2024 Exhibitors' List

Prime Sponsors

Cenovus Energy

We’re an integrated energy company headquartered in Calgary with oil and natural gas production operations in Canada and the Asia Pacific region, and upgrading, refining and marketing operations in Canada and the United States. We’re committed to maximizing value by sustainably developing our assets in a safe, innovative and cost-efficient manner, integrating environmental, social and governance considerations into our business plans.

Cenovus is the operator and majority owner of the White Rose field and extensions, located approximately 350 km offshore Newfoundland and Labrador. West White Rose is a concrete based drilling platform, which will access resources in the western part of the existing White Rose field and use the SeaRose floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for processing within our Atlantic Region Operations.


At Aker Solutions we are committed to helping the energy industry and broader society #PowerTheChange towards a low-carbon future. We are changemakers and problem solvers with more than 180 years of experience. Our ambitions are high. By 2030, renewables and low-carbon solutions for oil and gas will make up two-thirds of our business. Do you want to be a part of driving the transition?

Anglophone East School District

Community Schools helps to foster relationships that allow schools to become centers of learning for the whole community. Schools maximize existing resources in their own community to provide unique opportunities not only for classroom learning, but after-school programming for students, families, and the entire community. Local businesses, non-profit organizations, municipalities, community groups and individual partners can all play a role by providing opportunities such as volunteers, in-kind assistance or financial support with the goal of expanding and exposing students interests and strengths. Community Schools Coordinators work regionally to support schools as they develop programs and initiatives in the following key areas:

  • Literacy & Tutoring
  • Enrichment
  • Social Competencies & Positive Identity
  • Healthy Active Students
  • Special Projects & Events


Association for New Canadians

The Association for New Canadians (ANC) is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to the delivery of settlement and integration services for immigrants and refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador.

For over 40 years, the ANC has delivered an array of resettlement, settlement, language, employment and public education programs and services designed to support all newcomers from the point of arrival through to citizenship.


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Behind every business challenge that has been conquered are knowledge and confidence. Our services help you meet the spectrum of pressing issues—from changing regulations and compliance rules to applying smart tax strategies to embracing digital transformation—head on. Strategic, experience-backed solutions that fuel your confidence and ultimately, your success.


Brightisle is a leading provider of health and community care services in Newfoundland and Labrador. We are energized by the challenge to improve our collective health and well-being and to make care better.

Our approach to services and programs is flexible and dynamic, embracing innovation and technology – while always keeping people and communities front and centre.


Regulating the Newfoundland and Labrador offshore oil and gas industry on behalf of the federal and provincial governments requires special skills, expertise and commitment. The offshore oil and gas industry is highly dynamic with growth and change occurring worldwide driven by developments in new technologies and new systems for offshore oil and gas exploration and production.

At the C-NLOPB, we have a very talented group of professionals who carefully and effectively regulate offshore oil and gas development in line with our organization’s Mandate. The C-NLOPB has regulatory responsibility for safety, environmental protection, land sales and exploration, resource management and industrial benefits.

The C-NLOPB is a progressive, equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries and comprehensive benefit packages. Resumes sent to the C-NLOPB are held in confidence (Disclaimer and Privacy Statement).


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The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) celebrates a tradition of excellence in chiropractic education, research and patient care. With expert faculty, a rigorous curriculum, extraordinary facilities, and outstanding clinical experiences for students, our commitment to building a strong future for the profession ensures that graduates of CMCC are among the best educated and most skilled chiropractors in the world.

CMCC offers a four-year Doctor of Chiropractic degree program as well as the opportunity for advanced post-graduate studies in Clinical Sciences, Radiology, and Sports Sciences.

Centre for Analytics Informatics and Research (CAIR)

The Centre for Analytics, Informatics and Research (CAIR) is a high-performance computing centre at Memorial University with the capacity to rapidly process, analyze and store vast amounts of research data. Through a partnership with IBM Canada, CAIR is pleased to offer free access to IBM's digital training program – SkillsBuild! Visit us at the Career & Graduate School Fair to learn more about CAIR and the 1,000+ online, self-paced courses in IT and professional skills development available to Memorial University students via SkillsBuild.


