Job Market Trends and News

Canada

Following labour market events is key to helping job seekers understand where the opportunities (short, medium and long-term) might be in a local community and elsewhere in the country.

The following table offers significant events from past four weeks that may affect the supply and demand in the labour force across Canada. It can prove to be a useful resource to complement your job search and career exploration.

You can explore news items across Canada on this page or refine your search to a specific news event type, sector or region.

Job Vacancy and Wage Survey, second quarter 2017

The number of job vacancies totalled 460,000 in the second quarter, up 67,000 (+17.2%) from the second quarter of 2016. The overall job vacancy rate rose 0.4 percentage points to 2.9%. Increases in job vacancies were broadly based across provinces and industrial sectors.

This was the third consecutive quarter with year-over-year increases in both the number of job vacancies and the job vacancy rate.

The job vacancy rate refers to the share of jobs that are unfilled out of all available payroll jobs. It represents the number of job vacancies expressed as a percentage of labour demand; that is, the sum of all occupied and vacant jobs.

Year-over-year change in the number of job vacancies
Year-over-year change in the number of job vacancies

The number of job vacancies that were for full-time work rose by 54,000, while job vacancies for part-time work were up by 14,000 on a year-over-year basis. Nationally, the average offered hourly wage was little changed at $19.50.

A number of labour market indicators point to improved labour market conditions during this time. According to the Labour Force Survey, national employment has increased at a relatively faster pace since the second half of 2016 and the unemployment rate has continued to trend downwards.

Compared with the first quarter of 2017, the number of job vacancies (unadjusted for seasonality) in Canada increased 18.8%, while the job vacancy rate rose 0.4 percentage points. These quarter-to-quarter increases may partly reflect seasonal recruitment patterns, as job vacancies were also up notably between the first and second quarters of both 2015 and 2016.

