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 presents local and regional labour market events and announcements for the selected Province or Territory which can complement your job search and career exploration.
Week of Jul 29 - Aug 02, 2019
- The Government of Canada has invested over $2.3M and created more than 560 summer jobs in Toronto for at-risk youth who face barriers to employment. These jobs are in addition to the more than 6,500 jobs funded through the Canada Summer Jobs program.
- Longo's Brothers Fruit Market opened a new store location at the Yonge Sheppard Centre in Toronto, creating 185 new jobs
- The Government of Canada is investing $20M into an $81.2M project to help Gerdau Ameristeel upgrade its facilities, creating 108 jobs and maintaining another 710 jobs in Whitby and Cambridge
- Microbix Biosystems Inc., a biotechnology company, will receive nearly $2.8M from FedDev Ontario to scale up production and create up to 97 highly skilled jobs in science and manufacturing in Mississauga
- The Government of Canada is investing $16M in Tenaris Algoma Tubes, to support its $36M expansion project at its seamless and welded steel pipe mills in Sault Ste. Marie and Calgary. Nearly 90 full-time jobs will be created in Sault Ste. Marie.
- Construction on the Insignia Hotel is nearing completion in Sarina and is expected to open in mid-September. The hotel plans to hire about 50 employees in hospitality positions.
- FedDev Ontario is investing $2.5M in Newton Group Ltd., to scale up production by adding a new, highly automated pre-cast concrete production line as part of a 40,000-sq.-ft. facility expansion, creating 28 technical and professional jobs in Guelph
- FedDev Ontario is investing over $2.9M in Rockport Networks Inc., for the commercialization of its high-performance network solutions, creating about 20 highly skilled jobs
- The Professional Aboriginal Testing Organization, a sister entity to Professional Quality Assurance Testing, hired 11 new employees at its software testing lab in Sault St. Marie
- Dancing Bee Equipment, a supplier of beekeeping equipment, will receive $65K from FedDev Ontario for new equipment to expand its processing facility and create up to ten jobs in Port Hope
- The Government of Ontario hired nine new correctional officer graduates who will be assigned to four Northern Ontario institutions - the Kenora Jail, Thunder Bay Jail, Thunder Bay Correctional Centre and Fort Frances Jail
- Groupe Touchette Inc., opened a tire distribution centre in Cambridge, employing seven people
- Toronto Tunnel Partners started construction on two rail tunnels under Highways 401 and 409 to accommodate two additional tracks and expand GO train service on the Kitchener line. The estimated $116.9M project is expected to be completed by late 2021.
- EPCOR started construction on an $80M natural gas distribution system for Southern Bruce County. The system is expected to be fully in service by the end of 2021.
- Construction is currently underway on a new transfer station at Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation. The Government of Canada is investing $8.3M in this project, which is expected to be completed by fall 2019.
- Construction started on a $6.3M new building for Brock Mission, an emergency shelter for men with 30 regular beds and 15 units for independent housing, in Peterborough
- Lambton Mall in Sarnia is undergoing a $5.1M redevelopment
- The Ancaster High School in Hamilton will undergo a $5M upgrade, with construction commencing this summer and completion expected by June 2020
- Brennan Paving and Construction Ltd., is scheduled to begin construction on Highway 402 near Sarnia in August. The $4M project is expected to be completed this fall.
- Alfred Beam Excavating Ltd., is servicing Welland's new industrial subdivision off River Road for approximately $1M
- Snobelen Farms Ltd., plans to build a new seed processing, treatment and packaging facility in Palmerston, with construction starting this summer and completion expected by fall 2020
- Construction started on the next phase of the John Counter Boulevard bridge in Kingston, and is expected to be completed by the end of 2020
- CHLOE, a plant-based restaurant chain, will open a location at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping center this fall with plans to open a second location in downtown Toronto next year
- Turning Pointe Dance Studio opened in St. Thomas
- ADM Design and Décor, a new decor store, opened in Innisfil
- Juul, an e-cigarette maker, opened its first retail store in downtown Toronto
- Comfort Keepers, an in-home health care service provider, opened in Peterborough
- Two restaurants, Frank's Pasta and Grill and the Cat & Fiddle closed in Cobourg
- Ample Organics, a Toronto-based cannabis software start-up, laid off about 20 employees across departments, affecting senior management as well as software developers and designers. The majority of the layoffs came from their Toronto headquarters.
Week of Jul 22 - Jul 26, 2019
- The federal government announced a $28.8M investment in Domtar Inc., to support its $57.5M project to implement new equipment and processes at its pulp and specialty paper mill in Espanola. The investment will help maintain 430 jobs.
- Medical marijuana producer, PharmHouse Inc., started production at its 190,000-sq.-ft. nursery in Leamington. The company is looking to fill another 25 positions and anticipates a workforce of about 150 employees once fully operational.
- The Government of Ontario is investing $28M to expand midwifery services in the province, supporting up to 90 new midwifery graduates and upgrading technology at the clinics
- The Government of Ontario is hiring 65 new correctional officer graduates across the province
- The Government of Ontario will invest nearly $5M in Element5 Co.'s new $32M cross laminated timber plant in St. Thomas, creating over 60 jobs
- Mercato Fresh grocery store is scheduled to open in October in Chatham, creating about 50 jobs. Hiring is expected to begin in September.
- Canarm Ltd., a Brockville-based company, broke ground on the expansion of its Parkedale Avenue facility, adding 58,000-sq.-ft. of additional space for warehousing. The first phase is expected to cost $10M and the expansion could add 20 to 50 new jobs.
- The Pembroke Regional Hospital received $1.1M in federal and provincial funding to establish a team that will assist with mental health services
- The Municipality of South Huron received a $114,567 grant to hire a climate change officer to work on a two-year project to help the municipality develop a climate change adaptation plan
- Two dams on the Trent River in Quinte West are being rehabilitated over the next three years at a cost of $63 million. Construction will begin in July and August, with both projects expected to be completed in 2022.
- Dufferin County plans to invest about $8.4M on capital projects in 2019. Work on multiple road improvements and rehabilitation projects are currently underway in the Orangeville and Shelburne area, with some work expected to be completed by this summer.
- The Municipality of Meaford is investing $7.1M to build a new library at the former Foodland grocery location in downtown Meaford. Construction is expected to be completed by 2020.
- Fowler Construction secured a roughly $2M contract with the District of Muskoka for the reconstruction of Windermere Road. Construction will occur between July and August.
- Vision Nursing and Rest Home in Sarnia received $1.9M in joint federal and provincial funding for a 36-unit expansion, of which 19 are affordable housing apartments for seniors
- Kingdom Developments Inc. broke ground on its mixed-use condominium development, KSquare Condos, in Scarborough, featuring 34 and 31 storey towers
- Construction started on the Y Lofts redevelopment, a 136-unit apartment building, in Peterborough, and is expected to be completed by fall 2020
- Core Development Group started construction on its Birchcliff Urban Towns project in Scarborough
- Construction on two new condominium projects are scheduled for summer and fall in Tecumseh
- Construction is underway on a new brewery, Third Moon Brewing Company Incorporated, in Milton and is expected to open this fall
- Bourgon Construction is building a new Esso gas station and Circle K convenience store in Cornwall, with an expected completion date of late summer or early fall
- apollogreen, an Ottawa-based cannabis company, received approval to start work on a 5,000-sq.-ft. facility and use industrial-scale tissue culture to produce starter plants for cannabis growers
- Sucro Sourcing LLC completed construction of its new granular sugar refinery in Hamilton and will begin operations immediately
- Pariveda Solutions, a management and technology consulting firm, opened its first Canadian location, with an office in downtown Toronto
- St. Leonard's Community Services will open a residential substance withdrawal and treatment centre in Brantford this fall
- WYRTH, a home goods store, opened its first location in Toronto
- Little Einstein Education Centre opened in East Gwillimbury
- Dollarama Inc. is expected to open a new location at the Winona Crossing Shopping Centre in Hamilton later this year
- Gucci will open a concession at Holt Renfrew at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre in August. The luxury brand is also updating its standalone store in downtown Toronto, which is expected to be completed by November.
- Damat/Tween, an upscale men's fashion brand from Turkey, is opening its first Canadian store in CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa in August
- The Tokyo Smoke, a cannabis retailer, opened in Oshawa
- Canada House Clinics, a medical cannabis clinic, opened a location at North York's Champagne Centre in Toronto
- Scaddabush Italian Kitchen and Bar opened a new location in Etobicoke
- Taps and Corks on King, a bar specializing in craft beer, opened in Cobourg
- MyFit Gym, opened its second location in Minto
- EZY Mode, a video gaming lounge, opened in Windsor
- Wayne Gretzky's Toronto and its Oasis Rooftop Patio in downtown Toronto will close in 2020 to make way for a new condominium building
- Two restaurants, Fred's Not Here and the Red Tomato, will close in Toronto in August to make way for a condominium development
- London Wine Bar Wortley Village, a local restaurant, has closed
- KFC Canada confirmed the closure of its restaurant in Walkerton
- KidsAbility will lay off between 20 and 25 employees in Waterloo Region at the beginning of next year
- Labatt Brewing Company Limited in London laid-off about 45 temporary summer workers
- Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited laid off 65 full-time unionized and several dozen non-unionized employees at its Casino Rama location in Orillia
- Ford Motor Company plans to layoff about 200 people at its Oakville plant starting in September, with further layoffs expected in January 2020
Week of Jul 15 - Jul 19, 2019
- Woodbridge Foam Corporation received up to $20M from the federal government to modernize two manufacturing plants in Woodbridge and Blenheim. The investment is part of a $100M project that will create about 110 new jobs and maintain more than 727 jobs.
- FedDev Ontario is contributing $14M to Niagara College to expand the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation research project, which will support 240 businesses, over 550 jobs and train up to 360 students and researchers
- The Government of Canada is investing $40M in Ottawa-based CBN Nano Technologies, a company researching the commercialization of technology that allows atomically precise manufacturing. About 469 jobs will be created, 364 of which will be highly skilled.
- The former Radisson Hotel in downtown Windsor is being transformed into a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. The project is expected to be completed in early 2020 and will create an estimated 200 hospitality jobs.
- AgMedica Bioscience Inc., a medical marijuana producer, held a job fair to fill up to 70 future positions in its cultivation department as it proceeds with the expansion of its facility in Chatham-Kent
- FedDev Ontario will contribute $3M to help Northern Transformer Corporation to adopt innovative clean technology, scale up production and create about 32 skilled manufacturing and engineering jobs in Vaughan
- A second Taco Bell restaurant opened in Sarnia with 25 to 30 employees
- Cambrian College in Sudbury, is receiving more than $1.9M from the provincial government to support its Applied Research Department, creating five full-time technician positions and 12 part-time research positions
- The Government of Canada is providing nearly $3.4M in funding for the construction of North Shore Express and Discovery Centre in the Township of Schreiber. The new tourist attraction is expected to open in the spring of 2020, creating up to five jobs.
- Ride-sharing app, Lyft, is launching a community hub in Ottawa, with three full-time employees
- Farm Boy grocery chain bought Rideau Bakery, keeping one of its two Ottawa locations in business. Some of the bakery's 40 employees will be retained to work at the Bank Street facility.
- Enbridge Gas Inc. will begin construction on its $19.1M pipeline expansion in Chatham-Kent in July, which will be in service by the end of 2019
- Construction started on the $10.9M Cassells Street reconstruction project in North Bay, with an expected completion date of November 2020
- Thomas Fuller Construction Co., Limited started construction on a $10M improvement project for the Limoges Wastewater Treatment facility. The work is expected to be completed by July 2020.
- The City of Toronto will provide $7.5M to expand Bike Share Toronto, adding 1,250 new bikes and 105 new stations across the city
- The federal government is investing $7.1M towards the construction of a 60-unit affordable-housing project, Residenza Ortona, for seniors and veterans in London.
- Norfolk County awarded Sierra Infrastructure a $3.9M contract for roadwork, with work expected to start in July and wrap up before the end of the year
- The federal government is contributing $3M to the Salvation Army's new Journey to Life Centre in Thunder Bay. The facility is expected to open in September 2020 and will include 46 shelter beds and 20 transitional units.
- The federal government is investing over $190K in the Innovation Hub at Northern College's Timmins Campus. The new 24,000-sq.-ft. space will include two manufacturing labs and one of each for carpentry, virtual reality, simulation and mining exploration.
- ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc., broke ground for the expansion of their headquarters in Cambridge, adding 122,000-sq.-ft. of additional space for manufacturing, office and innovation centre. The project is expected to be completed by May 2020.
- The County of Brant is commencing infrastructure upgrades including water mains replacement as well as roadwork along King Edwards Street in Paris. Construction will start in July and is expected to continue through 2020.