At CIBC, we aim to help our clients, employees, communities and shareholders achieve theirs. Our purpose drives our ability to create value for all CIBC stakeholders.

Working with CIBC makes you a part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities - a place where you can excel.

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Bay St. George campus of College of the North Atlantic is located in Stephenville, a modern and progressive community with rich cultural history and thriving social and economic development. A town of approximately 6,600, Stephenville is located on the west coast of the island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador and is a service access point for many surrounding communities. Residents of Bay St. George enjoy a multitude of amenities, including major shopping and banking outlets, a variety of local health services, recreation programs and centres, and year-round activities – many within walking distance from the campus buildings!

Bay St. George campus is a large campus consisting of three main buildings. The campus has a residence containing single rooms with a capacity of 75 students and features full dining facilities.

Full-time credit course registration is approximately 750 students per semester, with another 100 registered part-time. Upwards of 1,000 students participate in Contract Training & Continuing Education evening courses. Student and career counselling services are provided by two full-time counsellors. Each building is equipped with library services and all students have access to student development as well as, accessibility services if applicable!

The headquarters for College of the North Atlantic is also located in Stephenville.

Bay St. George Campus offers programs across the schools: Academics, Applied Arts & Tourism, Health Sciences, Business & Information Technology, and Industrial Trades.

Dalhousie Management

Dalhousie’s Faculty of Management:

The Faculty of Management has a proud history of providing a world-class management education and preparing graduates to make an impact in the world. We are a hub where students, alumni, professionals and community leaders form and grow partnerships and long-term relationships. We are a community driven by curiosity, exploration and discovery. What inspires us is creating an environment that offers students, business and public sector partners, alumni and other members of our community opportunities to work, learn and develop the skills to facilitate social and economic good.


Master of Business Administration (MBA):

The Corporate Residency Pathway of our MBA Program offers a 22-month innovative, industry-informed and rigorous curriculum combined with an 8-month paid work experience (corporate residency) where students make between $20K-$50k, and post-grad 92% of our students are able to secure employment in their field of choice within 6 months. Designed for early career professionals with less than 5 years of work experience, the goal of our program is to help high achieving, self-motivated individuals with leadership potential launch their careers and accelerate their professional development.


Master of Public Administration (MPA):

The Dalhousie MPA seeks to equip students with the management skills required by public service organizations as well as, an understanding of the organization, processes and policies of government, its public agencies and the policy groups that work in the public sector. This dual focus is a unique characteristic of the MPA program and makes it highly suited for those interested in a career in the public sector or management. With a 4 month paid internship incorporated into the program, this program is specifically designed to help early career professionals realize advanced educational objectives and achieve academic ambitions in public policy and public management.


Master of Information (MI):

Our Master of Information Program is a degree offering distinct flexibility and breadth of knowledge to students, that explores issues emerging at the intersections of technology, information and people. With distinct customizable features such as a thesis option, available certificates, and the ability to do the program on a part time basis, the MI allows students to build a customized career in the dynamic information landscape.


Master of Science in Business (MScB):

The Master of Science in Business Program is a research-oriented graduate thesis program. This intensive and small program provides you with enhanced opportunities to enter a PhD program in business administration or boost your career in industry with skills in academic research. Students develop their skills through courses in their area of specialization and by writing and thesis, specializing in either Marketing, Finance, Management Information Systems, or Management while receiving direct supervision from one of our Faculty Members.

Dexter Construction Company Ltd

The construction arm of the Municipal Group of Companies, Dexter Construction originated in New Brunswick in 1961. Since then, Dexter has expanded its operations throughout Atlantic Canada and beyond, while remaining a locally owned and privately held company. We mobilize a fleet of modern equipment and an expert workforce comprised of thousands of qualified professionals and tradesme— enabling us to successfully compete in any area of heavy civil construction.

