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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|
Employment outlooks were not assessed for Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations (NOC 7211) in Ontario.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Hamilton--Niagara Peninsula Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
|Kingston - Pembroke Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
|Stratford--Bruce Peninsula Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
What percentage of people in this occupation are self-employed?
This occupation (Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations) is part of a larger group called Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers (NOC 721). According to the Labour Force Survey (2013), 45% of workers in this group were self-employed, while the average for all occupations was 15%.
What proportion of people in this occupation work full-time?
This occupation (Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations) is part of a larger group called Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers (NOC 721). According to the Labour Force Survey (2013), 99% of workers in this group worked full-time, compared to the average of 81% for all occupations.
What is the proportion of women working in this occupation?
According to the National Household Survey (2011), women represented 5% of workers in this occupation compared to the average of 48% for all occupations.
What percentage of people in this occupation are members of a union?
This occupation (Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations) is part of a larger group called Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers (NOC 721). According to the Labour Force Survey (2013), the unionization rate for this group was 33%, while the unionization rate for all occupations was 28%.
Additional Provincial Prospects
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Provincial / Territorial Labour Market News
Week of Jul 04 - Jul 08, 2016
- Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes will reopen an unspecified number of stores throughout Ontario, potentially creating as many as 500 jobs in the next five years
- Startech.com, a London-based technology product maker, has doubled the size of its headquarters to 61,000-sq.-ft. and is looking to hire 200 workers over the next five years
- Sobeys Inc. is hiring 250 jobs for its new store to be opened in London in the early fall
- A Farm Boy grocery store will open on Hespeler Road in Cambridge in early fall, creating around 140 jobs
- Brotech Precision CNC Inc., a manufacturer of ultra-high precision metal products for various industries, received just over $250K in funding from the Government of Ontario to expand operations in Barrie, creating 15 jobs
- Aphria Inc., a medical marijuana producer in Leamington, is expanding. The company plans to hire 20 employees after construction of a 640,000-sq.-ft. addition is completed by year's end.
- The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board in northwest Ontario expects to hire up to 14 elementary and secondary school teachers before the fall, some in Special Education
- The Government of Ontario has awarded about $37M in contracts for northeastern Ontario roadwork in 2016 to Pioneer Construction Inc., Aecon Construction and Materials Ltd. and Bélanger Construction Incorporated.
- Union Gas Ltd. began construction on a pipeline expansion in the Leamington-Kingsville area. The $12.3M project is expected to be completed in fall 2016 and will increase natural gas delivery to the area's agribusinesses.
- Drake General Store, a Toronto-based retailer, has opened its new three level flagship at the intersection of Abell and Queen Street West replacing their original location across the street
- Structube, a Montreal-based home furnishings retailer, will open another Toronto store at 2008 Yonge Street this month
- Nagel's Overstock Outlet, a furniture, appliances, and other household goods store, will open in August in the Heritage Place Mall in Owen Sound
- The Shark Club Sports Bar and Grill has begun construction of its Mississauga location on Dixie Rd. in the Sandman Hotel
- Turbine producer CS Wind Canada will shut down for six weeks due to a gap between production orders, affecting all 345 employees at the Windsor site
- BWXT Canada Ltd., (formerly Babcock & Wilcox Canada Ltd.), an equipment and services provider for the nuclear power industry, laid off 24 workers in Cambridge
Week of Jun 27 - Jul 01, 2016
- Pillar5 Pharma Inc., an Arnprior-based manufacturer of over-the-counter eye and ear products, will invest $4M in new equipment to increase productivity. This investment will create 50 permanent jobs over the next two years.
- BIOX Corporation will gradually restart operations at Methes Energies Canada Inc.¿s idled biodiesel facility in Sombra, south of Sarnia. The plant will employ between 15 and 20 workers at full productive capacity.
- A newly-expanded Zehrs grocery store opened at the North Barrie Crossing development, replacing the store on 201 Cundles Road. The new store has 175 employees.
- Cam Tran Co. Ltd., a transformer manufacturing and refurbishing facility in Colborne, will receive $300,000 from the Government of Ontario to expand its facility and invest in new technology, creating 10 new jobs and retaining 139 positions
- A $4.3M contract was awarded to Coco Paving Inc. for the repavement of about 10 km from Talbotville to St. Thomas, creating or sustaining approximately 43 direct and indirect construction jobs
- PHI Dental Care has opened in Sault Ste. Marie on Great Northern Rd., with approximately 19 staff
- Greystone Project Management started construction on a new fire station in Tay Township. The $2M project is expected to be completed in 2017 and it will replace the current station.
- The Goderich Harbour will undergo a $16M expansion with construction starting in spring 2017 and will take about 18 months to complete
- The Amber Hotel, a new 21 room boutique hotel, opened in Grand Bend
- Adore Cosmetics, a luxury beauty line, is expanding across Canada and will open stores at the Oshawa Centre and Ottawa¿s Rideau Centre. It is already operating stores in Cookstown, Pickering and St. Catharines.
- Sarnia's Lambton College broke gound on the NOVA Chemicals Health & Research Centre and an Athletics & Fitness Complex. Construction on both buildings is expected to be completed by fall 2018.
- The City of Kingston has awarded a $1.13M contract to Emmons & Mitchell Construction Ltd. for the reconstruction of the Cataraqui Mall Bus Terminal. The construction is set to start July 4.
- Coventry Connections Inc., a taxi dispatch company, is laying off 60 employees at its Ottawa call centre and has laid-off approximately 12 administrative staff since April. Taxi booking services will now be managed by a call centre in the Philippines.