- The construction on the Niagara Region Public Health's new facility in Niagara Falls is nearing completion and is scheduled to open this fall
- North Bay Hydro Services, S&C Electric Company and Independent Electricity System Operator completed the installation of Canada's first utility-scale microgrid in North Bay
- The $36M Cascades Casino in Chatham-Kent held held a soft-opening on July 16
- The Bancroft and District Chamber of Commerce opened a second satellite office in downtown Whitney in South Algonquin
- The Waterloo Region Community Legal Services opened a legal clinic for the LGBTQ community at the Spectrum's offices in Kitchener
- Alternatives for Women is opening Prince Edward County's first women's shelter in September
- Avling Kitchen and Brewery, a Scandinavian-inspired brew pub, opened in Toronto
- Healthy Planet, a health supplement chain, opened in Scarborough
- A new Shell gas station opened in Bracebridge, with a Subway restaurant and car wash
- The Mosaic Creative, a retailer and workshop that offers vintage and antique items, opened in Oshawa
- The Centre for International Governance Innovation laid off 21 employees in Waterloo as a result of provincial funding cuts
- Nemak, a manufacturer of engine blocks, will cease operations in Windsor by mid-2020, affecting about 270 employees
Week of Jul 08 - Jul 12, 2019
- The federal, provincial and municipal governments are jointly investing $152M towards the Eastern Ontario Regional Network's mobile broadband project, expected to create more than 3000 full-time jobs over ten years
- A Sudbury-based cannabis company, GaiaCann Inc., started construction of its 32,000-sq.-ft. cultivation and extraction facility in Espanola, expected to be operational in March 2020. Over 100 jobs will be created in the cultivation sites alone.
- Blaze Pizza restaurant opened in Vaughan, creating 50 local jobs
- Walmart will open a new Supercentre in St. Catharines later this summer, while closing its smaller Fairview Mall location, employing about 150 people. All associates at the closing location will be transferred and 40 new positions will be created.
- The Tin Fiddler bar and restaurant opened in Sarnia, creating approximately 35 jobs
- The federal government will spend $48.6M on three flood mitigation projects in Markham, with expected completion in about five years
- Hydro One Inc. plans to invest approximately $30M to advance the refurbishment of the Port Colborne Transmission Station, with an expected completion date of 2022
- The Government of Ontario is investing up to an additional $9M to support the ongoing planning for the Ottawa Hospital's Civic Campus redevelopment project
- The Government of Canada has awarded an $8.5M contract to Canadian Nuclear Laboratories to refuel the low-power reactor, SLOWPOKE-2, at the Royal Military College in Kingston
- The Government of Canada is providing $6.5M in funding to build the Veterans' House in Ottawa. Construction is set to begin in August on the 40-unit complex backed by Multifaith Housing Initiative that will take roughly 14 months to complete.
- The Government of Ontario is investing more than $6M for summer initiatives throughout the province, focused on strengthening math skills for all students and improving job prospects
- The Federal Government has announced $5.75M in grants and loans to support deep energy retrofits in four residential buildings in Toronto and Hamilton
- The federal government is providing nearly $5.5M to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 84 to support a new training program in Breslau. The project expects to train 240 electrical apprentices over the next five years.
- The Government of Ontario is investing more than $5.1M this year for mental health and addictions services in nineteen organizations in Ottawa
- The federal and provincial governments are investing $2.7M to create 18 new affordable homes in Milton
- The City of Sarnia awarded Sev-Con Paving a $2.25M contract for road work
- Construction is underway on four high-rise residential buildings in downtown London
- Construction is underway on a 120,000-sq-ft., 750-unit storage facility for Apple Self Storage in Kitchener, with an expected completion date of spring 2020
- The Belleville Lawn Bowling Club will be relocated to Hillcrest Community Centre and Park in January 2020. Construction is currently underway and completion is estimated for September 2019.
- National Supply Group, an industrial parts wholesaler in Sault Ste. Marie, has signed supply agreements with three European companies at the European Trade show. These agreements will enhance National Supply's product line and create jobs.
- Levitt-Safety and Work Authority, safety equipment and services suppliers to Bruce Power, opened a joint facility and retail store in Port Elgin
- Rolldog Ltd., a software technology company, plans to open a corporate office in Bracebridge, hiring for executive, support, sales and professional services roles
- A Dynacare facility opened a new location in Tottenham, providing laboratory and healthcare services
- Ride Well, a new on-demand ride sharing program, is set to launch in October in Wellington County
- Bracebridge Hall, a concert and art space, opened in downtown Bracebridge
- A candle and jewelry store, Charmed Aroma, opened in the Scarborough Town Centre
- Pizza Hut opened its second location in North Bay
- Chronic Ink, a tattoo and piercing parlour, opened in Mississauga's Square One Mall
- A.L. Appliances & Lighting opened a retail store in Stroud
- The James Street Pub is closing in Ottawa this fall
- Solutions, a retailer specializing in organizational and storage products, will be closing in Mississauga
- Two local newspapers, the Dryden Observer and Red Lake's Northern Sun News, owned by NorWest Printing and Publishing Group, seem to have ceased publication
- Lakehead University's legal clinic have suspended some services in communities outside of Thunder Bay due to cuts in legal aid. The changes may result in reducing staff and some full-time positions to part-time.
- The Upper Canada District School Board is closing its TR Leger School location at the St. Lawrence College campus in Brockville, affecting up to a dozen of the school's instruction and administration staff
- Hamilton's forensic pathology unit is closing and moving to Toronto over the next year, affecting about 20 workers
- The Metro grocery store located inside the Porcupine Mall in Timmins will close at the end of August. The impact on the store's 43 employees is currently unknown.
- The Canadian Nuclear Laboratories will layoff 150 workers at its nuclear facility in Chalk River as part of workforce adjustment
- About 150 employees at Baycrest Health Sciences in Toronto resigned or were terminated over benefits fraud
- Bombardier Inc., confirmed laying off about 550 employees at its Thunder Bay rail-car plant
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A Markham-based doctor received federal approval to open a marijuana production facility at the former Fleetwood trailer factory in Lindsay, employing about 500 people at full productionThe Waterloo Region Economic Development Corporation received a $3M contribution from the FedDev Ontario to attract foreign investment opportunities and generate more than 275 jobs for southern OntarioBig Country Raw, a pet food producer, opened a new production and retail facility in Smithville, employing 80 workersThe Government of Canada is providing $2.6M to Professional Aboriginal Testing Organization Inc. to support an Indigenous software testing centre in Sault Ste. Marie. The office is expected to employ up to 60 people.The Halton Catholic District School Board revealed plans to hire a total of 36.8 staff positions for the 2019-20 school year; 16 new elementary teachers, 10.3 new secondary teachers, and 10.5 school support staffConstruction is underway on a new A&W restaurant, convenience store and gas bar in Norwood. About 40 new student, part-time and full-time jobs are being created.A new $16M, 92-room Marriott Hotel is being constructed in North Bay. The hotel is set to open next summer, employing approximately 20 full-time and 10 part-time workers.A Jaguar and Land Rover auto dealership opened in Windsor with about 30 employeesGoodwill Boutique, a multi-faceted goodwill store, opened in Newmarket, creating 15 new jobsAbel's on Queen, a new barbershop at the Walper Hotel, opened in Kitchener, creating eight new jobsThe Government of Ontario is investing more than $740K in China Steel Inc. in Sault Ste. Marie to purchase new equipment, creating eight new full-time jobsThe Government of Canada is investing more than $1B to rehabilitate the Supreme Court of Canada and West Memorial Buildings in Ottawa. The construction work on the West Memorial Building is expected to start in fall 2019 with expected completion in 2023.Algoma Steel Inc., a primary steel producer in Sault Ste. Marie, will invest around $300M in capital improvements, which includes a new facility that will deliver an extra 100,000 tons a yearThe Government of Ontario is investing $12M along with Ontario Pork which is contributing $3M to build a new swine research facility in Elora, expected to be complete in three yearsThe Government of Ontario is investing over $12.8M at the Northern Ontario Film Studios' western-themed location in PowassanThe Ontario Government is investing $6.8M to support cross-provincial newborn patient transport and another $5.8M to support the specialized care teams required at the four receiving children's hospitalsToronto-based BenchSci, an AI biomedical startup, has raised $6.7M in new funding and plans to hire engineers specializing in big data, machine learning, and user interface technologiesFedDev Ontario announced a $5M investment into innovation centre ventureLAB for the creation of the Hardware Catalyst Initiative, a lab and incubator hub in MarkhamThe Public Health Agency of Canada will invest up to $4.5M over four years in LMC Healthcare's Diabetes Prevention Program, part of which will take place in BramptonThe Northumberland Hills Hospital will receive over $1M in base funding and up to $336K in one-time funding from the Government of Ontario to end hallway healthcare and build capacityThe YMCA Jerry McCaw Family Centre in Sarnia is undergoing $1.3M in renovations and upgradesThe federal government, through the Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) announced funding of $1M over five years to York University's bilingual campus, Glendon College, to improve training in French language health servicesHenderson Recreational Equipment Ltd. was awarded a $200K contract for the installation of new playground equipment in five Niagara Falls parks, with construction starting in August and completion later in the yearThe Government of Ontario announced adding 76 new long-term care beds and upgrading 84 existing ones at the H.J. McFarland Memorial Home in Picton over the next three yearsConstruction began on the expansion of Beleave Inc.'s cannabis extraction, processing, and cultivation facility in HamiltonConstruction will begin on a 60,000-sq-ft commercial plaza in Tottenham in the fall. Some units are expected to open as early as 2020.Michael + Clark Construction started work on the Middlesex-London Health Unit's new headquarters in London, with completion due February 2020Great Lakes Helicopter and the Cowbell Brewing Co., launched a helicopter transportation service. Guests will be able to travel from Grand Bend to Blyth brewery Wednesdays through Sundays every week.A permanent supervised injection site will be built in the ByWard Market in Ottawa, replacing the one in a converted construction trailer, and will likely open in 2020Fifty new cannabis retail stores will open across the province in October: 19 in the GTA, 11 in Western Ontario, 7 in Eastern Ontario, 5 in Northern Ontario, and 8 on First Nations reservesBuild Your Dreams (BYD) expanded its North American operations with the opening of a 45,000-sq.ft. electric bus assembly plant in NewmarketHear and Now Mental Health Clinic, a walk-in centre, operated by Pathstone Mental Health, opened a location in WellandThe Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities will launch a new employment services model in Muskoka-Kawarthas, Peel Region and Hamilton-Niagara in fall 2019The Nest, a home decor store, opened in CollingwoodTimberNook, a nature-based child development program, opened in Port StanleyA new visitor information centre opened in Wasaga BeachMumuso, a Korean-inspired dollar store opened in TorontoA Planet Fitness gym is scheduled to open in Chatham-Kent in NovemberGrand River Rocks, a rock climbing gym in Kitchener, will open a new 12,500-sq-ft. location in WaterlooMaiden Lane Wine & Spirits restaurant opened in WindsorThe Mexican House, a restaurant and store with a focus on Mexican and Latin cuisine, opened in OrilliaGuac Mexi Grill, a Mexican restaurant, opened in InnisfilPlant Joy, a vegan donut shop, opened in WindsorHome Grown Food Basket, a speciality local food retailer, opened in Wingham, with plans to add a caféGallery Stratford opened an offsite exhibition called SITE in downtown StratfordSolid Leather, a hand-made belt artisan store, opened in PeterboroughNine public schools in Hamilton will close in some capacity this yearZippy Zoom Indoor Playground permanently closed its locations in Niagara Falls, Welland, and St. CatharinesRideau Bakery has closed two locations in Ottawa
L3 Wescam broke ground on its new headquarters in Waterdown, bringing over 1000 jobs to HamiltonPurolator Inc. will invest $1B over the next five years, investing $330M on a new delivery hub in Toronto that will open in 2021 and an $8.5M terminal in North York that will open September 2019.Ecolomondo Corporation, a tire recycler, received a $32.1M loan from Export Development Canada (EDC) to build a new plant in Hawkesbury and create 65 jobs. Plant construction will be contracted to Maylan Group Inc., and is expected to begin in August.The Government of Ontario is contributing more than $55M to the Cassellholme for the Aged in Nipissing to add 24 long-term-care beds. The re-development of this facility will add over 50 new jobs.Lopes Ltd., a steel fabrication company in Coniston, received $1M in funding from the Government of Ontario to expand current facilities and create 20 new jobsLCY Biosciences Inc. plans to begin production at the former BioAmber facility in Sarnia this fall. The company is looking to hire an additional 20 to 25 employees.The Government of Canada provided over $2M in funding to two dairy processing businesses in St. Marys, creating 10 full-time and two-part-time jobsThe Government of Ontario will be increasing the Institutional Crisis Intervention Teams at the Thunder Bay Jail and Correctional Centre, Kenora Jail and Monteith Correctional Complex by three members for each institutionThe Wreck at Colchester Harbour restaurant opened in Essex with 13 employeesStevCon Packaging & Logistics Ltd., a wooden crate manufacturer in Owen Sound is looking to fill 7 positions, including an engineering technologist with computer-aided designHanson Development will commence construction for the Seasons on Little Lake, a waterfront community in Midland, in July. Construction will include 1,700 homes, a 10,000-sq-ft. members club, a 13km trail network, and a waterfront boardwalk.Pinnacle Quality Homes started construction of a new subdivision in Huron County's Exeter community with 57 townhouses and 13 detached homesParkview Homes began construction on a new 27-unit apartment building in PeterboroughThe Government of Ontario is investing about $20M to construct a new Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Fort FrancesThe City of Greater Sudbury is investing $17M on installing new water meters at homes and businessesThe Government of Canada is investing up to $15M in a new youth centre for the community of Attawapiskat First NationS R Steinsky Construction began construction on four townhomes on Crescent Street in Peterborough. It is expected to be complete in July 2020.Castell Homes is constructing an 11-home subdivision in Watford in Warwick