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
Visit the Provincial Job Futures for information on the current trends and the future outlook for occupations in this province or territory. This Web site is a joint effort of the federal, provincial and territorial governments. You can view a report specific to this occupation on: Provincial Job Futures - (Employment Prospects section) Web Site.
Labour Market Bulletins
An analysis of the local labour market and an assessment of local employment-related events.
- October 2014 | (PDF, 729 KB)
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- Annual Edition 2013 | (PDF, 700 KB) new
- December 2013 | (PDF, 560 KB)
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- January 2013 | (PDF, 500 KB)
- Annual Edition 2012 | (PDF, 313 KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of Nov 03 - Nov 07, 2014
- Honda of Canada Mfg. in Alliston is investing about $857M over three years in new technologies, worker training and research partnerships with Ontario colleges and universities. The project is receiving a conditional grant from the provincial government.
- Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. plans to invest $210M in its Ontario operations and create 325 new jobs over the next five years. Prospective recruits will include engineers, researchers and personnel in sales, marketing and support functions.
- The Napoleon Group of Companies in Barrie is expanding its product line and hiring more than 100 new employees, including welders, forklift drivers, machine operators and staff for administrative and research and development positions.
- Construction is underway on the Bow Lake Wind Farm, a $300M project between BluEarth Renewables Inc. and Batchewana First Nation. The project will create 180 jobs during the peak of construction and benefit 35 businesses in the area.
- Healthcare company Baxter Corporation is investing $10M to build a new manufacturing facility in Mississauga, which is expected to open in October 2015
- L-D Tool & Die, an injection moulding company in Stittsville, plans to hire 20 new employees by the end of 2015. The company is currently undergoing a $1.2M expansion of its manufacturing facility.
- Site clearing is underway in Windsor and Detroit to prepare for construction of the Detroit River International Crossing project. Columbia Utility Services Inc. of St. Joachim will prepare the site of the Canadian toll and inspection plazas.
- Construction is about to begin on a $1.3M expansion at the Best Western Plus Walkerton East Ridge Hotel. The addition, including a convention centre and bistro bar and grill is expected to open in the spring of 2015 and create up to 14 jobs.
- The Government of Canada is contributing $727,875 towards the construction of an 8,500-sq.-ft. community building in the Village of South River to accommodate the expansion of Highlander Brew Co. and establish storefronts for area businesses
- The Quebec-based company, EBC Inc., secured a $12.7M contract from the Government of Canada to replace the Big Chaudière Dam at the French River Dam Complex near Dokis in Ontario
- Twenty correctional officers have been hired at facilities in Thunder Bay, Fort Frances and Kenora
- Future Shop will open a new concept store in Cornwall in November
- The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre is collaborating with local bodies to develop a software for utility-based smart grid projects, creating 5 to 10 jobs. The project is receiving funding support from the provincial government.
- North America Construction (1993) Ltd. has begun work on the first phase of the four-staged Whitney-Tisdale Sanitary System Upgrades project in Timmins with completion expected in the fall of 2015
- The City of Peterborough is recruiting fire fighters and is accepting online applications until December 23
- Scotiabank will eliminate approximately 1,000 jobs in Canada as part of its global restructuring plan. The total job impact in Ontario is currently unknown.
- Metro Inc. will be closing the Metro grocery store at Southridge Mall in Sudbury on January 10, 2015, affecting approximately 100 employees
- The newly-unveiled Fortin Discovery Lab at the Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT) in Sudbury will provide companies with access to equipment to build and test prototypes, produce parts and conduct compliance-testing
- Mobis Parts Canada has broken ground for a distribution centre in Markham, with expected completion in early 2016. This centre, once completed, will employ up to 350 workers.
- Livingston International Inc., a customs brokerage and trade compliance company, will hire 35 new staff at its Fort Erie office
- Structural alterations are underway as manufacturer ElringKlinger AG prepares to reopen its Leamington location on Seneca Drive in late 2015. It will employ up to 10 staff with manufacturing, technical and engineering experience.
- synAgri L.P, a manufacturer and distributor of agricultural products, is building a new facility in Chesterville which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2015, creating about 10 new jobs
- The Township of Muskoka Lakes is recruiting firefighters
- The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation Slots at Dresden Raceway is hiring cashiers, slot attendants, marketing representatives, security and surveillance staff for part-time, full-time and contract positions
- Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre officially opened its $87M expansion project of 200,000 square feet that features an event court, a digital lounge, a sport neighbourhood and 50 additional retail concepts
- Centennial College has broken ground for its new $85M Residence and Culinary Arts Centre in Scarborough, with expected completion in 2016
- Ward & Burke Microtunnelling Ltd. and Coco Paving Ltd. are about to begin drilling the 220m-long tunnel under the Scugog River for the Northwest Trunk sewer project
- Timmins-based Cy Rheault Construction Ltd. secured a $34M contract to complete Laurentian University's Campus modernization project by the end of 2016
- The University of Toronto's Goldring Centre for high performance sport has officially opened
- Kenalex Construction Company Limited was awarded a contract by the Near North District School Board to build a new elementary school at the site of the former Pinewood Public School in North Bay
- Strathcona Solar Initiatives is set to begin construction on three solar projects in Cobalt for Solaire Cobalt Solar Inc., a joint venture between the Towns of Cobalt and Kapuskasing
- Flotron's Tweed and Hickory retail location on Main Street in Huntsville will close within the next few months
- Transcontinental Inc. will close its printing plant in Concord and Edmonton at the end of 2014. This will result in a total job loss of 120 between the two plants.
