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

Don’t Miss! Monday, May 3rd, 2023. 1PM to 4PM.
Next Career Fair: September 21th, 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 Saskatchewan’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.

First for a reason

We are the largest passenger transportation company in North America with 1,200 locations across the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada. Operating for over 20 years, we’re extremely proud of where we’ve been and even more proud of where we’re going. We are 96,000+ employees strong, Our total revenue? $4.8 Billion. We operate in 49 states and 11 Canadian provinces. Imagine career, job and promotion opportunities everywhere you look and go, spanning two countries, one continent and thousands of local communities. At First, we employ people from all walks of life – from Pennsylvania to Puerto Rico; Montreal to Minnesota; Alaska to Atlanta; and everywhere in between. Our size, scope and reach are unmatched and so are the opportunities we can offer your life and career. Whether you want to work in your hometown, or want to relocate where your interests and ambitions take you, our 1,200 locations across North America have you covered.

Looking out for your future.

We are proud to offer competitive compensation, benefits and a promising future with the largest transportation provider in North America. We also actively encourage our employees to take care of their physical and mental health and have a range of initiatives in place across our divisions to support them. We aspire to have a culture where all people are First. We strive to attract and develop a diverse workforce by promoting teamwork and embracing cultural differences. We all play a role in advancing an inclusive environment where everyone is empowered to share their perspectives, listen and respect others. We will achieve this by our leadership fostering a people-focused environment and engaging with our employees, customers and communities. In doing so, we will sustain an inclusive culture that supports future growth and fulfills our social responsibility.

Because we have something for everyone.

  • No experience. No problem. – Whether it’s your very first job or a new one, we have opportunities for Bus Aides/Monitors, Fuelers/Washers, Call Center positions, Drivers and more. And we provide all the training you need to succeed.
  • Retirees – Get out and give back. We offer great opportunities to make a difference in your local community working part-time and full-time.
  • Hourly (Full & Part-time) – 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift opportunities available at hundreds of locations.
  • Entry Level & Experienced Professionals – There are opportunities at every turn at First. We promote from within, and with locations all over the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada, there are growth possibilities throughout our entire organization!

You & CSC

CSC’s goal is to assist inmates to become law-abiding citizens. The correctional process begins at sentencing. From the time an offender is initially assessed, through case management and to supervision in the community, there is a team of dedicated professionals working closely with the offender. Correctional programs are offered to help offenders take responsibility for their actions. They are encouraged to learn the skills necessary to help them return safely to the community. A range of motivational strategies are used to help offenders see the value of participating in these programs. The correctional process does not end with the offender’s release – it continues in the community. Similar to the dedicated team within the institution, offenders work with a Case Management Team that may include a Parole Officer, health care professionals, volunteers and an entire network of support.

Why work at CSC

The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) believes in changing lives and protecting Canadians. Join our team to make a difference in your community! CSC has a wide variety of professions and work locations with unique challenges and opportunities. It offers dynamic and interesting careers in over 30 professions, including corrections, health care and administration. By choosing to work at the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) you will make a difference in people’s lives. CSC employees change lives every day. They protect Canadians in the communities they serve. You may choose to work at CSC because it:

  • is a people organization that values teamwork
  • has a variety of jobs from coast to coast: depending on your interests, you can work in an institution, in the community, or at regional or national headquarters
  • offers career development opportunities and believes in continuous learning throughout your career
  • is an inclusive workforce: CSC has a skilled, diverse workforce that reflects Canadian society
  • offers competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits: employees can retire at age 50 if they:
    • have at least 10 years of operational service and
    • elect to buy into the operational pension provision with extra contributions

Smarter Security. Stronger Communities.

Commissionaires is Canada’s largest private sector employer of veterans and the only national not-for-profit security company.

Commissionaires is Canada’s premier security company and largest private sector employer of veterans. Founded on the core military values of dedication, responsibility and sense of mission, we employ 22,000 people across Canada. We are a private, not-for profit organization providing security, fingerprinting and identification services as well as training, to public and private sector clients. Our mandate is to create meaningful employment opportunities for former members of the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and others who wish to contribute to the security and well-being of Canadians.

To provide meaningful employment that meets the needs of veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, their families and others who wish to contribute to the security and well-being of Canadians. From security guard to CEO, commissionaires hold many critical roles to protect the safety and security of Canadians. Our diverse workforce welcomes veterans and reservists, military spouses and family members, and civilians.

Join The Team: Careers – Commissionaires


Tomorrow in the making

Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves students through applied learning opportunities on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 Territories and the homeland of the Métis. Learning takes place at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon and through extensive distance education opportunities. Programs serve every economic and public service sector. As a polytechnic, the organization provides the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs, and apprenticeship training. Saskatchewan Polytechnic engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise to support innovation by employers, and providing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.

We empower a better Saskatchewan.

This is why we exist, and the foundation upon which everything we do is built. Saskatchewan Polytechnic is the driving force that empowers and strengthens our province in everything we do. We encourage an economically and socially stronger, more informed and better-prepared Saskatchewan. We realize opportunities for individuals (learners, staff, faculty, employers) and the collective—Saskatchewan at large. And through our leadership position in Saskatchewan, we establish our reputation nationally and around the world. We have an ultimate reason for being, which inspires not only our vision and mission, but hopefully everyone that connects with Saskatchewan Polytechnic. A-Z Program Listing (

Connect with your future

Our vision defines where we want the strategic plan to take us. As we look forward to this new decade, applied education has never been more critical to our collective success, at home and around the world. Our leadership position comes from a drive to define the reputation of polytechnic education in Canada and establish its role in building a better future. Our mission establishes how we will achieve our vision. Saskatchewan Polytechnic is passionate about creating an environment where lifelong learners gain the knowledge, skills and abilities to achieve and succeed at work, in their communities and in life. We know that by empowering learners to realize their aspirations throughout their learning journey, we are building a better Saskatchewan and a better world.