Dexter's expertise is demonstrated with every job – a commitment that’s reflected in the fact that we’re consistently awarded many of the largest infrastructure projects in the province.  This includes all manner of excavation work, grading, road structure materials production and placing, concrete placing, utility piping installation, natural gas line installation, bridge construction, road maintenance and rehabilitation, among many other capabilities.

In addition to maintaining our market leadership in Eastern Canada, Dexter seeks to extend its reach on a global scale – indeed, to bring our world class reputation to a larger, more diverse number of clients and partners. As such, we continue to focus on several key business aspects: the training of highly skilled employees, a constant emphasis on safety, a continued reinvestment in equipment and technology, and an expanding services offering built through strategic acquisition.

Beyond our role in building and maintaining infrastructure across Eastern Canada, Dexter Construction is proud to help build communities. Along with our parent organization, we continue to make a difference for our charitable contributions, especially in the neighbourhoods where we live and work. Learn more about our committment to the community.

Government of Canada

Protecting and conserving our natural heritage, predicting weather and environmental conditions, preventing and managing pollution, promoting clean growth and a sustainable environment for present and future generations.

Memorial University

When students graduate from Memorial with a business degree, they are prepared to compete and succeed anywhere in the world.

That’s because studying at the Faculty of Business Administration goes beyond classroom learning. Our teaching and learning opportunities take you beyond the borders of our province and connects you with a global community of business leaders.

As the province’s only business faculty, we have a special obligation to educate business leaders who are prepared to guide the economic future of the province. Our unique identity – and that of Memorial University and Newfoundland and Labrador – shapes the impact we collectively make in the province, the country and the world. We believe that our province’s best resource is our people, and it’s our duty to provide them with the best education possible to prepare them to compete and succeed in anywhere in the world.

Our current strategic plan outlines our priorities, and how we are getting there.

First Nation School Board - Yukon

The FNSB was established in February 2022, through a series of school-attendance area referenda, enabling Yukon First Nations to assume shared authority with Government of Yukon in the delivery of public-school education in the territory. Board-run schools continue to follow the BC Curriculum, but tailor the programming, lesson delivery and assessment methodology to reflect Yukon First Nations worldviews.

These schools are for all Yukon students and promote reconciliation by enhancing a Yukon First Nations model that puts the student first, through a strengths-based, community-centered approach.

Equally, all teachers are welcome at these schools and are supported by the Board to adapt their strengths and thrive within the new pedagogy. We aim to authentically work with the community to make student-centered decisions, utilizing Community Committees and Parent Advisory Committees, that are currently in the process of being established.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is the federal lead for managing Canada's fisheries, its oceans and freshwater resources, and safeguarding its waters. In carrying out Fisheries and Oceans’ mandate, employees are engaged in diverse and challenging tasks and activities throughout the region. Working from offices, field camps, ships and helicopters, their roles are numerous and range from patrol and research vessel officers and crew to community liaison officers, enforcement officers, scientists of all disciplines, economists, human resources advisors, policy analysts and advisors.


Frontier School Division

Since 1965, Frontier School Division has been continually building on our Excellence and Experience in Education.

As the largest geographical school division in Manitoba, spanning 75% of the province’s land mass, we are fortunate to be part of a large number of communities – some of which are often only accessible by boat, air, rail or winter ice road. This allows us to provide rich opportunities to our  students, including a wide variety of outdoor educational activities, travel to new and sometimes remote parts of the province, and participation in school events such as Frontier Games.

We are committed to building and maintaining relationships across the diverse communities that comprise Frontier as they play an important role in the strength of our division. Reflecting this diversity in cultural activities and programs enhances the knowledge of our students and their awareness of their own and other cultures. We are fortunate to be able to blend traditional and innovative learning to reflect the needs and aspirations of each area.

