Welcome to the Lethbridge Career Fair and Training Expo.
Meet with Canada’s hiring companies and training institutions.

Don’t Miss! Tuesday, April 18th, 2023. 1PM to 4PM.
Next Career Fairs: August 17th, 2023. – September 21st, 2023.

Network with Governments, National Companies, Independent Businesses, and Organizations providing employment services, career resources, training, and continuing education programs. Build employment relationships and explore Alberta’s labor market in a wide variety of sectors, vacancies, and career services open to all attendees across the province (students, professional adults, Canadian citizens, permanent residents, landed immigrants, newcomers, temporary visitors, and foreign skilled workers). EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND!

Join Canada’s most attended Career Fairs and Training Expos.
250+ scheduled events to help and support Canada’s labor market.
Stay tuned and check regularly this page for Exhibitor listing updates.

We are McCain

We know the importance that food plays in people’s lives – the power it has to bring people, families and communities together. That’s why our purpose brings together all the things which we value as a company – ‘Celebrating real connections through delicious, planet-friendly food‘. Making a difference to today, tomorrow and for generations to come. Joining a new company is a big decision.  It is important to understand the benefits of making the move, and what it would feel like to be part of the company. At McCain Foods, our values of being Family, Authentic, Trusted and Quality shape everything we do and are reflected in our culture around the world. We are McCain. Your career is here. Discover why now Careers | McCain Foods.

Your Life, Your Success, Your Impact

As a food company, we offer a wide range of functional opportunities – within our factories, our commercial or manufacturing offices, out in the sales environment, and working in agriculture with our growers. We believe that work and life go hand-in-hand. Which is why we are committed to helping you fulfil your potential, flourish, and thrive in your work and life. We believe our business grows when our people grow. Which is why we are committed to supporting your career ambitions, drive, and success. We believe that everyone can make a meaningful lasting impact to our business and those around us.


Firefighter recruitment

We are a highly motivated, respectful and diverse group of individuals who are passionate about public safety and helping others. Our member’s strengths as individuals lead to a stronger team. Calgary firefighters respond to high stress incidents such as structure fires, emergency medical incidents, hazardous materials incidents, and motor vehicle collisions. Our department includes specialty units: aquatic rescue, hazardous material and technical rescue teams.

Our changing culture

The Calgary Fire Department proudly serves a diverse population in Calgary. Similarly, we are committed to building and sustaining an inclusive work environment – one that supports, respects, and values individuals for their unique identity, experiences, perspectives, talents, and contributions. Learn more about how we are changing. Our firefighters are community-minded leaders who are committed to public service, and exemplify pride, professionalism, teamwork and respect. We are coachable and customer focused. Do you have what it takes to join us?

Pay and benefits

Our firefighters are paid a competitive wage, supplemented by a  comprehensive benefits package . They are covered by a collective agreement between The City of Calgary and the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Local 255. Firefighters make benefit coverage decisions at the start of their employment. To ask questions about firefighter recruitment and our pre-screening process, e-mail IAFF Local 255 includes:

  • Basic group insurance
  • Optional life insurance
  • Extended health coverage (including prescription drugs, vision care, and travel benefits)
  • Dental benefits
  • Short-term disability
  • Long-term disability


Every day, more than 11 million guests visit BURGER KING® restaurants around the world. And they do so because our restaurants are known for serving high-quality, great-tasting, and affordable food. Founded in 1954, BURGER KING® is the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world. The original HOME OF THE WHOPPER®, our commitment to premium ingredients, signature recipes, and family-friendly dining experiences is what has defined our brand for more than 50 successful years. There are many ways to bring it at Burger King restaurants. In-restaurant jobs range from Team Members all the way to Restaurant General Managers.