News For Canada
News Title Industry Event Type Province/ Territory
Chaeban Ice Cream, a new ice cream business, opened in Winnipeg on December 21 Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation MB
Two new classrooms are to be constructed at Dr. F.W.L. Hamilton School in East St. Paul. The construction work should be completed by September 2019. Construction Job Creation MB
Adrenaline Adventures, an outdoor amusement park in Headingley, closed unexpectedly on December 15 Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Layoff MB
The nearly 300 km ice road from Gillam to Churchill is now complete. Trucks can now transport goods to Churchill until the spring thaw. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation MB
The provincial government is currently evaluating over 100 proposals from applicants seeking to operate cannabis retail locations. Successful applicants will be notified in February, with retail locations expected to begin operating as early as July 2, 2018. Retail Trade Job Creation MB
The Winnipeg School Division is offering swimming lessons as part of the curriculum from January to June 2018. The program is being offered to approximately 2,300 Grade 3 and 4 students from 59 schools in the division. Educational Services Job Creation MB
According to the latest census, Manitoba's film industry is growing at a rate of 4.3% per year. At the national level, the industry is growing at 5.7% per year. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation MB
Work on a new $21.9M wastewater treatment plant for White City and Emerald Park is set to begin in January. The Wastewater Management Authority, the federal government and the Saskatchewan government are each contributing $7.3M. Construction Job Creation SK
A recent report by Statistics Canada reveals that the population of Saskatchewan grew by 14,467 from October 2016 to October 2017, and over 160,000 in the past decade¿the highest increase in any decade since the 1920s N/A Other Type of Event SK
According to Statistics Canada, wholesale trade in Saskatchewan increased by 21.4% in October 2017 compared to last year¿the highest growth among the provinces and more than twice the national increase of 10.0% N/A Other Type of Event SK
Construction of a new school at Fishing Lake First Nation is set to begin in the spring of 2018. The new facility will replace 6 portable units. Construction Job Creation SK
Excalipurr, a new cat cafe, recently opened in Regina¿the second of its kind since October. The coffee shop works in partnership with the Regina Cat Rescue to help find homes for rescue cats. Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation SK
The University of Saskatchewan is planning to purchase real estate in Prince Albert and begin offering additional programs in 2018 Educational Services Job Creation SK
Duchuck Holdings is renovating the old Saskatoon police station and renaming it River Quarry on 4th. The work includes new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems and 85 heated parking stalls. Construction Job Creation SK
A University of Saskatchewan researcher and clinician has received a $2M grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to expand a program studying Indigenous on-reserve health care Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation SK
The Saskatoon Public School Division will not renew contracts for 29 educational assistants in 2018. Affected educational assistants will be put on the educational assistant sub list. Educational Services Layoff SK
The government of NL expects to begin posting positions for midwives in the spring of 2018 as part of a pilot project in Gander to integrate them into the health care system. If pilots are successful, midwives may be working across the province by 2019. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NL
Highland Hemp has no immediate plans to continue growing hemp for pharmaceutical purposes in Cape Breton as it has for the past two seasons and will move its production outside Atlantic Canada due to the company's need for more acreage Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event NS
The rural communities of Brackley and Winsloe South were officially amalgamated into the Community of Brackley, which will represent about 600 residents. The communities felt that they would benefit from a larger tax base and have better access to funds. Public Administration Other Type of Event PE
A 20-year study of soil health on P.E.I. is showing that there is an overall decline in organic matter, due to increased erosion, decreasing supply of manure for the soil and frequent tillage. Samples were taken from 600 sites around the Island. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event PE
A former Top Chef Canada contestant has opened a new 34-seat restaurant in Bathurst called Fresco Kitchen, which serves modern Canadian cuisine. The chef also owns Jobie's Mobile Kitchen, a food truck that serves burgers and salads in the summer. Accommodation and Food Services Other Type of Event NB
As of January 1, Medavie Health Services will manage New Brunswick's Tele-Care and extramural services, along with ambulance services. It is hoped that Medavie can increase the number of home visits while reducing emergency room visits and wait times. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event NB
Usva Spa Nordik will open a $2.6M Nordic-style thermotherapy spa next month in Moncton. The two-storey 6,400 sq.-ft. building will include a 1,000 sq.-ft. sauna space and have a licensed bistro. Massage therapy will also be offered, but not aesthetic services. Other Services (except Public Administration) Other Type of Event NB
The Government of Alberta is creating 4,500 new subsidized daycare spaces at 78 non-profit early learning and child-care centres. The Government of Canada is providing $45.6M over three years for the program. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation AB
The Grindstone Theatre Society, a non-profit troupe, is opening a 75-seat comedy club in Edmonton on April 1, 2018. The facility will also house a restaurant bar. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation AB
Freedom Cannabis is building a cannabis grow and production facility in Parkland County. The company could start production in late 2018 or early 2019 and hire 150 employees. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation AB
The provincial government, District of Sechelt and RainCity Housing recently opened a 20 bed homeless shelter in Sechelt. The on-site support will offer case planning, meals and access to health services and counselling. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation BC
Alberta Health Services has purchased the Mountain View Centre in Hinton for $2.5M and is expected take full ownership by March 31, 2018. Staffing levels at the facility will not change. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event AB
