Here we are- Today is the Big day, March 7th, 2020 – Mega job fair Event!!!
9 AM till 4 PM
Free entry, parking and $3000 in lucky draws Cash prizes will be included.
TTN Mega Job Fair will be held at the Pearson Convention Center, in Brampton, ON From 9 am- 4:30pm.
This free entry event will enable everyone to see what jobs are available around the Toronto/GTA and other provinces.
Get free advice on getting a job, apprenticeships, training, work experience placements, insurance and other areas.
Interviews will happen right and on-spot hiring.
It is also an opportunity for companies/fleets to network, share expertise and showcase their businesses.
JOBS – JOBS – JOBS
Drivers, Owner/Operators, Mechanics, Dispatchers and many other roles.
Onsite – Hiring
Below is the link for all the event details:
SYSKA is “stuff you should know about” –
Why are Trucking Companies Looking to Hire Newcomers to Canada?
Trucking associations across the country are facing serious labour shortages as long-haul truckers get older and younger generations are drawn to different industries. Their proposed solution? Hire more newcomers to Canada, and more immigrants in general.
While certain labour unions aren’t thrilled at this prospect, one thing is for certain – there are plenty of long-haul trucking jobs available for newcomers to Canada who have the gumption, desire, and drive (pun intended). Some foreigners are even being recruited using the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
What is the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP)?
The Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) enables employers to hire people without work permits and visas to fill certain jobs in industries facing labour shortages in Canada.
If you’re applying to become a truck driver under the TFWP, it may be a temporary position. This designation is only short-term and you need to show government officials that you’re ready, willing, and able to leave the country on short notice.
How can Newcomers to Canada Apply to Work in the Trucking Industry?
A good place to start is to get in touch with the trucking association in your desired province and familiarize yourself with the truck driving requirements in Canada.
The federal government’s job bank offers more than 4,000 vacancies and applying can help you obtain a TFWP or a more permanent visa. If you receive a job offer from a pre-approved listing by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, they can help you with the correct paperwork you need to start work.
At A Glance-
- The age of the average truck driver has increased more rapidly than the age of the average worker due to fewer young workers entering the industry.
- Meanwhile, the demand for truck drivers will increase as industries that rely on trucking services continue to grow. By 2020, the gap between the supply and demand of drivers is expected to be 25,000. This number could exceed 33,000, assuming a lower rate of productivity growth.
- This is cause for concern, not just for the trucking industry, but for its customers, the Canadian economy, and, ultimately, consumers.
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