The King Has a Job for You

The Burger King® brand is owned by Restaurant Brands International Inc. (“RBI”), which owns three of the world’s iconic quick service restaurant brands – Burger King®, Tim Hortons®, and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen®. But we still have room to grow – and that’s where you come in. We need strong operations, bold marketing, and the best people around to make these brands great. And if we like what we see, there’s no limit to how far you could go here. Home | BK Careers (



Lethbridge Iron Works Ltd. is one of the leading jobbing iron foundries supplying iron castings across North America. Founded in 1898, and headquartered in Lethbridge, Alberta, we have since grown into an 110,000 square foot, modern, production foundry managed on a 7-acre expanse in Lethbridge’s industrial park. We are a company that likes to do things differently. We are constantly innovating, and we never leave our staff in the dust. We work hard to make sure that our staff are properly trained, understand how to keep themselves and each other safe, and who follow our core values every step of the way. Our Values: *Be Better * Engaged Employees * Unique Customer Experience * Greater Good * Authentic Relationships*


LETHIRON produces Ductile Iron, Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI), Carbidic Austempered Ductile Iron (CADI) and Hi-Chrome Iron castings in weights ranging from less than a pound to more than 500 pounds. Our annual capacity is approximately 15,000 tons of iron castings. Production quantities range from 50 pieces to 500,000 pieces per order. We use the latest technology and automated equipment to position our company well for its second century of operation. Numerous capital projects have been undertaken, outfitting the foundry with modern, automated high production equipment in all departments. An ISO 9001 Certified Quality Assurance Program ensures castings consistently exceed customer specifications. Company – LETH IRON, Lethbridge AB


At LETH IRON we understand that it takes great & talented employees to run a great & progressive company. In order to recruit those great & talented employees we offer a very competitive compensation package comprised of four components: Highly competitive wage, Comprehensive benefits package after three months of service, Participation in a generous company pension plan after one year of service, Semi-annual bonus remuneration (potentially available to all employees after one year of employment) which has provided significant additional historic income to our staff. We believe it is the combination of these four components that makes LETH IRON a most desirable place to work! If you are interested in joining our team, please check the careers page for available job positions.


Nurturing and supporting the strengths and resilience of Indigenous families, children, and youth

Welcome! Opokaa’sin Early Intervention Society is an Indigenous child and family organization designed t0 provide support services to Indigenous children and families in Southern Alberta. We have been operating successfully since 1996 and have provided essential child development and support services to Indigenous children, youth and families! Opokaa’sin has developed a reputation for excellence and innovation, and the organization is becoming known in Alberta and surrounding provinces as a model for Indigenous service providers. Currently, Opokaa’sin serves over 120 children, youth, and families daily, we strive to provide quality programming while maintaining our Indigenous culture, language, and traditions.

About us

Since our inception, Opokaa’sin Early Intervention Society’s mission has been to nurture and support the strengths and resilience of Indigenous families, children, and youth.  Opokaa’sin provides programs and services to encourage self-sufficiency, respect of the individual and culturally appropriate support services. Our core beliefs and values are:

  • To provide Indigenous children and families with culturally appropriate and holistic services to meet the needs of raising healthy children and families.
  • To provide social advocacy for Indigenous children and families.
  • To strengthen parenting capacities of all Indigenous families to care for our children.
  • To enhance and strengthen family functioning and connect families to appropriate community resources and services.
  • To preserve family unit where our children’s safety can be supported.
  • Opokaa’sin adheres to the Circle of Courage model of raising children with the core values of Generosity, Mastery, Independence and Belonging.


Working with Our Community

In operation since 1910, Lethbridge Family Services (LFS) is the tenth largest employer in Lethbridge, serving 8,100 clients annually through 380 employees. LFS stewards an annual budget of over $21 million and has numerous contracts. LFS is a highly-accredited charitable organization that improves the wellbeing and quality of life for individuals and families in Southwestern Alberta. The organization is devoted to providing services to those in need, regardless of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, language, religion, gender identity, and family structures. We offer community based support to facilitate human potential, choice, and independence. Through advocacy, public education, prevention, intervention, and community development, LFS responds to emerging family needs.


We offer a supportive, inclusive team environment with a strong commitment to work-life balance. We provide a competitive remuneration package, including a comprehensive benefit plan, generous vacation and personal time, employee and family pricing program for cellular service, and a discounted fitness membership. We support your career through opportunities to learn and grow, including paid professional development opportunities and on-the-job coaching and support. Our “family” culture supports many opportunities to participate in events including social club activities, annual holiday parties, and recognition events.

 Why Work With Us ?

