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It's FREE to attend Jobs Canada Fair but job seeker online registration is required.
Upon online registration, job seeker resumes are made available to recruiters, HR Managers and hiring companies. Job Seekers can get hired prior to the Job Fair.
Attend any Job Fair, Register online to get your ticket. Play online or in person. Thank you to all our exhibitors, visitors, partners and sponsors that promote Jobs Canada flyer with their networks, promote it on their websites, advertise on their social medias, post in their centers and share it with anyone looking for job opportunities.
Registration process, Booth & Floor Plan information piror and during the Job Fair. The Exhibitor Information Centre provides additional information regarding the Registration Form, Registration Free services and Benefits,
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