The span for the new Johnson Street Bridge in Victoria will be installed the week of January 26. The bridge is scheduled to open to traffic in the spring. Construction Job Creation BC
Cidex Group is starting construction on a 24-storey rental apartment building in downtown Edmonton. Occupancy is slated for mid-2019. Construction Job Creation AB
The Crumsby's Cupcake Café in Victoria is closing after five years in business Accommodation and Food Services Layoff BC
The Government of Canada is providing $3.5M to eight Calgary-area clean-energy technology projects. The funding intends to create advances in energy efficiency leading to lower carbon emissions. N/A Job Creation AB
Country Prime Meats located in the Cariboo region is struggling to find employees for its recently added processing lines. The company needs to hire up to 20 employees for the expanded section. Manufacturing Job Creation BC
The Government of Alberta is building a new central diagnostic lab in Edmonton. The government owned facility, planned to open in 2022, will consolidate lab services into a public corporation under Alberta Health Services. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation AB
University of Victoria-based Oceans Network Canada is conducting a new Arctic research program in Nunavut. The program aims to determine how the receding sea ice and changing climate affect the lives of those living in the Arctic. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation BC
Bonterra Energy plans to drill 31 wells and spend $8M on pipelines and facilities under its $75M capital program for 2018 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Indigenous Roots, a medical marijuana company operated by and for First Nations across Canada, in partnership with Cronos plans to build a marijuana growing facility in Armstrong, BC. The new facility is expected to create up to 50 employment opportunities. Construction Job Creation BC
B.C. Hydro has selected Aecon-Flatiron-Dragados-EBC Partnership as their preferred contractor for the Site C generating station and spillways. The final contract estimated at over $1B is expected to be signed by the end of February. Construction Job Creation ON
CN has selected Calgary-headquartered Toyo Engineering Canada Ltd. to design and build a pilot project to produce solid, dry bitumen pucks. Toyo will create equipment that can solidify and re-liquefy up to 1,000 barrels of bitumen per day. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation AB
The Government of Nunavut is proposing new regulations for the sport hunting of caribou herds that are not already protected by harvest limits. The plans include a new quota system for non-residents hunting caribou. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event NU
The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency is providing $1M in new capital to the Nunavut Community Futures Association. The money will be used for loans to small- and medium-sized businesses. N/A Job Creation NU
Harvest Operations Corp, the Calgary-based arm of state-owned Korea National Oil Corp, has decided to complete work at its mothballed BlackGold project south of Fort McMurray. Production is expected to start in third quarter 2018. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Sabina Gold and Silver Corp has received a project certificate from the Nunavut Impact Review Board for its Back River gold mine project. The company has also partnered with a major Chinese gold producer, the Zhaojin International Mining Co. Ltd. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation NU
DeBeers Canada is making plans for the final closure of its Snap Lake diamond mine in 2019. The site has been inactive, and under a care and maintenance plan since December 2015. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Other Type of Event NT
PCL Construction is starting work on an $8.5M heliport at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre in Fort McMurray. The work is expected to be complete by the end of 2018. Construction Job Creation AB
The joint-venture partnership that planned to build the Mackenzie Valley Gas Project has dissolved, putting an end to the proposed $16B pipeline. Mackenzie gas is currently not economically competitive with other sources of supply in North America. Utilities Other Type of Event NT
Goldcorp has resubmitted its proposal to bring the Coffee gold project into production, after the Yukon Environment and Socio-economic Assessment Board halted the assessment last July. Goldcorp is working toward mine operations starting in 2021. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation YT
The Government of Alberta has provided $1.6M for 20 new medical detox beds at Safe Harbour Society in Red Deer. The facility provides round-the-clock medication-assisted treatment for opioid addictions. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation AB
Millar Western Forest Products Ltd. has bought wood manufacturer Spruceland Millworks Inc. Spruceland has a dimensional lumber mill with 100 employees in Acheson, and a sawmill in Fort Assiniboine. Manufacturing Other Type of Event AB
Bombardier has announced the sale of 12 aircraft to EgyptAir, as well as purchasing rights on an additional 12 units. The order is valued at a total of $2.76B Manufacturing Other Type of Event QC
A new Canac hardware store will open on Highway 138 in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures in March 2018. The Charles-Albanel Street location's 50 employees will be transferred to the new store, and 50 new positions will be added Retail Trade Job Creation QC
Pâtisserie De Gascogne has ceased operations at its seven locations throughout Quebec, a move that affects approximately 175 workers Retail Trade Layoff QC
Bectrol, a Saint-Hyacinthe-based manufacturer of industrial control panels, recently opened its expanded facilities. This $1.5M project created around 10 jobs Manufacturing Job Creation QC
School boards in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean are seeking elementary and secondary school teachers. They are facing a shortage of teaching staff for replacements Educational Services Job Creation QC
Value Village, a used clothing, accessories, and housewares store, has announced the opening of a new location in Sherbrooke on January 18, 2018. Around 60 jobs will be created Retail Trade Job Creation QC
Groupe Château Bellevue will launch construction of a senior living complex on Des Cèdres Avenue in Shawinigan in spring 2019. The complex will be comprised of 305 apartments and will cost $52M Construction Job Creation QC
