Explore Careers - Job Market Report
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Outlook & Prospects for Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations in Kingston - Pembroke Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Provincial Employment Potential Information
The following table identifies employment conditions within Ontario.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
Compared to other occupations, this is a relatively small occupational group in Ontario with few and infrequent job opportunities.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Hamilton--Niagara Peninsula Region||(Undetermined)||2014-07-31|
|Kingston - Pembroke Region||(Undetermined)||2014-07-31|
|Stratford--Bruce Peninsula Region||(Undetermined)||2014-07-31|
Additional Provincial Prospects
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Labour Market Bulletins
An analysis of the local labour market and an assessment of local employment-related events.
- November 2014 | (PDF, 755 KB)
- October 2014 | (PDF, 755 KB)
- October 2014 (Quarterly Edition) | (PDF, 729 KB)
- September 2014 | (PDF, 709 KB)
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- February 2014 | (PDF, 648 KB)
- January 2014 | (PDF, 721 KB)
- Annual Edition 2013 | (PDF, 700 KB) new
- December 2013 | (PDF, 560 KB)
- November 2013 | (PDF, 568 KB)
- October 2013 | (PDF, 461 KB)
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- March 2013 | (PDF, 245 KB)
- February 2013 | (PDF, 249 KB)
- January 2013 | (PDF, 500 KB)
- Annual Edition 2012 | (PDF, 313 KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of Mar 09 - Mar 13, 2015
- Loblaw Companies Limited announced it will build 50 new stores and improve more than 100 existing locations across Canada this year, creating more than 20,000 staffing and construction jobs
- Sutherland Global Services, a Windsor business process and technology management services company, projects it will hire 400 new staff over the next three months
- The Government of Canada is investing $8.1M into Fanshawe College's Canadian Centre for Product Validation in London, creating 115 permanent jobs and 50 temporary jobs during the project
- Gerry Weber, a German-based womenswear brand, plans to open eight locations in Canada, with six locations scheduled to open this spring in Southern Ontario
- Auto parts company TRW Automotive is expanding and has contracted with Mid South Land Development Corp. to build its second Windsor location, a $10M plant that is expected to be completed by May. The employer plans to add 60 new staff. The new building will be used for warehousing and light assembly.
- Cargill Value Added Meats in London is hiring 60 seasonal general labourers this summer
- The University of Windsor plans to hire up to 50 new faculty members
- Giant Tiger Stores Limited in Alliston relocated to the former Zellers location, creating 12 new full and part-time jobs and 12 temporary positions
- Quality Cheese Inc. has purchased a facility in Orangeville and will take possession in March. The plant will employ 20 people with plans to hire more.
- Winners will open a location at Sparks Street Mall in Ottawa, on the site of the former Zellers
- Two Thunder Bay businesses, Murillo Millworks and Thunder Bay Hydraulics Ltd., received $175,000 and $270,216, respectively, from the Province of Ontario to expand their businesses and purchase new equipment, creating 18 jobs
- Auto parts manufacturer, HBPO Canada Inc., is undergoing a $1.6M expansion and will add 12 new workers to its Windsor plant as a result of a 5-year contract renewal with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
- Windsor auto parts firm Mayson Machining Ltd. has opened a second plant on Pilette Road and plans to hire toolmakers, control technicians and labourers
- Weyerhaeuser Company Limited is looking to hire electricians, millwrights and steam engineers at its lumber mill in Kenora
- Boniferro Mill Works ULC in Sault Ste. Marie received $1M from the Province of Ontario to expand its sawmill and purchase new equipment, creating between 5 and 10 direct jobs and approximately 25 indirect forestry harvesting jobs
- Care Medical Transportation Services in Windsor-Essex closed in March affecting 24 staff
- Wilfred Laurier University eliminated 22 jobs due to budget constraints. The reductions consisted of support staff and management.
- Cambridge Memorial Hospital issued layoff notices to 14 registered practical nurses and 19 nurses. No job losses are expected as most positions will be eliminated through attrition and potentially replaced by 33 personal support workers.
- Applications are now open for the Ontario Summer Jobs programs that help youth find a job, start their own business, or work with the provincial government or its related agencies and community groups. Various deadlines apply.
- Toyota Boshoku Canada, Inc. received just over $1M from the Government of Ontario to invest in new technology and expand its Elmira manufacturing facility, creating 73 new jobs
- The Government of Ontario provided over $1M to Howa Textile Industry Co., Ltd. to establish a new manufacturing facility in Alliston, which will create 40 new jobs
- Redevelopment has begun on Stratford's Downie Lofts project that will see the creation of six condo residences plus commercial space, employing about 30 workers to date
- Huntsville-based MuskokaPharma Inc. plans to turn the former Tembec flooring plant into a medical marijuana production facility. The company expects to hire about 30 people when it opens.
- Giant Tiger Stores Limited will open a Hanover location in October 2015 on the site of the former Zellers with hiring expected to begin later this year
- Giant Tiger Stores Limited will open a Sioux Lookout location in October 2015
- Marshalls will open a new retail store in Windsor in March
- Reiss Ltd., a London-based fashion brand, will open its first Canadian store in Toronto's Eaton Centre this spring
- Gilpin Funeral Chapel Ltd. has officially opened a new full-service location in Sarnia in March
- JMHI Insurance Group will open a new location in Wallaceburg this spring
- The Government of Ontario provided $1M in funding to the Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation as part of a $2M airport expansion. Construction is expected to start in May 2015, creating six jobs upon completion.