TownshipConstruction commenced along Front Street in Orillia, the first of two phases in the $6.5M project, and is expected to be completed by 2020George Brown College is partnering with the City of Toronto, MaRS Discovery District, and Refined Manufacturing Acceleration Process (ReMAP) to create a new urban manufacturing space for entrepreneurs in TorontoThe County of Essex awarded Mill-Am Corp. a $4.7M contract for roadwork to be completed by AugustMetro Ontario Inc. will open a Food Basics grocery store in Port Hope in AugustThe David Braley Centre for Antibiotic Discovery at McMaster University in Hamilton openedAlectra Utilities received $3M from the Government of Canada to support two electrical grid projects in GuelphThe Government of Canada is granting $1.3M to organizations and agencies in Hawkesbury for initiatives to help francophone immigrants integrate into the communityThe Bellevue House National Historic Site in Kingston is receiving additional $1.1M in funding for repairs and renovationsConstruction began in June on the new Rotary Splash Pad, a water park in North BayGrey Bruce Health Services opened its expansion to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital in Bruce County's Southampton communityThe Government of Ontario is investing $1M through the Francophone Community Grants Program to assist in economic development and job creation across OntarioLucknow Recreation Department in Bruce County hired 5 new staff for the summer seasonThe Town of Gravenhurst is experiencing a shortage of lifeguards to staff local beachesGO Transit partnered with Ontario Northland beginning this month to provide transportation between Toronto and Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Huntsville and North BayFrench skincare brand Caudalie will open a multi-level retail store and spa in TorontoWomen's apparel shop Ricki's opened at North York's Yonge Sheppard Centre in TorontoDream Cyclery, a custom bike and wheel building specialist opened in PeterboroughAtlas Therapeutic, a salt-water therapy float spa opened in PeterboroughThe Standard, a new late hour bar, opened in Toronto's Parkdale neighborhoodMorning Parade Coffee Bar, a new café opened in Toronto's Beach Hill neighborhoodLandella hair salon opened in RenfrewThe Bunker, a game store equipped with studios and a tournament hall, opened their 11,300-sq-ft. location in Hamilton6 Eleven Multi-Mart, a one-stop shop in Ferris, openedWinnie's Gluten-Free Bakery opened a new location in Belmont Village in KitchenerNative Wonders Gifts and Gallery opened in WindsorA Denny's restaurant is opening in St. ThomasHalibut House Fish and Chips opened in BarrieChrome Pole Dance Studio, a pole fitness studio, opened in GuelphThe Upper Canada District School Board in Eastern Ontario is laying off about 160 employeesThe Toronto District School Board will layoff about 100 staff in student support services, outdoor education, caretaking, psychological support and lunchroom supervisorsMetroland Media, a media production and distribution company, laid off 41 employees as it ceased operations at its Smiths Falls distribution centreThe amalgamation of Ontario's health agencies and local health integration networks will cause 21 job layoffs at the Champlain LHINThe St. Clair Catholic District School Board will layoff seven teachers and eliminate 12.5 other positions at the Catholic Education Centre in Chatham-KentCarrot Rewards, a health and wellness computer app, is filing for bankruptcy and closed its Toronto officeBeaumen Waste Management, a Renfrew Ontario recycling company, shut down in JuneFCA Canada will extend the third shift at its Windsor Assembly Plan to October 21, instead of September 30, as a result of a new fleet order
Walmart Logistics is hiring 70 people to work at its Cornwall Distribution HubMad Radish will open three new restaurants in Toronto over the rest of the yearHangry Pirates restaurant is opening in Oakville at the end of JuneConstruction will start this summer on a six-storey parking structure at Rutherford GO stationTEAM Boats, a manufacturer of aluminum boats and trailers, opened in BalaThe Food Shop, a retailer of locally-sourced products and foods, opened in PeterboroughCarter's OshKosh B'gosh, a baby and young children apparel store, will open a location in Stoney Creek later this yearSAP Canada is currently hiring 30-40 people and looking to add an additional 50 in the next few years to their SAP Labs office in WaterlooChallenger Motor Freight Inc. will open its own training school in July in Cambridge for drivers to earn their AZ license required for tractor trailersThe Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) Canada opened a new nursing centre in Brantford, employing seven full time, and 65 rotating nursesGirardin Ontario Inc. opened a new 10,000-sq-ft.parts distribution centre in Brantford, with 20 employees and plans for future hiringFarm Boy Inc., a Canadian food retailer, opened a new location n Burlington, creating 120 new jobsThe Government of Canada is investing $18.5M, through Transport Canada's National Trade Corridor Fund, in Hamilton's airport infrastructure improvements. The project is expected to create 350 jobs, and another 850 over the next five years.Construction started for Belleville's Field of Ability, an accessible, rubberized baseball field. The project will be completed by summer 2020.Comfort Inn and Suites opened a 66-room facility in NapaneeNurse Next Door Professional Home Care Services opened in Chatham-KentDeliverbae Inc., a general home delivery service, launched in Windsor, employing approximately 30 people with plans for future expansionWindsor Fire & Rescue Services hired 11 new firefightersSchinkels' Meat Market in Essex hired 12 aditional part-time staff at its new locationCanna Cabanna, a recreational cannabis retailer, opened in TorontoThe Government of Canada is investing $10M to support a new $30M national innovation hub for collaboration on cybersecurity in Brampton. It is expected to open in 2022 and create 790 permanent skilled jobs in the city.Harold Sutherland Construction has begun the demolition of Chatsworth's Community CentreAbraflex Limited, a manufacturer of protective suits and decontamination handling equipment, announced plans to expand its current facility in Paisley and hire additional workersDemolition and construction will begin for a new Costco location in Nagara Falls. The new store is expected to open in fall 2020, and create approximately 200 jobsRapido Group will establish an RV manufacturing facility in Cambridge, expecting to hire 110 employees by the end of summer 2019, and growing to 200 by the end of 2020VO2 Sports, a multi-sports store, opened in CollingwoodChoom Cannabis Co. opened a dispensary in Niagara FallsThe Inn at Gore Bay opened the 1890 Restaurant, located within the motel in Gore Bay.A Rapid Access Addiction Medicine (RAAM) Clinic opened in EspanolaEdo Japan, a Japanese restaurant, opened in OttawaGiant Tiger, a discount store chain, began construction of its new headquarters in Ottawa. The location will also feature the retailer's new flagship store.The Government of Ontario is investing $315K in Garden River Truss, a roof and floor truss manufacturer in Garden River First Nation, creating 10 full-time jobsWith investments from the Governments of Ontario and Canada, Resolute Forest Products Inc. and FP Innovations opened their new $23M bio-refinery plant at the Resolute site in Thunder BayThunder Bay Fire Rescue hired 7 new firefightersThe Government of Ontario is investing $105M in the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario's new treatment centre project in OttawaReid's Distillery, a family-run gin distillery, opened in TorontoThe Bachir Yerex Family Dialysis Centre, an expansion in St. Joseph's Health Centre, opened in TorontoThe Bone & Biscuit Company, a Canadian pet food and supply retail franchise, opened a location in OakvilleAeon Studio Group announced a $100M project to build a filming and production hub in Hamilton, creating up to 1000 direct and indirect jobs. While the project will take several years, the first studio could open by the summer of 2020.Propel Centre for Population Health Impacts, a cancer research centre at the University of Waterloo, will close at the end of June due to funding cuts, affecting 20 employeesStarbucks will close its café in downtown Windsor at the end of JulyGangnam Style Korean BBQ restaurant closed in LondonErinoakkids Centre for Treatment and Development will layoff approximately 291 workers across three GTA locations due to funding cuts. At least 113 full-time employees will be permanently laid off, and 178 will be rehired on contracts.As part of restructuring to combine several agencies into the new Ontario Health organization, over 400 workers were laid off across 20 health agenciesThe Government of Canada is investing $5 million in Hydro Ottawa's MiGen Transactive Grid project, a smart grid project at a community housing complex in Ottawa
Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. plans to expand their Ottawa offices and hire about 300 more workersMarjoel, previously known as Arvato Digital Services LLC, Canada, will add 200 new employees to their contact center site in WaterlooThe Government of Canada is investing $14.5M in Mindbridge Analytics, an Ottawa based fin-tech company working on artificial intelligence. The investment will maintain 32 positions, while creating 200 new jobs by 2030.The Government of Ontario is investing over $2.6M in the forestry industry in the Algoma Region and Manitoulin Island, creating 138 jobsPublic Sector Digest, a London-based software and consulting company, expects to add about 16 employees by the end of 2019Lastman's Bad Boy Superstore, a furniture and appliance retailer, is opening a 30,000-sq-ft. location in Kingston, creating about 50 jobsMotif Labs, a cannabis oil extraction company, started construction on a 2,000-sq.-metre facility in Aylmer, and expects to employ up to 50 new positions once completedA new Starbucks location under construction in Peterborough will employ 30 workers once completedLeoni Elocab Ltd., a specialty cable manufacturer in Kitchener, is undergoing a $14M expansion at its facility is expecting to hire 25 peopleHealthy Planet, a store focusing on health related products, opened in Ancaster, employing 15 peopleSeven corrections officers have been hired at the Kenora and Thunder Bay jails and the Thunder Bay Correctional CentreThe Timmins Police Service hired two special constablesA countrywide supply shortage of cannabis has spurred licensed pot producers to expand operations at more than 15 growers in Southwestern Ontario and add hundreds of jobsThe Liquor Control Board of Ontario will open 200 new stores, known as LCBO Convenience outlets, throughout Ontario as part of the Government of Ontario's expansion planThe Government of Canada and Government of Ontario are investing over $1M to help craft breweries in the province expand operationsHyatt Hotels Corporation announced plans to open 22 new hotels across Canada by the end of 2022, 16 of which will be in OntarioMaple City Homes Ltd. will begin construction on a $150M residential development in Chatham-Kent, and expects to build about 380 homes over five yearsGraywood Developments and Alterra Group have started construction on Wonder Condos in Toronto, expected to be complete by 2020Construction began on the new $21M police station in St. Catharines, and will be operational by fall 2021SheaRock Construction Group Inc. began work on the second phase of the $45M Cabana Rd. corridor improvement project in WindsorEverstrong Construction Ltd. was selected by the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board for the $19.9M construction of a new school in Peterborough's East City neighbourhood. Construction of the new school is expected to begin in June.The Shepherds of Good Hope received over $3.65M funding from Government of Canada towards the construction of a 42-unit affordable housing project in OttawaThe Town of LaSalle awarded J&J Lepera Infrastructure Inc. a $4.7M contract for storm water improvements in Heritage Estates, with completion expected by the end of 2019Construction is underway on a $3.5M project to replace the arena floor at the Peterborough Memorial CentreDalcon Construction is beginning a major renovation project on the Madawaska Bridge in Arnprior, with completion expected at the end of 2020Choom Cannabis Co. opened a store in Niagara Falls on June 15A clean-tech solutions company, KPM Power Inc. opened in EtobicokeSYNERGISTIX Health and Wellness, a clinic of osteopaths, naturopaths, and massage therapists, opened in BramptonZucca's Ristorante and Pizzeria, opened its second location in NewmarketThe Town of Petawawa is implementing a three-year pilot project for container stores, where retail or boutique stores operate in large containers or boxesOomomo, a Japanese variety store, opened their 23,000-sq-ft. flagship store in MarkhamBlow Blow Dry Bar, a specialized hair salon chain, opened a location in MiltonGoh Ballet Academy is opening a location in North York with smaller programs this summer and a full annual program beginning in SeptemberLadouceurPhoto Studio and Gallery opened in Cornwall. The studio offers photography services, a rental studio for aspiring artists and a photo gallery for exhibits.Wedding Cake Cottage, a wedding chapel that offers overnight lodging, opened in VarnaBirch Creek Greenhouse, a floral design business, opened in GoderichLuxury lifestyle retailer WDLT 117 opened a storefront in TorontoCollège La Cité, a French language college in Ottawa, received $1.35M in funding from the Government of Canada to offer personalized coaching to Francophone entrepreneursMama Milisa's Kitchen, a family-owned restaurant, opened in KeeneWingporium Sports Bar opened a fifth Toronto location in Scarborough VillageTFI International, a trucking company operating in the US and Canada, is closing their Highland Transport division on June 28, laying off about 150 peopleTrillium Lakelands District School Board will layoff about 60 support staff in the Kawartha regionLeave the Pack Behind, a smoking-cessation program in Ontario for young adults, is laying off 28 employeesThe Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), an organization promoting industry and academic collaboration, is laying off about 28 full-time employeesGord's Place, a restaurant in St. Catharines closed, resulting in about 20 layoffsArtists on Elgin, an art gallery in Sudbury, will close at the end of JuneSt. Lawrence Medical Clinic is closing its Iroquois location, and consolidating medical services to their Morrisburg locationThe Government of Canada is providing funding of $600,000 for a supervised injection site in Lower Town, in Ottawa
