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, third quarter 2017

Canadian businesses reported 468,000 job vacancies in the third quarter, up 62,000 (+15.1%) from the third quarter of 2016. The overall job vacancy rate increased 0.3 percentage points to 2.9% in the quarter.

The job vacancy rate represents the number of job vacancies expressed as a percentage of labour demand; that is, the sum of all occupied and vacant jobs.

Vacancies for permanent positions accounted for 80.2% of all job vacancies in the third quarter, up from 78.5% the same quarter a year earlier.

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

This was the fourth consecutive quarter with year-over-year increases in both the number of job vacancies and the job vacancy rate. As in the second quarter of 2017, year-over-year increases in job vacancies were broadly based across the provinces, industrial sectors and occupations.

Compared with the second quarter of 2017, the number of job vacancies (unadjusted for seasonality) in Canada increased by 1.6%, while the job vacancy rate was unchanged, as payroll employment also rose. By comparison, the number of job vacancies declined between the same quarters in 2015 while it had gone up between the same quarters in 2016.

News For Canada
News Title Industry Event Type Province/ Territory
A major partner in Cape Sharp Tidal has pulled out of the turbine power project in the Bay of Fundy, leaving some immediate uncertainty about future developments. Industry officials indicate some optimism that other tidal projects may emerge in the area. Construction Other Type of Event NS
J. D. Irving Ltd. is recruiting skilled immigrant workers to work at its Chipman forestry operations. Irving has had difficulty finding locals with the required skills. A new subdivision is being built in the village to help house the arriving newcomers. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation NB
Metepenagiag First Nation is planning a commercial development on 25 hectares it has purchased along the Trans-Canada Highway near Harrisville Boulevard. The land will be converted to reserve property and will not be subjected to municipal taxes. Construction Other Type of Event NB
Moncton's Crandall University is looking to add another 200 international students on campus over the next two years. The Dean stated that domestic enrolment has dropped across Canada, making it important to attract international students. Educational Services Other Type of Event NB
Workers at 45 non-profit nursing homes across the province will take part in a strike vote on March 7. The 4,100 unionized workers include licensed practical nurses and homecare workers, who have been without a contract since 2016. The main issue is wages. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event NB
McAllister Place is undergoing a multimillion-dollar demolition and reconstruction project of the former Sears space. The project could take up to two years to complete. The mall is negotiating final agreements with multiple retailers. Retail Trade Other Type of Event NB
Moncton will have a new downtown restaurant when Applewood Smoked BBQ opens at 831 Main Street on March 8. The 1,100 sq.-ft. space will seat 32 people. Accommodation and Food Services Other Type of Event NB
The Atlantic Beef Products plant in Albany, P.E.I. is looking to expand this summer. The company plans to expand its beef plant by adding more room for finished goods. Five to 10 new jobs could be created on top of the 120 staff currently employed. Manufacturing Job Creation PE
Holland College is starting a new project, to allow students enrolled in the welding or machinist programs, to continue working and finish their required testing online. It is hoped that online certification will boost apprenticeship completion rates. Educational Services Other Type of Event PE
The Construction Association of P.E.I. is in Phase 2 of its campaign to try to address the worker shortage on P.E.I. With construction activity on the rise, the association wants to promote available opportunities, as well as the pay and benefits. Construction Other Type of Event PE
Charlottetown biotechnology company BioVectra, will receive $37.5M in financing through the federal Strategic Innovation Fund. The money is part of a $144.6M, five-year project to expand the company's facilities and to add 150 new jobs in the Maritimes. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation PE
P.E.I. Brewing Company is expanding for the second time in two years, with the help of $746.4K in repayable financing from the province. The money will go toward buying new brewing and packaging equipment. Manufacturing Other Type of Event PE
P.E.I. is offering a free school bus driver training program to help address the shortage of school bus drivers, through funding by the federal government. The Public Schools Branch has lost about a third of their substitute drivers this year. Educational Services Other Type of Event PE
Red Earth Cannabis is proposing to open a $5M hemp processing and extraction facility in Brackley this summer. The P.E.I. company's first step is to break ground on a 14,000 sq. ft. facility on Union Road. It expects to employ 20 people at the start. Manufacturing Job Creation PE
Metrolinx has partnered with Woodbine Entertainment Group to build a GO Transit station, at an estimated cost between $75M and $90M next to the Woodbine Racetrack in Etobicoke Construction Job Creation ON
The City of London will invest about $10M in 2019 on new programs and services that will result in 61 full-time equivalent positions, 21 of which will be for the new east London community centre Public Administration Job Creation ON
Construction is underway on a 300,000-sq.-ft. retail and commercial project in Newmarket by the Rice Group Construction Job Creation ON
