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


The RCMP offers an exceptional career, letting you make a real difference in your community and your country.
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.

Website: http://www.rcmpcareers.ca




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/



WorkSafe Saskatchewan is a partnership between the Saskatchewan Worker's Compensation Board and the
Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety. Formed in 2002 out of a need to reduce the number of
workplace injuries and fatalities, the partners work through an integrated provincial injury prevention strategy
to deliver programs that move Saskatchewan towards zero workplace injuries.

WorkSafe is an advocate for Mission: Zero - an initiative that launched in 2008 by the partners in response to
Saskatchewan having the second worst injury rate in Canada. Mission: Zero is a call to action and goal for
employers and companies to achieve zero workplace injuries, zero fatalities, and zero suffering by families.

Website: http://www.worksafesask.ca/



Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan (AITC-SK) partners with the agriculture and education communities
to connect kids and agriculture through innovative, experiential, curriculum-based programs and resources.

Website: https://www.aitc.sk.ca/ 




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/



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/


CanSafe Inc. 

CANSAFE Inc. is a Western Canadian company specialized in providing competency based skill enhancement training
for industry. Our company is fully prepared to deliver all training courses and programs where ever you need them.
Our instructors use the latest in specialized training equipment, audio visual training aides and course materials. We
are recognized by government for our Certified Industrial Safety Training and our Human Resource development
courses. Our courses have been recognized and offered through many prestigious educational institutions in Alberta,
Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

Website: https://www.cansafesafety.com/


Olds College

Founded in 1913, Olds College has been offering quality hands-on education for over a century. Our programs equip
students with the knowledge and hands-on skills to enter a variety of careers in areas that they are passionate about.
Our small class sizes allow students to connect with their instructors and classmates, creating an environment where
it's easy to learn and ask questions. We work closely with industry to advance and adapt our progrogramming to
ensure our graduates have the skills to succeed.

Olds College offers a variety of certificate, diploma and applied degree options in the following areas: Agriculture,
Agriculture Technology, Animal Science, Brewing, Business, Equine, Fashion, Horticulture, Land & Environment, Meat
Processing, Tourism, and Trades & Apprenticeships. 

Website: https://www.oldscollege.ca



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/



Husky is a Canadian-based energy company with operations in Western Canada, the Atlantic Region, the United States,
and Asia Pacific. As a fully integrated energy company, we rely on skilled tradespeople to support both our upstream and
downstream operations. Electricians, millwrights, scaffolders, pipefitters, welders, and instrumentation technicians are
just some of the tradespeople who support our operations. At all of our sites, we focus on safety to protect the public,
employees, and the environment. Join Husky today to be a part of its bright future!

Website: http://www.huskyenergy.com


Pattison Agriculture Limited

Pattison Agriculture is an authorized John Deere dealership serving 17 locations in Saskatchewan and 2 in Western
Manitoba. With over 50 years of experience in the agricultural industry, and 500 employees, we at Pattison Agriculture
are committed to providing the complete equipment solutions experience for every individual customer. We strive to
provide industry-leading technology, agronomic services, and support to ensure our customers are leading the way
into the future of the industry. From traditional products like combines, tractors, seeders, and sprayers, to the latest
technological advances that support the increased productivitiy of farmers, we are dedicated to the continual growth
and support of our customers and the communities in which they live.

Website: http://www.PattisonAg.com


Conservation Officer Service

Conservation Officers (COs) are uniformed field staff who are responsible for protecting our environment and making
sure natural resources such as fish and wildlife are used wisely. While their primary role is environmental law 
enforcement - they have the authority of police officers - COs are also kept busy doing public relations, resource 
management work (e.g. wildlife surveys) and promoting healthy environments and ecosystems. COs work outdoors daily,
and often in isolated wilderness areas.

Website: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/environment



Gabriel Dumont Institute

The mission of Gabriel Dumont Institute is to promote the renewal and development of Métis culture through research;
materials development, collection, and distribution; and design, development, and delivery of Métis-specific educational
programs and services.