The Government of Ontario is investing $3.2M over five years to help expand the Columbia Forest Products plywood mill in Hearst. The investment will help create and retain about 350 jobs.Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited began construction on the new Cascades Casino in North Bay, which is expected to create 300 jobs after completionApplyBoard Inc., a Kitchener-based company which helps international students apply for post-secondary education, raised $55M in funding and expects to add about 100 new employees in the coming yearNoblegen Inc., a biotech start-up in Peterborough, received $25M in investment financing to increase production. They plan to hire up to 50 more employees by the end of 2019.Goodwill Industries opened its newly expanded London store after $3M in renovations, creating 60 jobsOntario Correctional Services is hiring 21 new probation and parole officers across the provinceConstruction started on a 65,000-sq-ft. hotel in Hamilton, creating 35 full-time jobs when it opens in spring 2020. The $20M hotel development is a joint project between Sigma Group and Kothari Group.Bridgit Inc., a mobile application developer for the construction industry, received $750,000 from the Government of Canada to expand in Kitchener and create 12 new jobsThe Government of Ontario is investing $3.1M in 13 agricultural companies in the northeast, creating or retaining 39 jobsUride, a ride-sharing app, began service in North Bay and is looking for new driversThe Innovate Energy Team was awarded a $2.6B contract to install new eco-friendly systems in five government heating and cooling plants in the Ottawa areaSun Parlour Home, a long-term care facility in Leamington, is hiring for various positionsZ'Gamok Construction LP, a corporation owned by the Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation, was awarded the ore haulage contract for Vale's Totten Mine, southwest of SudburyAlectra Utilities Corporation started an $8.3M rehabilitation project in Dundas to replace and upgrade the company's local infrastructureWilliam F. White International Inc., a film and television production services company, will open its new 151,000-sq-ft. facility in Mississauga in 2020Clarke Construction Inc. will begin work on the $2.5M McNaughton Ave. West improvement project in Chatham in JuneDolson Public School, a public elementary school in Brampton, opened on June 6Nourish Moi, a vegan and gluten free restaurant, opened in MississaugaPho Mid-Way, a Vietnamese and Thai restaurant opened in MississaugaHaight and Ashbury, a menswear clothing store, opened a location at Square One shopping centre in MississaugaGoodfellas, a Neapolitan wood oven pizza restaurant, opened a location in MississaugaStrongFit is opening a new gym in Smiths FallsYo!! Taco, a Mexican restaurant, opened on June 1 in BarrieFrontier Barbers and Company opened a location in St. CatharinesSHAPED, a women's only gym, opened in BramptonTop Gun Burgers opened a location in the Heartland Town Centre in MississaugaThe Patio, a restaurant located on the property of the Science North museum, opened in SudburyFurla, an Italian luxury boutique store, has secured a 1,500-sq-ft. retail location at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping CentreCarnegie Hall Ingersoll, a new event space, openedBlackgate Tattoo Collective opened in StrathroyA Le Chateau Outlet store opened at the Windsor Crossing Premium OutletsSeveral new restaurants and fast-service franchise locations opened in WindsorTorstar Corporation is closing its Hamilton printing and mailroom operations in August, laying off about 180 workersThe London Health Sciences Centre will reduce staff hours by the equivalent of 165 full-time positions. Layoffs will be mitigated by a temporary hiring freeze, attrition and voluntary exits.Bombardier Inc. expects to layoff employees from its Thunder Bay plant next yearYMCA will be closing its west-end Kingston location in AugustThe Government of Canada pledged $15M to the 50 Million Tree Program, which aims to plant 50 million trees across Ontario by 2025Peterborough Police Service's auxiliary unit added 15 new members
Amazon is opening its new fulfillment centre around Ottawa, creating 600 full-time positionsThe Government of Canada is investing more than $1M through the FedNor program to aid business development in Northeastern Ontario, creating or maintaining 100 business and manufacturing jobsKids & Company, a child-care and early learning centre, is opening at the Winona Crossing Shopping Cenre in Stoney Creek later this yearMaria's Pizza and Spaghetti House is reopening in ColborneThe Government of Ontario is investing $63.7M in Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology to expand broadband internet service in Wellington CountyThe Government of Canada is investing $750K in Bridgit Inc., a women-led mobile applications firm, creating 12 new jobs in KitchenerThe Flying Squirrel, a 37,000-sq.-ft. indoor trampoline park, is scheduled to open this summer in WhitbyAll or Nothing Brewhouse relocated to OshawaSquare One Health Group, a medical and dental centre, opened in MississaugaSchomberg Community Hall, in the Township of King, will undergo $1M in renovations beginning in June. Construction is expected to take 12 months.1840 Social Resto+Bar opened in WindsorConstruction began on a new A&W restaurant in Essex which is expected to employ about 20 workers when it opensGiant Tiger opened a 16,656-sq.-ft. store in LondonLibro Credit Union will open a branch in Woodstock by the end of the year, creating seven full-time and three part-time jobsThe Government of Canada invested $4.7M towards the Nightingale Palace, an affordable housing development in London. Construction is expected to begin in June and be completed in 12 months.Healthy Planet, a Toronto-based health and wellness retail chain, will open eight new stores this year in: Ancaster, Kitchener, Kingston, Barrie, two locations in Hamilton and two locations in Ottawa"Enviroplast Inc., a Montreal-based sustainability firm, received $3M from FedDev Ontario to build a recycling facility in Vaughan, creating 30 full-time jobs. It is expected to be operational by spring 2020.Flying Colours Corp. will receive $5M from the Government of Canada for the construction of a new 90,000-sq.-ft. hangar at the Peterborough Airport. It is expected to create at least 60 full-time jobs.Sault Ste. Marie cosmetic manufacturers OC Hair Bath & Body Co. and Mountain Men Beard Co. are opening a retail concept store in Peterborough in JuneThe Government of Canada invested $1.3M through the FedNor loan program in Sudbury Lime Limited, a chemical manufacturer in Sudbury, to establish a second lime slurry plant and expand business operationsWeedMD Rx Inc. will convert its 8,000-sq.-ft. operation in Aylmer into a cannabis oil extraction and processing facility. The conversion is expected to expand the Aylmer plant work force to 50.48North Cannabis Corp. is expected to create about 200 jobs in construction, harvesting and processing at its Good Farm site outside of BrantfordThe City of Woodstock awarded PK Construction Inc. an $840,000 contract to renovate the public works and engineering department's James St building. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-summer.WatersEdge Massage Therapy & Wellness opened in Carleton PlaceThe Art Shoppe, a high end furniture store in Toronto, will close its 70,000-sq.-ft. design showroom after 83 years in businessPaul's Bakery in Sault Ste. Marie closed after 62 years in business
The Government of Canada invested $750K through the FedNor loan program in Drillco Mining and Exploration, a drill manufacturer in North Bay, to help develop the first clean-tech modular drilling systemA new winery, Cornerfield Wine Co., opened in Huron County in early MayThe Government of Ontario is committing $71M to the Eastern Ontario Regional Network's (EORN) project to eliminate cellular coverage gaps in the region, creating up to 3,000 jobs over 10 yearsKenalex Construction will start a $10.9M reconstruction project in June of Cassells Street in North Bay, with expected completion in two yearsBare Naked Beauty, a beauty products retailer, expanded and opened a new location in KagawongSugar Bush Canadian Coffee House, a local coffee and home décor shop, will be opening in KagawongHigh Life Cannabis Co., a cannabis retailer, will open in Greater Sudbury in MayShopify Inc., a Canadian e-commerce company, opened a second office in Toronto with plans to hire an additional 750 employees by 2022Uber Technologies Inc., a transportation network company, is opening an engineering hub in Toronto, initially employing 200 workers with plans to accommodate 400 employeesOak + Fort, a fashion retailer, is opening a store in Markham's CF Markville Mall at the end of JuneOver the Rainbow, a Toronto-based fashion retailer, relocated to a larger location on Bloor Street West in TorontoChuck's Roadhouse Bar and Grill opened a third location in MississaugaStarbucks opened a third location in Mississauga's Square One Shopping CentreGoodfellas Wood Oven Pizza, a Neapolitan pizza restaurant, is opening in Mississuaga's Sussex Centre at the end of MayConstruction is underway on Wish Condos, an 18 storey condominum development in ScarboroughThe Government of Ontario is investing up to $25M in the construction of an expanded stem cell transplant unit at the Juravinski Cancer Centre in Hamilton, with expected completion in 2021iSpan Systems LP, a manufacturer of light steel frame building systems, is hiring labourers, carpenters and architectural technologists in Princeton, Brant CountyAn Arby's restaurant is opening in Hamilton in early JuneSeveral new restaurants opened in Hamilton including the Tall Tree Sandwich Co., a second Bread Bar location, Simply Italian Bakery and Bon Temps48North Cannabis Corp. secured approval for outdoor cultivation at its 100-acre Good Farm location in Brant CountyHuron University College marked the beginning of construction on a new $18.5M, 40,000 sq-ft. building in London to be completed within 14 monthsMirolin Industries Corp., a manufacturer of bathtubs and showers, will move production from Etobicoke to Masco Canada Ltd.'s facility in St. Thomas. Production is scheduled to begin in June 2020 and will bring about 150 jobs to the city.Auto parts manufacturer Presstran Industries, a division of Magna Structural Systems Inc., is adding 60 employees to a workforce of about 600 in St. ThomasTweed Inc. opened its first cannabis retail store in LondonValente Development Corp. began construction on 955 On the Avenue, a $7M condominium development in Windsor, expected to be completed in 12 monthsConstruction began on the Bridge Youth Resource Centre housing facility in LeamingtonExpress Employment Professionals staffing opened in ChathamCanadel Custom Dining Furniture opened in EssexConstruction is underway on a six storey office building project by Perimeter Development Corp.Vital Images, a medical software developer, moved into a new Waterloo office with plans to hire 10 to 15 employees by the end of the year and up to 100 employees by 2020The Brick, a home furnishings store, opened in GravenhurstColorworks Autobody, an autobody and collision centre, moved to a new location in Huntsville with larger space for more staff and additional servicesAvon Maitland school board will layoff 34 teaching positions over and above normal attrition in Huron and Perth countiesOneEleven, a Canadian tech hub, will close its Ottawa office at the end of JulyLennox and Addington Seniors Outreach Services (LASOS) will transfer the bulk of its services to the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) starting July 1st, laying off 33 employeesA Metro grocery store in Hamilton is being renovated and converted into a Food Basics, affecting 23 full-time and 77 part-time employees
Toy Sense opened a second loation in Thunder BayA new restaurant, Grace, is opening in London at the end of May, creating 16 positionsA kitchen supply retailer, Cooke's Essentials, opened in KingstonThe Beerded Dog Brewing Company opened a microbrewery pub in HarrowThe Quality Inn and Conference Centre in Stratford, formerly the Festival Inn, will reopen in June, and plans to hire an additional 36 staffDomm Construction Ltd. began construction on a new fire hall and public works facility in BlythChuck's Roadhouse Bar and Grill opened in Sarnia, employing 40 peoplePupatello and Sons Ltd. will start a $1.4M restoration of Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church in Windsor-Essex in May, with work expected to be completed in the fallPressure Drop, a clothing boutique, with a café and bar, opened in Ford CityHey Noodles restaurant opened in Mississauga9 Queen Chinese restaurant opened in BramptonThe Government of Ontario is investing $20M in the construction of an Ontario Provincial Police Highway Safety Division detachment in Mississauga, with expected completion in 2020Toys Toys Toys, a specialty toy store, opened in Brampton's Bramalea City CentreWhaley's Corners Public School opened in BramptonEmpire Company Limited is constructing a customer fulfillment centre in Vaughan for Sobey's upcoming online grocery home delivery service; approximately 1,500 jobs will be created from the expansionThe Government of Ontario is investing $1.3M in three mental health services organizations in Hastings and Prince Edward counties, supporting eight new positionsConstruction will begin in June on a $2.4M renovation of the Ottawa Public Library in Hintonburg, with expected completion in early 2020Xplornet Communications Inc., a broadband service provider, is expanding this summer and looking to fill approximately 30 new positions in CornwallA new Canadian Tire location opened in Wellington County, creating 40 positionsMoose Mountain, an indoor children's play space, opened in Wellington CountyOutdoor Travel, an RV and camper dealership in Hamilton, began construction on its new facility in Beamsville, with completion expected by spring 2020The Government of Canada invested $1M in a new natural gas filling station for Truk-King Logistics and Envoy Energy in Fort ErieiPotato, a Mediterranean eatery, opened in WaterlooTesla, Inc., an electric vehicle manufacturer, opened a service centre in KitchenerBowling on Broadway, a bowling alley and arcade facility, will open in Orangeville in MayWhyte's Foods Inc., a food manufacturer, held a job fair on May 20-21 to fill 100 positions at the new factory in WallaceburgTranscontinental Inc., a Canadian newspaper publishing and marketing company, is closing its Brampton facility by the end of 2019, affecting 125 employeesBeau's Brewing Co. in Ottawa will layoff four to five employees in an effort to restructure against growing craft beer competitionTarkett Group will close the Johnsonite flooring plant in Waterloo by the end of 2019, laying off 70 workers
The University of Ottawa's Faculty of Engineering received $1.5M for its start-up program, MakerLaunch, which helps affiliated entrepeneurs scale up and launch new tech startupsTick Tock Escapes, an escape room business, opened in PetawawaPerth Family Pharmacy has opened in PerthAkromold, a moulding manufacturer in Goderich, plans to hire up to ten skilled tradespersons under a new contract with Laker Energy for the Bruce Power MCR ProjectChanel, a luxury fashion and goods retailer, has opened a fragrance and beauty boutique in Toronto's Holt Renfrew CentreWal-Mart Canada Corp. (Walmart) is investing over $200M in renovations for 31 stores, creating approximately 3,250 construction jobs across Canada; 17 stores in Ontario will be renovatedThe Green Goose Pub & Grill has opened in MississaugaBread and Salt is opening an artisanal bakery in Mississauga in JuneThe Kebab Bistro has opened in MississaugaBean & Pearl Café, an artisanal bubble tea shop, has opened a second location, in Toronto's Stackt MarketUdon Kitanoya, a noodle restaurant, has opened in TorontoNoront Resource Ltd., a mining company, will open a new ferrochrome processing plant in Sault Ste. Marie, creating 300-500 direct jobs, and up to 1,000 indirect jobsThe Government of Canada has invested $2.57M as a repayable loan to Nicoya Lifesciences, a biotechnology firm in Kitchener, to support further technical development and create 29 new positions in the next few yearsChick Fiesta, a halal chicken restaurant, has opened in Mississauga's Heartland Town CentreMortgage Partners Corporation, a boutique financial brokerage, has opened in BradfordTalize, a used apparel and housewares retailer, has opened in BarrieGeorgian Shores Fine Foods & Catering has opened in the town of MidlandFood Basics is hiring for its new grocery store in TecumsehDangler's Edge Sports is scheduled to open this summer in St. ThomasCoco Paving Inc. will begin construction on the $13M Red Hill Valley Parkway project in Hamilton on May 21, with completion expected at the end of JuneStarbucks Coffee Canada, Inc. (Starbucks) opened a third location in Niagara-on-the-Lake, creating 20 jobsMuskoka Candy Company has opened in BracebridgeChestnut Park Real Estate, a brokerage, has opened in Huntsville, creating 6 positionsThe Government of Canada is investing a total of $41M in Quantum Valley Ideas Lab, Cognitive Systems, High Q Technologies and ISARA Corp., creating 167 jobs and maintaining 75 jobs in the Waterloo regionThe Ontario Northland Transportation Commission issued 31 layoff notices for employees in the remanufacturing and repair divisionSt. Michael's Hospital in Toronto has laid off 40 clerical positions due to budget cutsT by Daniel, a specialty tea shop, will close its Bramalea City Centre location in Brampton at the end of MayThe Ontario Telemedecine Network, a virtual healthcare provider, has eliminated 44 jobs due to budget cutsCommunitech, an innovation hub in Kitchener-Waterloo, has laid off 15 employeesWroute Inc., a Kitchener-based transportation company, has closed, affecting 18 employeesColes bookstore will close in June in ChathamCoyote's Run Estate Winery closed in Niagara-on-the-LakeThe Government of Canada invested nearly $700,000 in funding for the Canada Summer Jobs program in the riding of KenoraGM Canada is investing $170M at its Oshawa facility, retaining 300 jobs