Our focus has been, and always will be, our children, our success and our future.

For a deeper look into who we are, read about our history, mission, vision and values, our future, or take a look at Frontier by the numbers.


Fugro is the world’s leading Geo-data specialist, collecting and analyzing comprehensive information about the Earth and the structures built upon it. Adopting an integrated approach that incorporates acquisition and analysis of Geo-data and related advice, Fugro provides solutions. With expertise in site characterization and asset integrity, clients are supported in the safe, sustainable, and efficient design, construction, and operation of their assets throughout the full life cycle.

Employing approximately 9500 talented people in 59 countries, Fugro serves clients around the globe, predominantly in the energy and infrastructure industries, both offshore and onshore.


Genesis helps build amazing companies. As Newfoundland and Labrador’s pre-eminent innovation hub, Genesis is known for its flagship incubator program, Enterprise. Since its inception, Genesis has expanded its programming to support start-ups from the ideation stage all the way to scaling their business. Genesis’ mission is to create economic wealth for the province by developing and supporting technology entrepreneurs.

Hatch Ltd

Hatch is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary professional services firm that delivers a comprehensive array of technical and strategic services, including consulting, information technology, engineering, process development, and project and construction management to the Mining, Metallurgical, Energy, and Infrastructure sectors. Hatch has served clients for over six decades with corporate roots extending over 100 years and has project experience in more than 150 countries around the world. With over 10,000 people in over 65 offices, the firm has more than $75 billion in projects currently under management.

Clients recognize Hatch for its ability to bridge the gaps between research and innovative technologies, and between engineering and reliable operations. We are particularly known for working with senior client management to develop business strategies; managing and optimizing production; executing projects that involve the scale-up of process technologies; and managing startups, commissioning and ramp-ups.

Hatch delivers unprecedented business results for our clients through a commitment to quality, lower operating costs, more efficient utilization of capital assets, higher standards for safety and risk management, faster startups and continuous performance improvements in all projects and programs.

Horizon Health Network is one of New Brunswick’s two health authorities. Our 12 hospitals and more than 100 medical facilities, clinics, and offices are in rural and urban communities across our province. Much like our patients and clients, our services are varied and extend beyond hospitals into a variety of community-based settings, including community health centres, clinics, Public Health services, as well as addiction and mental health services.

We provide safe and quality health care to our patients and clients both in English and French every day, thanks to Horizon’s dedicated team of 12,600 employees, 1,100 physicians, and 4,400 volunteers.


Hospitality NL

Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador – One source for tourism growth and development.

We are the voice of the provincial tourism industry

Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador, established in 1983, is a non-profit membership association that leads, supports, represents and enhances the province’s tourism industry. Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador has been the voice of the provincial tourism industry since the association was founded. It’s work on behalf of members and the industry itself has played a crucial role in developing the tourism industry into the flourishing economic driver that it is today.



At Imperial, we work every day to responsibly develop Canada’s energy resources – applying technology and innovation to supply affordable, accessible and reliable energy while reducing emissions in support of a net-zero future. Imperial recognizes the important role we can play by advancing climate solutions within our operations and by providing lower life-cycle emission products to our customers. This effort is powered by a unique and diverse workforce fueled by a pride in what we do and what we stand for.

The success of our upstream, downstream and chemical, and corporate divisions is the result of the talent, curiosity and drive of our people. They bring solutions every day to optimize our strategy in energy, chemicals, lubricants and lower-emissions technologies. 

Imperial honours diverse backgrounds so we can be a place where people can bring their full selves to work, no matter their identity, race, gender, sexual orientation, age, or ability. 

At Imperial, we want you to come for the position and stay for the career. As an integrated company, we are uniquely positioned to offer you a wide range of career prospects and growth opportunities through the course of your career with us. We invite you to bring your ideas and help create sustainable solutions that improve quality of life and meet society’s evolving needs.