The Municipality of Maria, which is located in the Gaspésie region, and its financial partners inaugurated a new outdoor centre on December 17, 2017. The total investment was $900,000 Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Other Type of Event QC
MDA, a subsidiary of Maxar Technologies Ltd (formerly MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.) received $53.7M in funding from the Government of Canada for robotic technology to support future space exploration, supporting 175 jobs in Brampton Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation ON
A Farm Boy grocery store will open in Hamilton this spring. A job fair will be held on January 19 and 20 to fill 140 full- and part-time positions. Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Toronto Tunnel Partners secured a $116.9M contract for the Highway 401 Rail Tunnel project for Metrolinx in Toronto. Construction will begin in spring 2018 and is expected to be completed by late summer 2021, employing up to 50 workers. Construction Job Creation ON
A Comfort Inn & Suites will open in Kemptville, near Ottawa, in March 2019 Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
The Government of Ontario will invest approximately $8M to build four new childcare centres in the communities of Emo, Rainy River and Fort Frances Construction Job Creation ON
Two elementary schools in Burlington, Brant Hills Public School and Frontenac Public School, will be getting 87 combined new childcare spaces for the 2019-2020 school year through funding from the Government of Ontario Construction Job Creation ON
Construction on a $6M community health hub in Trenton is expected to begin in spring 2018 Construction Job Creation ON
Ryder System, Inc. opened a Logistics Operating Center in London. Approximately 210 drivers are based out of the facility, along with 55 employees. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation ON
A Freshmart grocery store opened in Smooth Rock Falls, creating approximately 11 jobs Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Keep Cool, a French fitness gym brand, will open its first North American location in Toronto by early February Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation ON
First Peoples Radio Inc. plans to open new Indigenous radio stations in Toronto and Ottawa by June 2018, employing between 8 and 12 staff at each location Information and Cultural Industries Job Creation ON
Village Media Inc. has launched a digital news website OrilliaMatters.com in Orillia Information and Cultural Industries Job Creation ON
Copperhead Distillery and Spirits Ltd. is hiring at its new retail store and distillery in Sundridge, south of North Bay Manufacturing Job Creation ON
Anderson Family Restaurant opened in Elliot Lake Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Mutual Street Deli and Caplansky¿s Deli's College Street location closed in Toronto N/A Layoff ON
Star News Publishing sold two Saskatchewan newspapers in December - the Oxbow-Carnduff Herald-Gazette and Lumsden's Waterfront Regional Star. No details were provided on the number of impacted employees. Information and Cultural Industries Layoff SK
Regina's Artful Dodger Cafe & Music Emporium closed on December 16 but plans are underway to reopen it in a new location in February. No details were provided on the impact on employees. Accommodation and Food Services Layoff SK
Spareparts, a Saskatoon-based chain of sunglasses and accessories stores, went into receivership on December 12. No details were provided on the number of impacted employees in Saskatchewan. Retail Trade Layoff SK
Canadian National Railway plans to hire approximately 5,500 workers in the coming year, including about 700 train conductors across Western Canada Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation SK
Minhas Sask Ventures Inc. is building a multi-million dollar distillery and winery in Regina. The facility, which is set to be the largest facility of its kind in the province, is expected to open early next year. Retail Trade Job Creation SK
The BC government is expanding its gambling addiction services. The Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch is increasing its off-site services, and the GameSense Advisor program is hiring additional advisors for all 18 community gaming centres in BC. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation BC
Alkali Lake Wellness Centre is set to open in the spring of 2018. The centre will have six new Indigenous recovery beds and will help provide support for people with mental-health and substance-use concerns. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation BC
Vancouver-based Native Shoes recently opened its first boutique in Gastown Retail Trade Job Creation BC
The BC government is moving forward with plans to build a new hospital in Surrey. The project is currently in the concept planning stage. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation BC
The provincial government is providing $23.3M to the Sooke School District for the purchase of 16 acres of land in Langford. The site will accommodate a new elementary and middle school for Langford's growing population. Construction Job Creation BC
Loblaw's City Market in Richmond is closing on February 3, 2018 Retail Trade Layoff BC
The Tassiugarjuaqmi Mamisarviksamik Qanurturtiit elders' committee on justice services has recommended that the Qikiqtani Correctional Healing Facility include programming and classrooms for traditional artisans and hospitality trades like cooking Educational Services Other Type of Event NU
The Northmart store in Inuvik has been experiencing an increase in demand since the opening of the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway in November, particularly shoppers from Tuktoyaktuk buying groceries Retail Trade Other Type of Event NT
Yukon College has been granted approval from the Campus Alberta Quality Council to offer its own undergraduate degree programs independent of other institutions. The college is planning to eventually become a full-fledged university. Educational Services Job Creation YT
Petrus Resources Ltd. Is planning to drill nine gross Cardium wells in 2018 as part of its capital budget of $25M to $30M Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
The Government of Alberta has selected three companies to build four wind farms in the southern part of the province. The companies will invest about $1B in total and create approximately 740 jobs. Construction Job Creation AB
The Town of Blackfalds, the Lacombe Foundation and The Bethany Group are joining forces to develop affordable seniors housing in the region. Construction is projected to start in 2019. Construction Job Creation AB
