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Unemployed? Looking for a job?
By Region of Peel | Published  09/5/2006 | Employment Assistance | Rating:
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Job Fair Brings Employers and Job Seekers Together in Mississauga

Employment Resource Centre (erc) at Peel Youth Village hosts Job Fair Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1 – 4:30 p.m.

(Brampton) – Job hunters can meet with employers who need new staff on Wednesday, Sept. 6, at erc Peel Youth Village, one of three employment resource centres opened by the Region of Peel this year.

"A job fair gives people who are looking for work the opportunity to meet and speak with employers in the community who are currently seeking to fill positions in their organizations," said Paula D'Angelo, Supervisor of the erc at Peel Youth Village located at 99 Acorn Place in Mississauga.

"We are expecting to have a number of employers participating in next week's job fair, including busy automotive manufacturers and moving companies that are looking to hire full time permanent employees," D'Angelo said. She encourages people who can't attend the job fair to drop into the centre, located on the north side of Peel Youth Village, to discover the wide range of services available to job seekers:

  • Free access to business tools such as telephones, faxes and copiers; as well as to computers with internet access and up-to-date business software.
  • Job search reference materials such as local business directories and current job postings.
  • Many "how-to" resources including workshops, seminars and one-on-one support from employment services specialists.

For more information about employment resource centres in the Region of Peel, please call 905-791-7800, or visit our Web site at

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  • Comment #1 (Posted by sonja)
    I am really glad as a resident of PEEL REGION to have all opportunities wille the job looking process
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