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Career Fair in Regina Focusing on New Arrivals From Ukraine

Released on April 5, 2023

Event Features Employers, Employment Agencies and Community Organizations from Across the Province

Today, the Government of Saskatchewan will be hosting a career fair focusing on displaced Ukrainian’s looking for employment. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Queensbury Convention Hall Grand Ballroom, 1700 Elphinstone Street in Regina.

“New arrivals from Ukraine have been through tremendous hardship and the Government of Saskatchewan is committed to making their transition to life in Saskatchewan as smooth as possible,” Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison said. “Finding employment is an important step for newcomers and career fairs like this give jobseekers the chance to network, establish relationships and find meaningful employment in Saskatchewan. We’re bringing together employers and the labour force they need to operate and grow their businesses, and helping individuals find the jobs they need to support themselves, their families and their communities - that is growth that works for everyone.” 

Approximately 80 employers, employment agencies, community organizations and chambers of commerce from across the province will be available at the event to provide assistance and information related to employment. Representatives from 10 sectors are expected to participate, including agri-value, construction, hospitality, transportation and more. Businesses looking to develop, recruit or retain workers, can contact SaskJobs Employer Services at or 1-833-354-6914.

The invasion of Ukraine by the Russian army has forced millions of Ukrainian people to flee their country in search of safety. The recent fifth flight completed the memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed by Premier Scott Moe and representatives from Solidaire and Open Arms that that brought more than 1,300 Ukrainians displaced by the war to Saskatchewan since the summer of 2022.

The career fair is focused on newly arrived Ukrainians but is open to everyone.


For more information, contact:

Mackenzie Love
Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency
Phone: 306-519-8730

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