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|
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|
Additional Provincial Prospects
For additional information on current trends or the outlook for occupations in this province or territory, visit 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.
(To access archived Labour Market Bulletins not appearing on this webpage, please contact us).
- April 2016 | (PDF, 299 KB)
- March 2016 | (PDF, 280 KB)
- February 2016 | (PDF, 277 KB)
- January 2016 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- Annual Edition 2015 | (PDF, 344 KB)
- December 2015 | (PDF, 647 KB)
- November 2015 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- October 2015 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- September 2015 | (PDF, 647 KB)
- August 2015 | (PDF, 588 KB)
- July 2015 | (PDF, 683 KB)
- June 2015 | (PDF, 683 KB)
- Annual Edition 2014 | (PDF, 687 KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of May 09 - May 13, 2016
- The Government of Ontario is investing $7.8M in seven automotive supply companies in the Windsor-Essex region, creating 270 jobs and retaining more than 1,180 positions
- McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Ltd. is creating new job classifications, such as Guest Experience Leaders, as part of a modernization drive that will add 200 jobs in Hamilton
- Guardian Bridge Rapid Construction Inc., that manufactures environmentally pre-fabricated bridges and concrete forms, is opening in St. Mary's. The company will hire 25 workers by the end of July and at least 150 employees when fully operational.
- Fisheries and Oceans Canada will hire 135 research scientists, biologists, oceanographers and technicians through a ecruitment campaign across Canada. Job postings will be available soon on Jobs.gc.ca
- Two label manufacturers in Leamington, Caxton Mark Inc. and MGI Ltd. have merged to form Caxton Mark/MGI. The newly formed company is looking to expand its current workforce to 100 people.
- The Government of Canada is investing over $57M into the Rideau Canal National Historic Site that will be used for infrastructure work, including repairing bridges, damns and locks
- The Government of Ontario is partnering with Berry Plastics Canada Inc., a packaging company, for the investment of approximately $7.8M in new technology which will create 16 new jobs and retain 50 positions in Belleville.
- The first phase of a $1.5M project to build eight homes on Fort William First Nation will begin soon and be completed by September 2016. Eight contractors will be selected and provide employment to First Nation members.
- Villaneuve Construction Co. Ltd. has started work on a $660K project in Geraldton to upgrade the sewer infrastructure on Main Street
- The former Mac's Convenience stores opened its first Ontario store under the new branding of Circle K in Port Elgin
- Retailer Battery Battery in North Bay will open locations in Timmins and Sudbury in May
- Reiss, a British fashion retailer has opened a 2,400 sq. ft.- store at Cadillac Fairview Sherway Gardens in Toronto on May 12 and will be opening a location at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping centre in October 2016
- The 2016 CNE Casino is now training and hiring Casino personnel. Security positions are also available. The CNE Casino will operate from July 31 to September 5, 2016.
- Headwaters Health Care Centre in Orangeville breaks ground on May 26 for some major expansion, adding a 8,200- square-foot extension
- Micro coffee roaster Smile Tiger Coffee opened on Ahrens Street in Kitchener
- Groupe Germain Inc. has opened the Alt Hotel Ottawa on Slater Street. A second Le Germain Hotel is expected to open in 2017.
- Mandarin Restaurant Franchise Corporation opened Uncle Bob's Country Buffet in Barrie this week
- The $4.6M year-round Northern Water Sports Centre in Sudbury on Ramsey Lake will officially open on May 28, 2016
- Chatham-Kent's fire service has 15 openings for volunteer firefighters
- The Silver Water Canada Post office on Manitoulin Island closed in May after 133 years in operation, as the area switches to community mailboxes
- The Government of Ontario will close nine ServiceOntario offices in Guelph, Milton, Terrace Bay, Embrun, Minden, Morrisburg, Blind River, Kemptville and Mississauga over the next nine months. The staffing impact is unknown.
- The Employment Help Centre will host a job fair at the Beamsville arena on June 22
- The provincial government will invest $39.2M in four highway projects in northwestern Ontario to be completed by Pioneer Construction Inc. and Miller Northwest Ltd. Work will begin this spring and be complete by fall 2016.
- The Government of Ontario is investing $24.1M in the construction of a new Kindergarten to Grade 12 school for the Bluewater District School Board in Meaford. Construction will start next year for occupancy in September 2018.
- Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd. is investing $21M to improve its CF Shops at Don Mills located in North York. Construction is underway and is expected to be completed by spring 2017.
- Assent Compliance Inc. a compliance and data software provider headquartered in Ottawa, received a $20M private investment to invest in its business platforms and hire 100 new positions
- The government of Ontario is investing $11.3M in highway infrastructure projects in Northeastern Ontario that are scheduled to begin this spring
- Maystar General Contractors of Vaughan began working on the $10M expansion of the ER and accompanying laboratories of Southampton Hospital, the work is expected to be completed in 2018
- Ground breaking took place for the $8.5M football facility, the Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre, at the University of Guelph. The construction will be undertaken by Harbridge + Cross Ltd. with the design from Maclennan Jaunkains Miller Architects.