Jet Programme Canada

If you are curious about Japan, passionate about culture and education, and ready for work experience abroad, the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Programme is for you! On the JET Programme, you will have the opportunity to interact deeply with another culture, take part in grassroots internationalization that has been going on for now over 30 years, and gain experiences that will likely shape the rest of your life! 

The Programme's objectives are being realized through opportunities for participants to serve in public and private elementary, junior high, and senior high schools, as well as local authorities across Japan.

Come find out more about one of the most notable exchange programs in the world, the step-by-step application process and the exciting cultural experiences Japan has to offer!

Marine Institute

As a campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Fisheries and Marine Institute is North America’s most comprehensive institute dedicated to education, training, applied research and industrial support in ocean industries.

Students enjoy internationally recognized education in a learning environment where small class sizes are the rule, and hands-on instruction is a way of life.

The Marine Institute provides more than 30 industry-driven programs ranging from technical certificates to PhDs. In addition to undergraduate and graduate degrees, the Institute offers advanced diplomas, diplomas of technology and technical certificates.

Memorial University

Our mission is to help every Memorial University student find and grow their inner entrepreneur. 

We inspire students from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to seek ways to solve real-world local and global problems through innovative business solutions. By fostering collaboration and accelerating innovation, we aim to cultivate Newfoundland and Labrador’s next generation of entrepreneurial leaders. In doing so, we seek to be the early-stage catalyst that helps make Newfoundland and Labrador the most entrepreneurial province in Canada.

MCE's team of startup experts offers educational programming and events, mentorship, co-working space and funding support to help inspire, educate, connect, and accelerate entrepreneurs from across all of Memorial University’s disciplines and campuses. 

MentorAbility Canada is a national initiative built on a supported employment foundation that promotes the recruitment, employment, and retention of persons experiencing disability. The initiative provides and celebrates in-person and virtual mentoring experiences, networking and learning events, social media campaigns, as well as building a body of evidence through research activities.

With a specific focus on facilitating unique, short-term (from 1 hour to 1 day) mentoring opportunities between employers and persons experiencing disability, this initiative is part of a national effort to promote the employment of Canadians experiencing disability.

Government of Canada

Protecting and conserving our natural heritage, predicting weather and environmental conditions, preventing and managing pollution, promoting clean growth and a sustainable environment for present and future generations.

Nasdaq Verafin

Verafin, a Nasdaq company, offers enterprise Financial Crime Management solutions, providing a cloud-based, secure software platform for Fraud Detection and Management, AML/CFT Compliance and Management, High-Risk Customer Management, Sanctions Screening and Management, and Information Sharing. Over 3,800 financial institutions use Verafin to effectively fight financial crime and comply with AML/CFT regulations. Leveraging our unique consortium approach, Verafin significantly reduces false positive alerts, delivers context-rich insights, and uncovers more financial crime.


Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Health Services provides quality health care to all residents of the province. The transition to one health authority will bring us closer to realizing the vision put forward by Health Accord NL to reshape our health-care system. Transition work is ongoing in all areas of the organization in support of improving the health and health outcomes for people in Newfoundland and Labrador.

North Atlantic

North Atlantic is a diverse and growing, province-wide leader in the energy sector. For over 30 years, we’ve built our reputation on quality products, extraordinary service, and support for local communities. As we advance our business for the future, North Atlantic is driven to developing efficient and green energy solutions. 

We are always striving to build a more equitable, diverse, engaging and rewarding workplace by attracting and retaining talented people from a diverse range of backgrounds, cultures and experiences.

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Polytechnique Montréal, the engineering university, is one of the largest engineering training and research institutions in Canada. True to its mission since 1873, it has trained more than 50,000 engineers, specialists and researchers.

Thanks to the activities of its professors, employees and students, Polytechnique makes important discoveries in all spheres of engineering and technology, and its achievements are disseminated throughout the world.


