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

Don’t Miss! Thursday, April 13th, 2023. 1PM to 4PM.
Next Career Fairs: June 14th, 2023. – September 12th, 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 Nunavut’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.

The Canadian Coast Guard is a special operating agency within Fisheries and Oceans Canada. We work to ensure the safety of mariners in Canadian waters and protect Canada’s marine environment. We support Canada’s economic growth through the safe and efficient movement of maritime trade. We help to ensure our country’s sovereignty and security through our presence in Canadian waters. We hire students from the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP), a Government of Canada inventory of students seeking jobs. We also hire through co-operative education and internship programs provided by academic institutions.

We work with academic institutions to provide co-op programs that help you fulfill the requirements of your course. We recruit the best students to work on everything from financial analysis to green engineering practices. For more information on how to access co-op opportunities, contact your academic institution.

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Kakivak Association is a community and economic development organization serving Inuit, by providing business, employment and training services to enhance the strengths of communities in the Qikiqtani region. Kakivak staff are organized in three main program departments – Employment and Training, Business Development, and Childcare, Youth and Disability – and a fourth administrative department, Finance and Administration.  In addition to working to constantly improve our service delivery, Kakivak staff and board are active in promoting the interests of Inuit in forums which address the policies, programs and future needs of beneficiaries in their program areas. Kakivak ensures that every community in the region is visited at least once a year. Check our website to find out when we are hosting an Open House in your community. This is an excellent opportunity to attend general information sessions, or to meet one-on-one with Kakivak staff. Kakivak association is committed to facilitating business, employment and training activities in every Qikiqtani community. We do this by offering a wide variety of programs designed to:

  • Help train Inuit to start up, manage and expand their own businesses
  • Assist childcare centres with funding and logistical support
  • Support youth and disabled people with wage subsidy, training and job creation programs
  • Support tourism-related employment and training in communities near National Parks in the Baffin region.

Kakivak also negotiates funding arrangements with key federal departments. Our board and staff actively advocate and lobby to ensure that Nunavut is factored into national program funding allocation models. This funding forms the foundation upon which all our other program delivery capacity is built. Please contact us with your questions, as we have support staff to provide advice and assistance in identifying the programs that are right for you.


The Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) is a national, independent and accountable prosecuting authority whose main objective is to prosecute federal offences and provides legal advice and assistance to law enforcement. The PPSC prosecutes cases under federal statutes that are referred to it by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), other federal investigative agencies, and provincial and municipal police forces. In total, over 250 federal statutes contain offences that fall under the PPSC’s jurisdiction to prosecute; however, the PPSC regularly prosecutes offences under approximately 40 of those statutes.

Make the Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) your next career move.

We are a national organization that prosecutes federal offences.
We exist to protect the rights of Canadians and uphold the rule of law.
We play a key role in strengthening Canada’s criminal justice system.

Find out more about us and the role of the prosecutor.


CanNor works with Northerners and Indigenous peoples, communities, businesses, organizations, other federal departments and other orders of government to help build diversified and dynamic economies that foster long-term sustainability and economic prosperity across the territories – Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon.

CanNor’s suite of economic development programs and services focuses on strengthening businesses, communities and Northerners. Supports for the sustainable development of territorial mining and energy sectors. CanNor’s five year strategic plan highlights our key priorities to advance economic growth across the territories.

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Parks Canada Agency is a federal government agency responsible for the protection and presentation of Canada’s natural and cultural resources through a system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites in all regions of Canada.

L’Agence Parcs Canada est un organisme fédéral chargé de protéger et de mettre en valeur les ressources naturelles et culturelles du Canada en administrant un réseau de parcs nationaux, d’aires marines nationales de conservation et de lieux historiques nationaux disséminés dans toutes les régions du pays.

In Nunavut, Inuit and Parks Canada cooperatively manage five national parks, one national historic site and one national marine conservation area. They are: Auyuittuq National Park, Sirmilik National Park, Qausuittuq National Park, Quttinirpaaq National Park, Ukkusiksalik National Park, the Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site and Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area. Long before these areas received federal protection, Inuit lived, harvested and travelled these lands and waters. Many staff have connections to these places through their families and ancestors. To this day, harvesting and use by Inuit remains a protected right under the Nunavut Agreement.

