Toronto Career Fair - Jobs Canada Fair
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EXHIBITION LOCATIONS: QUEEN ELIZABETH BUILDER
180 PRINCES BLVD TORONTO ON M6K3C3
Welcome to the Toronto Career Fair and Training Expo
Meet with hiring companies and training institutes in Canada.
Don't Miss! Tuesday, May 16, 2023 From 1PM to 4:00PM
Next Career Fair: September 19th, 2023 -November 29th, 2023
Join forces with Governments, National Companies and Independent Businesses to provide employment services, career resources and training. Explore Toronto's labour market and build employment relationships. This event is open to everyone in the province, including students, professionals, Canadians, permanent residents and landed immigrants. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Join Canada's largest Career Fairs and Training Expos.
There are 250+ events scheduled to support and help Canada's labour market.
Keep checking back to this page regularly for updates on the Exhibitor list.
The TTC is constantly looking for talented, diverse candidates for available positions. With the support of our community partners, TTC organizes information sessions, recruitment drives and job fairs.
TTC has a variety of career options. We are committed in fostering a positive work environment with a workforce representative of the communities that we serve. We are committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. All candidates are encouraged to apply. The TTC strives to provide accessibility in its recruitment process. TTC Human Resources- Talent Management can be contacted at 416-3934564 for any inquiries regarding accommodations.
Why Work with Us?
Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC) vision is to be a transit system that makes Toronto proud. The TTC has a forward-thinking strategic plan and was recognized as a top employer within the GTA and Canada. The TTC is guided by a strategic plan that is forward-looking. Its vision to become a transit system worthy of Toronto.
Forbes and market research firm Statista partnered to create the first ranking of Canada's best employers for diversity. The list was created by surveying at least 10,000 Canadians who work for companies with at.