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Outlook & Prospects for Commissioned Police Officers in Moncton--Richibucto Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
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No employment outlook has been assigned to Commissioned Police Officers (NOC 0641) in the Moncton - Richibucto region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Sep 19 - Sep 23, 2016
- Qimple Inc., a Moncton start-up, will receive a $500,000 loan from ACOA to promote and innovate their product. Their product enables companies to create a job ad and post it to numerous job boards, then screen applicants using their technology.
- The Old Cosmo Complex, which closed in September, will re-open under new management on October 14, 2016 as Venue Moncton. The 24,000 square foot venue will have a nightclub that features touring DJs and bands one side and a country bar on the other side.
- Mount Allison University will build a new $13M Centre for Environmental Innovation at its Sackville campus, which will consolidate the research work of 15 scientists and create new jobs in the process. The centre is expected to be completed by the spring or summer of 2018.
- A new fertilizer plant, which will turn seafood-processing waste into fertilizer, is under construction in Richibucto, NB. The Omera Shells facility will initially create 30 jobs when it opens in the fall of 2016, and as many as 74 jobs over the next two years.
- The Moncton Flight College will add 29 new jobs to its staff of 142 currently employed at its Moncton and Fredericton campuses. The jobs will include flight-training instructors, aviation maintenance engineers and administrative staff.
- Work has begun on a new development on the former CN lands in Moncton, which will include a hotel, high-end apartments, retail space and a restaurant. Westmount Developments will construct five or six buildings over the next four years.
- According to Site Selection magazine, Moncton is one of the 10 locations in Canada to do business. The magazine evaluated 280 locations based on criteria like regional partnerships, business friendly legislation, worker availability and economic growth.
- Medical marijuana company OrganiGram is preparing to expand its facility and create more than 100 jobs for growers, chemists, microbiologists, accountants, and call centre employees at its base in Moncton. The company currently has 65 employees. The company is preparing for the recreational legalization of marijuana and has plans to quadruple its production space.
- HBB Medical Inc. has opened a second marijuana dispensary along Chesley Drive in Saint John. Employees of HBB Medical are prescribed users of marijuana, in order to better understand their customer's needs.
- The Old Cosmo Complex in Moncton has shut down after struggling to attract customers to its bars after closing for renovations and faced greater competition once it re-opened. The complex was the largest nightclub in the city.
- Four job fairs held in Moncton in the past year, resulted in the employment of at least 84 immigrants, including 50 international students. The Empress Theatre on Main Street will host the next fairs on September 23, 2016 and October 7, 2016.
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