Whether you are a graduate, unemployed, new to Canada, a seasoned veteran looking to change careers, or even a student new to the workforce, Canada Job Expo is a great place to begin your career path. Canada Job Expo provides plenty of information, job resources and discussions and opportunities for employment.
This expo is the most attended job and career event in the Greater Toronto Area with an environment of learning, employment opportunities and a day of professional interactions.
Our past events have included major Canadian employers like Apple Canada, CIBC, Rogers Communications, Labatt Breweries, Ministry of Community Security and Correctional Services, Bell Canada, Canada Post, ADT Canada, Desjardins, Moosehead Breweries, Toronto Police, Ontario Public Service (Ministry of Govt. Services) and a host of employers from Alberta, Manitoba, British Columbia as well as International Organizations from The United States, China and South Korea.
(Please note the above paragraph says PAST employers, for a current list of exhibitors please check our website. The list will be updated as we receive registrations.)
This expo brings Canadian employers, various organizations and educational institutions together with skilled workers and students for a day of learning and employment opportunities. There are five free optional workshops available. For further information, please visit www.canadajobexpo.com
This event is FREE to job seekers and those in between careers. Everyone is welcome to attend and gain something out of it. There are no restrictions on who can attend.
For organizations/employers looking to register a booth with us, please contact us for further details, cost, registration process etc.
If you are outside Canada we are unable to help you with invitation letters, visa help and/or job offers.
We surpassed the original number of candidates we anticipated for this event hence the event was showing as ‘sold-out’ however we have opened up another 1000 job-seeker/candidate registration slots. Please register at the earliest and avoid disappointment.