- Scotiabank will close two branches in Wilberforce and Maynooth, consolidating their operations with the Bancroft branch in January 2017
- The Government of Canada announced $267.5M in infrastructure investments along the Trent-Severn Waterway in central Ontario
Week of Jun 20 - Jun 24, 2016
- The Government of Ontario will invest $26.9M to replace the Tiffin St. overpass and repair the Barrie-Collingwood overpass along Highway 400. Construction will begin in July and continue until fall 2018, creating around 270 jobs.
- Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd. opened a store in Alcona, creating 115 full and part-time jobs
- Cineplex Entertainment LP will open a new movie theatre at North Barrie Crossing at the end of July, creating 50 jobs
- GreenMantra Recycling Technologies Ltd., a wax product manufacturer in Brantford, will receive a repayable contribution of up to $600K from the Government of Canada to develop and implement a resource planning system, creating 25 jobs
- Matter and Form Inc., a 3D scanner manufacturer in Toronto, will receive an $858K repayable contribution from the Government of Canada to complete the commercialization of their second generation 3D scanners, creating 12 jobs
- Voisin Capital Inc. and Miovision Technologies Inc. announced a $55M conversion of a former warehouse on Glasgow St. in Kitchener into a technology campus for hardware firms. Construction on Catalyst137 is expected to be completed in summer 2017.
- Construction is about to begin on a $6.3M expansion project, funded by the Government of Ontario, at L'École Catholique St-Michel in Temiskaming Shores to create three kindergarten rooms and 45 new licensed child care spaces
- Giant Tiger Stores Ltd. opened a retail location in Sioux Lookout in June
- Metrolinx will expand GO Transit's Lakeshore East train service to offer new service from Oshawa to Bowmanville by extending the rail network by 20km and building four new stations in Oshawa, Courtice and Bowmanville. Service is expected to begin by 2023-24.
- The Canadian Space Agency has launched a recruitment campaign to hire two Canadian astronauts
- Browns Shoes, a Montreal-based footwear retailer, will open a new store at Ottawa's CF Rideau Centre in July and expand its existing store at Vaughan Mills in August
- American Airlines, Inc. will no longer operate out of the Region of Waterloo International Airport, suspending service to Chicago effective October 5, 2016
- Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board is hiring 20 secondary school teachers and lay off 50 elementary school teachers
- Ten jobs at Cassellholme, a seniors long-term care home in North Bay, have been affected by layoffs or reduced hours as the employer reduces it costs to meet requirements for mandated pay equity
- St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital will close its sleep studies clinic in October and restructure its ambulatory care clinic, eliminating about 7 full-time equivalent positions
- The Alliston Sobeys will close on mid-August and re-open in the fall as FreshCo. FreshCo. expects to re-hire the 93 part-time employees that have temporarily been laid off.
- The Bowmanville Zoo located in Durham Region is set to close at the end of the 2016 season. The number of jobs impacted is currently unknown.
Week of Jun 06 - Jun 10, 2016
- The provincial government is investing over $1B towards the City of Ottawa's Light Rail Transit expansion. The two-stage project is expected to create approximately 1,000 full-time jobs, add 30km of new rail, 19 new stations and be completed in 2023.
- General Motors of Canada Ltd. plans to add nearly 750 new software and engineering jobs as it opens a new Software Development Centre in Markham, invests $10M in its Kapuskasing cold-weather testing facility and expands its research and development capacity in Canada
- Maple Reinders Constructors Ltd and Fowler Construction Company Limited have begun demolition of the Cascade Generation Station in Parry Sound. Completion of the $17.5M project is expected for the fall of 2017.
- Vineland Research and Innovation Centre in the Niagara region received a combined investment of $12.9M from the provincial and federal governments towards research and development, creating about 125 full-time equivalent jobs over the course of the project
- Teutech Industries Inc., an automotive parts manufacturer in Guelph, will invest $10M with help from the Government of Ontario to upgrade and expand its plant, creating 50 new jobs
- Cavalier Tool and Manufacturing Ltd., a Windsor-based tool maker, will add about 50 jobs consisting of CNC machinists, tool makers and designers
- Devlan Construction Ltd. of Guelph was awarded the $10.6M contract to expand the Grey County administration building. Construction is expected to start this summer and last 18 months.
- Perry + Perry Developments Inc. plans to start construction this year on a $5.1M 23-unit expansion at its housing development in Lively in the Greater Sudbury area
- Allen-Hastings Limited of Owen Sound was awarded a $1.8M tender to build two classrooms and an auxiliary place for the Sacred Heart School in Mildmay. The work should be completed by November 2016.
- The Lambton Kent District School Board is hiring 12 new high school teachers this September
- The Government of Canada will invest more than $680K through Canada Summer Jobs program towards creating jobs for youth in the Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock riding
- Zuracon Inc. was awarded a $636K contract by the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board to renovate St. Andrew's Catholic School in Killaloe
- The Lake of the Woods Employment Action Project in Kenora has opened a summer jobs office that provides students with employment services
- Jones New York, a womenswear retailer, will close all of its 37 stores in Canada, affecting 300 employees. In Ontario, the closure will impact 23 locations.
- Johnson Controls Inc., an auto parts manufacturer will be closing its Whitby plant and eliminating more than 200 jobs on July 1, 2016
- Retailer Ralph Lauren plans to close more than 50 stores and lay off 1,000 staff. It is unknown at this time if any of the three Ontario locations - Halton Hills, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Cookstown - will be affected.
- Automotive component manufacturer Nemak of Canada Corp. has issued layoff notices to 49 production workers and 12 skilled trade workers at its Windsor plant
- The Foodland grocery store in downtown Meaford will close in August, affecting 20 employees
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