Your career starts here.

Since 1982, McKay Career Training has helped Saskatoon college students quickly transition from the classroom to the workplace. Our programs target the relevant, marketable skills and training that are required in many of today’s most in-demand fields. It’s a winning formula that has helped our graduates find long-lasting, meaningful employment in the career they’ve always wanted. Find out how McKay can help you find the program that aligns best with your future goals, and how we can help you achieve those goals in a matter of months. Our School | McKay Career Training (

Get on the career path you’ve always wanted.

No matter your interests or career goals, McKay Career Training has a program designed to get you from the classroom to the workplace in a matter of months. Our programs focus on the core training and knowledge that employers look for so you’re able to quickly transition into job opportunities with skill and confidence. A proud Saskatoon college! Apply online today, and one of our admissions advisors will be in touch as soon as your application is processed.


  • Low teacher-to-student ratio
  • Our streamlined programs
  • Experienced instructors
  • Our above-average job placement rate
  • Our convenient location
  • A leading college in Saskatoon
    Let us Prove it to you 😊


Schulte Industries prides itself on providing a selection of high quality rotary cutters, rock removal equipment and snow removal equipment. Our products are designed to work hard every day with fewer repairs and less downtime. Our business began in Englefeld, Saskatchewan in 1912 when my Great Grandfather, Casper Schulte opened his blacksmith shop and has grown into an international business serving five continents. From our modern facility in Saskatchewan we manufacture innovative and high quality products, to serve varying customer needs, and ship all over the world.

Our parts business, through a network of company and dealers warehouses around the world, ensures timely delivery of spare parts for our customers. Our customers include ranchers, farmers, airports, provincial , state, municipal and federal governments and independent contractors. Through our administration, manufacturing and sales organizations we work hard to live up to our values of: Quality, Service, Value and Trust

TOP 10 Reasons to Work at Schulte Industries:

1 Shifts are 4/10 (day or night) 3/12 (weekend)
2 Competitive wages
3 Group registered company pension plan
4 Quarterly incentive bonus program
5 Benefits package with a health spending account
6 No rotating from day shift to night shift
7 Strong safety culture
8 Employee appreciation events
9 Quarterly safety incentive bonus program
10 Wellness spending account



Métis Nation-Saskatchewan (MN-S) is a government that represents Métis citizens in Saskatchewan. The Metis Nation Legislative Assembly (MNLA) is the governing authority of MN-S, made up of the Presidents of Métis Locals and the Provincial Métis Council. The MNLA has the authority to enact legislation, regulations, rules and resolutions governing the affairs and conduct of the Métis in Saskatchewan. Métis Nation–Saskatchewan (MN–S) is always looking for dynamic individuals to join our team. For general employment inquiries or to apply for a position, email [email protected]. Careers | Métis Nation Saskatchewan (



We believe that every individual:

  • Is an important member of the community
  • has the right to be treated with respect, dignity and equality
  • has the right to access quality holistic health services
  • has the right to confidentiality
  • has the right to participate in his or her own Health Care


  • Extended Health Care (Medicare Supplement)
  • Emergency Travel Assistance
  • Dental Care
  • Short Term Disability (Weekly Indemnity)
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Life Coverage
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment
  • Employee Assistance Program

Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch is a not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to working with vulnerable persons. We operate therapeutic group homes for vulnerable youth, and individuals who are developmentally delayed.


Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch provides therapeutic support through trauma-informed social, cultural, and educational programs to children, youth, adults, and families. We work collaboratively with individuals and community partners toward outcomes that improve the lives of those we support.


We strive toward a community where all individuals have the opportunities and support they require to experience success and belonging at home, at school, and in the community.


PBCN Ambulance is located in the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation community of Pelican Narrows in north-east Saskatchewan. The service area has an estimate population of 7000 and includes the communities of Pelican Narrows, Sandy Bay, Deschambault Lake, Jan Lake and other locations along Highway 165 (Hanson Lake Road). The nearest receiving hospital is in Flin Flon, Manitoba (between 120 – 190 kms) or Prince Albert, SK (between 328 – 450 km). The average monthly call volume is approximately 150. EMS may provide support at the local health centre when requested and available.


Health Networks: Team-Based Care

Health Networks are collaborative teams of health professionals, including physicians and community partners, working to provide integrated services to meet the health needs of individuals and communities. Health Networks are working to ensure our patients get the right care, at the right time, from the right health care provider, as close to home as possible. They aim to deliver health-care services closest to where the patient lives/works. Networks will provide care that is accessible, coordinated, timely and centered on the needs of the patient by adapting to the needs of the specific population for that geographic area.

We’re hiring!

We are currently hiring for a wide range of positions throughout the province, from entry-level positions to trained health-care professionals. We offer comprehensive benefits along with rewarding career opportunities focused on improving the health and well-being of the people of Saskatchewan. If you’re looking to apply on a job or learn more about working at the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), click here Careers | SaskHealthAuthority

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