Wavefront Technology Solutions Inc., based in Edmonton, has signed a three-year agreement with Gulf Drilling and Maintenance in the State of Kuwait to provide wellbore stimulations services. Wavefront will provide technical and engineering support. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Flair Airlines has added direct flights from Edmonton to Vancouver, Kelowna and Toronto. Edmonton will serve as the airline's main transfer hub for scheduled flights. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation AB
The City of Calgary is allocating an additional $90M for the Economic Development Investment Fund, following an earlier injection of $10M. The fund is designed to create jobs, drive economic recovery and revitalize the downtown core. N/A Job Creation AB
Crescent Moon Inc. is planning to build a medical cannabis production facility in Olds. The company anticipates starting with 25 employees then expanding to 40, for everything from growing the product to shipping and receiving as well as maintenance. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation AB
The Manitoba government is set to streamline 25 provincial agencies, eliminating over 170 positions in the process. No layoffs are expected as a result of the cost-cutting measures. N/A Other Type of Event MB
The Manitoba government has created a program, in partnership with Keystone Agricultural Producers, to provide dairy farm training to job seekers. The nine-week program will also include literacy and numeracy skills training. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation MB
A recent study by Alamos Gold Inc. yielded positive results for two gold mines in Lynn Lake. If the company goes ahead with the project, 500 jobs could be created during the construction phase and another 500 once the site becomes operational. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Other Type of Event MB
Three Manitoba First Nations have joined National Access Cannabis, a Winnipeg-based health-care service provider. The partnership will lead to the construction and operation of recreational cannabis stores on First Nation land. Retail Trade Job Creation MB
Canadian National Railway plans to hire approximately 5,500 workers in the coming year, including 700 train conductors across Western Canada. Of this number, about 80 new conductors are expected to be hired in Manitoba. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation MB
The provincial government is contributing $10M over five years toward the construction of the Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. The federal government has already given $15M, while the City of Winnipeg will provide $5M. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Other Type of Event MB
Mazda Valleyfield car dealership will close at the end of december. The number of job lost is still unknown. Retail Trade Layoff QC
The Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec announce a $ 5.95 Million Investment in Montérégie to connect 2096 homes to High-Speed Internet Information and Cultural Industries Other Type of Event QC
Chocolats Favoris will open a new store in Chicoutimi. The opening is scheduled for June 2018. The investment and number of jobs created are unknown at the moment. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
The Québec government is investing $ 2.95M in the construction and replacement of new rental cabins in Mastigouche and Saint-Maurice wildlife reserves, which will be available in the spring of 2018 Construction Other Type of Event QC
Le Guéridon, a restaurant located in Trois-Rivières closed on December 30, 2017 after 22 years of activity following the retirement of its owner Accommodation and Food Services Layoff QC
Unimin Canada Ltd., a nepheline mining company, will expand operations at one of its two facilities north of Havelock and close the other by 2020 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation ON
Construction of the new $3.8M Millbrook dam in Peterborough will begin in January Construction Job Creation ON
Vinnies Feel Good Shopping, a thrift store, will open in Lakefield in January Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Miniso, a Japanese lifestyle brand and Chinese variety retailer, is opening a discount store in Brampton Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Alexandra's Pizza, a Nova Scotia based pizza chain, opened their first Ontario location in Brampton Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Watan Kabob, an Afghani style restaurant, opened a new location in Mississauga Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
The Village, a Pakistani takeout restaurant, opened a new location in Mississauga Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Firestone Textiles Company will begin shutting down its textile factory in Woodstock on January 1, immediately affecting 50 workers. Manufacturing Layoff ON
Franz Turkey Farms in Sarnia have closed both their retail storefront and their processing operations Accommodation and Food Services Layoff ON
P.E.I.'s growth in retail sales were up 8% in 2017, which surpassed the Canadian average. Retailers on P.E.I. saw sales exceed $200M on a monthly basis for the first time ever. P.E.I. food service sales were also up 4.8% compared to the previous year. Retail Trade Other Type of Event PE
The Petite Job Service was launched in December 2017, a free service to promote part-time or casual bilingual jobs on Prince Edward Island. Jobs submitted from organizations get posted on the www.rdeeipe.org/petitejob/website and on social media. Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Other Type of Event PE
A developer has begun renovations on a three-storey building at 1 Charlotte Street in Saint John. The plan is to restore the 150-year-old building, build on the adjacent vacant lot and turn the property into a commercial and residential complex. Construction Other Type of Event NB
The firefighters union states that there is a shortage of firefighters in Miramichi. The city has 20 staff firefighters and 35 volunteers. The city is addressing the issue by creating a deputy chief position and will add two more firefighters this year. Public Administration Other Type of Event NB
As part of its plan to retain and provide services to immigrants, the government of NL has announced funding to assist the Association for New Canadians to establish satellite offices in the Labrador, Western, and Central regions of the province Educational Services Other Type of Event NL
Tate Construction has been awarded a contract to begin construction in early 2018 of a palliative care unit in the St. Martha's Regional Hospital in Antigonish Construction Other Type of Event NS
THC Inc. has received a permit from Health Canada to grow cannabis in the Antigonish area. The company hopes to begin growing by the end of January 2018, and to employ more than 100 workers if the final product is approved for sale. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation NS

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