Thunder Bay takes its name from the French ‘Baie du Tonnerre’ (Bay of Thunder), as indicated on an 18th century French map. Thunder Bay’s main tourist attraction is Fort William Historical Park, a reconstruction of North West Company’s fur trade post as it was in 1915, which attracts 100,000 visitors annually. The region has hosted many large sporting events including the Summer Canada Games in 1981, the Nordic World Ski Championships in 1995, the Continental Cup of curling in 2003 and the World Junior Baseball Championship in 2010 & 2017.
The Resiliency Series focuses on addressing skill gaps and building a more adaptable workforce within the uncertain COVID-19 environment.
TSNO members can tap into career-ready candidates who are looking to work in Northern Ontario. Candidates can select from positions such as Line Cook, Food and Beverage Server, Dock Hand, Housekeeper or Front Desk.
The Leadership Excellence series focuses on developing the skills of new, emerging, and experienced managers and supervisors for success.
The TSNO Alliance creates dynamic partnerships that connect employers with the employment services they need to recruit and advance workers with the right, essential, technical and employability skills. Workers also benefit by getting the training they need, in order to qualify for the jobs in the first place. It’s a win-win.