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada will begin production of the Lexus NX series at its Cambridge facility starting in 2022. In conjunction with the recent RAV4 production announcement, 450 jobs will be created.Ottawa-based manufacturers Camcor Industries and Production Case Co., are hiring new employees to meet an increase in demandThe Government of Ontario will invest $5.5M over five years in the Ben Hokum & Son Ltd sawmill in Killaloe, supporting new technologies and creating five new jobsThe Government of Canada will invest $1.5M through the Dairy Processing Investment Fund in St. Albert's Cheese Co-operativePizza Hut is opening a second restaurant in North BayEdo Japan, a teppanyaki restaurant, has opened at the Heartland Town Centre in MississaugaUnited Way Greater Toronto is investing $3.5-million over the next year towards youth employment programs in Toronto and York and Peel RegionsElite 6ix Bar & Grill opened in Mississauga's Streetsville neighbourhoodLes Moulins La Fayette, a Quebec-based bakery, has opened in MississaugaTier 3 Restaurant and Bar has opened in MiltonA new Starbucks location has opened in OakvilleThe Government of Canada will invest $575,000 in Riverside Natural Foods Ltd. in Vaughan. The investment will support factory upgrades and create 15 jobs in the region.Greenwin Incorporated and Choice Properties REIT are planning redevelopment of surplus land in downtown Toronto, with plans for 200 affordable housing units, 700 purpose -built rental units, a daycare and retail spaceBailey Nelson, an Australian-based optical retailer, has opened in TorontoVerda Innovations, a Waterloo-based cannabis tech start-up, hired four new programmersToronto-based Mobile Klinik, a smartphone repair retailer, plans to open 200 stores over the next three years in Walmart Supercentres across Canada. Of the first five stores opening, Ontario has three locations: Scarborough, Oshawa and London.The Red Barn Brewing Co. held a ground-breaking ceremony at the site of its new brewery and farm outside of BlenheimTwo new restaurants, On the Docks and Vang's, opened in Essex creating 15 jobsWild Child Nightlife bar is hiring for various positions in Windsor and is expected to open in springA.A. Wright Public School in Wallaceburg and McNaughton Avenue Public School in Chatham will received about $3.7M in capital upgrades over the summerThe St. Clair Catholic District School Board awarded a $979K contract to Bullock & Sons Roofing Ltd. to replace the roof at St. Joseph's Catholic School in CorunnaWeedMD Rx Inc., a producer of medical marijuana, will open its headquarters in London with a staff of about 20 employeesKettle Creek Public School in Port Stanley will undergo $5M in upgrades over the summer periodTahini's restaurant opened a second location in London and is preparing a third elsewhere in the cityLosani Homes received approval from the City of Hamilton to begin construction on Central Park, a mixed residential and commercial developmentApproximately $1.3M of restoration work began on Fort Mississauga in Niagara-on-the-Lake in April, and is expected to be completed in the fallRenovations to convert the former Norfolk Inn in Simcoe into affordable and supportive housing are scheduled to begin this summer at a cost of about $7MMB Country Living, a retailer of outdoor living and pet supplies, opened a store in PelhamBudapest Bakeshop opened in Niagara-on-the-lake with about five employeesWest Corridor Constructors will begin a $639.8M reconstruction project of Highway 401 in Mississauga and Milton in late 2019, with expected completion in late 2022The Ferguson Forest Centre in Kemptville will reduce summer staffing as a result of the cancelled 50 Million Tree programSouthern Ontario Library Service will end their interlibrary loan program due to budget cuts, laying off 24 driversHands The Family Help Network, an autism services provider, will be laying off 10 positions due to a cut in fundingAllen's Scottish Butchers in Toronto has closedDomtar Corp., a paper mill in Espanola, is eliminating 70 positions through attrition over the next four years due to consolidating the fibre production lineLeading Edge Hobbies, a Kingston hobby retailer store, will close their physical retail store in June causing some employees to lose their jobsThe City of North Bay is running a job fair in Oshawa in September to attract laid off GM and other auto workersCommunity Living North Halton and Lunchbox Café, a restaurant in Milton, have partnered to provide training for 13 adults with special needs to gain job experience in the food services industryFCA Canada Inc. will invest $355M towards future automotive production at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor over the next 12 monthsInnovate Niagara will host Welcome Home, a networking event, to match Niagara-based technology companies with job seekers on June 6 in St. Catharines
Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Ltd. is looking to fill about 200 vacancies in a variety of positions at its new $36M casino in Chatham opening this summerThe Government of Canada is investing $5.6M in three innovation companies in Richmond Hill, Applanix Corporation, Opus One Solutions and Hibar Systems Limited, creating 36 new jobs in the GTAArchmill House Inc., a custom manufacturer of architectural millwork, received $580K from the Government of Canada towards the $2.3M expansion of its facility in Ancaster, creating 25 jobsThe Government of Canada is investing $2.1M in Melitron Corporation, a metal manufacturer, to expand its facilities in Guelph expecting to create 22 full-time jobsThe Blue Line Pub & Lounge opened in Sarnia, creating between 15 and 20 full and part-time jobsThe Wade Hampton House in Greater Sudbury received $1.4M for the expansion of a new apartment complexThe Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc. will invest $14M to construct and launch Cambium Plant Sciences, a research and development facility in GoderichThe Matawa Education and Care Centre received $16M from the federal government for upgrades including a new classroom, mental health support wing, and gymnasium. It is expected to be complete by August 2020.The $18.5M Saggius Sainnawap Memorial Health Centre opened in K.I. First Nation, 600 kilometres north of Thunder BayPlazaComm Commercial began construction on the Grand Canal Retirement Residence in Welland which is scheduled to open in late 2020 or early 2021Construction started for Durham Live, a 240-acre entertainment development in Pickering. The project includes a hotel, casino, concert venue, convention centre, movie studio and retail space with the first phase expecting to open in 2020.Rankin Construction Inc. began construction on the International Plaza and Civic Park at Niagara Region headquarters in ThoroldMoney In Motion, a financial services company in Sudbury, is hiring sales staffThe Courthouse Hotel in Thunder Bay will open in May, creating eight local jobsCQ Industrial Laundry opened in Cochrane and expects to hire an additional shiftThe Rainbow District School Board in Sudbury is investing $2M to construct a soccer dome at Lasalle Secondary SchoolCultural Industries Ontario North will receive $850K in funding from FedNor to advance the development and promotion of the region's digital and film media, TV and music industriesMastermind Toys opened a store in Mississauga's Clarkson Crossing Centre plazaNova Cannabis opened a retail store in Toronto on Queen St. W.Ever New, an Australian women's fashion retailer, will open its seventh Canadian store in Vaughan Mills in MayHilton's dual branded Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Brampton West and Home2 Suites by Hilton Toronto Brampton opened with 220 roomsThe Government of Canada is investing $2.85M for the construction of Allanview Place, an affordable housing unit in BarrieThe Windsor Essex Community Housing Corp. will receive $22M from the Government of Canada towards the construction of Meadowbrook Lane, a $39M mixed-income residential buildingAgris Co-op. Ltd. opened a new $2.5M fertilizer blending system in ThamesvilleRiver Run Brew Co. craft brewery and The Tin Fiddler restaurant and bar are expected to open in Sarnia in JuneSeafood supplier Steelhead Food Co. opened a storefront in St. Thomasfoodora, a food delivery service, has expanded to OttawaUride, a Northern Ontario ride share program, is expanding to North Bay and recruiting drivers for the areaCanadian-Made Apparel Inc., a clothing manufacturer in Cambridge, filed for bankruptcy affecting approximately 60 employeesWorkforce WindsorEssex launched WEjobs, a new job board combining listings from 14 national, provincial and local job boards
The Timmins region will benefit from $3.4M in funding from FedNor, including $1.1M to expand the Town of Kirkland Lake's industrial park and create 450 jobs for the Kirkland Lake Gold Macassa mineVeoneer Canada Inc., an automobile electronics manufacturer in Markham, plans to hire 300 new auto-tech positionsCannabis producer Beleave Inc. will invest $30M to expand a 23,000-sq.-m greenhouse in London, creating work for 250 employeesGateway Casinos and Entertainment opened their $18M Playtime Casino in Hanover, employing over 200 peopleSeven Leaf, a cannabis producer in Akwesasne, is expanding their facility, which will employ up to 120 people once completeLevert Group, a staffing solutions firm, is looking to fill 40 part-time skilled labourer positions in the Sault Ste. Marie areaParaMed Home Health Care Services is looking to hire 20 personal support workers in North Bay and 60 in Sudburyas well as registered nurses and registered practical nurses in Sault Ste. MarieEast Side Mario's restaurant re-opened under new management in Barrie, with 50 employeesRoaring Cat Retreat, a rescue sanctuary for large cats in Grand Bend, is expected to open in June and hire 20 employeesBC Instruments, an Ontario-based parts manufacturer, opened up a facility in West Grey to better supply Bruce PowerEnbridge Gas Inc. will begin work on the $28.5M, 11 km Stratford Transmission Pipeline near the Township of Zorra, with construction to be complete by NovemberNordic Minesteel Technologies Inc., a mining supplier, is looking for labourers, assemblers and welders at their North Bay plantFernbrook Homes started construction on a 12-storey condo project with 200 units and retail shops in Milton. Completion is expected in 2020.Cannabis retailer Canna Cabana opened a store in Hamilton with 30 employeesCanna Cabana, a cannabis retailer, opened in Sudbury, employing about 14 peopleChippewa Trading Post will be filling over 30 positions for five of their businesses in Sault Ste. Marie. Positions include cooks, servers, sales clerks, ice cream scoopers and cleaners.Urban Legend Developments Ltd., a partner with VanMar Developments, is building a mixed-use condominium development in KitchenerNorth Perth added ten new firefighters to their emergency services force with six in Listowel, two in Atwood and two in Monkton9 Queen, a full service dine-in Chinese food restaurant, opened in downtown BramptonEver New, an Australian-based clothing store, opened in Mississauga's Square One Shopping CentreCinnaholic, a vegan cinnamon bun bakery, will open in The Glebe in OttawaRide-sharing service Uride is hiring drivers in Chatham-KentConcentrix is laying off 240 workers at its Belleville call centre. Some employees may be reassigned to other programs.Domtar Corporation will layoff 70 employees at their Espanola pulp and paper facility through normal attrition and retirementVittoria Trattoria, a restaurant in Ottawa's ByWard Market, closed due to a fire, affecting about 50 employees, some of who may be accommodated at other Vittoria locationsThe Original Princess Cinema, a cultural movie theatre in Waterloo, will close in JuneToronto's Humber College opened the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation facility which will promote science, technology, engineering, art and math outreach with industry and community partners, and address skills gapsThe London and Area Works job fair held on April 16 featured over 80 companies and 17 agencies with over 2,000 available jobs
Thales Canada Inc. is expected to hire more than 400 employees, primarily in Burlington and Ottawa, as it builds its digital security businessStryker Corp., a medical devices and equipment manufacturer, opened its $100M Canadian headquarters in Hamilton with over 200 employeesMovati Athletic began construction on an $18M fitness centre in Windsor expected to open in spring 2020, creating more than 150 construction jobs and about 125 permanent positionsMacLean Engineering is expanding and will hire an additional 50 to 60 workers such as welders, machinists, electricians, mechanics and administrative people at their manufacturing facility in Owen SoundA Fionn MacCool's restaurant and bar will open in Windsor in May, creating 70 jobsConstruction started on the next phase of the $1.6B Wataynikaneyap Power project. The installation of 1,630 kilometres of transmission line in remote northwestern Ontario is expected to be complete by 2023.The Government of Canada and the City of Toronto is investing $1.3B in over 58,000 affordable housing units with renovations scheduled to begin in spring 2019Drewlo Holdings started construction on an $80M project in Kitchener which will include two residential towers with retail space at street levelCannabis retailer J. London opened a store in London with 25 employeesAmeri, a cannabis retailer, opened in Yorkville, hiring about 20 staffBrock Street Cannabis Co., a Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. branded store, opened in KingstonThe Niagara Herbalist opened a cannabis retail store in St. CatharinesCurative Cannabis, a cultivator of medical and recreational cannabis, is hiring for a variety of positions in ChathamGTA Vapes, a specialty vape retailer, opened its sixth store in Georgetown at 118 Guelph St.BlaSter, an entertainment venue formerly known as Soo Blaster, is reopening in Sault Ste. Marie this spring and will hire 20 full-time and part-time positions including servers, bartenders and supervisorsKitchener-based Charcoal Group of Restaurants is opening new locations of Beertown Public Houses in Oakville, Toronto, Barrie and GuelphThe Ministry of Northern Development and Mines announced more than $1M for six tourism projects in the Thunder Bay region, creating 18 full and part-time jobsConstruction started on the new 12,000-sq.-ft. Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Little Current, expected to be complete in 2020CX Solutions, a global tech and consulting firm, will open a location in Sault Ste. Marie, hiring project coordinators, customer experience specialists, and help desk specialistsCanada Goose, a luxury parka retailer, will open a new location in Toronto's CF Sherway Gardens mallSt. Mary's Development Corp. will build a car dealership and high-rise building in OttawaSilvergate Homes Ltd. started construction for its Legends on The Green housing development in Niagara Falls to be completed this fallHamilton Film Studios, a company offering studio space and location support equipment, opened in HamiltonThe City of Sarnia awarded Birnam Excavating Ltd. a $7.7M contract for sewer upgradesA Food Basics grocery store is under construction in Tecumseh for a summer openingThe former Town and Country Restaurant in West Lorne is being converted into retail space and residential apartmentsWindsor Regional Hospital will issue about 80 layoffs, primarily in food services and housekeeping, over the next few monthsMidway Lumber Mills in Thessalon will layoff 16 jobs in May due to inaccessibility to a portion of their wood supply
