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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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Labour Market Bulletins
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Provincial / Territorial Labour Market News
Week of Aug 15 - Aug 19, 2016
- CF Rideau Centre shopping centre in downtown Ottawa has opened its four-level 230,000 sq.-ft. expansion which includes more than 20 new retailers and anchor store La Maison Simons
- Devonshire Mall in Windsor will undergo $70M in renovations, including a new food court and additional retail space. Metro Inc. will open a grocery store in the former Target location. Construction has begun and will continue in stages through to 2018
- Start.ca, a high-speed internet service provider, is expanding and has purchased a new building in downtown London, employing over 100 people
- Enviroshake Inc., a manufacturer of recycled roofing materials, is expanding in Chatham. The company expects to grow from one production line to four by the end of the year, and eight sometime next year. The full expansion will create around 60 jobs
- Cineplex Entertainment LP will open a new theatre complex in Kitchener this fall, employing approximately 150 part-time workers
- Renovations to the Orillia Soldiers¿ Memorial Hospital are underway. The $2.7M project, awarded to Chart Construction Management Inc., is scheduled to be completed in 2017
- The Government of Ontario will provide the Town of Moosonee with up to $1.5M towards the cost of replacing water and sanitary sewer mains
- A total of 52 new duplexes containing 104 units are being assembled in Kashechewan First Nation near James Bay to replace homes damaged by snow melt two years ago
- A new Value Village store will be opening, at a former Target store location, in Stratford in early 2017
- The Sudbury Hyundai car dealership is expanding to 12 service bays with a service drive-thru, a new office, showroom and customer lounge, to be completed in 2017
- The International Institute for Sustainable Development has received $1.7M in federal government funding and expects to hire more scientists for the Experimental Lakes Area research facility near Kenora
- Capstone Market, a new convenience store and gas bar in Burk¿s Falls, is currently under construction and expected to open in the fall of 2016
- CST Brands, Inc. opened a Corner Store and gas bar in Collingwood, creating 12 jobs
- Axis Freestyle Academy plans to open a year-round dry slope, skiing and snowboarding training facility in Vaughan at the end of August
- Plant Matter Kitchen, a vegan restaurant, held its grand opening this month in London
- A McDonald¿s franchise restaurant opened in Barrie
- Cisco Systems Inc., a communications and Internet solution company, plans to lay off approximately 5,500 employees worldwide. The total job impact in Ontario is currently unknown
Week of Aug 08 - Aug 12, 2016
- K-Mobile, a Canadian mobile retailer, opened its first flagship store in Toronto's East York Town Centre. It plans to expand to 250 stores across the Greater Toronto Area and hire 1,000 employees, including 100 Syrian refugees.
- Young America is expanding its operations in Chatham-Kent. The call centre expects to almost double its current workforce of 85 employees and will fill 29 of these positions over the next few weeks.
- Index Exchange, an advertising technology company with an office in Kitchener, is hiring software engineers and designers. The company is moving to an expanded location this fall and expects to add more than 40 employees.
- MacDonnell Excavating Ltd. will upgrade the sanitary sewer system and install new water-mains throughout Owen Sound. The construction will be completed by October 2016.
- The Disney Store has opened at Masonville Mall in London as part of a previously reported $77M mall revitalization project
- A Domino's Pizza of Canada Ltd. franchise and Yalla Yalla Shawarma Resto & Cafe are expected to open at Windsor Crossing Outlet Mall over the next few weeks
- The Government of Ontario will invest $2.3M into five film and TV productions shooting in Sudbury
- The Government of Ontario will invest over $531,000 for 12 infrastructure projects across the Parry Sound-Muskoka region
- Etratech Enterprises Inc., a manufacturer in Burlington, will receive a $500,000 investment for a project to acquire and install new equipment and adopt new technologies, creating up to 25 full-time jobs
- Sunwing Vacations will begin offering seasonal flights from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, from December 22nd to March 23rd
- The Government of Ontario will partner with Tri-Art Manufacturing Inc. for a total investment of approximately $1M to upgrade their Kingston facility, creating 10 new jobs
- Luckydog Motors, an indoor used car dealership, opened in Owen Sound
- The Royal Theatre, a newly renovated movie theatre, is set to re-open in Kapuskasing on August 12, 2016
- Centre in the Square, a performing arts venue, received more than $1.8M in funding from the Government of Canada and the City of Kitchener, towards renovations and accessibility improvements
- Grey Matter Beer Company microbrewery will open in Kincardine later in 2016
- The Government of Ontario will invest $3.35M over the next two years to help internationally trained professionals find a job through the Ontario Bridge Training Program
- Torstar Corporation has cut 52 jobs, which includes 26 contract positions mostly dedicated to Toronto Star Touch app and 19 permanent positions. Other positions were also eliminated at the Metro daily newspapers.
Week of Aug 01 - Aug 05, 2016
- Plans to redevelop the Port of Algoma in Sault Ste. Marie as an International Marine Gateway for commercial cargo continue. Port construction is expected to create about 1,350 full-time jobs and 250 permanent jobs once operational.
- Ledcor Construction Ltd. will start construction on Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd.'s new, 156,000 sq. ft. retail warehouse in Orillia. The store will employ about 250 full and part-time workers.
- Walmart Canada opened a second location in Guelph. The store is hiring and will employ around 170 full and part-time workers.
- Highbury Canco HCC is hiring 200 seasonal workers at its food processing and packaging plant in Leamington
- 519 Table and Pour, a restaurant seating about 180 people with a pool room, opened in Walterton. The restaurant was looking to hire 30 to 40 people.
- Metrolinx placed a $428M order for 125 GO Transit rail cars with Bombardier. The production of the two-level commuter cars is scheduled to start in Thunder Bay by 2019.
