B.C. Cannabis Store is hiring. (File photo)

B.C. Cannabis Store to hold job fair in Nanaimo

Fair will take place on Oct. 15 at the Inn on Long Lake

The B.C. Cannabis Store is hiring.

On Oct. 15, the B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch will be holding a job fair in Nanaimo, where they will be looking for qualified individuals to work at one of their B.C. Cannabis Store locations, which is set to open in the north end early next year.

The job fair will take place between 12-7 p.m. at the Inn on Long Lake, 4700 N. Island Hwy.

The fair, according to a press release, is an opportunity for potential employees to learn more about B.C .Cannabis Stores and the positions available. B.C. Cannabis Stores is looking to hire 12 to 16 people to fill a variety of positions, including store manager, two assistant store managers, and full-time and part-time cannabis consultants, to work at the Mary Ellen Drive location in the north end.

The Liquor Distribution Branch, which operates B.C. Cannabis Stores, is also planning to open a location at Country Club Mall, 3200 Island Hwy., but has not provided a time frame for when that store could be open.

For more information, please visit www.bcldb.com/about/careers.

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