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, started production of its RAV4 vehicle at its Cambridge and Woodstock facilities adding 450 workersConstruction will start in April on the CF Fairview Mall $80M revitalization project in Toronto. It will include redevelopment of existing retail space, new restaurants and improving pedestrian access.Lake of the Woods Brewing Company will receive $1M from the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines, to expand and set up an additional manufacturing facility in Kenora and create 19 full-time jobsStackt, a 100,000-sq.-ft. retail and community hub, opened in Toronto. The space will house retailers, restaurants and services including a brewery, a basketball court and movie screenings.Construction is set to begin on King Street in the municipality of Preston, the $8.6M project is expected to take 2 yearsTeranorth Construction and Engineering Limited started the $6.6M reconstruction of Seymour Street and Highway 11/17 in North Bay. It is expected to be complete in 2020.A North Bay water tower will undergo a $2.3M refurbishment starting in MayThe Hunny Pot Cannabis Co. opened a retail store near Queen St. W and University Avenue in downtown Toronto hiring about 20 front-line staffGanjika House, a cannabis retailer, opened on Main St. in BramptonRELM Cannabis Co. opened a retail store at Fairview Street and Walkers Line in BurlingtonThree cannabis retailers, Hobo, Fire & Flower York Street Cannabis and Superette, opened in OttawaSpiritleaf, a cannabis retailer, opened in Kingston with 13 employeesCentral Cannabis opened a retail store on Wonderland Rd. in LondonHighlife, one of two cannabis retailers in Sudbury, opened in AprilWeedMD, a medical-grade cannabis producer, acquired a 98-acre property with plans to expand production in StrathroyWeedMD acquired a licensed 610,000-sq.-ft. greenhouse and 50 acres of land in Strathroy from Perfect Pick Farms where it intends to cultivate cannabisMississauga's Square One Shopping Centre officially opened The Food District a food emporium style marketplaceNuvia Canada Inc. opened a training facility for radiation technicians in Tiverton for Bruce Power's Major Component Replacement (MCR) projectA new Caisse Populaire in West Ferris will add financial planning services to their branch, hiring seven new staffTJ Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant, opened in Port CreditBalena Restaurant & Karahi House, an Afghan restaurant is opening at Tenth Line West and Thomas Street in MississaugaThe Hub, a restaurant based in Stratford, is expanding by opening a location in MitchellThe Anishnabeg Outreach's Child and Family Centre, opened in the Region of WaterlooMr. Sub, a sandwich shop, opened at Mapleview Drive in BarrieFiat Chrysler Automobiles is cutting the third production shift at its Windsor plant later this year resulting in about 1500 layoffsThree businesses, the Glue Pot Pub, Dana's Indian Cuisine and Barbarella's VIP Cabaret, closed in Ottawa due to the building's demolition and subsequent construction, affecting about 25 staffEpiroc, a Swedish-based mining company, is laying off 19 people from its office in North BayThe Office of the Child Advocate will close its Thunder Bay location, affecting about a dozen jobsAddiction and Mental Health Services-Kingston is laying off 42 employees due to restructuring, however 30 new positions will be created as the agency reorganizes over the next 9 monthsA supervised injection site run by Ottawa Public Health closed due to cut funding
The Supreme Cannabis Company Inc., announced its subsidiary, 7ACRES, expanded their greenhouse by 30,000-sq.-ft. and hired about 495 full-time greenhouse employeesAvidbots Corp., a manufacturer of industrial floor cleaning robots, plans to hire about 50 employees in KitchenerIndex Exchange Inc., an advertising and marketing company, is looking to hire about 50 software developersKik Interactive Inc., an instant messaging company in Kitchener, is looking to hire 30 employeesTreasure Hunt Canada, a discount retailer, opened a 28,000-sq.-ft. store in Cornwall's Eastcourt Shopping Plaza employing 19 peopleA Freshmart grocery store opened April 4 in M'Chigeeng, with 20 employees and may increase to 30 employees for the summerVolvo Group opened a parts distribution centre in Milton with 38 employees, 12 more than were employed at its former Mississauga facilityThe Hamilton Police Service is looking to hire 27 new personnel including 24 police officersNatural Health Services, an Alberta-based medical cannabis clinic, opened a location in Windsor. It employs six full-time employees and expects employment to triple in the next year.Mobials Inc., a software development firm in London, completed a $4M expansion project and are looking to add another 15 employeesThe Government of Ontario is investing $5M to transform an old paper mill in Sault Ste. Marie into a centre for tourism, creating eight new jobsThe Hospice of Waterloo Region will begin construction on the Gies Family Centre, a 28,000-sq.-ft. palliative care facility, which is expected to open in early 2020Construction is underway on the new 8,000-sq.-ft. Thorold Veterinary Hospital and is expected to be completed in fall 2019VIVO Cannabis Inc., is expanding its Napanee cannabis cultivation facility and expects to increase production capacityThe Devil's Pulpit Golf Association in Caledon is hiring for a variety of seasonal positionsThe South West Local Health Integration Network will receive $4M from the Government of Ontario to increase the number of personal support workersThe Government of Canada is investing $250K into a market and events pavilion at Centennial Park in Red LakeLaurentian Ski Hill in North Bay will undergo a $170K expansion, beginning at the end of the current ski seasonThe Sault Area Hospital will open 128 new long-term care beds from recent Government of Ontario fundingJack Nathan Medical Inc. opened an 8,300-sq.-ft. multidisciplinary medical clinic inside a Walmart store in VaughanOnline grocery retailer Fresh City Farms Inc. opened two stores in Toronto and plans to open more locations over the next couple of yearsThe North Bay Nurse Practitioner-Lead Clinic opened April 8 with a variety of health care professionalsPorter Airlines is expanding flight service between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Muskoka Airport for the summer of 2019The Saugeen Connects Partnership is launching a new loan program to help students try self-employment during the summerEndy, an online mattress retailer, will open in the Stackt marketplace in Toronto this springElio Ristorante opened in Sutton in the Town of GeorginaAn A&W restaurant opened in East GwillimburyKabobgy, a Syrian restaurant, and baby boutique Rock-A-Bye Baby, both opened in EssexA Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club opened in BurlingtonBaskin-Robbins Canada opened its 100th location in Hamilton at the CF Lime Ridge MallVDL Cosmetics will open its first Canadian store in TorontoTan Mujiang, a retailer of Chinese wooden combs, opened its first Canadian store in Scarborough Town CentreAn emergency shelter opened in Red LakeTTEC Holdings Inc., a call-centre formerly known as Atelka, is closing at the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park by the end of April, affecting 170 employeesNineteen staff were laid off at Child and Community Resources, which serves multiple communities in Northern OntarioThe Salvation Army is closing its Pembroke charity operations, laying off two employeesQueen Video in downtown Toronto will close by the end of AprilMarkham-based Enghouse Systems, a software firm, acquired video software firm Ottawa's Espial Group Inc. for $56.5MOttawa's L-Spark and Solace is partnering with Telus Corp. and Blackberry Ltd., to support four Canadian start-ups developing Internet technology applicationsThe Lennox and Addington Youth Hub opened in Napanee and will provide services and programs to youth aged 16 to 24 in Greater Napanee and the surrounding area
Aphria Inc., a cannabis production company, held a job fair to fill 130 positions at its Leamington facilityA fourth Chalo! FreshCo grocery store opened in Brampton, creating over 100 jobsConstruction is underway on a Best Western Hotel in Ajax to be completed this fall, creating more than 50 jobsHospice Peterborough Care Centre, a 14,660-sq.-ft. health-care facility, opened with 24 new employeesVrancor Group will open a $20M Holiday Inn Express hotel in Point Edward this summer, creating 22 full-time jobsConstruction continues on Whyte's Foods Inc.'s $16.5M new food-processing plant outside of Wallaceburg, with hiring expected to take place in MayIndiva, a cannabis production company, added three new flower rooms to its facility in London and plans to hire between 25 and 30 peoplePlanet Fitness will open a location in Sarnia in June, employing 20 to 30 peopleAMI Attachments Inc., a manufacturer of attachments for heavy equipment in Hawkesville, is looking to hire between 20 and 30 employees for various positionsEve and Co., a cannabis manufacturer in Strathroy, received $18.7M in financing towards a greenhouse expansion and is looking to hire about 60 employeesThe Government of Canada will provide up to $12.8M in funding to support new housing construction at Cat Lake First NationKingston Frontenac Public Library has completed a $14M renovation project and has reopenedBig Trout Lake First Nation will receive over $42M from the Government of Canada to build a new school up to Grade 12Construction will start in April on an $8.8M road reconstruction project in St. Thomas expected to be complete by November 2019A new emergency shelter and service hub opened in KenoraGBS Global Biopharma Inc., a U.S. based cannabinoid company is expanding into Ottawa to research and develop new medicinesSlice Labs, an Ottawa technology firm, has partnered with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company to develop on-demand insurance to drivers in the rideshare industryConstruction is underway on Terraces of Princess Gardens in Etobicoke, an affordable housing project by Princess ManagementA HomeSense and Marshalls outlet store opened in OshawaThe Durham District School Board is undertaking several projects including constructing a youth hub at GL Roberts CVI in Oshawa, to be completed in May, and roofing projects at six schools beginning in JuneConstruction is underway on a retail development in Port Colborne which will have a Pioneer gas station and an A&W restaurantThe City of Welland awarded Schouten Excavating Inc. a $989K contract to demolish the Forks Road Bridge by May 31The Belgian Moon Brewery by Molson Coors Canada will open in the Stackt marketplace in Toronto this springMK Auto Solutions opened in HamiltonPicard's Peanuts opened a store in Fort ErieIncoho Restaurant opened in St. CatharinesPalasad SocialBowl, a London entertainment spot, spent $2.5M upgrading and expanding its London locationFeltz Design Build Limited will start construction on a $207K roof and siding project at the Mitchell and District Community CentreIn Sault Ste. Marie a Topper's Pizza, Inc. franchise opened in MarchMastermind Toys opened a store in AjaxRecharge & Play Wellness Café opened in WaterlooGreen Earth Stores Ltd., a specialty retailer will close 29 stores in Ontario, with the number of jobs affected unknownCS Wind Corp., a South Korea-based wind turbine manufacturer, ceased operations at its Windsor factoryAbout half the staff of a No Frills grocery store that recently closed in Hamilton have been hired at a new No Frills location opening by AprilMidway Lumber Mills Ltd. in Thessalon is laying off 16 employees in April due to wood supply issuesTranquility House women's shelter in Matheson will close on April 12Joey's Seafood Restaurant in North Bay closed in MarchVillage International, a store selling international fair trade handmade products in Sudbury, is closing by the end of May 2019Community laboratory services at St. Marys Memorial Hospital will temporarily close March 18 due to a staffing shortage of medical laboratory techniciansTwo financial services firms, WFG Securities Inc. and Mortgage Architects, have started their business in the Millworks - Centre for Entrepreneurship small business incubator in Sault Ste. Marie
AAR Corp., an international aircraft maintenance firm, is looking to hire about 160 staff in Windsor within the next two yearsAlstom Canada Inc. is nearing completion on a new light rail assembly facility in Brampton, and expected to employ between 100 and 120 workersThe Pickle Barrel opened restaurants in Waterloo and Cambridge, creating about 250 jobsAvondale Dairy Bar in Niagara-on-the-Lake will hire about 60 employees over the course of the summer seasonMedavie EMS Ontario Ltd. has recruited six new paramedics in Chatham-KentA 6,200-sq.-ft. LCBO store opened in Niagara-on-the-Lake with six employeesThe North Simcoe Muskoka Local Health Integration Network and the County of Simcoe's four long-term care facilities are experiencing a shortage of personal support workersConstruction began on a six-storey apartment building in Mississauga by Starlight Group Property Holdings Inc. and is expected to be completed in 2020The Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario are investing over $14.4M to create 127 more affordable housing units in Northwestern OntarioConstruction started on Oxnard Development Inc.'s Potters Gate, a residential subdivision in TillsonburgThe Keewatin-Patricia District School Board awarded Finn Way General Contractor Inc. the $7.8M tender for renovations at Ear Falls Public School, with work beginning in MarchThe Government of Ontario is investing $4.5M towards a new housing facility for Indigenous people in KenoraPreston Sand and Gravel Co. Ltd. is adding a hot-mix asphalt and ready-mix concrete plants at its Wolfe Pit near St. JacobsThermal Energy International, an Ottawa-based cleantech firm, received $1.8M from an U.S. dairy group to develop a heat recovery systemCanadore College, in partnership with The DNA Company is building a $1.5M genomics lab in North BayNuvyyo, an Ottawa technology company, received $1M in funding from BDC Capital for the research and development of new productsU.S.-based retailer L.L. Bean Inc. will open its first Canadian store in OakvilleStructube, a home furnishings retailer, opened a store in ScarboroughMarket 63 by Coppa's grocery and Nonna Francesca's Ristorante opened in TorontoA 6,500-sq.-ft. conference centre and garden is being built by Vintage Hotels on a six-acre property in Niagara-on-the-LakeJM Security Canada, a home and commercial security company, will open a location in WindsorHardy John's Bar & Grill opened in OshawaConstruction is underway on a new Tim Hortons location in WaterlooChinese value-priced retailer Ximivogue will open its first two Canadian stores in TorontoBeaverTails, a speciality pastry shop, will open in downtown Kingston at the end of MarchThe Round Table, a board game café in Guelph, is opening locations in Waterloo and Kitchener by AprilUrban Air Adventure Park, an indoor trampoline park, opened in SudburyDe Beers Group will finish mining at the Victor Mine near Attawapiskat in May, affecting about 100 employeesSoftware developer SAP Canada Inc. laid-off 64 employees at its offices in Toronto and WaterlooBrant Family and Children's Services will layoff between 20 and 25 front-line staff in AprilGlue Pot Pub, Barbarella's VIP Cabaret and Dana's Indian Cuisine in Ottawa will close at the end of MarchKidsability is laying off eight instructor therapists and one family support worker in Waterloo Region as of April 1The Waterfront restaurant in Pickering closed on March 23The New Life Centre, a men's shelter run by The Salvation Army in Sudbury, will close in MayThe City of Ottawa has approved Stage 2 of the $4.6B Light Rail Transit expansion. Construction is scheduled to begin this year.