- Windsor's newest craft brewery, Craft Heads Brewing Company, opened in February
- Boart Longyear Canada, a manufacturer of drilling equipment and machinery for the mining industry, laid off 22 employees at its plant in North Bay
- The Toronto Catholic District School Board is planning on cutting a number of full-time equivalent positions this fall
- Houston Lake Mining Inc. will begin the third phase of an ongoing drill program at its PAK Rare Metals Project north of Red Lake
- Commissioning of BioAmber Inc.'s $135M bio-succinic acid plant in Sarnia has begun, even though construction will continue for another few months. It is expected to be fully operational in the fall.
- Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. announced it will add 400 new jobs at its Oakville assembly plant to produce the new Ford Edge crossover SUV
- Mountain Equipment Co-op has received final approval to build a 42,000 sq. foot store in North York. The new store will employ approximately 142 people and is scheduled to open spring 2016.
- Farm Boy Masonville will open in London in March, creating 140 full and part-time jobs
- Heroux-Devtek Inc., an aerospace manufacturing company, is opening a new facility in Cambridge. The facility is expected to be fully operational in June 2015 and will create around 40 jobs.
- The $135M Massey Hall revitalization project was launched in Toronto. The first phase, which includes a new two-storey basement, will cost approximately $32M and has received federal, provincial, and private funding.
- The former Talisman ski resort in Kincardine is undergoing about $7M of renovations and is set to open as Talisman Mountain Springs Inn this summer with new restaurants and amenities
- Westhoek Construction Ltd. was awarded a $3M contract for the Chatham-Kent Hospice, with construction to begin in the coming weeks
- Van Horne Construction Ltd. was awarded a contract worth about $1M for childcare space and a new classroom at the Stirling Public School. The construction is scheduled to begin in March 2015 with expected completion by July 31st.
- The Government of Ontario approved funding for 78 projects to build and repair infrastructure throughout the province, supporting construction jobs
- Judith & Charles, a Montréal-based women's fashion brand will open two Toronto locations this fall at Hazelton Lanes and Sherway Gardens
- Construction has started on the new 25,000 sq. ft building for the Canadian headquarters of NSF International - Guelph Food Technology Centre
- The former Church Restaurant in Stratford will be undergoing renovations and will re-open in May as Revival House, with a 150-person dining and event venue on the main floor and 80-seat gastro pub called The Chapel on the upper level
- A Shoeless Joe¿s Sports Grill franchise location is expected to open in North Bay in October 2015
- The Township of Zorra is accepting applications until March 18 for Thamesford Area Swimming Pool staff for the summer of 2015
- Rockport, a footwear retailer, will open five Canadian locations this year, including a flagship store at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in August, followed by a location in Scarborough Town Centre in September
- The Government of Canada has awarded a grant of $8.1 million to Grafoid Inc. to design and test an automated system to mass-produce graphene, a type of carbon with multiple applications in manufacturing, at its technology centre in Kingston
- The Government of Canada provided $331,000 in funding to the YMCA of Greater Toronto for a project designed to help 45 people with disabilities find employment
- Teleperformance Canada will close its contact centre in Thunder Bay by April 20, 2015, affecting approximately 160 employees
- Following previously reported layoffs earlier in February, Wipro Enterprises Inc. announced 115 additional layoffs at their Brantford call centre to take effect on February 28th and March 31st
- Resolute Forest Products is recruiting tradespeople and production workers for its sawmill in Sapawe near Atikokan. The sawmill is expected to be fully operational by the end of May 2015 and will employ around 100 workers.
- Tory Burch, an upscale women's fashion retailer, will open a new 3,000 square foot location at Sherway Gardens in Toronto
- MappedIn Inc., a Kitchener-based indoor mapping start-up, received $600,000 from the Government of Canada to diversify and expand, creating an anticipated 48 full-time jobs
- The Makabi Inn and the Nugget Motel (formally the Mid-Town Motel) are undergoing renovations and will reopen under new ownership in Fort Frances in spring 2015
- HubHead Corp., a software solutions company in Markham, will be receiving up to $625,000 from the federal government to develop and expand operations. The project is expected to sustain 45 jobs and create up to ten additional positions by 2019.
- Hurley's Mattress and Appliance opened in Tillsonburg in February at the former Sears franchise site, and has plans to open a parts and service department and hire additional staff
- The Municipality of Powassan received $387,646 from the Government of Ontario towards the establishment of Fairview Lane Industrial Park. Construction is expected to begin in spring 2015.
- St. Andrew Goldfields Ltd., a Canadian-based gold mining company, announced plans to bring its Taylor Project located east of Timmins into production by the end of 2015
- The Government of Ontario announced $4M in funding for 11 organizations to provide loans or grants to help social enterprise startups across the province
- Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. announced it will make its next generation GT ¿supercar' at Multimatic Inc., an auto component manufacturer in Markham
- The Government of Ontario suspended operations at all Everest College locations in the province, affecting approximately 450 staff members and 2,450 students
- Maple Leaf Foods Inc. will outsource cleaning of the plant and machinery at its plant in Hamilton due to high turnover, affecting around 100 employees. Some affected workers may find alternate employment in production at the plant.
- Essar Steel Algoma Inc. in Sault Ste. Marie issued 55 layoffs citing decreased demand for plate steel. The company hopes to recall workers in mid-April pending improved market conditions.
- Auberge du Petit Prince, a fine dining restaurant in London, will close in February
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