- The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is planning to cut an additional 153 jobs across the country by March 2015. Most of the cuts will happen in Toronto, where 78 jobs will be lost.
- U.S. Steel Canada announced it would temporarily idle its coke-making operations in Hamilton effective November 1, affecting 100 employees. Some employees may be reassigned to other positions.
- The Ontario Provincial Police and Contemporary Security Canada will recruit 5,000 college students enrolled in police and justice programs to work as security guards, screeners and venue supervisors for the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games
- The new Tanger Outlet Ottawa mall opened in Kanata, featuring over 75 retail stores. The centre employs approximately 1,000 retail management and sales staff.
- Canada Goose Inc. opened its new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Toronto. Combined with its expansion in Winnipeg, up to 200 new manufacturing jobs as well as numerous management and administrative positions will be created.
- Target Canada opened two new retail stores in Mississauga and Ottawa employing about 150 workers each
- Desire2Learn, a Waterloo-based education technology startup, plans on hiring 60 to 100 employees this year to add to its team of over 800 employees
- Boston Pizza International Inc. will be opening a new restaurant in Tillsonburg in December and expects to hire about 80 employees
- The Federal Economic Development Agency of Southern Ontario is investing $1.4M in two London-based organizations. Voices.com will receive $900,000 and expects to hire 45 workers, and the Southwestern Ontario Angel Group will receive up to $500,000.
- Pivotal, a cloud-based software firm, has opened its new Toronto office and is investing $300M in its Canadian operations over the next 10 years. This will be the company's second biggest office.
- Lakeshore Forest Products Ltd. plans to open a new sawmill in Goderich by summer 2015, creating 20-25 jobs initially, with the possibility of expanding to 35-40 employees
- DuPont Pioneer has recently completed a year-long $19M expansion at its Chatham facility, which includes new corn refuge blending towers and soybean equipment. This is expected to increase both production and job opportunities at the plant.
- Nexans Canada Inc. is investing $15M to expand its low voltage manufacturing facility in Fergus, Centre Wellington. The expansion of the facility by 132,000 square feet is expected to be completed in October 2015.
- Oscar Construction Company Ltd. is about to begin work on a $6.2M museum expansion project in Windsor
- The Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation received $500,000 from the Government of Canada to establish an industrial park on the north shore of Lake Huron
- Site work is underway at the former Jones Road Industrial Park in Kenora. The newly-named Stevenson Industrial Park will feature commercial space ready for lease.
- A multi-phase re-development project in Tecumseh will see a new craft brewery on the north side of Tecumseh Rd. near Shawnee Rd.
- The Ozhibii'igewigamig Employment and Training centre, a partnership between Shooniyaa Wa-Biitong and the NeChee Friendship Centre, opened in downtown Kenora last month
- The Government of Ontario will provide $10M over three years through the new Ontario Libraries Capacity Fund to help libraries improve IT resources
- Temiskaming Hospital is eliminating an estimated 15 full-time positions. The total number of layoffs is unknown as a number of jobs are expected to be lost through attrition, early retirements and voluntary exits.
- Timmins and District Hospital is eliminating 40 positions beginning early next year. The total number of layoffs is unknown as a number of jobs are expected to be lost through attrition, early retirement and voluntary exits.
- Xerox Canada Inc. has closed its Oakville plant, impacting 69 people
- Owens Corning will be cutting 70% of the workforce at its fibreglass plant in Guelph. As a significant portion of its production is moved to Tlaxcala, Mexico, 119 jobs will be cut by 2016.
- Bruce Power is investing $86.7M to conduct planned maintenance of its Unit 5 nuclear reactor in Tiverton, creating 400 temporary positions during the 50-day outage
- Strathcona Solar Initiatives announced that it will open a solar module manufacturing facility in the former Nortel building in Belleville this month, creating 130 positions. The company recently hired 50 employees at its new plant in Napanee.
- North Bay-based mine builder Cementation Canada Inc. secured a three-year contract to rehabilitate the shafts at a salt mine in Goderich. As many as 100 employees and sub-contractors are expected onsite during peak periods.
- Construction has started on the new $10M Avalon Catholic Elementary School in Ottawa, which is expected to open in September 2015
- Construction is underway at a new $4.5M commercial plaza in Walkerville in Essex County
- Ground breaking took place on a $2.3M project to construct a new Canadian Wildlife Services headquarters in Norfolk. STM Construction Ltd. of Brantford will construct the research facility with an expected completion date in October 2015.
- The City of Windsor has awarded a $1M+ contract to Giorgi Bros. Construction Ltd. to reconstruct sidewalks throughout the city
- Thomas Canning (Maidstone) Ltd. has signed a second contract with Nigeria, to provide food safety training workshops via their National Agency For Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
- The Government of Ontario will provide $6M to expand and develop 30 community paramedicine programs to improve access to care in the community for patients with chronic conditions, especially seniors
- Menswear retailer Stollerys, which has been a Toronto landmark for 114 years, will close its Bloor Street West store in a few months
- The Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin is closing its office in Little Current, affecting 21 employees
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