Construction is underway in Windsor to convert a 12,000-sq.-ft. vacant building into a small theatre, three retail stores, an artists workshop and two apartment units Construction Job Creation ON
Bittele Electronics Inc., a manufacturer of printed circuit boards, will open a new 14,000-sq.-ft. assembly plant in Markham in June Manufacturing Job Creation ON
Construction will start in April on a $43M, six-storey residential building in Windsor. It is expected to be completed by August 2020. Construction Job Creation ON
NORCAT, a technology and innovation centre in Sudbury, is expanding their Underground Centre, which is an underground mine for developing, testing and demonstrating new mining technologies Construction Job Creation ON
eSentire Inc., a cybersecurity firm in Cambridge, will move its headquarters into 65,000-sq.-ft. of office space in Waterloo this summer. The company is looking to grow its local workforce of 300 employees. Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Job Creation ON
Construction on phase two of the $8.8M Riverdale Terrace expansion in Cornwall will begin in May Construction Job Creation ON
Construction is almost complete on a new 6,000-sq.-ft. LCBO store in Kitchener scheduled to open this spring Construction Job Creation ON
Stone Road Mall in Guelph will add 90,000-sq.-ft. of retail space to accommodate three new retailers in the location formally occupied by Sears Canada Construction Job Creation ON
Dozr Inc., an online rental marketplace, expects to hire about eight employees over the next few months Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Job Creation ON
Silicon Valley Bank, a U.S. bank specializing in lending to technology and life sciences companies, opened its Canadian headquarters in Toronto and will hire over the next few months Finance and Insurance Job Creation ON
Luxury brand Valentino S.p.A. opened a store at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Chuck¿s Roadhouse Bar and Grill is hiring for a variety of positions in Orangeville Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Eccles Auto Service opened its third site in  Dundas Other Services (except Public Administration) Job Creation ON
Cascades Inc. will shutter tissue paper machines in Whitby and Scarborough by August, affecting 68 employees. Some employees will transfer to other operations. Manufacturing Layoff ON
Grand River Hospital in Kitchener is eliminating 60+ positions. Transfers and early retirements have reduced the number of layoffs to about eight employees. Health Care and Social Assistance Layoff ON
Dart Container Corporation, a styrofoam manufacturer, is closing its Campbellford manufacturing plant at the end of 2019 affecting 50 employees Manufacturing Layoff ON
KW Leather Products Ltd. in Waterloo, a supplier to Erwin Hymer Group North America, laid-off about 20 staff after the recreational vehicle manufacturer went into receivership in February Manufacturing Layoff ON
Flying Colours Corp., an aviation services company, will hold a job fair on March 22 and 23 to fill more than 50 new positions at its new headquarters at Peterborough Airport Transportation and Warehousing Other Type of Event ON
Wet ¿n¿ Wild Toronto will hold job fairs on March 25 and April 6 for various summer employment opportunities. Applicants must pre-register for each job fair. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Other Type of Event ON
Federated Co-op is building a $42M fertilizer mixing facility in Grassy Lake to service the Highway 3 and Alberta marketplaces. Construction will begin this spring on the rail-serviced location that could be in full operation in the summer of 2020. Construction Job Creation AB
Drilling activity during the second half of February in Alberta is down by about 40 percent over comparable levels in recent years. Winter is traditionally the peak drilling season in Canada. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Other Type of Event AB
The Government of Alberta is planning to again ease its mandatory oil production cuts by 25,000 barrels per day starrting in April. The government attributed the move to reduced oil storage levels in the province. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Other Type of Event AB
The federal and provincial governments will provide $950K in funding over five years to the Assiniboine Community College for its Field to Fork initiative. The Canadian Agricultural Partnership funding will be used to support horticultural research and product extension. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation MB
Through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the federal and provincial governments will provide more than $99K over two years to support the Agriculture in Classroom program. Delivered at all grade levels, the program will educate students on the impact of agriculture in the province. Educational Services Job Creation MB
Gibson Energy Inc. is building 500,000 barrels of new tank storage at its Hardisty Terminal under a long-term agreement with an unnamed customer. Gibson expects to initiate several additional projects over the course of 2019. Construction Job Creation AB
The Government of Alberta is providing more than $4.8M in additional provincial funding under the Disaster Recovery Program for damage incurred during the 2018 spring floods after six communities appealed their previously denied applications Construction Job Creation AB
The waitlist for cardiac surgery in the province has doubled in the past few months amid a shortage of coronary care nurses. At the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, there are 17 positions in the critical care units that are vacant. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation MB
Parkland Fuel Corporation is closing its Red Deer office. More than 80 percent of the 120 full-time staff at the office have been given offers to relocate to its Calgary headquarters. The remaining positions will be phased out by summer's end. Retail Trade Layoff AB
