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Outlook & Prospects for Printing Machine Operators in Edmonton Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
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No employment outlook has been assigned to Printing Machine Operators (NOC 9471) in the Edmonton region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Apr 18 - Apr 22, 2016
- The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council has provided $1.65M over six years for the new Diamond Exploration Research and Training School at the University of Alberta in Edmonton
- Bundok, a new restaurant in downtown Edmonton, is set to open by July 1, 2016
- The Wetaskiwin Regional Chamber of Commerce cancelled its annual Spring Showcase & FEASTival this year due to a lack of exhibitors
- Sturgeon County has approved $335,000 in grants to a range of community groups for capital projects and programs
- Goodlife Fitness is opening three new locations in Edmonton in 2016
- Designer Shoe Warehouse is opening a second location in Edmonton in the fall of 2016 as part of a wider expansion in Canada
- The $200M redevelopment of the derelict Charles Camsell Hospital in Edmonton is scheduled to start in the summer of 2016. The project managers have plans for 594 units of housing on the site.
- The McDonalds franchisee in St. Albert is hiring up to 15 new employees at each of the six restaurant locations incorporating new kiosks for custom orders
- The City of St. Albert is seeing higher staff attrition rates for full-time positions, compared to 2014
- Halifax Transit launched a targeted recruitment drive in Edmonton in a bid to hire licensed truck and transport mechanics for the city's bus fleet
- Fortis LGS and BCM Developments have started work on two mixed-use buildings on the Station Pointe lands in Edmonton. The project is expected to be complete in approximately 15 months.
- The University of Alberta is receiving $2M for a five-year study to make hydraulic fracturing more environmentally friendly and cost efficient
- Chandos Construction is working with Procura on extensive renovations to the Associated Engineering building in downtown Edmonton. The work on the renamed WSP Place is expected to be complete in December 2016.
- The Edmonton Institution for Women is implementing a training course in dog grooming. The first session is expected to be completed by March 2017. Graduates of the program would be certified by the Canadian Professional Pet Stylists.
- The City of Edmonton started work on a $12.4M bridge rehabilitation project. The project is scheduled for completion by October 2016.
- The Northeast Capital Industrial Association expects that up to $600M will be spent by companies during the turnaround season, currently underway, for facilities in the Fort Saskatchewan area
- Eleanor and Laurent, a new café and bakery in Edmonton, is set to begin construction within the next few weeks
- The City of Edmonton is dealing with derelict commercial properties by demolishing or remediating the structures. The city is tendering the work to private contractors and charging the costs back to the property owners' tax bills.
- Mountain Equipment Co-op is opening a second location in Edmonton in the fall of 2016
- The non-profit Children's Autism Services of Edmonton is planning to open a second campus for autistic children by the fall of 2016
- Stantec, an Edmonton-based engineering and consulting firm, is proposing a $793M US merger with MWH Global. The company intends to maintain head office operations in the city.
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