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Outlook & Prospects for Commissioned Police Officers in Moncton--Richibucto Region
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Employment outlooks have been determined at the provincial level for New Brunswick.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Mar 09 - Mar 13, 2015
- Danier Factory Outlet store on Trinity Drive in Moncton has begun clearing stock and will close. No firm date has been announced for the closure.
- The Co-op Express gas bar and grocery store in the Chartersville neighbourhood of Dieppe has closed as the operator feels it is no longer financially viable to operate. Almost all employees have found work at other Co-op stores in the area.
- Princess Auto will open its new store in Mapleton Crossing in Moncton on March 16. The store is larger than the current location on Mountain Road, which will close.
- Cabela¿s Canada will hire about 140 full- and part-time employees for its new store to open in Moncton in the spring of 2015. The company, which sells outdoor products, is now accepting online applications.
- Construction is continuing on the Bass Pro Shops store in the former Chrystal Palace location in Moncton. The store has advertised for some management positions, and will likely hold a job fair for more employees in the spring.
- Coach, a handbag retailer, and OMG Produce Market have closed in Moncton
- The City of Moncton has awarded a contract worth more than $3M to J.W. Lindsay Enterprises Ltd. for the construction of a new fire station on Caledonia Road in Moncton. An opening date of spring 2016 has been targeted, although some details have yet to be finalized.
- Moncton-based Co-op Atlantic, which operates grocery stores and other services while employing about 830 people in the Atlantic Provinces, will eliminate 50 jobs. No information was available on where the affected jobs are located, but the company indicated some of the losses will be managed through attrition.
- The amount of air cargo handled at the Greater Moncton International Airport increased by 3% in 2014 over 2013, continuing a positive trend of recent years
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