Welcome to the Red Deer Career Fair and Training Expo.
Meet Canada’s Hiring Companies and Training Institutions.

No matter your field or background, whether you’re a recent graduate, a skilled professional, or seeking a fresh start, Jobs Canada Fair has become the leading destination for thousands of attendees and Exhibitors since 2010. Through hosting 75+ Career Fairs nationwide, we have been a platform of hope and career possibilities where job seekers have secured their dream positions and exhibitors have found exceptional talents to drive their businesses forward. A multisector event where people from all walks of life come together, fostering a supportive network that encourages growth, collaboration, diversity, and inclusion.


NOVEMBER 9TH, 2023 . 1PM-4PM.

The List is not complete. Check this page daily for Exhibitor updates.

Precision delivers safe and sustainable services and technology to the oil and gas industry. We’ve helped countless customers reduce risks and costs at wellsites across the globe thanks to our Target Zero commitment, industry-leading drilling technology, and a demand for High Performance, High Value in every facet of our work.


We’re hiring people driven to be the best and training them to work with the best equipment and technology. As part of our commitment to our people, we continually develop their skills and create new opportunities for advancement. Through our Total Rewards program, we encourage employee ownership and smart retirement savings.

At Precision, the welfare of our people is our top priority. We’ve established a Target Zero culture, where the only acceptable target for injuries is zero. Thanks to this commitment, we’re recognized as an industry leader in safety. Precision’s Passionate People are well trained, locally engaged, excited about contributing, invested in outcomes, and committed to High Value results. We thrive on collaboration, results, and growth.

Make a difference in every part of Canada and around the world – The RCMP is hiring!

The RCMP is seeking motivated team players who are strong communicators, enjoy working with diverse communities, are physically fit and possess strong leadership abilities. All applicants must reflect the core values of the RCMP. These include act with integrity, show respect, demonstrate compassion, take responsibility, serve with excellence. The RCMP offers an exceptional career, letting you make a real difference in local communities and on the national and international stage. No other police force in Canada provides the levels of services and variety offered by the RCMP, as well as opportunities for continued learning and growth. National Home Page | Royal Canadian Mounted Police (

There is no other police force in Canada that provides the levels of services and variety offered by the RCMP. With over 150 specializations a career with the RCMP is full of opportunity for continued learning and growth. If you want to make a difference in your community and your country, explore what we have to offer.

Correctional services

The main functions of the Correctional Services Division include:

  • overseeing court orders and sentences
  • assessing inmates’ and youths’ needs and risks
  • assisting and encouraging inmates and youths to use programs and services to develop their skillsets
  • ensuring facility operations
  • keeping inmates and youths accountable through custody, supervision and work services

Correctional Peace Officers:  Correctional peace officers |

Correctional Service Workers:  Correctional service workers |

Probation Officers: Probation officers |

The Manufacturers Health and Safety Association:

Ever since we became a not-for-profit safety association in 1992, we’ve diligently worked with Alberta employers to reduce injuries and occupational illnesses on worksites. We collaborate with government and industry to offer health and safety programs that help companies become top safety performers. But it’s not just our top-notch products and services that make us a leading health and safety provider. Our most successful factor is our members, over 1600 of them, who employ over 60,000 workers across the province. We are deeply committed to serve as safety advocate for their interests. We owe it to our members to ensure they have a voice when it comes to crucial topics that affect them. Whoever you are, a worker, large employer, small business owner, we’re here to help.

Our Mission

To achieve worksite wellness and reduce occupational injuries and illnesses in the manufacturing industry.

Our Values (What they mean to us)

  • Integrity (Be honest and act with honor)
  • Leadership (The courage to influence a better future for the manufacturing industry)
  • Accountability (We are responsible for giving the manufacturing industry a voice)
  • Collaboration (We work together with organizations and industry to achieve our mission)
  • Passion (Use our drive and commitment to energize, engage, and inspire others)

Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Alberta

SMACNA is a provincial association with membership in Calgary, Edmonton, Camrose, Nisku, Sherwood Park, Red Deer, Sylvan Lake, Airdrie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Redcliff. We are an Association of fellow contractors, suppliers and manufacturers that lobbies for changes and issues that affect it’s members and the HVAC industry. SMACNA gets involved with local and provincial government with regards to code changes, permits, standards of practice, legal issues. etc. Without SMCAA these issues would be forced on industry without any consultation and with little recourse to change them.

SMACNA-AB is the HVAC industry’s voice in Alberta. Our organization continues to work with all levels of government on behalf of our members. Our Technical Liaison Committees in both of our Edmonton and Calgary chapters meet monthly to discuss our members’ issues, whether you are a small contractor or one of the largest in Alberta. We are here to be your voice on the Building and Gas Sub Councils. Municipalities, Alberta Industry Training. SMACNA Alberta has representatives on the Alberta Construction Association on three of their committees: Contracts Committee, Safety-WCB and the Government Action Committee.


Accès Emploi is the only employment service provider mandated to serve french speaking job seekers since April 2002.To serve you better, we offer our services at three locations : Edmonton, Northeast Alberta ( St.Paul, Bonnyville, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Plamondon) and Fort McMurray ( Wood Buffalo).

Funded by the Government of Alberta through Labour and Immigration and Community and Social Services as well as the Government of Canada through Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada and Service Canada, Accès Emploi provides many free of charge employment services and programs to assist our clients to develop useful tools and the necessary skills to find and maintain employment.

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