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 EtobicokeThe 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 centreConstruction is underway on a 300,000-sq.-ft. retail and commercial project in Newmarket by the Rice GroupConstruction 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 unitsBittele Electronics Inc., a manufacturer of printed circuit boards, will open a new 14,000-sq.-ft. assembly plant in Markham in JuneConstruction will start in April on a $43M, six-storey residential building in Windsor. It is expected to be completed by August 2020.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 technologiesConstruction on phase two of the $8.8M Riverdale Terrace expansion in Cornwall will begin in MayeSentire 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.Construction is almost complete on a new 6,000-sq.-ft. LCBO store in Kitchener scheduled to open this springStone 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 CanadaDozr Inc., an online rental marketplace, expects to hire about eight employees over the next few monthsSilicon 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 monthsLuxury brand Valentino S.p.A. opened a store at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping CentreChuck's Roadhouse Bar and Grill is hiring for a variety of positions in OrangevilleEccles Auto Service opened its third site in DundasCascades Inc. will shutter tissue paper machines in Whitby and Scarborough by August, affecting 68 employees. Some employees will transfer to other operations.Grand River Hospital in Kitchener is eliminating 60+ positions. Transfers and early retirements have reduced the number of layoffs to about eight employees.Dart Container Corporation, a styrofoam manufacturer, is closing its Campbellford manufacturing plant at the end of 2019 affecting 50 employeesKW 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 FebruaryFlying 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 AirportWet '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.
Majorel, formally Arvato, is looking to fill 70 positions at its customer service centre in WaterlooForty-five companies have opened offices or manufacturing facilities in the Bruce, Grey, and Huron Counties in anticipation of Bruce Power's Unit 6 Major Component Replacement Project, expected to begin January 2020The Waterloo Regional Police Service is intensifying efforts to recruit new officers and has about 22 new recruits on track to start filling 47 newly approved positionsThe City of Sarnia will hire about 100 students for the summer seasonCopper Branche Corp. plans to open five new quick-service restaurants in Ontario this yearMaple Leaf Foods Inc. and the Grand Erie District School Board were among twenty-five businesses at the Brant Employment Centre job fair looking to hire workers, along with summer students, in BrantfordRapid Dose Therapeutics Inc., a Burlington manufacturer of oral drug delivery strips, expect to hire an additional 10 to 15 employees by the summerThe Ontario Provincial Police have hired three new officers in Sioux LookoutSoda Stream Canada will open the company's first Canadian C02 refilling centre in Mississauga in MarchPrasa Infocom & Power Solution Pvt. Ltd, a data centre equipment provider and consultancy firm is opening an office in OttawaUnited Controls International, a contractor for Bruce Power's nuclear refurbishment project, opened a location in Owen SoundConseil scolaire Viamonde will build a new $17M French-language public high school in Kitchener expected to open in February 2020Redwood Properties began construction on two high-rise residential apartment buildings in Brampton expected to be ready for occupancy in 2022The Government of Canada has committed more than $10M to build and repair homes in Cat Lake First NationThe $16M expansion and renovation project at Kingston's Norman Rogers Airport will be completed by AprilNetwork Sewer and Watermain Ltd. is expected to begin construction on a $4.6M road project in Hamilton in early MarchVaultra Asset Management Inc. is building a 100,000-sq.-ft. self-storage facility in Ajax to be completed in the fall of 2019The Township of Wellesley awarded a $1.3M contract to Frey Building Contractors to build a new fire station in St. Clements to be completed this fallThe Government of Ontario is providing over $1.3M to support film production in North Bay and SudburyThe Government of Ontario is investing $495K in the Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport for phase eight of the airport's business park expansion projectShoppers Drug Mart launched an online nutrition counselling service delivered by registered dietitians across OntarioF45 Training studios will open in Milton and OakvilleOven 360 opened a third location in WindsorW.Q. Carpentry, a First Nations residential and commercial general contracting business, is expanding to Timmins and the surrounding areasNorth Inc., a designer of high-tech eyewear in Kitchener, laid off about 150 employeesThe Government of Ontario will close the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre in Toronto by June 30, affecting about 10 employeesMission Services of London will layoff about 12 staff at their Quintin Warner House facility this springThe Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth offices in Thunder Bay and Toronto will close in May when the Ontario Ombudsman assumes their dutiesSTK Thrift Store in Windsor will close in March after ten yearsKingston Health Sciences Centre facilities has recruited 20 physicians from a recruitment campaign between Queen's University and Southeastern Academic Medical Organization (SEAMO)
Netflix, Inc. plans to establish a dedicated production hub in Toronto, creating up to 1,850 jobs per yearGordon Food Service, a foodservice distribution company, is constructing a new 342,000-sq.-ft. warehouse in Ajax. The facility is scheduled to be operational by early 2020, creating 300 jobs.KF Aerospace will begin construction on a $30M expansion of its aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility at Hamilton International Airport, creating over 275 full-time jobs over the next four yearsKillarney Mountain Lodge and The Sportsman's Inn are looking to hire approximately 80 seasonal positions for the summer seasonConavi Medical Inc., a manufacturer of medical technologies, will receive over $3.9M from the Government of Canada to purchase advanced equipment and expand its facility in Toronto by 8,000-sq-ft. The company will create 61 skilled full-time jobs.Northern Commerce Inc., a web development and e-commerce firm, is hiring 25 employees in London and expects to add another 60 employees by the end of the yearConstruction is underway by Everlast Group Ltd., to convert the former Chatham YMCA building into a residence that will house 200 international students studying at St. Clair College. The first phase of the $9M project is expected to open in April.The Business Development Bank of Canada is investing $8M in Kanata-based advanced materials firm Equispheres Inc., to increase production of its metal powders for additive manufacturingBluebird Self Storage opened four outlets and plans to build another six locations in the Greater Toronto AreaPlayback, a 7,000-sq.-ft. indoor lawn sports bar and restaurant, opened in Ottawa in MarchKniaziew Optometry will open its fifth location in Blenheim in AprilGriffith Bros. Service Centre Ltd., an automotive and towing service, will open their second location in Sundridge in late MarchMeat the Butcher - Prime Cuts is opening a new location in Sault Ste. MarieMicro Focus, a software company, acquired Ottawa-based security and data analytics firm, Interset, with plans to grow the businessHamilton Health Sciences is looking to fill vacant operating room nurse positions at the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital in GrimsbyWroute Inc., a Kitchener-based transportation service provider, has laid-off seven employees since the beginning of 2019 due to slower growth in ridershipHudson's Bay Company will close all 37 Home Outfitters stores in Canada by the end of 2019, affecting close to 700 workersErwin Hymer Group North America, a manufacturer of recreational vehicles, closed its plants in Cambridge and Kitchener, affecting about 900 workersPayless ShoeSource Canada Inc., will close all of its 248 stores in Canada, affecting approximately 2,400 employees. In Ontario, the closure will impact 119 locations.
