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
Imperial Metals is beginning staged layoffs at their Mount Polley Mine near Williams Lake. Approximately 78 employees will be laid off by the end of 2018. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Layoff BC
Kwantlen Polytechnic University has opened the new Wilson School of Design at its Richmond campus. The $36M high-tech design facility will add 140 full-time seats for a total of 681 spaces for students. Educational Services Job Creation BC
The City of Vancouver has started sewer upgrades in downtown Vancouver. Work on the project is expected to be completed by this summer. Construction Job Creation BC
According to Statistics Canada, BC's unemployment rate in December 2017 was 4.6% ¿ the lowest unemployment rate in the country N/A Other Type of Event BC
The provincial government is currently seeking an executive director and director of merchandising for B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch's cannabis operations N/A Job Creation BC
The City of Victoria is providing $200,000 for park maintenance issues related to homeless camping Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Job Creation BC
Bestway Driver Training in Coquitlam closed its doors in December after being in operation since 1985 Educational Services Layoff BC
The federal and provincial governments are providing a total of $30M to upgrade the Kennedy Lake climb on Highway 4 on the way to Tofino. Construction is set to begin this spring and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2020. Construction Job Creation BC
Red Barn Market opened its doors on January 9 in Victoria. The 6,200-sq.-ft. grocery store currently employs 60 staff. Retail Trade Job Creation BC
Kamloops-based iCompass Technologies Inc. has been purchased by an unknown American investor, but will not leave the city. The software company plans to hire more staff in the coming months as it expands in all areas of software development. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation BC
Le Château closed its Aberdeen Mall location in Kamloops on January 6. Sephora will open in the former Le Château space this summer. Retail Trade Layoff BC
Equitorial Exploration Corp. is planning an extensive drill program for lithium this summer at its Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group property, located in the Dehcho region. The company plans to spend $1M to $2M. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation NT
Enbridge has received full support of the Liidlii Kue First Nation for its $53M Line 21 pipeline replacement project. The project is subject to permit approvals from the Mackenzie Land and Water Board. Utilities Other Type of Event NT
The Yukon Bureau of Statistics reported that the unemployment rate in December 2017 was 3.6% compared to 4.6% in December 2016. There were 800 unemployed persons in Yukon in December 2017. N/A Other Type of Event YT
The Sears store in Charlottetown closed its doors on January 8, 2018, along with 60 other Sears stores across Canada. The Charlottetown store had employed about 85 people. Retail Trade Other Type of Event PE
Renovations have begun to convert the former Summerside train station into a craft brewery, tap room, and restaurant. The brewing equipment is to be installed by the end of March and the aim is to open for business in June 2018, with up to 30 staff. Manufacturing Other Type of Event PE
Green Meadow Farms Inc. in Morell and Marvyn¿s Garden Inc. in Elmira received ACOA funding to go toward equipment that will help improve efficiency and productivity. Green Meadow received $155K and Marvyn¿s Garden received $180K in repayable loans. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event PE
The Harvest and Prosper Project ended in December but a dozen of the 32 participants have received full-time jobs. The project helped newcomers and people on social assistance or disability find short term work in the agricultural industry. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation PE
On Monday, the 10-year agreement between Medavie and the Government of New Brunswick to privatize extramural management was made public. The company will receive an annual base amount of $2.6M, and the government will continue to offset program costs to the amount of $70M a year. Current extramural employees will remain in service to the province. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event NB
FiveFive Queen, a $30M development is underway in downtown Moncton. The eight-storey project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2018 and will include a restaurant, 72 hotel rooms, as well as 29 leased and 41 owned condos. Construction Job Creation NB
The Saint John Airport had record growth in 2017 with 263,719 passengers, representing a 5.2% increase over 2016. The airport can handle up to 400,000 passengers, but 52% of Saint John-based travellers fly out of Moncton, Halifax, Fredericton or Bangor. Transportation and Warehousing Other Type of Event NB
The City of Fredericton has signed a three year $225K agreement to provide regional fire dispatch to area departments such as Oromocto, New Maryland, Harvey and Upper Gagetown. The new system will offer improve services and create two new part-time job. Public Administration Job Creation NB
The NB government announced that it will provide $41M in daycare funding, as well as create a province-wide registry and wait-list. The Province hopes to add 3,000 new daycare spaces by 2020, including 200 new infant and toddler spaces. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event NB
