Veterans can now apply for jobs through Helmets to Hardhats Canada

MP Cathy McLeod was pleased recently with the launch of the Helmets to Hardhats Canada website

OTTAWA -Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamlooops-Thompson-Cariboo was pleased recently with the launch of the Helmets to Hardhats Canada website. This site is dedicated to helping our veterans and men and women in uniform find jobs in the building and construction industry as they transition to civilian life.

“Canada’s veterans and service men and women are known around the world for their skills, qualities and expertise” said McLeod. “Helmets to Hardhats Canada will help to connect our service personnel with quality apprenticeships and well paid, rewarding career opportunities that they deserve after serving our country with dignity and pride.”

Helmets to Hardhats Canada is a web-based program that offers access to career postings. Individuals can now register at helmetsstohardhats.ca  and click the “Apply Now” button to create an account. Employers who are interested in advertising a position can register at recruiter.helmetstohardhats.ca. For more information please contact the office at 1-855-238-9707.

 

 

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