Public Service Commission

The Public Service Commission (PSC) is committed to, and responsible for, oversight of and policy for merit-based appointments and promotions within the Public Service of NL. The PSC also offers a range of programs and services dedicated to supporting departments and individuals in achieving individual and workplace health and productivity.

RothLochston Constructors Inc.

RothLochston Constructors Inc. is a multi-disciplinary industrial contractor. We provide construction, maintenance, and manufacturing services to the energy, mining, utility, and power generation industries throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario and Alberta since 1996.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is more than just Canada's national police service. We have been part of the fabric of Canada since 1873 – almost 150 years. We are one of only a few police services recognized around the world for both our policing excellence and our image – the "Mountie".

Over the last century-and-a-half, we have grown and evolved with and for Canadians. The result is a more modern, diverse and inclusive RCMP that serves with honour and pride to keep Canadians safe.

RCMP purpose

From coast-to-coast-to-coast, at the community, provincial, territorial and federal levels, we work to:

  • prevent crime
  • enforce the law
  • investigate offences
  • keep Canadians, and their interests, safe and secure
  • assist Canadians in emergency situations/incidents

We also offer our renowned expertise at the international level by:

  • providing specialized training for police officers
  • conducting international policing activities, including peacekeeping
  • sharing intelligence with trusted partners to support investigations, as well as disrupt and dismantle criminal operations

RCMP core responsibilities

We operate within 3 main areas of responsibility:

  • Contract and Indigenous Policing
  • Federal Policing
  • Specialized Policing Services

We work in over 700 detachments in 150 communities across the country. We also provide policing services in more than 600 Indigenous communities.

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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) is Newfoundland and Labrador’s provincial police service.

The RNC is a modern, progressive, police agency that responds to the needs of the community by seeking advice and input from those it serves.

The RNC is a fully integrated police service made up of approximately 420 police officers and 125 civilian employees who are dedicated to ‘Building Safe and Healthy Communities Together’.

The RNC operates out of seven detachments strategically located throughout Newfoundland and Labrador providing policing services to approximately 214,000 people.

Memorial University

Founded in 1925 as a living memorial to soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War, Memorial University is one of the largest universities in Atlantic Canada. As an internationally ranked, multidisciplinary, research-intensive university, Memorial is home to a growing and diverse group of talented graduate students. Our faculty members are among the best scholars in their fields, and have been acknowledged not only for excellence in teaching and research but also as some of the finest supervisors in the nation. 

As a comprehensive research and teaching university, Memorial offers more than 170 graduate diploma, master’s and doctoral programs, attracting some of the world’s most intellectually ambitious and talented graduate students in almost all fields of studies. We are currently ranked #7 in the Comprehensive University Category of the Maclean’s University Rankings for 2023. In addition to some of the lowest tuition fees in Canada, we have funding opportunities to help you complete your degree program.


We are a global technology company driving energy innovation for a balanced planet. 

Global in outlook, local in practice, we're united in our passion for discovering solutions and in our commitment to creating a sustainable and balanced future. We set the bar high. So we're looking for talented, driven people committed to innovation and success and who act with integrity. 

We'll give you a platform to develop both professionally and personally, supported by our community of colleagues, co-workers, alumni, and our valued external partners. It's a deep collaboration that enables us all to achieve our goals. 

Come and be part of one of the words most diverse and inclusive groups of industry experts.


Founded in 1970, Steele Hotels is an independent hotel operator based out of Newfoundland and Labrador Canada. With origins in Gander, NL the company has grown to include 8 properties located in St. John's, NL, Corner Brook, NL, and Fredericton, NB.  

One of Steele Hotels expanding properties is JAG Hotel. JAG is a boutique hotel, best known for its musical theme, and is located on George Street West, one of North America’s best-known entertainment districts. The musical theme, feel, and mood are felt throughout the new expansion with its décor and pops of art. Connected by a pedway, the hotel has a total of 169 rooms. A new lounge with 140 seats will be added and the existing restaurant will be expanded to 120 seats.   It will host a high-end wellness and fitness center, coffee shop, lap pool, and a luxurious specialty floor with a lounge. The hotel has a state-of-the-art two-story multi-purpose venue able to accommodate banquets of up to 600, receptions of up to 1,000, and concerts of up to 1,500.  A great enhancement to the arts and entertainment in the downtown St. John’s area.

