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Continuing the Tradition:

Career and Training Exploration Fair

Following nine successful Job Fairs & Career Training Expos coordinated by PCPI and delivered city Councillors Michael Thompson and Glenn De Baeremaeker; PCPI and Toronto Employment and Social Services(TESS) hosted their first Career & Training Exploration Fair on May, 3rd, 2013 at the Scarborough Civic Centre.




We would like to thank everyone that participated, from the many employers to the hundreds of participants in attendance.

9th Annual Job Fair & Career Exposition


In 2012, PCPI coordinated the Education series for the 9th Job Fair and Career Training Expo delivered by city Councillors Michael Thompson and Glenn De Baeremaeker at the Scarborough Civic Centre.



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The 14th Annual IEP Conference is scheduled
for March 3, 2017.

Thank you to all the sponsors, panelists,
speakers, exhibitors, volunteers and supporters
for making the 13th Annual IEP Conference
held on February 26th, 2016 at Metro Toronto
Convention Centre a success for the
IEP delegates. Couldn’t have done
it without you!


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This Employment Ontario service
is funded in part by the
Government of Canada and the
Government of Ontario.

Job and Career Fair
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
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Free IT training! Click here for details.


PCPI celebrated 20th Anniversary
last September 17, 2016

20 Years of Progress.

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Vaughan woman who goes extra
mile bestowed with Governor
General's Caring Canadian Award

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Funding provided by the
Government of Canada through
the Canada Job Grant
Programs delivered by the
Government of Ontario


Canada-Ontario Job Grant
for employers.
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