Construction is set to begin this summer on two of four major redevelopments proposed by Calgary Co-op, part of a 10-year, $2.5B capital investment campaign. The projects encompass retail, industrial and residential developments. Construction Job Creation AB
This July, St. Boniface Family Medicine Centre will close its doors. Physicians and a majority of staff at the patient care-centre and teaching facility will be redeployed to other primary care providers. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event MB
The City of Calgary has decided to restore its summer student hiring program, which was cut to zero in 2018 amidst budget cuts. The city spent $2M on the program in 2016 and $1.3M in 2017. Public Administration Job Creation AB
Winnipeg's new $232M Women's Hospital will open its doors in December this year. Over the next few months, the hospital's employees will be undergoing training while the equipment and furniture is being installed. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation MB
The Government of Alberta is investing almost $87M in new water system improvements to provide the City of Red Deer and five central Alberta communities with clean, safe water Utilities Job Creation AB
The Westlock Regional Water Service Commission's Phase 3 project that will service Westlock County's northern hamlets is slated to start construction this spring. T.A. Excavating Ltd. is expected to complete the project by September 1st. Construction Job Creation AB
The Government of Alberta has awarded contracts for two of the final three pieces of the Calgary ring road. The two projects total about $552M and are expected to support about 2,700 jobs out to completion in the fall of 2022. Construction Job Creation AB
Delphi Energy is planning on completing four wells in West Bigstone in the first half of 2019. Facility upgrades and pipeline construction to route the well production to Delphi's facility in East Bigstone is expected to be completed in late March. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Altura Energy is planning to spend $15M in its initial capital budget for 2019 with most of the funds directed towards the second half of the year. Altura plans to drill four wells near Leduc and start work on a well stimulation pilot program. Utilities Job Creation AB
Crew Energy plans on drilling three multi-lateral horizontal wells in its heavy oil area near Lloydminster in 2019 if market prices support the project Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Tanager Energy is planning to drill and complete its first appraisal well in the Joffre area in Alberta in 2019 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Baytex Energy is planning to spend about $81M in Q1/2019 on its Viking light oil assets. The company has plans for the full year to drill approximately 245 wells in the Viking formation. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Pengrowth Energy intends to partner with Ironclad Energy Partners LLC to build a cogeneration facility and increase production at its Lindbergh SAGD oil sands facility in two phases by the end of 2023 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Kelt Exploration expects to drill and complete seven horizontal wells at its Wembley/Pipestone locations during the first half of 2019 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
NuVista Energy has started drilling their first wells at the Pipestone South location, and have started construction of the Pipestone South compressor station. The compressor facility is expected to be in operation in the fourth quarter of 2019. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
RealPart Canada is planning to build a solar farm near Indus, just southeast of Calgary, subject to developmental approval. The project would create about 200 full-time construction jobs and 20 to 30 permanent jobs once the site is fully operational. Utilities Job Creation AB
On February 28, grocery delivery service Instacart launched in Brandon  Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation MB
China revoked Winnipeg-based Richardson International Ltd. registration to ship canola to China. China purchases approximately $2.5 billion of canola from Canada per year. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event MB
Eleven television pilots will be filmed in Vancouver during the month of March Information and Cultural Industries Job Creation BC
The Province of BC recently directed the Victoria Police Department to hire six more police officers to serve the municipalities of Victoria and Esquimalt Public Administration Job Creation BC
The Government of BC is allocating more than $64M over three years to boost monthly pay rates for caregivers of foster and adoptive children. A further $45M over three years will go towards those providing home-sharing support to vulnerable adults. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation BC
Neucel Specialty Cellulose recently closed its pulp mill in Port Alice. The mill has been dormant since 2015 when the bulk of the mill's 400 workers were laid off. The remaining dozen employees were notified of the layoff on February 27. Manufacturing Layoff BC
The Government of Saskatchewan is planning to acquire the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation building in Regina. The building will be used for storing provincial archives and will offer extended reference and outreach services. Information and Cultural Industries Job Creation SK
The Government of BC is allocating nearly $5.3M to the Interior Health Authority to fund additional hours of direct care hours for seniors and to hire more health-care assistants. Thirty-one residential care homes are benefiting from this funding. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation BC
