CALGARY, Sept. 25 /CNW/ - Job seekers in Southern Ontario are once again
being invited to come "home" to Saskatchewan as the province works to secure
workers in the current booming economy.
"Saskatchewan offers an unbeatable combination of lifestyle and career
opportunities," Advanced Education and Employment Minister Warren McCall said.
"Building a life here means more time embracing the good life and less time
gripping the steering wheel."
The campaign, which commenced on September 17, will run entirely outside
of Saskatchewan over the next six weeks.
The $100,000 campaign features testimonials from Saskatchewan residents
who have built a life - and a future - in Saskatchewan. Job seekers in the
London, Windsor, St. Catherines area of southern Ontario will be invited to
explore opportunities at SaskJobs, the province's largest job-matching
SaskJobs will be promoted on billboards throughout the region, at the
National Job Fair in Toronto, running from September 24 to 26, and at the
University of Western Ontario's career fair, October 11 to 13.
"Saskatchewan is for real," McCall said. "We're growing, we're prospering
and we're inviting people from across the country and around the world to
embrace the opportunity to share in that prosperity."
For further information:
For further information: Chris Jones-Bonk, Advanced Education and
Employment, Phone: (306) 798-3106, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org