University of Medicine and Health Sciences, St-Kitts

The University of Medicine and Health Sciences is a boutique medical school committed to preparing doctors to practice medicine throughout the United States, Canada, and the world. Located in Basseterre, St. Kitts, UMHS was founded in 2007 by Dr. Robert Ross-the founder and former owner of one of the most prestigious medical schools in the Caribbean. Today, the university is owned and operated by President Warren Ross, J.D., a globally recognized leader in academic medicine.  

The hallmarks of a UMHS education are personalized attention, a rigorous curriculum, and unparalleled support from credentialed and caring faculty in small classes. Thanks to the institution's robust test preparation program and vast connections to top teaching hospitals, UMHS students excel on licensing exams and regularly obtain premier residency placements.

University of New Brunswick

Established in 1785, the University of New Brunswick is one of North America’s oldest public universities. We offer a variety of post-graduate degree options spanning over the faculties of

Arts, Business, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Forestry and Environmental

Management, Kinesiology, Law, Leadership Studies, Nursing, Science and Applied Science and Engineering. You will find a rich choice of programs—from biomedical engineering, doing internationally-acclaimed research, to creative writing, one of the best in Canada. Our Law program has an outstanding reputation in offering a broad legal education, for those interested in practicing law. At UNB, our faculty and staff are easily accessible and go that extra mile for you; the environment is one of collaboration, providing combinations of opportunities, professional connections, and excellent research capabilities.

“Vale is one of the world’s largest integrated mining companies. We employ approximately 125,000 people in over 30 countries and are a leading global producer of iron ore and nickel. 

Our purpose is to improve life and transform the future. We are seeking diverse talent, from all areas of study, to help us achieve our goal. Learn how you can apply your unique skills towards a rewarding career in your field and get more information about the Early Career programs Vale offers, such as co-ops, internships and post-graduation opportunities. We are changing with the world. Be a part of our evolution!”


We provide market risk and capital markets solutions to institutional investors and fund managers with a focus on alternative, private and illiquid assets. Since 2010, we have been delivering hedging services and technology designed for the specific needs of this market, helping many of the world’s leading private capital managers to mitigate market risks from their exposure to foreign currencies, interest rates and inflation.

Our award-winning service includes turnkey solutions to the operational challenge of implementing, managing and monitoring hedging programmes, and leverages our proprietary Horizon technology platform. Our trading desk executes more than $520 billion in hedging trades per year, processing more than 7,500 derivatives trades per month.

Our fund finance advisory services allow our clients to benefit from our unique position in the market to enhance fund performance and maximise investor returns through the intelligent structuring and benchmarking of alternative capital market solutions. With offices in London, New York, Toronto, Eton and Oslo we work with some of the largest institutional investors in the world who manage more than $2 trillion in combined assets under management.

Women in Resource Development Corporation (WRDC)

WRDC is helping women throughout Newfoundland and Labrador prepare for and achieve meaningful, positive, long-term careers in trades and technology.

YMCA of Newfoundland and Labrador

The YMCA has been part of life in Newfoundland and Labrador since 1854. We are a charity dedicated to strengthening the foundations of communities. We do this by nurturing the potential of children, teens, and young adults; promoting healthy living; and fostering social responsibility. Our focus on inclusiveness and accessibility means we serve people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities through all stages of life. Through YMCA financial assistance programs, the YMCA is accessible to all.

Our charity’s core programs of Health, Fitness, and Aquatics; Child Care and Day Camp; and Employment, Enterprise, and Newcomer Services are offered at more than 20 locations in our communities with an additional 170 points of delivery throughout the province.