Toronto-based Nuuvera Corp is looking to set-up a research and testing lab for cannabis at 384 Lancaster Ave in west Saint John. If approved, the 25,000 sq.-ft. facility could be staffed with 20 to 25 people in high paying pharmaceutical positions. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NB
U.S.-based company S&P Data is opening a customer contact centre at the former Sears location in Saint John. The company will be conducting job fairs until they open on February 5th and expect to have 300 staff within the first eight months of operation. Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Job Creation NB
The Port of Saint John handled more than 30 million tonnes in 2017, an increase of 15% compared to 2016 levels. The CEO of Port Saint John attributed the success to its positive performance in the bulk sectors as well as its new partnership with DP World. Transportation and Warehousing Other Type of Event NB
Opportunities New Brunswick anticipates the cannabis sector could create up to 6,000 jobs in the province over the next five years Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation NB
Construction of a new Canadian Coast Guard seasonal rescue lifeboat station in Old Perlican is expected to begin in the spring of 2018. The facility, expected to open in the summer of 2019, is expected to result in about eight new jobs for the area Public Administration Job Creation NL
The U.S. government has made a preliminary decision to impose extra duties on newsprint exported from Canada, which stands to negatively affect the Kruger-owned Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Mill. A final decision is expected later in 2018. Manufacturing Other Type of Event NL
Living Rooms, a cookware/décor retail business and café located in Churchill Square in St. John's will close the end of January 2018. A few of the 17 employees may continue to work in a smaller version of the business planned for another location within St. John's. Retail Trade Layoff NL
St. John's-based Bluedrop Performance Learning, with support from the government of NL, will begin a four-year project to develop further workplace e-learning technology. The project may create 50 positions at the company's offices in Atlantic Canada. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation NL
Balkan Kitchen, a restaurant on Cookstown Road in St. John's, is expected to open in February 2018. Accommodation and Food Services Other Type of Event NL
Deer Lake Regional Airport recorded 365,186 passengers in 2017, a modest decrease of 864 from 2016. According to officials, a strong tourist season may have been offset by fewer workers travelling to and from the Muskrat Falls Hydro Project. Transportation and Warehousing Other Type of Event NL
Waycobah First Nation will expand its steelhead trout farm and processing facility, with financial assistance from the federal government. The number of workers during full production periods is expected to increase from 45 in 2017 to about 70 in 2019. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation NS
According to figures released by the union representing film technicians in Nova Scotia, work in the film industry is down 55% in 2017 compared to 2016. The union would like to see improved incentives to attract film productions to the province. Information and Cultural Industries Other Type of Event NS
The Town of Amherst has reached a tentative deal to buy the heritage Via Rail train station. The town would like to lease the station to a local entrepreneur, who would operate two restaurants out of the building. Accommodation and Food Services Other Type of Event NS
The Nova Scotia government indicates it will create as many as 1,000 new daycare spaces in areas with the greatest need as a result of a three-year, $35M deal with the federal government. More specific details on the plan will be announced later. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event NS
Rimini Pasta and Noodle opened in December 2017 on Townsend Street in Sydney. The restaurant employs 12 workers, four of whom are full-time. Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation NS
Delta 9, a Winnipeg-based cannabis company, plans to create 105 full-time positions this year and 12 construction jobs with the expansion of its production facility Manufacturing Job Creation MB
Shared Health Services in Winnipeg is seeking creative thinkers in health care as they move forward with plans to centralize ambulance and other services in Manitoba Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation MB
Kasper Transportation recently launched a commuter service between Selkirk and Winnipeg Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation MB
Winners and HomeSense are opening a joint store in the former Target location near Winnipeg¿s Polo Park Shopping Centre Construction Job Creation MB
7 Ages Productions is shuttering operations after 21 years of theatrical performances at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium in Brandon. The production company¿s final show will run from January 11-13. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Layoff MB
The last two remaining Sears stores in Winnipeg, St. Vital Centre and Kildonan Place, closed on January 8 Retail Trade Layoff MB
New tenants including Jenna Rae Cakes and McNally Robinson Booksellers will set up shop at The Forks in 2018. About 4 million people visit The Forks each year. Retail Trade Job Creation MB
The federal and provincial governments are pledging nearly $84M toward infrastructure improvements to bring high-speed internet to 112 remote Manitoba communities, including 48 First Nations Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation MB
