Whether you are a skilled professional, a recent graduate, or seeking a fresh start in Canada, the Thunder Bay 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 Thunder Bay Career Fair and Training Expo.

Join Us at the COLUMBUS CENTRE DOWNTOWN. Located at 301 May Street. South, Thunder Bay, Ontario. P7E 1B72. Bookmark and check this page regularly for the updated LISTING OF EXHIBITORS. CLICK HERE FOR VENUE WEBSITE AND DIRECTIONS


The Thunder Bay Police Service is committed to working in partnership with the public to serve and protect our communities in a sensitive, efficient, and effective manner. The Thunder Bay Police Service offers the opportunity for a long and rewarding careers in law enforcement.

The Thunder Bay Police Service values diversity and supports inclusion as an equal opportunity employer. The Thunder Bay Police Service is dedicated to developing and promoting professionally skilled employees who reflect the community we serve. We are currently accepting applications for the positions below and encourage all candidates who are seeking a rewarding career in policing, who value diversity and are committed to providing our community with exceptional service to apply. Careers | Thunderbay (

Dilico is a diverse and dynamic team of more than 450 professionals caring for the physical mental, emotional and spiritual health of Anishinabek children, families and communities. Our team provides a range of responsive individual, family and community programs and services for the complete life journey of all Anishinabek people. Working with children during their early years is simply one of the most fulfilling and rewarding careers. It provides a chance to make a lasting difference in someone’s life and be connected to children’s future growth and success. Dilico employees support children to become healthy and happy people. The organization currently has numerous employment positions available in several departments such as Child Welfare, Administration, Health, and Mental Health and Addictions, along with open positions including social workers, nurses, counsellors, health professionals, youth workers and many casual positions in all services.

Dilico is committed to a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier free. Reasonable accommodations will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Applicants may make accommodation requests for the recruitment and selection process by contacting Human Resources.

Dilico is dedicated and has a legal duty (Ontario Public Health Directives and Regulations) to implement measures to provide protection for children, families and staff and other stakeholders from COVID-19. To comply with these legal obligations, Dilico has a mandatory vaccination policy. Exemptions will be made for those with a valid medical exemption; proof of the exemption will be required. Employment | Dilico

Jobs, equipment, history, operations, ranks, medals and demo teams. Join the Cadets. Services and benefits for Canadian Forces members.


Join the Regular Force (Full-Time). 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.

Join the Reserves (Part-Time). 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.

Naval Experience Program. The Naval Experience Program will provide you with enough exposure to life in the Royal Canadian Navy to decide if it is right for you. Following an accelerated enrollment, eight week basic military training and four week naval training, you will join the Navy fleet on either the East or West coast. Over the course of several months, you will learn the ropes of being a sailor by shadowing a variety of jobs and gaining exposure to a number of skills. The program culminates with going to sea portion, so you can get a sense of the adventure found in a naval career.

Paid Education. The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) has a number of paid education programs for a first-class education that will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career in the Canadian Armed Forces. Graduates of our programs are leaders in their fields, working with cutting edge technology, developing military strategies and making a difference in their communities.

Programs for Indigenous Peoples

  • Indigenous Leadership Opportunity Year. A one-year educational program offered to Indigenous peoples through the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC)
  • Summer training programs. Summer Indigenous programs provide an opportunity to discover Military culture and training.
  • Canadian Armed Forces Indigenous Entry Program. A special three-week program for Indigenous peoples who are considering a career in the CAF.


Why become an officer?

Our members are treated as part of a team, and we are passionately committed to the health and well-being of our officers.

Rewarding opportunities in community. Public Safety is at the forefront for all of our employees at NAPS. Similarly, community service is also a priority for the Service. We pride ourselves in getting to know the members we serve and being a part of the community. As most people want to be police officers because they want to help others, there are plenty of opportunities to accomplish this while working at NAPS. You are able to attend local events such as feasts, gatherings, pow wows, Halloween parades, the school etc and by being a role model and connecting with the community members organic and personal interactions.

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO EXPLORE. NAPS officers working throughout Northern Ontario have access to natural resources. If you are an outdoors enthusiast, then NAPS is the service for you. When an officer is actively engaged with the community, he/she serves, the community responds with respect and inclusiveness to that of a close-knit family. Another gem of working with NAPS are the Northern Lights seen across the night skies. Join NAPS!

We are one of North America’s largest deployed police services with more than 5,800 uniformed officers, 2,600 civilian employees and 600 Auxiliary officers. We provide essential services that ensure the safety and security of the people of the Province of Ontario. The OPP is a division of the Ministry of the Solicitor General, the largest operational ministry in the province with a presence in every community across Ontario. We are the largest police service in Ontario and the second largest in Canada.

The Ontario Provincial Police is dedicated to ensuring open, accessible, equitable and respectful workplaces, and is committed to reflecting the diverse communities it serves. We encourage applications from members of our diverse communities, including Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, women, persons from racialized groups, 2SLGBTQ+ persons, those who are able to speak fluently in another language(s), and anyone committed to a rewarding career in public service. The Ontario Provincial Police is an equal opportunity employer and accommodations will be provided in all stages of our hiring processes as necessary.

The Ontario Provincial Police offers many career paths for both uniform and non-uniform employment. Apply today to become aProvincial Constable, explore opportunities for civilian employmentor volunteer as a member of the OPP Auxiliary


The Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) serves 33 First Nation communities in the Sioux Lookout region in Ontario, Canada. Mandated by the leadership in these communities, our organization is dedicated to strengthening First Nations by contributing in unique ways to a strong health system for the Anishinabe.

The health system has many partners with varying degrees of responsibility:

  • First Nations
  • Tribal Councils
  • Government of Canada – Treaty responsibilities
  • Other health organizations (e.g. Nishnawbe Aski Nation, etc.)
  • Date : March 6, 2024
  • Time : 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (America/Toronto)
  • Reg. Deadline : December 31, 2023 12:00 pm
  • Venue : Columbus Centre - 301 May St S, Thunder Bay

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