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 employers subsidies where eligible. 

Website: https://gdins.org/


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://forces.ca/en/



Hairstylist is a pre-employment certificate program.

This program will provide you with practical experience in a salon while helping you complete your 1500 hour
pre-employment program. You will learn how to perform techniques on hair, wigs, hairpieces, skin and nails.
You will also develop artistry, salon management and customer service skills. The program provides an
apprenticeship period of up to two years. 

Website - Battleford Campus: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=451&NavID=8&loc=1267
Website - Tangles - on campus Hair Salon in Battleford: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=431&NavID=8

Website - Meadow Lake Campus: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=556&NavID=8&loc=1385


NORTH WEST COLLEGE Esthetician - Skin Care Technician

Esthetician - Skin Care Technician is a certificate program delivered on-campus in the evenings. It provides
knowledge and skill development in preventative skin care and treatments to keep skin healthy and attractive. You
will receive training in skin care and facials; make-up and application techniques; eyebrow shaping; waxing and
tinting; eyelash application and tinting; manicures; pedicures; epilation/unwanted hair removal; specialized skin
care; and spa and body treatments.

Website: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=461&NavID=8&loc=1279



The Welding pre-employment certificate program provides knowledge and skill development in operating welding
equipment and performing basic welding operations using current welding practices. You will receive training in:
oxy-acetylene fusion welding, ARC, MIG and TIG welding processes, operating fabrication equipment, using
blueprints, general shop practice, shop safety.

Website - Battlefords Campus: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=567&NavID=8&loc=1396
Website -
Meadow Lake Campus: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=419&NavID=8&loc=1223



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/



North West College serves over 2,600 students, each year in northwestern Saskatchewan with campuses in Meadow
Lake and the Battlefords. Committed to rural and indigenous education, North West offers programs at over 20 rural
sites each year including several in First Nations communities. North West acts as a brokering agent for Saskatchewan Polytechnic (formerly SIAST), the University of Regina, and the University of Saskatchewan. These partnerships allow us
to offer a variety of hands-on learning opportunities in programs including trades, community services, health and
business as well as a variety of learning opportunities that prepare students for any career path. North West College also offers classes in Adult Basic Education, English as an Additional Language, industry safety tickets, general interest courses
and online classes.

Website: https://northwestcollege.ca/


RedHead Equipment

At Redhead Equipment, we provide our customers with more than just heavy equipment - we provide them with a
team that is willing to do whatever it takes to keep them productive. 

Website: https://redheadequipment.ca 


NORTH WEST COLLEGE Plumbing & Pipefitting

The 17 week Plumbing & Pipefitting Applied Certificate program provides entry level knowledge and hands-on skill
development in plumbing installation, water supplies, waste systems and plumbing fixtures. The pass mark for each
course is 60%.

Website - Meadow Lake Campus: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=359&NavID=8&loc=1138



Meridian Surveys is a leading provider of survey services in the resource, pipeline, and municipal sector. Meridian
was founded in 1966 and operates out of nine offices in western Canada. Meridian is the only major Saskatchewan
land survey firm that is owned and operated by Saskatchewan people - our roots and loyalties reside in the Prairie

Website: https://www.meridiansurveys.ca/



The Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association is an organization of professional land surveyors who are registered to practice in accordance with the provisions of the Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Act of Saskatchewan. Professional land surveyors are responsible for the confirmation of existing property boundaries and creation of new boundaries through the subdivision process.

As a self-regulated profession, the Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association administers the profession and regulates
the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public. In order to maintain the public's expected standards of
integrity and technical knowledge, the association establishes minimum standards for admission to the profession,
continuing education of its licensed members and the practice of professional land surveying. It also investigates formal complaints from the public, and disciplines its members when necessary.

