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Outlook & Prospects for Dietitians and Nutritionists in Saint John--St. Stephen Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Saint John--St. Stephen Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
No employment outlook has been assigned to Dietitians and Nutritionists (NOC 3132) in the Saint John - St. Stephen region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Apr 04 - Apr 08, 2016
- Saint John city council has given approval-in-principle to The Crossing, a huge retail project mixing retail, office and residential space, to be constructed over the next 15 years along a 72-hectare plot by developer Horizon Management Limited.
- Loyalist House, a national historic site in Saint John, is undergoing a $600,000 renovation, which is expected to be completed by the end of May and in time for tourism season.
- Quispamsis-based Massey Walton Energy Systems Inc. is planning the development of an industrial-size wind farm just outside Saint John. There are currently three other wind farms in New Brunswick; Kent Hills, Caribou Wind Park and Laméque Wind Farm.
- Following IBM's recent announcement of 100 new full-time jobs in its security division in Fredericton, the company plans to add an additional 110 jobs in Saint John and 40 jobs in Florenceville-Bristol over the next three years.
- Several recent or planned business openings in St. Stephen include Favourite Trends, Pita Pit, and Irving Oil Ltd.'s new development which includes a refuelling stop, provincial visitor information centre and Burger King restaurant. Giant Tiger also plans to open a store at the Charlotte Mall on June 18.
- Port City Water Partners plan to hire several new employees from across New Brunswick once construction begins on the new water treatment plant in Saint John. Port City Water Partners, a partnership of several companies, will be funding the development of the $216.8M water treatment plant and will be responsible for operating the facility for 30 years. Construction is set to begin this spring.
- Alantra Leasing, Mrs. Dunsters and Timberparts will share about $720,000 in funding from ACOA, which will result in the creation of 39 jobs in Sussex.
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