Whether you are a skilled professional, a recent graduate, or seeking a fresh start in Canada, the Fort McMurray Career Fair and Training Expo could be your next career breakthrough in 2024. Meet Canada’s Hiring Companies and Training Institutions. Expand your professional network, engage with multiple industries and gain knowledge on the current job market. Don’t miss the Fort McMurray Career Fair and Training Expo.

Join Us at the STONEBRIDGE HOTEL DOWNTOWN. Located at 9713 Hardin Street. Fort McMurray. Alberta. T9H 1L2. Bookmark and check this page regularly for the updated LISTING OF EXHIBITORS. CLICK HERE FOR VENUE WEBSITE AND DIRECTIONS



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 |

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.

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.

Acden began as a labour services company consisting of one truck and ten employees. Owned by the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN), Acden is now one of Canada’s largest Indigenous corporations. Since its inception, our corporation has grown steadily and now encompasses multiple companies and ~1,800 employees. Acden remains focused on the integration of all companies to offer full service, scalable packages that are tailored to meet the evolving and diverse needs of our clients.

At Acden, we’re building a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes inclusivity, and supports the professional development of all employees. Acden is a dynamic and exciting place to work and we are consistently expanding our capabilities and service offerings. Acden provides outstanding opportunities for employees who want to grow in roles that are challenging and rewarding for their careers. If you are a likeminded, career driven individual, you’re in the right place.​ Acden Careers

The Autism Society of the RMWB is committed to creating an inclusive community through programs that support and understand autistic individuals in our region and ALL those living with neurodiversity and disabilities and supporting their families across their life span.

The Autism Society of the RMWB originated from a group of parents, looking to create a network of supports for families in our community. Today, the organization offers programming for children and adults of all differing abilities and has the capacity to assist families and individuals to navigate additional services, as well as support them through their journey. By providing a variety of educational presentations as well as engaging in community events, we continue to strive to create an inclusive community.

The Association for Workplace Tragedy Family Support, known as Threads of Life, is a Canadian registered charity dedicated to supporting families after a workplace fatality, life-altering injury or occupational disease. Our network of family members and corporate partners believes traumatic workplace injuries, occupational diseases and deaths are preventable.

Our mission, vision and values capture what we do and aim to achieve. We are guided by a board of directors comprised of family members affected by workplace tragedy and experts from Canada’s workplace health and safety community. Our work is accomplished by volunteers, and we document our progress in annual reports.

Since 1973, Sureway has built a legacy as a leader in the construction industry. Leveraging our knowledge, experience, and ambition, we’ve formed strong partnerships and a diverse project portfolio. We’ve earned our reputation as one of Alberta’s most trusted construction companies.

Our experienced engineers, project managers, superintendents and craft workers provide the proven solutions that the Sureway name stands for. Our complex located in south-east Edmonton is our central hub for our team of professional, administrative and technical employees. The self-constructed 200,000 ft² complex was specifically designed with room for future growth, together with state of the art infrastructure to support equipment rebuild and maintenance.

  • Date : February 28, 2024
  • Time : 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (America/Toronto)
  • Reg. Deadline : December 31, 2023 12:00 pm
  • Venue : Stonebridge Hotel - 9713 Hardin St, Fort McMurray.

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