Website: https://www.slsa.sk.ca/


Pup-Tacular Paws Doggy Day Spa

We offer a full doggy spa experience. Bath, brush, nails, glands, trims, and shaves. Don't forget the cuddles, playtime,
and LOTS of affection towards all our clients! We accept all dogs big and small.

Fun creative hair cuts for your dogs and cats! From tiny, small, medium, large to extra large, we do them all!

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Pup-Tacular-paws-Doggy-Day-Spa-707377156047420/


Office To Advance Women Apprentices Saskatchewan (OAWA - Saskatchewan)

OAWA works with female apprentices once they complete their in school training to assist them in finding employment opportunities with the ultimate goal of achieving journeyperson status. OAWA has established partnerships with
employers, unions, government and training institutions in helping to accomplish these goals.

Website: http://www.womenapprentices.ca/saskatchewan



Great Plains College offers Administrative Assistant, Business, Heavy Equipment Operator, Boom Truck, Crane & Hoist Operator, Power Engineering, Practical Nursing, Social 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 out our website for program,
application and scholarship information.

Website: https://www.greatplainscollege.ca/


Canmar Occupational Testing

Canmar was founded in Swift Current, SK in 2014. It is owned by Chantelle Emery who also has 7+ established hearing
clinic locations in Saskatchewan. She really believes in protecting employers and businesses from unreliable employees,
workers claims causing increased WCB premiums, and higher theft rates. This can all be reduced by implementing our 
occupational testing into your business!

We have proven to be efficient, affordable and 100% local. We're very confident you've made the right decision in
choosing us for your occupational testing services. We offer drug and alcohol testing (urine, saliva, and breath), nurse
medicals, hearing testing, custom ear plugs, and spirometry. Call us today for a discussion on how we can reduce your

Website: http://www.canmardrugtesting.com/


Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is an industry-funded, membership-based, non-profit organization
that provides cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice to employers and employees in the construction industry
throughout the province to reduce the human and financial losses associated with injuries. Registered March 22, 1995 the SCSA is, and has been since inception, committed to injury prevention. Serving almost 10,000 member companies, with business offices in both Regina and Saskatoon, the major business units of the association are Advisory Services, Corporate Development, Corporate Services, Program Services and Training. 

Companies that are registered with Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) and fall under the CLASS B - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION rate class are members of the SCSA. SCSA members and supporter members receive preferred pricing on classroom training year-round.

Website: http://www.scsaonline.ca/


Jim Pattison Broadcasting Group LP & Q98 FM

The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group has been informing and entertaining Western Canadians since it commenced operations in 1965 with its first radio station in Vancouver. On radio, television and increasingly online, the Broadcast Group offers the very best in local news, information and entertainment across its stations and portals in communities throughout Western Canada. Each station and online news portal is focused on creating extensive local programming that is relevant to the local communities they serve.

In 2018, The Broadcast Group also acquired 4 radio stations, 2 online news portals and 3 outdoor video displays located in Chilliwack, BC, Whitecourt, AB and Melfort, SK from Fabmar Communications. As part of the company’s evolving digital strategy, and in response to consumer demand for content on multiple platforms, the Broadcast Group launched new radio websites with a focus on streaming audio content. The company’s increasing focus on online news resulted in the launch of three new online news portals in Saskatchewan.

The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group’s award-winning stations are focused on reflecting the stories and events that are important to their local communities. Investing in local on-air talent that understands what is relevant to their audience in every city they service is a key priority. The company also strives to do its part when it comes to helping local charitable causes, donating over $22 million of air-time in support of their communities.

Start you day with Nic on The Early Show and keep it rolling with the 9to5 Most Music Workday and all of the BIGGEST hits 24/7!

Website: https://jpbroadcast.com/ & https://www.q98.ca/



NORTH WEST COLLEGE Heavy Equipment & Truck & Transport Technician

The Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician program gives you basic training in two high-demand mechanical trades at once. Heavy duty equipment technicians work on large mobile equipment—bulldozers, cranes, graders, loaders and earthmovers used in construction, mining, forestry and more. Truck and transport mechanics work on trucks, buses and highway transport vehicles for dealers, garages and transportation companies.

Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician is a one-year certificate program. Build the knowledge and skills you need to service, maintain, diagnose and repair heavy equipment, trucks, buses and transport vehicles. You’ll get training in:

  • air conditioning and heating systems
  • brake, steering and suspension systems
  • electrical and hydraulic systems
  • engines, fuel systems and power trains
  • equipment operation and maintenance
  • trade math and blueprint reading
  • use of shop equipment and tools
  • welding 

Website - Meadow Lake Campus: https://northwestcollege.ca/program.html?ProgramID=307&NavID=8&loc=1055


Access Communications

Incorporated in 1974, Access Communications operates as a not-for-profit, community-owned service co-operative. Our members include both community organizations and individuals. In keeping with our mandate, all profits are reinvested in improving the quality and scope of our services. 

Today, we employ over 300 people, with offices and community programming studios in Regina, Estevan, North Battleford, Weyburn, La Ronge, Humboldt, Melfort, Yorkton and Saskatoon. Our operations contribute millions of dollars to the local economies of the communities we serve. Our products have grown for home and business, with Internet, Television, Phone
and Security. Through Access7, our community channels, we provide the opportunity for groups to develop programming and broaden their base of exposure. 

Access Communications has been built on a solid foundation of values and a belief in this province. Our core principles continue to be at the heart of our business and have allowed us to become a shining example of a successful, community-owned co-operative.

Website: https://www.myaccess.coop


Energy Safety Canada

We are Energy Safety Canada, the nation's oil and gas safety association.

Our goal is the same as the industry's: zero injuries, zero incidents. We work side by side with industry to drive safe work performance.

A not-for-profit organization, Energy Safety Canada was launched in October 2017 with the merger of Enform Canada and the Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA). Together, we will continue the work of our legacy organizations to get workers home safely.

Website: http://www.energysafetycanada.com/


Tecvalco Ltd.

Tecvalco Ltd. as Masters Distributors and their dedicated factory trained employees are; through hard work, honesty, integrity, Hard Work, and Quality beyond industry standards providing products that are both great value, and high quality engineered specific to the Natural Gas, City and Municipal, Utility Infrastructure, Manufacturing, and Wholesale Industries in Canada.

Website: https://www.tecvalco.com



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://siit.ca/career-centres/



WPD Ambulance Care began business in 1995. The outstanding success of WPD Ambulance can be attributed to visionary skills in the company and the ability to plan and implement strategies where opportunities are observed. As previously stated, a strategic document has been developed that guides the morals and values of the company. WPD Ambulance has a mutually agreed upon business plan through the company's partnership with the Prairie North Health Region. The success of this partnership is also attributable to the values and morals of WPD Ambulance's vision to be a leading partner in Emergency Mobile Health Services in Saskatchewan.

The WPD Ambulance will continue to pursue opportunities, particularly in the field of emergency mobile health services, to enhance and expand its operations. Of particular note is the increasing potential to expand in the delivery of community-based health services through prevention, treatment and aftercare programs.

Website: http://www.wpdambulance.com/home.html



The North Battleford Fire Department is a highly trained team of professionals dedicated to providing an outstanding 
level of Public Education and Awareness, Fire Prevention and Code Enforcement, Emergency Response (suppression) 
to promote and enhance community safety in the protection of the citizens of North Battleford and surrounding area.

The North Battleford Fire Department is a progressive, proactive organization that manages by objectives to promote 
fire prevention and educational services throughout our community using the three lines of defence: Public Education / Awareness, Fire Prevention and Code Enforcement, Fire Suppression.

Website: https://www.cityofnb.ca/resident_services/protective_and_emergency_services/north_battleford_fire_department.html



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.

Website: http://siit.ca/job-connections/