Spring 2012 marks 10 years and 20 editions in T.O.
- Biannual Show Returns to Toronto’s Metro Convention Centre April 4-5, 2012 -
(Toronto) – With so much talk about the presently high unemployment rate in Canada, The National Job Fair & Training Expo returns to Toronto to offer visitors everything from recruitment to education all under one roof. The 20th edition, presented in collaboration with major sponsors Toronto SUN, 24 Hours, Employment Ontario and Government of Saskatchewan, and associate sponsors Employment News, The Job Guide, The Career Foundation, ACCES Employment and Newcomer Startup, comes to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building, Exhibit Hall C) from April 4-5, 2012.
“After ten years of organizing this event in Toronto, through good economies and bad, I have noticed that it is a good barometer of Ontario’s and Canada’s employment,” says Daniel Levesque, President and Founder, Show Manager. “At this edition, we expect about 185 to 190 booths, which would be the largest ever in the twenty editions since 2002. For sure, we will celebrate our 10th anniversary with one of our biggest fairs ever in Toronto. And a bigger fair means more employers, which means more jobs.”