  • We offer a supportive, inclusive team environment with a strong commitment to work-life balance
  • We provide a competitive remuneration package, including a comprehensive benefits plan
  • Generous vacation and personal time
  • Specialized employee pricing for gym memberships, cell phone, and auto/home insurance
  • We support your career opportunities to learn and grow; including paid continuous learning opportunities, and on-the-job coaching and support
  • Our “family” culture supports many opportunities to participate in events including health and wellness challenges, social club activities, annual holiday parties, and recognition events

Choose a Career Where People Matter

The Good Samaritan Society (GSS) and Good Samaritan Canada are leading faith-based, not-for-profit, registered charities in Western Canada that provide quality accommodations, health, and community care services and programs to aging individuals in need. With over 70 years of experience providing specialized health and community care services in innovative and caring environments, our operational effectiveness and overarching culture of service and care make us the provider of choice for individuals and their families seeking a supportive place to call home. Presently, we have over 4,100 employees and more than 1,900 volunteers who, in the spirit of compassion, serve over 5,000 residents and clients. As one of the largest not-for-profit care providers in Alberta (21 locations) and British Columbia (8 locations), we provide safe, comfortable communities inspiring involvement, where people can experience a sense of caring, belonging and purpose.

Bring Joy to those in Care 

Our mission to extend Christian Hospitality to those in need or at risk encourages the well-being of the whole person. A foundational pillar of The Society’s Christian Hospitality Model is to provide access to spiritual care for all faiths. Our Pastoral-Spiritual Care model incorporates Chaplains as Spiritual Care Facilitators and Providers. They invite members from the churches to become volunteers, and to be trained as Pastoral Care Visitors. As well, we formally train all staff in spirituality and spiritual care so that they can meet the needs of residents and clients when the Chaplain is not available.


At The Good Samaritan Society and Good Samaritan Canada, our employees are our number one asset. We support work life balance and personal well being, and we believe that this contributes to healthy, successful, and engaged employees. With a wide variety of services and programs throughout Alberta and British Columbia, our environment is rich in opportunity. Our staff members can build careers that are full of a broad range of experiences. With 29 care homes across Alberta and British Columbia, our communities include both rural and urban settings. We are sure to be close to home with many opportunities for growth along the way. We offer comprehensive benefits and compensation packages that may vary depending on your employee group and status.


We are …

A YWCA built and sustained by the community.
A YWCA that evolves with the needs and desires of the community.
A YWCA that is privileged to serve Southern Alberta.
A YWCA that serves more than 6,000 individuals each year.

A Place for ALL Women

As a member organization of YWCA Canada, we share in the history and responsibility of being Canada’s oldest and largest women’s multi-service organization. Through YWCA Canada, we are connected not only across nine provinces and two territories, but worldwide, uniting 25,000,000 women and girls throughout YWCAs in 125 countries. At YWCA Lethbridge, we tackle complex challenges, work hard, and take time to have some fun. We’re innovative problem solvers, life-long learners, and experts in our fields. Together, we enhance women’s lives by providing programs and services that empower them, support equality and promote wellness in mind, body and spirit. After all, that’s our Mission. Join our team of caring experts who make sure we fulfill that mission.

Supporting equality & promoting wellness of mind, body and spirit since 1949.

YWCA Lethbridge and District evolved when a committee of representatives from local organizations investigated the need for a residence for students and working women in the area. By 1949, a permanent Board of Directors was organized and the Young Women’s Christian Association of Lethbridge and District registered as a society in 1951. More than sixty years have passed since those humble beginnings, and YWCA Lethbridge & District has continued to grow and respond to the needs of the Southern Alberta community. Housing, homelessness, poverty, domestic and sexual violence, health, fitness, volunteerism, youth empowerment, leadership and a place to belong are all addressed at YWCA. Join the Movement Get Involved | YWCA Lethbridge


Now Hiring 5th Class Constable/ Police Officer Cadet Training Program

In Medicine Hat you’ll find an exceptionally high quality of life… and a comparatively low cost of living. And here at the City of Medicine Hat, you’ll be a key influencer in how others see, experience and enjoy our city.

The Medicine Hat Police Service (MHPS) serves a community of approx. 65, 000 “Hatters” and takes pride in partnering with our residents to make our community safe, vibrant and welcoming to all. We are looking for individuals who have a passion to serve the community and thrive in a diverse work environment with plenty of opportunity to learn, grow and serve. If this sounds like a career you are interested in, we want to hear from you!

