This is one of the region’s most popular heavy equipment trade shows, featuring the leading companies and products that are part of Northern Canada’s varied resources sectors – including forestry, heavy construction and major resources infrastructure.
“With visitor numbers rising consistently over each edition of the show and exhibit space growing, this event is considered THE show for Northern Canada’s resources sectors,” said Mark Cusack, National Show Manager.
The show covers a massive four acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits, with tons of big iron. At the show’s last edition in 2015, more than 8,400 visitors were in attendance. Similar numbers are anticipated for this year’s event.
Potential job seekers in search of new opportunities won’t want to miss the show’s Recruiting Here program – which aims to connect those looking for work with exhibiting companies who are currently hiring. A sneak preview of participating companies is available on the show website.
Other special features for the 2017 edition include:
- Family Day on Saturday, May 27. Celebrate the future of the industry and a chance to give back. Simply register one person, give a donation to the Salvation Army Food Bank, and the whole family can attend the show.
- The 2017 Interior Safety Conference on Saturday, May 27. With a theme of “Leading Safety – Building Strong Supervisors”, the conference will include sessions on building strong teams, communicating with different generations, and much more. The full agenda and registration information can be found on the BC Forest Safety website.
For a limited time, visitors can take advantage of a special free registration offer. By pre-registering on the show website using Promo Code CNRE2120, visitors can attend the show free of charge. Registration will be $20 per person at the door, good for both show days.
The Canada North Resources Expo is produced in partnership with the Resources Expo Society, a not-for-profit organization whose mandate is to facilitate training and educational opportunities in the central and northern B.C. resources sectors.