Mining company Klondex announced an immediate reduction in its operations and workforce at its True North gold mine in Bissett. The number of affected employees is unknown at this time. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Layoff MB
The Government of Saskatchewan is planning to authorize about 60 private retail stores across the province to sell marijuana once the drug is legalized on July 1 Retail Trade Other Type of Event SK
The Western Canadian Crop Production Show was held in Saskatoon from January 8 to 11. The event featured 348 exhibitors and was expected to draw about 20,000 visitors. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event SK
According to Statistics Canada, full-time employment was down 3,600 in December 2017 compared to the same month in 2016. Meanwhile, part-time employment increased 3,900 during the same period. N/A Other Type of Event SK
Clothing retailer, Marshalls, is opening a new location in Saskatoon this fall Retail Trade Job Creation SK
The provincial government is granting $7.7M to support 30 crop-related research projects through Saskatchewan¿s Agriculture Development Fund Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event SK
The provincial government is granting $125,000 over five years to Saskatoon Prairieland Park Corporation to support agriculture-related events. Over 200,000 people visit Prairieland Park each year. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event SK
According to Statistics Canada, over 62,000 jobs were created in Saskatchewan during the last decade - an increase of 12.4% that ranks second-highest among all provinces N/A Job Creation SK
Fire destroyed a beauty salon, a gift shop, and a tattoo shop in Hudson Bay on January 8. The number of workers impacted by the fire is unknown. N/A Layoff SK
The Government of Nunavut is seeking proposals for projects that promote, protect or preserve and revitalize the culture, language, arts and heritage of Nunavut N/A Job Creation NU
Iqaluit and Arviat are receiving funds under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program to support facilities upgrades, with additional funding from the communities Construction Job Creation NU
The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency and the Government of Nunavut are jointly providing $403,000 to expand the solar panel installation on the arena complex in Kugluktuk Construction Job Creation NU
The Government of Canada has selected Rankin Inlet as the site of Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station. The station is projected to open in mid-June 2018. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation NU
The Government of Canada is providing $1.7M to Nunavut over the next four years to help communities adapt to climate change. The Government of Nunavut and communities are selecting the projects to receive funding. N/A Job Creation NU
Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. is offering up new scholarship funds for Nunavut Inuit post-secondary students. The funds come from the remainder of the money set aside for common experience payments by the Residential School Settlement Agreement. Educational Services Other Type of Event NU
The Tsuut'ina First Nation is working on a multibillion-dollar development along the Calgary ring road that will include retail centres, entertainment and hospitality complexes, a research campus, and office developments Construction Job Creation AB
The Green Room, a cannabis retailer, is planning to open eight stores in Calgary. Spiritleaf, with headquarters in Calgary, has attracted 40 entrepreneurs willing to put up a $25,000 franchise fee to operate a cannabis retailing store in the province. Retail Trade Job Creation AB
Sonicfield Global plans to re-open the shuttered Grande Cache coal mine after the sale of the mine closes on May 31, 2018. The initial startup of the surface mine is expected to create about 200 new jobs. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Pacific Sky Aviation has received Transport Canada certification for its Twin Otter flight simulator that allows pilots to log simulator time as real-world flying hours. The company is seeking further international certifications for the simulator. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation AB
The Kananaskis Nordic Spa, currently under construction behind the Delta Lodge in Kananaskis, is set to open in February 2018. The indoor-outdoor spa features a three-storey lodge with reception, lounge, bistro, and massage treatment rooms. Construction Job Creation AB
Compass Cannabis Clinic is opening a medical cannabis clinic in Brooks by the end of February 2018. The company plans to work with a group of outlying physicians who are trained to prescribe cannabis. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation AB
Osum Oil Sands Corp. is proceeding with work at its Orion project near Cold Lake, with plans to double production capacity by the end of 2019 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation AB
Homeland Housing is expecting to start construction on a 48 unit affordable housing development in Morinville by the end of May 2018 Construction Job Creation AB
The Medicine Hat Police Service is launching a 20-week training program for cadets in partnership with Lethbridge College and the Blood Tribe Police Service. Medicine Hat will recruit from the cadets to fill vacant positions within the service. Public Administration Job Creation AB