- Thunder Bay airport will close its secondary runway at the end of May for an $8M refurbishment, including repaving, new lighting and drainage. It is scheduled to reopen by the end of July.
- The Government of Ontario will invest over $7.6M to upgrade the water infrastructure and to repair roads in the communities of Bancroft, Centre Hastings, Limerick, Marmora and Lake, Tweed and Wollanston
- Finn Way General Contractors Inc. (Thunder Bay) and Keewatin-Aski (Sioux Lookout) were awarded the $5.5M project to upgrade the Atikokan Municipal Pool and Community Arena, the work is expected to be completed by September 2016
- Saint Elizabeth Community Enterprise is investing $4M to expand access to residential hospice care and community-based service
- The government of Ontario is investing $3M in Confederation College's campuses in Thunder Bay and Sioux Lookout, the facilities are expected to open in September 2017
- FedDev Ontario is investing up to $3M in Grand River Foods Ltd. in Cambridge for new product development and export growth, 50 full-time positions will be created by 2017
- The $3M 11,000 sq.-ft. Minto Rural Health Centre, located at the Palmerston and District Hospital, opened on May 4th
- Schilthuis Construction Inc. of Caledonia was awarded a $1.5M contract to fix the Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre in St. Catharines
- A private donation of $1.2M will lead to the creation of a new homeless youth facility to be managed by the Kingston Youth Shelter, creating two full-time and four part-time positions as well as adding five to seven residents
- The Government of Canada will invest $1.2B for the Port Hope Area Initiative from the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories. The construction of the two long-term radiation waste management facilities in Port Hope and Port Granby is expected to create jobs.
- The Government of Canada is investing up to $525K into Ottawa-based The Hotel Communication Network Inc., an in-room hotel computer solutions provider. This project is expected to create 20 full-time jobs and maintain 16 jobs.
- Rurban Brewing Ltd., a small-batch brewery, has opened on Cumberland Street in Cornwall
- Ted Baker, a British fashion brand will be opening three Canadian locations this year including a 3,215 sq.-ft. store at CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa this spring
- SNC-Lavalin, a Montreal-based engineering and construction firm is eliminating 600 jobs in Canada, affecting employees in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec
- The Shack Portuguese Eatery opened at 15 Simcoe Street in Orillia
- Kingston-based Cancoil Thermal Corp. acquired a new 200,000 -sq.-ft. industrial building in the St. Lawrence Business Park. A new research and development centre will also be built which will create approximately 100 jobs.
- Interactive Voices Inc., a job search engine for voice actors in London, is hiring 100 workers in sales, information technology and operations by the end of this year
- U.S.-based clothing retailer Aéropostale has filed for bankruptcy and will close all 41 stores in Canada. The staffing impact in Ontario is unknown.
- The Bluewater District School Board issued layoff notices to 23 full-time equivalent education assistant positions
- Stantec Engineering Ltd. has laid off a total of 13 employees in its North Bay office in 2016 due to poor conditions in the mining industry and delays in major project awards
- The Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Production (ICAMP) 2.0 located at Canadore College in North Bay opened at the end of April after a $2M expansion
- The Government of Ontario will invest $11.3M in four northeastern highway infrastructure projects with Glavin Coating & Refinishing Ltd., Miller Paving Ltd., Teranorth Construction & Engineering Ltd., and Interpaving Ltd. Work will begin this spring.
- Ground breaking took place for the Ontario Gaming East Limited Partnership new Shorelines Casino in Belleville, a $40M construction project, on April 27. This new 48,000-sq.-ft. gaming facility, set to open in 2017, is expected to create 300+ jobs.
- CRAFT Beer Market will open a 14,000-sq.-ft. restaurant at Lansdowne in May creating 175 new jobs
- Alamos Gold Inc. is expanding its operations at the Young-Davidson mine near Timmins, supporting more than 700 positions and creating 75 new jobs. Also, St Andrews Goldfields Ltd. plans to develop a gold mine near Matheson by the end of the year.
- A $1.8M investment will allow JD Aero, an aircraft maintenance company, to add 25 full-time jobs and some part-time jobs, and to accommodate new clients like WestJet and Horizon at the expanded hangar at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport
- Wolfhead Distillery in Amherstburg is hiring 30 workers for its upcoming store opening at the end of May
- The Government of Canada is investing up to $2M in Quality Cheese Inc. a specialty cheese manufacturer in Orangeville. The funding will expand the manufacturer's production capabilities and is expected to create up to 20 full-time jobs by 2017.
