@Erika_Kuri This is not 100% true, but because of the wide-variations in degree-standards across the globe, Canadian companies may be more hesitant to value a relatively lesser-known degree as highly as one of the well-known Canadian schools.
That being said, this is not a hard-set rule, and many companies are willing to look beyond your degree at what you, as a person, bring to the company. Canada is very liberal in terms of immigration, and therefore has policies in place to ensure that employment opportunities exist for those not educated in the country.
The highly competitive jobs, such as those in the Finance, Consulting, Medical or Legal sectors, tend to be more strict with degree-requirements, and will present the most challenges to those applying with foreign degrees. Some companies within these industries are less strict than other, but generally all will ask for transcripts and will place a heavy-emphasis on education.
Short answer, there are definitely biases against foreign degrees in some areas of Canadian business, but for the most part the statement "If you do not have any education in Canada, you will not find a good job" is not entirely true.