Welcome to the Saskatoon Career Fair and Training Expo.
Meet Canada’s Hiring Companies and Training Institutions.
LISTING OF EXHIBITORS :
NOVEMBER 14TH, 2023 . 1PM-4PM.
The List is not complete. Check this page daily for Exhibitor updates.
Members of the Regular Force serve full time protecting Canada and defending our sovereignty. They contribute to international peace and security, and work with the United States to defend North America. They are ready to respond at a moment’s notice to threats, natural disasters or humanitarian crises at home and around the world. Members of the Reserve Force serve part time in the CAF. Their main role is to support the Regular Force at home and abroad. Reservists typically serve one or more evenings a week and/or during weekends at locations close to home. Some Reservists may volunteer to be deployed on operations, if there are positions available. Careers | Canadian Armed Forces
NO MATTER YOUR INTERESTS, WHATEVER YOUR GOALS, FIND A CAREER THAT FITS YOU IN THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES
Basic training will teach you the core skills and knowledge to succeed in a military environment. It may be the most demanding experience you have ever had and requires hard work and perseverance. Courses emphasize basic military skills, weapons handling, first aid and ethical values. Since physical fitness is an important part of military service, a large part of the course is spent on fitness training. There are several ways to join the Canadian Armed Forces. Your skills, qualification, background, and ambition will influence your way of entry. Get in touch with a recruiter by visiting our Help Centre to find out which entry option is best for you.
Correctional Service Canada
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
Willow Park Wines & Spirits
Willow Park Wines & Spirits was purchased March 4th, 1994 during the privatization of Alberta’s liquor industry. With retail, wholesale, event and educational departments, Willow Park Wines & Spirits places customer service at the forefront of the business. In January 2023, Willow Park Wines & Spirits was acquired by Calgary Co-op. Positioning ourselves as Trusted Experts, Willow Park Wines & Spirits was quickly acknowledged as Canada’s authority on all things wine, beer, and spirits related. After purchasing historic bottles from Napa Valley, establishing Canada’s first Bordeaux and Scotch Futures program, and collecting rare and personalized bottles from producers around the world, our company gained international recognition for our contributions to the liquor industry.
WHAT IS MÉTIS NATION – SASKATCHEWAN?
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 (metisnationsk.com)
We Better the Lives of Those with Intellectual disabilities
Light of the Prairies is a community-based organization funded by the ministry of Social Services (CLSD). We support adults with intellectual disabilities in a number of programs. Our mission is to better the lives of those with intellectual disabilities, by raising the standard of support, building healthy relationships and creating opportunities for them to invest in and be valued by society.
LiUNA WESTERN CANADA
LiUNA Western Canada is part of the Northwest Region. We represent and service our members in Local Unions throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA) – is the most progressive, aggressive and fastest growing union of construction workers, service, healthcare and other workers in Canada. In Canada and the U.S., we proudly represent 500,000 members throughout North America, with over 100,000 members across Canada. In Canada, LiUNA has over 100,000 proud members and retirees, united through collective bargaining agreements which help earn superior pay, better benefits, better pensions and more opportunities for better lives for our families.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE
We are the men and women who do the hard, dangerous and sometimes dirty work of building and servicing communities throughout North America. LIUNA members are at the forefront of the construction, service and energy industries. United through collective bargaining our members earn family-supporting pay, good benefits, with the opportunity for advancement. LIUNA is also one of the most diverse and effective unions. We not only provide representation in the construction sector, we also assist our members working in healthcare, manufacturing and production and service sectors.
Focus on the future
Armtec has spent over 110 years supplying the most innovative drainage equipment, dynamically designed to support roadways, stormwater, rehabilitation, and erosion control. Armtec excels in providing custom, cost-effective solutions that will bring clarity to even the most challenging projects. We also understand the importance of keeping your projects on time and within budget. When our engineering expertise and unique approach to customer service align, you can count on innovative infrastructure that keeps your projects flowing forward.
Armtec is one of Canada’s oldest and largest manufacturers of steel and HDPE drainage products. We are a proud member of the WGI Westman Group of companies, a dynamic entrepreneurial group that values safety, health, community, relationships, growth, and fiscal responsibility. Armtec is always looking for positive, dependable, and highly motivated candidates to join our team.
SaskAbilities is an inclusive organization, welcoming individuals of all abilities. Our organizational culture focuses on creating a positive and progressive working environment with competitive salaries, benefits and opportunity for continued professional development. Our staff members and volunteers are the heart of our organization and integral to our success in providing services to people experiencing disability throughout Saskatchewan. We have locations in Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Yorkton, Moose Jaw and Prince Albert. Career Opportunities – SaskAbilities
The YWCA Saskatoon is a welcoming and vibrant community-based organization that provides preventative and emergent services to women and their families. Since 1910, we have been a place for people to find stability, grow together, overcome personal obstacles and gain a new respect for their abilities and passion.
Working for the Greater Good
YWCA Saskatoon is a vibrant organization providing inclusive community services in Treaty Six territory and the homelands of the Métis peoples since 1910.Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, YWCA Saskatoon plays a vital role in providing a wide range of social programs and advocacy throughout the community. The Association has an annual budget of $4 million with over 100 staff and many volunteers.We provide meaningful career opportunities in an inclusive and welcoming organization. We value diversity among our employees and are proud that our staff members share a passion and commitment for making a difference in the lives of women and their families.
Saskatchewan Intercultural Association is an impact, non-profit organization founded in 1964. Since our beginning, the SIA has been committed to supporting cultural groups retain their distinctive cultural identity, language and arts while also integrating and feeling accepted in the community. We aspire to build an equitable community that accepts and celebrates all cultures. To promote intercultural understanding and the retention of cultural identity and language to fully include Newcomers and Indigenous peoples in Canadian society.