Au Nunavut, les Inuit et Parcs Canada gèrent conjointement cinq parcs nationaux, un lieu historique national et une aire marine nationale de conservation : le parc national Auyuittuq, le parc national Sirmilik, le parc national Qausuittuq, le parc national Quttinirpaaq, le parc national Ukkusiksalik, le lieu historique national des Épaves-du-HMS Erebus-et-du-HMS Terror et l’aire marine nationale de conservation Tallurutiup Imanga. Bien avant que ces endroits deviennent protégés par le gouvernement fédéral, les Inuit vivaient et se déplaçaient sur ces terres et ces eaux et en tiraient leur subsistance. De nombreux membres du personnel ont des liens familiaux et ancestraux avec ces lieux. À ce jour, en vertu de l’Accord sur les revendications territoriales du Nunavut, les Inuits conservent un droit de récolte et d’utilisation des ressources.

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Qikiqtani Industry Ltd. (QIL) is a multi-disciplinary company that provides varied services for industrial, environmental and construction projects across Nunavut. We are the largest Inuit-owned supplier of labour and services in Nunavut. QIL has two main divisions, Logistics and Employment & Training, working in unison to support the work and projects of QC Group of Companies and effectively deliver our contracted services to governments and mining companies.

Qikiqtani Industry prioritizes Inuit hiring and is committed to capacity building through training and promotion within all levels of our organization. We focus on developing Inuit leadership, expertise, and experience by providing on-the-job training and supporting professional development so you can design the career you want. Employment with Qikiqtani Industry is not just a job, it’s a meaningful career that makes a lasting impact. Come work with us!


We are looking for skilled construction trades people, as well as motivated individuals who are interested in learning. We provide supervision and support to those who are pursuing Journeyman status. All individuals must be sensitive to cultural differences. Our work crews are predominantly Inuit. If you are interested in pursuing a career in construction, please send us your resume!

NCC Development employs construction crews ready to work in the communities of Nunavut. We offer competitive pay and benefits. Our work is highly demanding, requiring long hours, often in inclement weather conditions. Our Safety Program includes a substance abuse policy to ensure safety at all work sites. Active Jobs – NCC Investment Group Inc. (


Chickweed Arts is an independent Nunavut company providing film, photography and digital media services, founded by Jamie Griffiths in 2018, working in collaboration with experienced Inuit creatives, directors, writers and Nunavut creatives. Specialists in people photography, creative film-making and impact storytelling, Chickweed works with:

  • Inuit and other non-profits to make short and mini-documentary films that promote understanding of their ideas, programs and goals through personal, intimate story-telling.
  • Nunavut artists and musicians to create expressive, innovative, creative short films.
  • Government agencies to create educational films that support social change program initiatives.
  • Organisations and regional departments needing training videos for their programs, staff and support teams.

Give us a call or send an email to discuss your film, photography or digital media needs!


QEC provides safe, reliable and efficient electricity and plans long term affordable energy for Nunavummiut. Qulliq Energy Corporation’s vision is to provide the communities of Nunavut with safe, reliable, sustainable and economical energy supply and service. Our foundation to achieve our vision is based on an empowered and accountable workforce, representative of Nunavut’s population, and reflective of Inuit Societal Values, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and Turaaqtavut, the mandate document of the fifth Legislative Assembly of the Government of Nunavut. We operate as an enterprise with transparency, accountability and integrity.


The Values included within the Mission Statement are:

Safety is and will continue to be the Corporation’s first priority. This fact is communicated to and reflected in policies and procedures for the Corporation’s employees clearly and consistently. Reliability is second only to safety. The focus of the Corporation’s day-to-day operations is the provision of safe and reliable service to customers. Efficiency is applicable to all of the Corporation’s operational and administrative activities. Efficiency indicates QEC’s intention to respect the investment in the Corporation made by Nunavummiut, and to use resources with clear attention to reasonableness and value.

At Qulliq Energy Corporation, we are committed to upholding the principle of fair and respectful treatment of our employees and customers. QEC recognizes its responsibility to maintain a diverse, respectful workplace where all employees enjoy an environment in which the dignity and self-respect of every person is valued and which is free of offensive remarks, material or behavior


Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation (Baffinland) is a Canadian mining company that produces the highest grade of direct shipping ore in the world on Baffin Island in Nunavut. Baffinland is jointly owned by The Energy and Minerals Group and ArcelorMittal. Our head office is located in Oakville, Ontario and our northern headquarters is located in Iqaluit, Nunavut in Canada. Along with our office in Iqaluit, we also have offices in five North Baffin communities including: Arctic Bay, Clyde River, Sanirajak, Igloolik and Pond Inlet.

Our Mission, Vision, and Values were developed to directly align with Inuit Societal Values. An organization where good work is recognized and rewarded. All employees are seen and treated as valued partners. Baffinland will invest in employee’s success and growth through providing tools, training and support needed to unleash their potential. Baffinland will endeavour to become the employer of choice for Inuit in Nunavut. Online Job Application – Baffinland Iron Mines


Canadian North is an equal opportunity employer, offering competitive compensation and benefits packages. We value training and personal development and encourage career advancement within Canadian North. If you share our commitment to safety and service, we encourage you to join our team. Canadian North is an equal opportunity employer.

