drop of 21, 000 jobs in the private sector.
Canada as a whole also saw a decrease in the employment rate, with the recorded number last month being 5.5 per cent compared to August, where the country had a 5.7 per cent rate.
"Hot dog. We're running out of superlatives to describe Canadian job market performance", TD senior economist James Marple said in an investors note, referring to the national numbers. In August, the unemployment rate was 8.6 per cent.
However, much of the employment growth was concentrated in Ontario, where employment rose by 41,000 in September - mostly in full-time work.
Average hourly wages, too, were up from where they were one year ago.
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"Canada's labour market has really been on a tear over the previous year - job growth has been very strong", said Josh Nye, senior economist with RBC Economics.
"Canada's labour market has really been on a tear over the past year - job growth has been very strong, so seeing that continue through the third quarter", said Josh Nye, senior economist with RBC Economics. More health-care sector and education workers drove overall job gains.
"Job growth has been chugging along at quite a pace, but it's not really reflected in the other economic data", said Doug Porter, chief economist at Bank of Montreal.
Over the past two months, 7,000 jobs have been created in London.
Employment was down by 2,400 jobs in the forestry, fishing, mining, and oil and gas sectors.