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THUNDER BAY JOB FAIR
LIST OF EXHIBITORS
Wednesday, March 6th 2019. From 1pm - 3pm.
TOWNEPLACE SUITES BY MARRIOTT.
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.

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Our number one activity is government relations. We have a proven track record of working with business and government to achieve results – results that work for both the public and private sectors.We design and manage campaigns to activate grassroots networks, either to raise issue awareness, or to create public pressure for policy change.We develop campaigns to change public attitudes; create and direct communications programs to manage difficult issues; and craft strategies to shift the media environment. We look forward to meeting you at the Job Fair.



Everybody has their own interests and reasons to pursue one career or another; what we strive to offer our people are opportunities to grow in a positive workplace. We have great products, but our passionate employees truly make the difference. We look for like-minded achievers who are committed to quality service and strive to be the best. This has raised Northern Mat & Bridge to become a leader in the industry of access solutions.



Marostica Hyundai soon to be Superior Hyundai is under New Management and major renovations. We are committed to our customers and are in the process of making major changes to not only further accommodate them but exceed their expectations. Our little store is growing at an alarming rate, not just due to being the number one import dealer in sales volume but also because we are the highest rated automotive dealer in Thunder Bay in customer satisfaction and we achieved that by simply making our customers and staff our number one priority.


Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC), a 395-bed acute care facility, is a national leader in Patient and Family Centred Care. As the tertiary care provider in Northwestern Ontario, TBRHSC provides comprehensive services to a population of over 250,000 residents in a region the size of France. Effectively addressing the healthcare needs of patients and families has earned TBRHSC both Innovation Awards and Leading Practice Designations. As an academic health sciences centre, TBRHSC is committed to teaching the next generation of healthcare providers and advancing medical research. Patients benefit from interprofessional teams of dedicated healthcare providers and access to leading-edge medical equipment and clinical trials.



Are you passionate about helping people? Looking for a place where you can grow personally and professionally? Then we want you on our team! For more than 50 years, Reliance Home Comfort™ has been providing essential home products and services in innovative ways. With over 1.7 million customers and one of the largest networks of licensed technicians in Canada, we lead a winning team. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds, including visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and people with disabilities. 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 rehabilitation.




We are currently hiring Table Games Dealers for our Burnaby, New Westminster, and *Innisfil, ON locations – no experience required! Gateway Casinos & Entertainment has the privilege of operating in cities and towns across Canada. As a company, we gain so much from each of these communities and believe it is our responsibility to give back, pitch in and provide support to those causes that matter most to our neighbours. Gateway strongly believes in offering not just our resources, but also our time, our know-how and our properties in supporting local efforts in the communities where we operate. Attend our upcoming information sessions to learn more about our job opportunities at the Thunder Bay Job Fair!



If you are interested in an exciting career with us at ltl group, fill out our online application below. Applications will remain on file for (60) sixty days. After 60 days, a new application must be submitted. The ltl group of companies is an equal employment opportunity employer. We look forward to meeting you at the Job Fair!




Thunder Airlines was founded in 1994 with one general goal in mind — to serve the Northern Ontario communities — and that is precisely what we do. Our specialized fleet of aircraft and friendly staff can accommodate you in a helpful way, and no matter what you need, we are your northern connection. Based out of Thunder Bay, Timmins and Sudbury, we service almost all airports in Ontario and surrounding areas with frequent and reliable flights. We are one of the largest Medical Transfer contractors for ORNGE (Ontario Ministry of Health) and supply charter air service to many organizations in Ontario. We also operate scheduled passenger service to the coast of James Bay, from our Timmins base.



We're Hiring AGAIN! Sencia Canada, is an emerging leader in developing online applications. We are always looking for exceptionally bright and motivated people to join our team. If you are looking for an opportunity to use your skills in new ways and work in an environment that promotes free thinking, presents challenging and rewarding work, and makes you feel like your making a real impact - Sencia is the place for you.



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.


Wasaya Airways LP is an equal opportunity employer, offering competitive compensation and benefit packages. With bases in Sioux Lookout, Pickle Lake, Red Lake, and Thunder Bay , Wasaya Airways LP employs over 270 individuals in a wide variety of primary and support positions. Our key departments are Flight Operations, Passenger Services, Maintenance, Administration, and Commercial Services (Cargo). Wasaya recognizes individual performance efforts by promoting from within the company whenever possible. Because employee promotion is a priority, there is a continual need to recruit from outside sources to replace those employees who have advanced.



Career Transition and Management helps employees define and reach new goals through a one-to-one career-building program delivered at our downtown Toronto location. Transition mentoring and coaching focuses on coming to terms with transition, ultimately leading toward the development of a competitive job search strategy. We use a career transition model rooted in personally-driven processes to advance transition effectiveness for employers and employees.



The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services is committed to ensuring that Ontario's communities are supported and protected by law enforcement and public safety systems that are safe, secure, effective, efficient and accountable.






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.



We live in a complicated world with ever changing and evolving technology and trends. Innovated Solutions tracks these trends, and passes them along to you. We are continually upgrading technology and skills. Whether it be sales, service, or data security, Innovated Solutions wants to be your partner. We are partnered with Dell which allows us to provide some of the industry’s best products at a price that won’t disrupt your budget. Innovated solutions also provides a product line called Datto. Datto is in the business of data security and business continuity.






The Thunder Bay Literacy Group, formed in 1983, is a non-profit community-based organization which is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Initially, volunteer tutors were recruited to work one-to-one with adults who wanted to improve or develop basic literacy skills. After twelve years, our services expanded to include small group literacy and numeracy classes. In the fall of 2004, we opened the Adult Learning Centre and now offer full-time as well as part-time classes and have added basic computer courses to our program options.



Are you True North Strong? We’re always on the lookout for friendly, talented people to help our members do more with their money. The kind of people who are willing to go the distance for their neighbours and do something amazing for the communities they call home. If that sounds like you, you can start by meeting us at the Thunder Bay Job Fair!




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.




Lakehead Public Schools educates, encourages and supports all students to develop a passion for learning, set high personal standards and become active community members. Every student is provided with equal opportunities to learn in safe schools with many learning choices and innovative programming. We offer consistent high quality core programming from Junior Kindergarten through to Grade 12. Comprehensive adult education is also available for students over the age of 18. At Lakehead Public Schools, we work with parents, community partners and employees to make good things happen for our students inside and outside the classroom.



Wesway provides family focused services, which means we strive to help families in a variety of ways to meet their individual needs. Those include In Home, Respite Home, Family Directed Respite Funding and through our volunteer services. Wesway prides itself on having a fantastic team that meets the needs of the families who use our service.