The MHPS is currently seeking applicants for the position of police constable. Applicants will be selected from this application process, be sworn in as police cadets and commence 20 weeks of police recruit training at the MHPS starting in early 2024.

The Police Officer Cadet Training Program is accredited by Lethbridge College (LC) and follows standards set forth by the Alberta Justice & Solicitor General’s office. Upon successful completion of the training, Lethbridge College (LC) will award graduates of the training with a Credential of Academic Achievement in Police Recruit Training, documented by an official parchment and transcript. Additionally, some cadets will be selected for immediate employment as a police constable with the MHPS, while the remaining cadets will be shortlisted for consideration, should additional vacancies arise over the following year.


Building Your Career. Building Relationships.

Express Employment Professionals puts people to work in all types of jobs. When you work with the Lethbridge Express office, you build a relationship with a team of employment professionals in your community who have, in turn, built personal relationships with the businesses that are hiring. Whether you’re looking for a short-term job to supplement your income or you’re building a new career, we offer the flexibility to work the way you want, and you’ll never pay a fee to Express for our services and support.



The benefits of working for our agency are:

• Competitive wages
• Mileage reimbursement
• Paid Personal Time
• Paid orientation and trainings
• Cost shared health benefits program
• Long term employees have access to cost shared RSP plans

The requirements of working for our agency are:

• A valid Class 5 driver’s license
• A reliable vehicle to use for work purposes
• Clean Criminal Record Check

Submit your resume by e-mailing it to


Enrich your life with a meaningful career. At Saamis Employment, we strive to match your talents to a career that best suits you. Connect with one of our dedicated career counselors and find the perfect fit for your life. Saamis Employment & Training Association is a non-profit organization that was incorporated in November 1998. Our office has been open since February 1997. With the aid of a Board of Directors and program staff, we have been able to provide our clients with Labour Market Training projects, and resources that have benefited all Aboriginal People in Medicine Hat and Lethbridge.


Connecting you to the world of work. We offer specialized hands-on training with a focus on industry-related skills. We’re a licenced post-secondary institution recognized by the provincial education system. Free of charge, we offer personalized job search assistance and employment counselling to eligible Albertans.

For over 30 years, our team of Admissions Advisors, Employment Advisors, Certified Trainers and Educators have helped Albertans graduate programs, find enjoyable employment and connect to their communities.

We provide a unique combination of Occupational Training and Career and Employment Services tailored to each individual’s strengths, interests and goals. A one-on-one appointment with an Admissions Advisor or Employment Advisor will help you discover your potential, map out your future path, and take advantage of opportunities you never knew existed!  Through two complimentary services and five service locations, we help our clients attain a true vision for their future!


Looking for work? A change in career?  Just keeping your options open by exploring what’s out there?  Let us expand your network and open the door to dozens of positions, companies, industries, and new opportunities.

Let us connect you with well-recognized businesses in Southern Alberta. We also know that confidentiality is critical.  We will get your permission before conducting reference checks and we will not share your personal information with clients until we get the green light from you.  The only thing to lose is the possibility of your next big opportunity if you don’t sign up. Create your profile today and search our job board for exciting opportunities.


At Hire Standard, we believe great workplaces are about the people.  We support our clients’ staffing needs with a unique approach that includes confidence of background screening, integrity in our process and transparency in our communication.  We value our staff and know that fair pay, teamwork and appreciation make all the difference in job satisfaction and employee loyalty.  We hold ourselves to a higher standard so that we can be the most trustworthy and competent staffing firm in Southern Alberta.


Badger Daylighting ™ is the industry leader in non­-destructive hydro-excavation (hydrovac) services. Since 1992, Badger has been innovating cutting-edge technology and providing services to a diverse customer base including oil and gas, energy, industrial, construction, transportation and other markets, as well as numerous government agencies within Canada and the United States.

Badger Infrastructure Solutions is the largest provider of non-destructive excavating and related services in North America. For over 30 years, we have been innovating cutting-edge technology – like the Badger Hydrovac™ – and serving a diverse customer base across a broad range of infrastructure industry segments including energy, industrial, construction, telecommunications, transportation and more. We are efficient, safe, and reliable, and we work hard to enable our customers – across a wide range of industries – as they build and maintain the critical infrastructure needs of our communities. We’re committed to not just doing the work – but doing good along the way!

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