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Monday, October 22nd, 2018. From 1pm - 3pm.
550 Harbour Expressway. Thunder Bay. P7B 6P4
The List of Exhibitors will be updated on daily basis until the day of the Job Fair. Check this page regular for any updates.


Superior-Greenstone District School Board is located in Northwestern Ontario and covers a vast area of 45,100 square kilometres. The board is responsible for providing public education, and its 15 schools are proud to serve the communities of Beardmore, Geraldton, Longlac, Nakina, Caramat, Dorion, Nipigon, Red Rock, Schreiber, Terrace Bay, Marathon and Manitouwadge. We look forward to meeting you at the Job Fair.

The obvious device for the badge of Griffon is a representation of this mythical monster. As it is named for René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle's ship, the first to navigate in the upper lakes in 1679, the griffin is depicted with the colours and devices of Royal France, namely, a blue field powdered or sown with gold fleurde-lis. Explore our opportunities at the Job Fair.

Dilico Anishinabek Family Care provides a range of responsive individual, family and community programs and services for the complete life journey of all Anishinabek people. Dilico cares for the welfare of children and families, physical health, the mental health and the health of the communities where Anishinabek people live by promoting wellness, preventing illness and trauma, and providing diagnosis, treatment and

Loch is home to a fantastic team of dedicated, passionate and motivated individuals who work together to ensure our members and patrons experience the very best that we have to offer. Also, full-time staff can ski for free!Be sure to stipulate the position/s you are applying for, and your availability for the season ahead.

St. Joseph's Care Group is known for living its values of Care, Compassion and Commitment. We are continuing a tradition that began more than 130 years ago of meeting the unmet needs of the people of Northwestern Ontario. Located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, we provide services in addictions & mental health, rehabilitative care & chronic disease management, and seniors' health. We believe in investing in our people, and offer learning and development opportunities, continuing education, competitive compensation, and a welcoming workplace culture.

Superior Country builds and sustains a world class tourism destination for visitors by marketing the region, fostering relationships with members, and collaborating with partners. To increase visitation to the region by being a leader in the tourism industry with innovative approaches that allow for heightened awareness about superior products and experiences.

Maintair Aviation Services Limited helps your dreams take flight. If you would like to be a part of a vision where even the sky is not a limit, we'd be happy to meet and connect with you at the Job Fair.

North Star Air is a rapidly growing airline with 200+ dedicated employees providing passenger, charter and cargo air service in a safe and reliable environment. Our airline services over 50 remote Northern Ontario, Northern Manitoba and Nunavut locations with a fleet of 16 aircraft, including Pilatus PC-12, Basler BT-67 and ATR-72-500F. With 50+ departures daily, we fly over 24,000 hours per year, holding a Gold ARG/US status. We are a 604, 703, 704, 705 Operator based in Thunder Bay, Ontario, with additional base locations in Pickle Lake, Red Lake, Kapuskasing (all in Ontario) and Thompson, Manitoba.

The Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre (TBIFC) is one of the “original six” Friendship Centres in Ontario, founded in 1964 and incorporated on February 15, 1968. TBIFC is also the founding member of the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) which was incorporated 1971. We are always looking for Volunteers to work with our programming staff. Volunteers will be required to supply a CPIC (Canadian Police Information Centre) and a Vulnerable Sectors Search. Please fill out our Volunteer Form and either email it or bring it to the Friendship Centre and someone will contact you.

Since 1984, Avenue II, a non-profit organization based in Thunder Bay, Ontario, has supported adults with developmental disabilities to be fully included in the community. Our support also enriches the lives of all Canadians; we become a more inclusive society, and the inherent worth of all people is recognized and valued. The cover letter must include an outline on how your qualifications relate to working at Avenue II as well as how your personal goals and values match that of Avenue II's mission. A requirement prior to employment is a valid First Aid certificate.

The Word “Ka-Na-Chi-Hih” means “To Keep One Sacred” in Ojibway. Ka-Na-Chi-Hih (KNCH) is a solvent abuse treatment centre situated in Thunder Bay, Ontario. It serves First Nation Youth, ages 16 to 30 from across Canada. A twelve bed long-term facility, KNCH provides holistic care through traditional as well as contemporary treatment methods.

Youth Employment Services (YES) is Canada's leader and has helped hundreds of thousands of youth find employment and change their lives. YES believes that employment is empowerment and the cornerstone of safe and healthy communities. YES leads the Canadian youth sector with innovative programs that empower disadvantaged and vulnerable youth to become self-sufficient contributing members of society.

Our store specializes in quality brands, products, and service for both women and men. Serving Thunder Bay and the surrounding area for 104 years! Family owned and operated. We are committed to providing the most inclusive shopping experience, fulfilling every one of our customers unique requirements in terms of style, tailoring and footwear. Four simple words sum up our trademark style: fabric, quality, color and cut. These characteristics, together with a wealth of experience, a wide range of expertise and handpicked suppliers, form the foundations of J.B Evans. We suit Thunder Bay!

St. John Ambulance grew to be a national organization and in 1892 it had 12 branches teaching first aid from coast-to-coast. In those early years, alongside the continued growth in first aid training, St. John Ambulance also began a proud tradition of volunteer work in our communities. Soon the volunteers of St. John became a common and welcome sight in times of emergency in communities across the country. In any disaster, human or natural, St. John Ambulance Canada volunteers are there to offer assistance, expertise, caring and compassion. Our tradition of coming to the aid of Canadian communities reaches back well over a century.