The Government of Canada is launching the Indigenous Skills and Employment Training Program on April 1. Funding of $2B over five years will be available for training programs aimed at reducing the skills gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Educational Services Job Creation BC
The Government of BC recently released its strategic framework for growing the provincial tourism industry. As part of the vision, Destination British Columbia received an additional $1M to support marketing and destination development. N/A Job Creation BC
The Government of Canada is providing $5.3M over two years to fund initiatives aimed at addressing gun and gang violence in BC communities Public Administration Job Creation BC
The number of people working at Cameco Corporation has decreased significantly since the 2011 Fukushima meltdown. Since 2011, the company has laid-off 810 worker at its mines, as well as 219 employees at its head office in Saskatoon. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Layoff SK
The BC Court of Appeal recently allowed Taseko Mines Ltd to conduct exploratory drilling at its proposed copper and gold New Prosperity mine southwest of Williams Lake Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation BC
India Gate Restaurant on Vancouver's Robson Street is one of three independent businesses whose lease will be terminated on July 31 to make way for a new office tower N/A Layoff BC
Miyosiwin Salon Spa will reopen its doors on March 12 after being shuttered due to fire damages eleven month ago Other Services (except Public Administration) Other Type of Event SK
The City of Kamloops awarded a $13M contract to Extreme Excavating Ltd. for the Victoria Street West project that will include upgrades to the road, underground infrastructure, lighting and landscaping. Construction is scheduled to begin in April. Construction Job Creation BC
The Province launched its Mental Health Capacity Building pilot project to promote and improve mental health in children. School divisions have received funding to hire a school co-ordinator and wellness promoter to facilitate the program. Educational Services Job Creation SK
Westleaf Cannabis Inc. is building a new cultivation facility on Thunderchild First Nation. The company plans to hire more than 150 employees once construction is completed. N/A Job Creation SK
The Government of Canada is granting $40M to EVRAZ North America Inc. through its Strategic Innovation Fund. The funding is part of a $112.6M project to help the company upgrade its facilities in Regina and Red Deer, Alberta. Manufacturing Job Creation SK
The Coady Institute at St.F.X. University in Antigonish will proceed with its earlier announced plan to reduce staff, but has managed to avoid involuntary layoffs. Five people have accepted severance packages, while some have found other positions. Educational Services Other Type of Event NS
Unionized faculty members and librarians at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) went on strike in March 2019, following failed negotiations for a new contract. Key issues include wages, workloads, and job security. Educational Services Other Type of Event NS
Zenabis has received a federal government permit to begin cultivating cannabis at its facility in Stellarton. The company, currently employing 20 workers, projects it will have 200 staff by the end of 2019. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation NS
Biopharmaceutical manufacturer BioVectra plans to expand and add 110 jobs over the next two to three years at its facility in Windsor, with assistance from the federal government Manufacturing Job Creation NS
Halifax-based medical technology firm Alectic Microscience Inc. plans to add six positons, including biological and systems engineers and a software developer, as it commercializes a device it has developed to quickly analyze blood test results Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation NS
Massage Experts will open a location in the Sunnyside Mall in Bedford in March 2019 Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NS
Work will proceed immediately on a $6M phase of the multi-year, $30M refurbishment of the Oland Centre, the athletic facilities at St.F.X. University in Antigonish. The latest phase is expected to be completed in August 2019. Construction Other Type of Event NS
The federal government will invest $2.4M to create 756 new child-care spaces in Nova Scotia. Of the new spaces, 455 will be in child-care centres, while 301 will be in family home child-care settings. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NS
National electronics retailer The Source recently closed its store in the Sydney Shopping Centre, resulting in the loss of three part-time positions Retail Trade Layoff NS
Dartmouth based company Ace Machining will receive assistance from the federal government to expand its production capacity with the purchase of new Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) equipment. Four full-time positions will be added. Manufacturing Job Creation NS
Truro's first Home Hardware store, in business since 1973 on Willow Street, will close before the end of March 2019 with the retirement of the owner Retail Trade Layoff NS
The Moorland Motel, a long-time business along the Trans Canada Highway in Whitbourne, has closed permanently Accommodation and Food Services Layoff NL
The government of NL and the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers Association (NLTA) have reached a four-year collective agreement that expires in 2020. A wage freeze and elimination of severance are included in the deal. Educational Services Other Type of Event NL
Norway-based Aqualine has created six jobs in Lawn with a pilot project currently underway to manufacture sea cages to be used in the aquaculture industry Manufacturing Job Creation NL