Members of designated groups (Inuit, First Nations, Métis, Women, Visible Minorities, and People with Disabilities) are encouraged to apply and self-identify. Interested candidates may submit their resumes to Please include the reference number and position in the subject line. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Careers – Canadian North


For over 80 years, mining has been the key economic driver in the north. The minerals industry has provided tremendous economic, employment, business and community development opportunities for northerners. More recently, the northern minerals industry has created significant business and economic opportunities for northern Aboriginal governments, corporations, organizations, communities and peoples. Jobs – NWT & Nunavut Chamber Of Mines (

The NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines has been the voice of the Northern mining and exploration industry since 1967. The overall goal of the Chamber is to promote the industry and the north to Northerners, Canadians and the world at large. The Chamber advises governments, regulatory agencies, investors, Aboriginal groups, the media, schools and universities, and the public on industry positions and initiatives. The Chamber’s primary objective is to encourage, assist and stimulate the prosperous, orderly and environmentally responsible development and growth of mining and mineral exploration in the NWT and Nunavut.


Founded in 1977 by the late Eben Hopson of Barrow, Alaska, the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) has flourished and grown into a major international non-government organization representing approximately 180,000 Inuit of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Chukotka (Russia). The organization holds Consultative Status II at the United Nations.

To thrive in their circumpolar homeland, Inuit had the vision to realize they must speak with a united voice on issues of common concern and combine their energies and talents towards protecting and promoting their way of life. The principal goals of ICC are, therefore, to strengthen unity among Inuit of the circumpolar region; promote Inuit rights and interests on an international level; develop and encourage long-term policies that safeguard the Arctic environment; and seek full and active partnership in the political, economic, and social development of circumpolar regions. About ICC | Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada

The Inuit Circumpolar Council – Canada is hiring a Student Project Assistant for the summer. Reporting to the Climate Change Advisor, the Project Assistant will help to gather information and update a community based monitoring atlas. We are hiring! ICC Canada has an exciting opportunity to join our team as Research Manager (Full-Time)


Working at a Northern or NorthMart store offers an experience like no other. Your store will be central to meeting your customers’ needs for food, essentials and services. Experience rapid career growth and unique life in a new community in northern Canada. If you’re customer-focused. resourceful and up for a new challenge, Northern/NorthMart offers you the chance for a fast-paced, meaningful career with a stable, successful employer. More than just a retail job. Start your next adventure.

The North West Company is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where our Canadian warehouse is also located. Apply today and be part of the vital support system for our banner stores. Join a passionate and dedicated team and provide essential services to rural and remote communities in northern Canada western Canada, rural Alaska, the South Pacific islands, and the Caribbean. 

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North West’s core strengths include: our ability to adapt our product mix to each market we serve; our logistics expertise in moving product to, and operating stores within, remote or difficult-to-reach locations; our knowledge in serving indigenous and lower-income customers; and our ability to apply these strengths to serve customers within complementary niche businesses.


Pilimmaksaivik (Federal Centre of Excellence for Inuit Employment in Nunavut) is the office responsible for coordinating a government-wide approach to building a representative public service in Nunavut across all groups and levels. Pilimmaksaivik supports the implementation of Article 23 of the Nunavut Agreement through coordination, monitoring and reporting, outreach and awareness, and advice and support to federal departments and agencies.
As an Inuit employee in the federal public service in Nunavut, you can access career planning tools that:

  • help navigate conversations with management
  • create a roadmap for your career objectives
  • discover developmental opportunities within federal government.

Pilimmaksaivik coordinates a mentorship program for Inuit employees. This program provides Inuit employees with the opportunity to receive informal support and guidance from someone working in a similar field or with similar experiences. Inuit employees can also choose to become mentors, sharing their knowledge, skills and experiences through this voluntary partnership.


Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) advances the rights and benefits of Qikiqtani Inuit through protecting and promoting our social, political, economic and cultural interests; while safeguarding the land, waters and resources that sustain our communities. QIA is the Regional Inuit Association for the Qikiqtani Region of Nunavut, representing 51 per cent of Inuit living in the territory located in the Canadian Arctic. Work With Us – Qikiqtani Inuit Association (

QIA is a Designated Inuit Organization under the Nunavut Agreement. QIA is one of three Regional Inuit Associations affiliated with Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.; the other associations include the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and the Kivalliq Inuit Association. We work closely with our partners, such as Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and the Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada, as well as different levels of government, to represent Inuit in the Inuit Nunangat, the Inuit homeland.

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