Economic Development Winnipeg is excited to team up with CTV Winnipeg for Winnipeg Works to share with Manitobans the many opportunities to live and work in the city and surrounding areas. The City of Winnipeg is growing, and there are endless opportunities as we continue to thrive as a community. From tourism and hospitality to technology and agriculture, Winnipeg is a world-class hub for talent.
What is Winnipeg Works?
Winnipeg Works will connect people to jobs while inspiring a love for our city and communities. The weekly feature will highlight news and current stories about Winnipeg’s economic landscape across on tv broadcasts and online platforms.
How Winnipeg Works can help YOU
Are you a job seeker looking for opportunities in Winnipeg? Or are you a business looking for more opportunities to expand, locate here or find talent?
Winnipeg Works will give you insights into the booming businesses in the city with a look at who is hiring and what’s growing and YES! Winnipeg’s Talent Hub. Learn about what our city has to offer and discover some opportunities you didn’t know existed. Join us as we reopen, rebuild and re-envision the City of Winnipeg for a brighter future.
To learn more about Winnipeg Works, please head over to WinnipegWorks.ca. You can also follow Winnipeg Works on social media on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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