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Outlook & Prospects for Shoe Repairers and Shoemakers in Newfoundland and Labrador
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Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||(Undetermined)||2015-05-29|
No employment outlook has been assigned to Shoe Repairers and Shoemakers (NOC 7343) in Newfoundland and Labrador due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Dec 21 - Dec 25, 2015
- The Cruise Association of Newfoundland and Labrador says the 2015 cruise season was successful despite some weather related cancellations. There were 20 ships making 53 calls at 16 ports in 2014, down slightly from 2014.
- Newfoundland and Labrador's deficit will increase as a result of lost revenues from slumping oil prices and reduced offshore production. The premier says this will affect government activity over the next fiscal period.
- The Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) is closing its doors in NL, as well as five other provinces, due to a national restructuring. Thirty-three employees will be affected in NL.
- Scotsburn Ice Cream has reached an agreement with Yasso Inc. to become a minority shareholder of premium Greek frozen yogurt. Scotsburn's St. John's and Nova Scotia facilities will begin producing Yasso's products to help meet growing US demand.
- The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) is leading a 10-day trade mission to the Caribbean in efforts to grow international business relationships
- The Governments of NL and British Columbia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to help improve labour mobility for skilled workers between the provinces
- The Government of NL recently announced the framework for the Provincial Government's enhanced generic offshore oil royalty regime
- The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC) predicts that falling oil production will contribute to a drop of 4% in real GDP in NL this year. However, APEC expects that a recovery of oil output should push growth to 0.8% next year.
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