Küto, a restaurant specializing in tartare dishes, will be opening another location in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Between 12 and 15 employees will be hired for its planned July opening. Accommodation and Food Services Construction QC
The Government of Quebec has announced plans to modernize the Pie-IX Bridge between Montréal and Laval. Costing close to $199M, the project will start in late 2019 and end in the fall of 2022. Construction Construction QC
After losing a major supplier, TTEC, a telephone call centre, has announced it will lay off 212 employees in late April at its Montréal facility Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Layoff QC
Terranueva, a cannabis production facility, has announced the opening of its new location in L'Assomption. The facility will also serve as a medical research centre. Production is expected to begin mid-March. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
The Alterra Mountain Company is investing $14.1M in Station Mont Tremblant, with $10.3M being directed to the mountain and $3.8M to a makeover of Aquaclub La Source. The investment is part of a five-year investment plan, with $17M already invested last year. Construction Construction QC
Nova Bus, a bus manufacturer, has announced the official opening of its new Development Centre in Saint-Eustache Manufacturing Other Type of Event QC
The Government of Quebec is granting $10M to build a new bridge on Autoroute 15 Nord in Sainte-Adèle. Work will start by late March and last 38 weeks. Construction Construction QC
Digital District, a French company specializing in special effects and post-production, is closing its Montréal studio and laying off about 60 workers Information and Cultural Industries Layoff QC
Montréal's La Ronde amusement park is recruiting for the 2019 season, with about 800 various seasonal positions to fill. The deadline for online applications is April 1. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation QC
The Rossy store in Sacré-Coeur was destroyed by fire. Its closure has resulted in the loss of about 10 jobs. Retail Trade Layoff QC
Groupe G7, a multidisciplinary company based in Sept-Îles that specializes in commercial and industrial construction, has laid off about 100 employees indefinitely Construction Layoff QC
Fromagerie Victoria is opening a store on Bouvier Street in Québec City in mid-May and creating about 40 jobs in the process Retail Trade Job Creation QC
TradingScreen, a US company specializing in financial asset transaction management, is opening an office in Montréal. About 15 IT developer positions will be created within the year, and about 40 more will be created in three years. Finance and Insurance Job Creation QC
The Société québécoise du cannabis is looking for about 15 employees for its first store in Gatineau, scheduled to open by early summer Retail Trade Job Creation QC
The CHSLD Petite-Nation residential long-term care facility is slated for a $2.5M renovation expected to start in 2020 Construction Construction QC
Devicom, a Chicoutimi-based company specializing in business technologies and solutions, has announced the acquisition of Perséides Brigade numérique, which specializes in internet strategies. The transaction amounts to roughly $1M. Information and Cultural Industries Investment QC
In partnership with the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec, Affûtage N.J.R., a company specializing in industrial sharpening, has announced a $1.2M investment to acquire and modernize facilities in Alma Other Services (except Public Administration) Investment QC
Groupe PVP in Matane has created a new Cube Noir Innovation subsidiary operating in the web domain, digital marketing, and information technology fields. The company is currently recruiting, and intends to create up to 20 jobs. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation QC
With its acquisition of the Ancien Monastère residence, Rimouski-based Coup de main à domicile will be able to hire up to 40 employees in addition to the 215 already working for the social economy enterprise. The company provides a range of services to individuals. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation QC
Intermediate residential resources in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region are short staffed. A total of 152 personal support worker, specialized education technician, social worker and other types of positions are waiting to be filled. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation QC
S3-K9, a canine security agency, has entered in an agreement with GardaWorld. The agreement creates approximately twenty dog handler jobs per year, many of them in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region. Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Job Creation QC
The Job Dating fair is scheduled for March 23 in Rimouski, where job seekers will be able to hand in their applications to approximately 50 employers with positions to fill N/A Other Type of Event QC
A list of job openings in the Matanie RCM will be available at www.semaineemploimatanie.ca starting March 18. About 15 companies in the region will be hosting open houses during the week of March 18. N/A Other Type of Event QC
Mauricie's intermediate residential resources have 151 job vacancies to fill, with an average of 2.8 hires needed per establishment Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation QC
The Pourvoirie du lac Blanc in Saint-Alexis-des-Monts has expanded to include 70 rooms and employ 70 workers. Economic Development Canada has announced a financial contribution to this project. Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation QC
The Trois-Rivières/Bécancour job fair will take place on March 27 and 28, with over 1,700 job vacancies to fill. The Trois-Rivières industrial building will serve as the venue for the first day of the fair, followed by a virtual fair the next day. N/A Other Type of Event QC

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