- The Government of Canada is investing up to $750,000 in Kanata-based Martello Technologies Corporation to improve and develop software. The project is expected to create nine jobs and maintain 12 full-time jobs.
- Construction started on a new $7.5M fire station in Bolton. The station is expected to open in late 2017.
- Imagine Cinemas is opening a new sixplex theatre in the Rainbow Centre Mall in Sudbury in May
- Mackage, a Montreal-based fashion retailer, will open two stores in Toronto this year, located at CF Toronto Eaton Centre and Yorkdale Shopping Centre
- Cash For You, a payday loan store, opened in downtown Sudbury
- The Road to Recovery, a new methadone clinic, opened in Sault Ste. Marie. The clinic will be staffed by two registered practical nurses and a doctor who will visit monthly, in addition to treating patients via videoconferencing.
- El Jefe, a Mexican restaurant has opened in Mississauga's Port Credit neighbourhood
- Bath & Body Works, Carter's OshKosh and Fit4Less By Goodlife will open in the Northgate Shopping Centre in North Bay this spring and summer
- PJ's Pets, Pets Unlimited, Petculture and Oliver & Pets Co, are closing 27 of its 39 stores across Canada, including 11 stores in Ontario
- The Hamilton Public School Board will cut 17 elementary and 53 high school teaching positions and will add seven positions, four of which are early child educators and three educational assistants
- Soldiers' Memorial Hospital in Orillia will eliminate the equivalent of 35 full-time positions due to a budget shortfall
- The hospitals in Marathon and Terrace Bay merged to form the North of Superior Healthcare Group. The merger will streamline operations and will impact governance, administration, clinical and back office operations.
- FedDev Ontario will invest up to $4.87M into Flying Colours Corp. to build a 100,000-sq.-ft. hangar at the Peterborough Airport. This project is expected to create up to 50 manufacturing, engineering, management and technical field full-time jobs.
- The Chippewa Trading Post in Sault Ste. Marie is hiring over 30 staff for full-time and part-time seasonal jobs including cooks, servers, customer service and sales
- The Beech Street Station Restaurant on the waterfront in Goderich is expanding, and expects to add 50 employees, including servers
- Peterborough-based Sciens Industries has been awarded a landing gear contract from SPP Canada Aircraft Inc. This three year production contract is expected to create additional machinists jobs.
- Skyline Helicopter Technologies in Lively near Sudbury, will operate a customer support centre for logistics and maintenance support of the Lockheed Martin Sikorsky S-76 helicopter, creating two aerospace jobs with the possibility of more in the future
- Mountain Equipment Co-operative is undergoing an expansion in London and will move to a new location by fall. Construction at its new 24,000-sq.-ft. site will begin in May.
- Saje Natural Wellness, a Vancouver-based retailer, will open five locations in Ontario. Its Ottawa location opened late March and stores located in Barrie, Newmarket, Markham and Toronto will open this summer.
- Metro Ontario Inc. opened its Food Basics grocery store in Bracebridge on April 21. The store added staff in addition to the 41 employees transferred from the previous grocery store.
- AMMCan, a medical marijuana facility opened its doors in Kincardine in Bruce County
- K&L Construction Ontario Ltd. is building the new Bluewater Area Health Team facility in Zurich
- A new Marriott Hotel Town Place Suites will open in early May in Kincardine
- New restaurants planning to open in Thunder Bay include Shoeless Joe¿s Sports Grill on Carrick Street and Wacky Wings on South High Street
- Aritzia brand Babaton will open a freestanding location at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre in the Fall of 2016
- Sephora, a beauty retailer will open a 10,459-sq.-ft. store at Toronto's RioCan Yonge Eglinton Centre this July
- The Sudbury Action Centre for Youth will move into an expanded location on Pine Street next month and add two new programs, creating four new jobs
- The Cavaliere Group will open the Burger Don Food and Beverage Co. restaurant in Sault Ste. Marie in May on Great Northern Road
- Archer's Poultry Farm Ltd. will start the construction of a 30,000-sq.-ft. chick hatchery in Quinte West this spring or early summer. Staff from the Brighton hatchery will move into this new facility with the possibility of adding additional staff.
- Sellick Equipment Ltd .started construction on its new forklift production facility in Harrow, south of Windsor. The new expanded plant, to open in 2017, will increase productivity and employ more workers.
- Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board issued layoff notices to 41 teachers due to declining enrolment
- Intel Corporation will cut 12,000 positions globally by mid-year 2017. The effect on its Ontario locations is presently unknown.
- Fashion retailer Le Château is set to close 14 stores this year, and a total of approximately 40 stores across Canada over the next three years, affecting an unknown number of staff in Ontario
- Hornepayne's Olav Haavaldsrud Timber Company Limited is in receivership and has filed for bankruptcy
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