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Outlook & Prospects for Senior Managers – Health, Education, Social and Community Services and Membership Organizations in North Shore Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|North Shore Region||(Undetermined)||2014-07-31|
Employment outlooks have been determined at the provincial level for Nova Scotia.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Nov 03 - Nov 07, 2014
- Real estate company Results Realty has opened within the past few months in New Glasgow, and employs five agents
- A Pita Pit franchise restaurant will open in New Glasgow within a few weeks, and the owners plan to initially hire 15 workers. M.G. Wallace Construction is currently working on the site in the Aberdeen Business Park.
- Shenanigans, a sports bar serving pub food, has opened in New Glasgow in the space of the former Frog and Toad, which closed a few months ago. The business has 10 employees.
- Staff training will begin by December at the nearly complete Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Priestville. The 130 workers will include some staff from facilities in Antigonish and Amherst, which will both close in January.
- Singapore-based Atlantis Resources Ltd. is one of four tidal power developers to have now signed seabed lease agreements with the Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy, and the company plans to deploy a turbine at a Bay of Fundy test site in late 2016. The company also plans to open a project office in Halifax in early 2015.
- Dartmouth-based Aecon Atlantic and Chantier Davie Canada Inc. of Lévis, Quebec have signed an agreement to work together on certain shipbuilding and marine-related projects. The agreement should benefit Aecon Atlantic's Pictou Shipyard facility.
- Amherst-based Maritech Construction will construct a $2.87M police facility in the town. The work will begin in early December, with occupancy expected by August 2015.
- The Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy has installed the second of four underwater cables in the Minas Basin, and will continue with the installation of a platform over the next year. The $10M sensor technology program designed to explore the Fundy tides employs dozens of Nova Scotia contractors, according to the Centre.
- Duffy's Esso, a full-service gas station in Amherst, closed in October after 51 years in business. The owner says it is hard for old-style gas stations to compete with larger, modern operations.
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