- Goldcorp Inc. will proceed with $90M of expansions at the Musselwhite gold mine in Northwestern Ontario to increase production in 2019
- The Gitchi Animki Hydroelectric Project officially opened its two waterpower generating stations, Gitchi Animki Bezhig and Gitchi Animki Niizh in White River
- Meteor Systems Canada, a supplier of greenhouse cultivation and irrigation systems, is building a new office, warehouse and CNC machinery facility in Leamington
- The Government of Ontario is funding a $3M redevelopment project for the Crown Ridge Place nursing home in Trenton, which is expected to take between 12 to 14 months to complete
- The Government of Canada is investing $2.7M in rehabilitation funding for four First Nations airports in Sachigo Lake, Lansdowne House, Deer Lake and Bearskin Lake
- Elliot Lake's shopping centre will unveil a new section as retailers Dollarama and Turner's Corner General Store will move in over August and the mall library will open this fall
- The Municipality of South Bruce received funding up to $180,000 to decommission the Hamel dam on Otter Creek in Mildmay. Moorefield Excavating Ltd. will remove the cement dam.
- Canadian retailer Ben Moss Jewellers Western Canada Ltd. is closing all 54 stores nationwide after more than a century in business. The company has 19 locations in Ontario.
- The Mercantile Restaurant in Mount Brydges has closed. The number of employees affected is unknown.
- London and Area Works is hosting a job fair on October 4, 2016 at the Western Fair District in London.
- Arc Productions Ltd., an animation and visual effects studio in Toronto, has filed for bankruptcy resulting in the lock out of more than 500 employees
Week of Jul 25 - Jul 29, 2016
- Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) received a $12M investment from the Government of Canada to support the clean technologies industrial sector in Sarnia-Lambton, creating an estimated 478 jobs
- The Government of Canada is investing up to $1.95M in Strathcona Energy Group Inc. from Belleville to expand production of solar panels. The investment is expected to create about 86 jobs.
- McMaster University in Hamilton will receive an $11.96M investment from the Government of Canada to establish a biomedical engineering and advanced manufacturing facility, creating 74 full-time jobs
- Ferrero Canada Ltd. in Brantford will receive $1.5M from the Government of Ontario to expand their product line and pursue new markets, creating 55 jobs
- The Bucket Shop, a company that manufactures and refurbishes mining equipment, is expanding and building a $10M 65,000 sq.-ft. plant in Timmins to be completed by December. It plans to hire up to 30 workers.
- Trustwave Holdings, Inc., a cybersecurity firm, is hiring security and threat analysts, security consultants and software engineers at its new location in Waterloo. The company expects to hire around 30 new employees.
- The Hampton Inn and Suites Hotel in Thunder Bay will open in September 2016, employing approximately 30 staff
- Sodecia North America Inc. is opening a research and development centre in London and looking to hire 26 people within a year
- Essex-Windsor Emergency Medical Services (EMS) hired 17 new paramedics
- The Government of Ontario is providing $611,000 to Ramsden Industries Limited in London to increase automation and improve manufacturing processes. This investment will create 14 new jobs and retain 54 positions.
- The Government of Ontario will invest over $3M to expand emergency mental health services in Guelph and Wellington County. The funds will allow Guelph General Hospital to hire addictions counsellors and extend nursing hours.
- Lee & Maria's farm in Essex County partnered with Caesars Windsor to supply the casino's restaurants with locally grown produce. The farm anticipates it will need additional workers to help with the increase in business.
- Sherwin-Williams, a paint retailer, opened its 200th Canadian store in Whitby. The company is looking to hire management trainees. Interested applicants can apply at: http://sherwin.com/mtp
- K+S Windsor Salt Ltd. will invest $60M to expand operations at their Ojibway salt mine in Windsor, extending mining operations by nearly 50 years. Work is expected to begin in 2017 and will take up to five years to complete.
- The Government of Canada will invest $34.4M into rail infrastructure improvements at stations and maintenance facilities in the Windsor-Quebec City rail corridor
- The Municipality of Leamington will undertake $8M in sewer upgrades along Bevel Line towards Point Pelee National Park. J&J Lepera Infrastructures Inc. is expected to begin work in August with completion by May 2017.
- The Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario will invest over $1M in 24 projects to support the food and beverage sector in Dufferin County and Simcoe County
- The Government of Ontario is investing $828,000 to upgrade facilities of the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
- The Launch Pad Youth Activity and Technology Centre in Hanover is undergoing $210,000 worth of renovations to be completed by September. The centre is a regional trades and training facility for youth aged 12 to 18.
- Riverview Shopping Centre in Kingston will start construction this fall and businesses should open by summer 2017. Confirmed stores include Food Basics, Pet Valu, Starbucks, St. Louis Wings, Tiny Hoppers and Summit Physiotherapy.
- A RONA Building Centre officially opened in July in Little Current on Manitoulin Island
- Dark Horse Estate Winery, a new 31,000 sq.-ft. facility on 85 acres, opened in Grand Bend
- Italian concept store, That's Italy, has opened a second location at 2660 Yonge St. in Toronto. The 6,000 sq.-ft. store will sell Italian-made fashions, accessories and formalwear.
- WestJet Airlines Ltd. will resume seasonal flights from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to Orlando, Florida, starting January 24th
- Family Video a movie rental business in Sault Ste. Marie closed in July affecting eight employees
- The federal and provincial governments will invest a total of $180M towards a project to faster broadband internet to 300 southwestern Ontario communities
- The University of Toronto will receive joint federal-provincial funding of $98M for the Lab Innovation for Toronto (LIFT) project to renew 546 labs across the university's three campuses
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