Exhibitor Profile

Exhibitor names and profiles will be posted as registration proceeds. Check regularly for updates.
 

Saskatchewan Building Trades

The Saskatchewan Building Trades is an organization composed
of affiliated unions representing organized construction workers
in Saskatchewan. 

The main purpose of the Saskatchewan Building Trades is to
promote and assist all construction workers and their families
in achieving a high standard of living. The Council also
promotes the education and training of workers in the
construction industry.

Website: http://www.saskbuildingtrades.com/





 
 

Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission

Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade
Certification Commission (SATCC) is responsible to
monitor the range of skills learned on the job and to schedule the
apprentice into technical training when it’s time.

Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) raises awareness of
apprenticeship in Saskatchewan schools by helping young people
discover what rewards come with being a Youth Apprentice and  
working in the skilled trades. SYA enhances student career
development by exploring the world of opportunities skilled trades
offer Saskatchewan Youth.

Website: http://saskapprenticeship.ca/

 
 



 
 

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology (SIIT):
Battlefords Industrial Career Centre

SIIT is one of the four educational institutions with credit granting
authority in Saskatchewan. Our SIIT offers certificate and
diploma programs in the areas of trades and trades and industrial,
business and technology, health and community studies, and adult
basic education to more than 2,400 students annually.

Website: http://www.siit.ca/

 

saskatchewan indian institute of technology (siit):
job connections unit

Job Connections assists clients in First Nations communities to address their
career development needs. Employing an intake, assessment, and pre-employment
workshop model, Job Connections can customize services for any community.

 

north west college job coach

Job coaches assist their clients in identifying personal goals, developing leadership
skills and planning career moves. Daily duties may include helping clients search for
new employment opportunities, providing feedback on resumes or cover letters and
strategizing for a successful job interview. They also hold workshops (resume,
job readiness, portfolios) to name a few, including tours (employment or education),
career workplace exploration, career cruising, network and maintain relationships
to actively promote career opportunities.

Job Coaches at North West College will help students as well as the general public.
In addition to students and recent graduates, clients may include the unemployed
as well as indiiduals with disabilities who need assistance in functioning in a workplace,
or those looking to change or upgrade careers.

 

great plains college

Great Plains College offers Administratie Assistant, Business, Heavy Equipment Operator,
Boom Truck, Crane & Hoist operator, Power Engineering, Practical Nursing, Socal Work, University,
Welding and Youth Care Worker throughout six locations in Saskatchewan.  Our Scholarship
program and athletics teams set us apart from the rest. Our comfortable class size makes
for a personal, supportive and productive learning environment. Check us out at
greatplainscollege.ca for program, application and scholarship information.

 

 

Lakeland College

Established in 1913, Lakeland College is a place of possibility
that serves more than 8,300 students every year at its
campuses in Vermilion, Alta., and Lloydminster, Alta./Sask.,
and through online and off-site programs and courses.
Lakeland offers programming in the areas of agricultural
sciences, business, energy, environmental sciences, fire
and emergency services, health and wellness, human
services, interior design technology, trades and technology,
and university transfer.

Website: http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/

 
 
 

Loraas Environmental Services

Established in 1965, Loraas Environmental Services is
Saskatchewan’s leader in waste transfer and recycling
services. They offer the most advanced recycling and
waste management services available anywhere in
Canada.

Website: https://www.loraas.ca/

 


Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment

Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment was
established in 2006 to assist Saskatchewan’s Métis looking
to improve their educational and employment outcomes.

Programs are based on labour market needs and trends, and
clients may receive financial support through help with tuition,
living allowances, and employer subsidies where eligible.

Website: https://gdins.org/

 


Gold Eagle Casino

Through the operation of six First Nations gaming entertainment
destinations, the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) is
strengthening the lives of First Nations people through employment,
economic growth, and positive community relations.

One of its base of operations is the Gold Eagle Casino, west central 
Saskatchewan’s entertainment destination.  Located in North
Battleford along the Yellowhead Highway, the casino has become
a regular stop for area residents and travellers since opening in
1996. The Gold Eagle Casino provides a unique First Nations
entertainment experience for its patrons in a facility that
includes a licensed gaming floor bar, restaurant and
multi-purpose facility.

Website: http://goldeaglecasino.ca/

 

 


MC College

MC College is Canada's leading educator in Hairstyling, Esthetics
and Fashion Design training. We have six campuses located across
Western Canada, our first locations in Edmonton and Calgary have
been established training institutions since 1925 and opened in Saskatoon
in 1980. MC College empowers future professionals for the beauty and
fashion industry with skills to change their lives and enjoy rewarding careers.

Website: http://www.mccollege.ca/

 

 


Saskatchewan Polytechnic Student Recruitment

Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves 28,000 distinct
students through applied learning opportunities at
campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and
Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education
opportunities. Programs serve every economic and public
service sector. As a polytechnic, the organization provides
the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student
need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs,
and apprenticeship training. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise
to support innovation by employers, and providing
students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.

Website: http://saskpolytech.ca/

   


University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan, situated in the vibrant
city of Saskatoon on Treaty Six territory and the traditional
 homeland of the Métis, and on one of Canada’s most
beautiful campuses, is grounded in the character of a
dynamic, forward-looking province. We have a
well-deserved reputation for creativity, collaboration,
and achievement. Supported by an innovative, energetic
faculty, staff, student, and alumni community, and by
a research infrastructure unique in Canada, we deliver
across Saskatchewan and beyond one
of Canada’s widest arrays of academic and professional programs.

Website: http://www.usask.ca/

   


Aluma Systems

Aluma Systems, Inc., a Brand Energy and Infrastructure
Services company, delivers high-efficiency concrete
forming and shoring solutions to projects ranging from
hotels and stadiums to airports and power plants. Brand
operates under the highly respected name Aluma Systems
in the Infrastructure Services market.

Website: https://www.formwork.aluma.ca/

 

 


City of North Battleford

The City of North Battleford is home to approximately
14,000 people and is the hub of economic activity in
Northwest Saskatchewan. More than 15,000 people rely
on the daily services provided by the 160 employees of the
City of North Battleford. There are several departments,
each with a varying amount of administrative and labourer
positions. 

Link: http://www.cityofnb.ca/

   

discovery coop

Incorporated in 1932, Discovery Co-op has grown into a diversified locally owned
retailing business. We are a unique organization as we are locally invested, community
minded, and provide lifetime membership benefits to our members. We live and work
in the local community and return earnings to local members, either in equity or cash
and ensure that the money stays in the community. We are corporately responsible by
supporting a wide range of charitable and community origanizations that contribute
to the social, cultural and recreational needs of our community.

With us, learning never stops. Opportunities are only limited by your ability, motivation
and imagination. Here are your career paths with Discovery Co-op.

-  Agro Centre and Farm Supply, Cafe, Cardlock and bulk fuel, FF2 Fashions,
    Finance/Administration, Food Store, Bas Gar and Convenience store, Home Centre
    (Hardware & Lumber) Human Resources, Information Technology, Maintenance,
     Management, Marketing, Pharmacy, Sporting Goods.

We accept applications for employment all year around.  You can drop of your resume
at the Administration Office. All of our current opportunities are found on our website at www.discoverycoop.com.

 

 

sasktel

 

rcmp proactive recruiting

 

canadian armed forces

Over 100 career options. Lifelong learning opportunities. Excellent pay and benefits. Find a job with the Forces that match your skill set and career ambitions. 

Website:  http://Canada.ca/forces-jobs