Trinidad Drilling Ltd. is cutting staff, reducing executive salaries and reviewing under-utilized facilities as part of cost cutting and restructuring efforts. Most of the layoffs will affect the company's head office in Calgary. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Layoff AB
The 3rd Annual Alberta & Saskatchewan Renewable Energy Finance Summit is being held in Calgary in early February. The event will present the latest updates on future renewable energy procurement rounds in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Utilities Other Type of Event AB
Construction began on the $1.25B Port Lands Flood Protection Project in Toronto. The first phase, the $65M Cherry Street Stormwater and Lakefilling project, is to be completed by March 2020. Construction Job Creation ON
Tilray Canada Inc. intends to create approximately 250 new jobs over the next five years at their medical marijuana facility in Enniskillen Township, near Petrolia Manufacturing Job Creation ON
HRdownloads, a human resources solution provider, expanded in London. They are planning to hire 20-30 new employees, including sales research, management and information technology positions. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation ON
Manulife Securities Inc. opened a branch in downtown Sudbury Finance and Insurance Job Creation ON
SPINCO IP Holdings Inc., a Vancouver-based spin studio, is expanding with two new locations in Toronto and another location scheduled to open this spring in Oakville Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation ON
Lake of Bays Brewing Company began work on a new 4,000-sq.-ft. brewery-style pub in Huntsville N/A Job Creation ON
The Government of Canada is investing $3.5M toward the construction of an elevated water reservoir in Whitefish River First Nation. Construction will begin immediately and is scheduled to be completed in October. Construction Job Creation ON
ASICS, a Japanese athletic fashion and footwear brand, will open a flagship store in Toronto this spring Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Kasper Transportation will operate a new route linking Thunder Bay, Atikokan, Fort Frances and Kenora beginning January 18 Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation ON
The Government of Ontario will invest approximately $1.1M to establish a new child care centre at Schumacher Public School in Timmins. Renovations are expected to begin in spring and be completed by January 2019. Construction Job Creation ON
Posta Italbar Cucina restaurant opened in Mississauga Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
A combined Swiss Chalet and Harvey's fast food restaurant is scheduled to open in Sudbury, employing between 15 and 20 workers Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
A Crickets Comedy Club opened in Brampton Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation ON
Caribou Coach Transportation Company Inc. will cease operations in Northwestern Ontario Transportation and Warehousing Layoff ON
The Jardins de Renoir, a retirement home in Laval, has announced that it will add 152 units to the building, an expansion project valued at $18M that will be completed in June 2019 Construction Other Type of Event QC
The City of Montréal and the Government of Quebec have issued a call for tenders for the purchase of 300 hybrid buses for the Société de transport de Montréal. In response to the announcement, 600 bus drivers are expected to be hired by 2020. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation QC
Innovation Diagnostics has announced a $2M investment to build its new headquarters that will be located in the Innoparc Albatros industrial district in Saint-Eustache. Work should be completed by fall 2018. Construction Other Type of Event QC
Toyota Cap-à-l'Aigle will begin the construction of its new facilities in La Malbaie in the spring. The project is valued at $2.5M, and the move is scheduled for 2018. Construction Other Type of Event QC
Fabrication PFL, a Lévis-based company, is investing $2.5M to double its production capacity. The expansion of the plant will be performed in the spring. Construction Other Type of Event QC
The Val Saint-Côme Ski Resort has established a $7M investment plan over the next two years to improve its infrastructure, its snowmaking system, and its service offering, in addition to carrying out a significant realty project Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Other Type of Event QC
FirstOnSite Restoration, Canada's leading independent provider of disaster restoration services, has opened a fifth branch in Quebec. Located in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, the new branch will allow for the creation of seven jobs. Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Job Creation QC
Déry Telecom, a company specializing in digital and HD television, high-speed internet and phone services in La Baie, plans on opening a new business centre, which will allow for the creation of 100 jobs Information and Cultural Industries Job Creation QC
The Pub Chez Gibb, located in Rouyn-Noranda, has closed. The number of jobs lost is unknown. Accommodation and Food Services Layoff QC
The City of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts has begun the second phase of the Gaston-Miron library expansion work. The project, valued at $2.4M, is funded by the Government of Quebec and by the City. The library is scheduled to reopen at the end of 2018. Construction Other Type of Event QC
Ledvance, a Drummondville-based fluorescent tube manufacturer, will close in December 2018, resulting in the loss of 59 jobs Manufacturing Layoff QC
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

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