The Government of Canada and BlackBerry will jointly invest $350M at the QNX Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Centre in Kanata, creating 800 new jobs and maintaining additional 300 positionsThe Home Depot Canada is looking to hire more than 2,400 workers for the spring/summer season across its stores in OntarioHiring and training of 200 workers is currently underway at Gateway Casinos & Entertainment in Chatham. The facility is expected to open in July.PUC Distribution Inc. and Infrastructure Energy have partnered to build a $50M smart grid system in Sault Ste. Marie, creating 140 jobsThe Entrepreneurship Discovery and Growth Engine at Sheridan College in Mississauga will receive $1.5M from the Government of Canada to provide a broader range of support services, creating and maintaining about 70 jobs in the communityImtex Membranes Corp., plans to build a $15M plant in Sarnia, with construction starting on the demonstration site this summer. The company plans to hire 20 operators and technicians and add 30 more jobs as it expands to a full-sized processing facility.Blaze Pizza restaurant opened in Guelph, with just under 40 employeesKindly Beast, an interactive game developer, has acquired Ottawa-based Karman Interactive with plans to grow the businessDrone Delivery Canada will open a 16,000-sq.-ft. Commercial Operations Centre in Vaughan to host up to 25 drone operators. The facility is expected to be fully operational by third-quarter 2019.Construction is underway on The Well, a 3.1 million-sq.-ft. mixed-use development in downtown Toronto featuring 1,700 condominium and apartment units. Construction of the retail and office building is scheduled to be completed by fall 2021.The Government of Canada is investing $60M towards the construction of a 308-unit affordable housing project, Vision at Pat Bayly Square, in AjaxThe Government of Canada is investing $4.4M towards the construction of a 54-unit housing project, of which 50 will be affordable units, in LondonThe Government of Canada is investing over $2.9M towards the construction of 34 new affordable housing units at the Blossom Park in WoodstockThe Government of Canada is investing $1.1M towards the waterfront area improvements and a new business centre at Peninsula Manor in MarathonSolmar Development Corp. held a ground breaking ceremony at the site of the Edge Towers condominium project in MississaugaRoulston's Pharmacy plans to expand its current location in Port Dover, adding a new medical centre. Construction is scheduled to begin in spring and be completed in October.Construction is underway on the Rizzardo Health and Wellness Centre in Innisfil, with a partial opening planned for this springAs part of Parks Canada's national $3B infrastructure commitment, Point Pelee National Park in Leamington is undergoing upgrades that are expected to be completed by MarchThe Windsor Health Institute, a new collaborative research centre, is set to open this springAdastra Corp., a data management and analytics firm, opened an office in downtown TorontoPCL Construction opened an office in SudburyA FreshCo. grocery store opened in TorontoCathy Pacific Airways Ltd., announced it will close its cabin crew base in Toronto, potentially affecting about 120 employees
Employers in the City of Sault Ste. Marie are looking to fill nearly 300 jobs, about 250 of them with Algoma SteelNextBridge Infrastructure LP will construct the East-West Tie transmission project in northwestern Ontario, which will support employment for over 200 Indigenous workersThe City of Kingston is looking to fill over 185 positions as part of its summer student programDaisy Intelligence, an AI software developer in Concord, will receive up to $882K from the Government of Canada, creating up to 29 highly-skilled jobs in southern OntarioProNavigator, an AI software developer, plans to hire 10 employees by the end of 2019 in KitchenerCaisse populaire Alliance, a financial institution, will open a branch at the Nipissing Plaza in the Ferris area in March, employing about seven peopleThe Thames Valley District School Board will receive over $50M from the provincial government for retrofits and renovations at the Kettle Creek Public School in Port StanleyConstruction started on the $21.5M Sports Park facility at St. Clair College in Windsor, with an expected completion date of early 2020Kingston Health Sciences Centre received more than $7.2M in provincial government funding for infrastructure improvements, mainly at Kingston General Hospital and Hotel Dieu HospitalThe Lester B. Pearson Theatre in Brampton will undergo $2.6M in renovations beginning in February and expected to be completed this fallLakeridge Health will receive close to $2M from the Government of Ontario for repairs and upgrades at the Ajax-Pickering General HospitalThe Middlesex County will receive $1.5M from the provincial government over the next five years for a micro-transit program, connecting Woodstock to Dorchester and Dorchester to LondonThe City of Welland awarded a $1.4M contract to Bronte Construction for the construction and installation of a water booster station to be completed within eight monthsThe Town of Petawawa will receive almost $500K from the provincial government to improve transportation services in the areaCope Construction and Contracting was awarded a $472K contract to replace the Mollard Line culvert in South Huron. Construction is expected to be complete by the end of March.The District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board is planning to add 266 childcare spaces this yearPCL Construction with BEUMER Group will upgrade Toronto Pearson International Airport's baggage-handling operations. Construction on the first four work packages is scheduled for completion in 2021.Construction continues at the Village at University Gates, a long-term care community in Waterloo, with an expected completion date of late summer 2020Construction started on the proposed Georgian Landing Luxury Living site in Owen Sound. The six-storey, 39-unit apartment building is expected to be completed by the end of this year.Newstrike Brands Ltd., is completing an expansion of its 500,000-sq.-ft. cannabis production facility in Niagara RegionConstruction is underway on a 16,850-sq.-ft. medical and professional office building in Hamilton, slated for occupancy in the fallCannabis producer, AgMedica Bioscience Inc., is increasing production at its facility in Chatham and plans to hire more workersTrend Micro Canada Technologies Inc., an IT security firm, is expanding its Kanata office, with KRP Properties managing the renovation projectConstruction started on the Sudbury/Manitoulin branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association in downtown SudburyAutoPlanet Direct, an independent automotive retail dealership, will open a location in ClaringtonQueen St. Fare, Ottawa's first food hall, opened in the Sun Life Financial Centre with six local-based eateries and a cocktail barMagna Tyres Group, a manufacturer of off-road tires, will open a sales office in VaughanThe Thunder Bay and District Humane Society Veterinary Clinic opened in Thunder Bay46 North Brewing Company will open in March in Sudbury, featuring a 74 person capacity tasting roomThe Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa is cutting 45 jobs due to lack of collectable coin projects
The Government of Ontario will provide $27M towards a new liquefied natural gas plant in Nipigon, creating about 700 - 2,800 jobs in the regionThe Niagara Parks Commission is looking to fill about 350 seasonal positions across various departmentsDatto, Inc., an international cybersecurity firm, opened its Canadian headquarters in Markham with about 20 employeesNaranj restaurant opened in Waterloo with about 15 employeesEight new full-time firefighters started with Chatham-Kent Fire & Emergency ServicesThe Government of Ontario is investing up to $633M towards the construction of two new facilities at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in TorontoThe Mon Sheong Foundation held a ground-breaking ceremony for a new $80M long-term care home in Stouffville. The six-storey, 320-bed facility is expected to open by the end of 2022.Three hospitals in Waterloo Region will receive more than $4.6M from the provincial government for infrastructure upgradesThe Brant Community Healthcare System will receive just under $1.3M from the provincial government for repairs and upgrades at its facilities in Brantford and ParisFour Windsor organizations (YMCA, Riverside Minor Baseball, University of Windsor and Essex County Chinese Canadian Association) received over $1M in Government of Canada funding to improve accessibility and job opportunities for people with disabilitiesWestern University and its student body announced a joint investment of $800K to enhance mental-health programming and support, adding up to nine positions, some of which have already been in placeThe Municipality of Leamington will receive $606K from the provincial government over the next five years for an inter-community bus serviceA five-bed facility for mental health and addiction crises will open in April in Kenora, following a $450K investment from the provincial governmentStevecon Packaging & Logistics Ltd., plans to set up a wooden crate manufacturing facility in Owen Sound to support Bruce Power's refurbishment project and nuclear operations. At least 53 jobs will be created with local suppliers in the region.The Supreme Cannabis Company Inc., announced that its subsidiary, 7ACRES, will increase production at its facility in Kincardine. The construction is on track with expected completion in late March.Italdesign Group, an Italian brand of designer home furnishings, will open a 2,500-sq.-ft. showroom in TorontoThe former Genosha Hotel in Oshawa is being transformed into a residential building with construction expected to be completed by JulyOrangetheory Fitness plans to open three new locations in downtown Toronto in 2019Canadian breakfast chain, Sunset Grill Restaurants Ltd., will open a location in Windsor this springA MacEwen gas station opened in North BayMetro Inc., will close its grocery store at the University Plaza in Hamilton, affecting about 90 employeesTenaris Algoma Tubes Inc. laid off another 95 workers at its seamless pipe manufacturing facility in Sault Ste. Marie, bringing the total layoffs to 218 workers since June of last year
Niagara University, a private American faith-based institution, opened a 12,000-sq.-ft. campus in VaughanShopify Inc. is launching Shopify Studios, a TV and film content development and production house, which will be headquartered in TorontoMy Lauft Inc. opened a 2,400-sq.ft. flexible workspace in Newmarket the firm¿s first Canadian locationA strip mall in Carleton Place will welcome new tenants, including Buck & Bull Bar and Grill, a health and wellness clinic, a dance school and a fitness centreCaps Off Brewing Company is opening in St. Thomas in MarchSilver Line Group Inc. will hold a job fair to fill about 25 vacancies in various construction-related positions on February 9 in St. CatherinesFreshmart, a supermarket subsidiary of Loblaws Companies Ltd., will open in March in M'Chigeeng First Nation, creating about 8 full-time and 12 to 16 part-time positionsConstruction is underway on a seniors independent retirement residence in OshawaThe Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board is revamping their service delivery, which includes retrofits, new child and family care centres and additional child care and pre-school spacesThe YWCA Hamilton received $10.1M from the Government of Canada towards the construction of a $22.2M affordable-housing project expected to open in 2020The Government of Canada has invested $3.9M in a net-zero energy residential construction project in LondonThe McEwan Group opened a third grocery store in TorontoA Swiss Chalet will open in Elliot Lake in spring 2019, replacing the current restaurant, Jackleggers. The changeover will require an additional 15 staff.The Refinery, an all-inclusive gym facility, opened in Sault Ste. MarieThe North Bay Regional Health Centre is receiving over $500K in provincial funds for hospital infrastructure upgradesHouse of Commons Vintage Market will open in February in Peterborough, offering an art studio space in addition to the vintage marketAn Ashley Homestore furniture and home decor store opened in BarrieWe Rock the Spectrum Kids Gym, an indoor play space for children with autism and special needs, will open in Oakville in FebruarySioux Lookout Regional Airport received an additional $287,000 in funding to be used for a lounge, triage area, car rental service spaces, concession areas and a restaurant. This brings the funding for the renovation project to $15.6M.Catered Affairs, a catering company based in North Grenville, has moved into the Kemptville Campus Education and Community Hub cafeteria, creating 10 new jobsUnboxed Market, a zero-waste market store, will open in Toronto in FebruaryConstruction is underway on a three-storey retail and office building in Dundas with occupancy expected in late spring or early summerRestaurant chain Browns Socialhouse opened its second franchise in OttawaKGHM International Ltd., a mining company, cut a further 87 jobs at its Morrison Mine in the Levack community of Greater Sudbury, for a total of more than 120 jobsChildren¿s apparel retailer Gymboree Group, Inc. will close all 49 Canadian storesErwin Hymer Group North America Inc., a Cambridge-based manufacturer of motorhomes, laid off about 100 employees at three locations in Waterloo RegionBrose Canada Inc., an auto-parts manufacturer based in London, is reducing capacity affecting approximately 100 positionsThe Foodland grocery store will close in Beaverton at the end of March, resulting in 21 layoffs
Lowe's Canada is looking to hire about 2,650 full-time, part-time and seasonal staff at its stores in Ontario. The company will hold a National Hiring Day on February 23.The Ministry of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development announced $5M in funding to support automotive innovation at APAG Elektronik Corp. and Service Mold + Aerospace Inc. in Windsor, creating 160 jobsA $1M investment by the provincial government into Kenora's Downtown Revitalization Project for a plaza and infrastructure upgrades will create 75 new jobsRedfin Corp., an American real estate brokerage, is expanding into Canada and hiring in TorontoThe construction of townhomes at Walkerville Stones in Windsor is expected to begin this springThe Ontario Emerging Jobs Institute (OEJI) at the Nav Centre in Cornwall opened. The OEJI provides skills training in areas with worker shortages.The Chartwell Meadowbrook Retirement Residence in Lively broke ground on their expansion project, which includes 41 new suites and 14 town homesLambton College created an Information Technology and Communication Research Centre using a five-year, $2M grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. They hope to use part of the funding to employ students.SnapCab, a workspace pod manufacturer in Kingston, has grown from 20 to 25 employees with more hiring expected to occur in 2019Niagara Pallet & Recyclers Ltd., a manufacturer of pallets and shipping materials in Smithville, is hiring general labour workers, AZ and DZ drivers, production staff, forklift drivers and saw operatorsA1 Demolition will begin demolition of the former Maliboo Club in Simcoe. The plan is to rebuild the structure with residential and commercial space.MidiCi: The Neapolitan Pizza Co., Sweet Jesus, La Carnita and The Pie Commission will be among several restaurants opening in the 34,000-sq.-ft. Food District in Mississauga this springMenkes Developments Ltd., in partnership with TD Greystone Asset Management, will renovate the former Canada Permanent Trust Building in Toronto. Work on the 270,000-sq.-ft. space is expected to take between 12 and 18 months.Westmount Signs & Printing in Waterloo is hiring experienced installers after doubling the size of its workforce to 24 employees in the last year and a halfMicrobrewery, Heral Haus Brewing Co. opened in Stratford at the end of DecemberDemolition is expected to start this month on Windsor's old City Hall and is expected to be complete by AugustUrban Planet, a clothing store, will open as early as February 2019 at the Cornwall Square mall in CornwallThe federal government committed $3.5M towards the construction of a new art gallery in Thunder Bay, bringing total government funding for the project to $27.5MThe Rec Room, a 44,000-sq.-ft. entertainment complex by Cineplex Entertainment LP, is scheduled to open in Mississauga in MarchYang Teashop opened a second location in Toronto with plans to open two more locations in the Greater Toronto AreaSpacecraft Brewery opened in SudburyThe Town of Lakeshore will be accepting applications for 11 summer student positions until March 1Virtual reality arcade Cntrl V opened in LindsayA new restaurant, Presqu'ile Café and Burger, opened in BrightonBeauty brand Morphe LLC opened a store in MississaugaFootwear retailer Brown Shoe Company of Canada Ltd. Inc. will open an outlet store in Halton Hills in AprilThe Westdale Theatre in Hamilton is scheduled to reopen in FebruaryEarly ON/Family Grouping will open a child care centre in MonktonThe De Novo addiction treatment centre opened in HuntsvilleFrench Revolution Bakery & Crêperie opened in DundasA Williams Fresh Cafe is slated to open in Stoney Creek, one of three new locations opening this year in southwestern OntarioMonigram Coffee Midtown cafe will open in Kitchener this winterMy Roti Place opened a fourth restaurant in TorontoA Gangster Cheese restaurant opened in WhitbyA Copper Branch restaurant opened in MississaugaHallmark Canada will exit about 20 company-owned stores across Canada in 2019 by either transitioning them to independent ownership or closing them. The loacations of the affected stores have not been identified.Lush Cosmetics at the Intercity Shopping Centre in Thunder Bay will close at the end of January
Algoma Steel Inc., received $150M in combined funding from the federal and provincial governments to help create and maintain over 3000 jobs in Sault Ste. Marie and help the plant improve technologies and productivityMuir Tapes & Adhesives Ltd. opened a 40,000-sq.-ft. facility in OakvilleSioux-Hudson Employment Services has nearly 250 job postings for employment opportunities in Sioux Lookout. The majority of positions are in social services, education, health care and services.Igloo Food Equipment Co., a supplier of restaurant equipment and small wares, opened a 20,000-sq.-ft. location in ScarboroughConstruction began on Urban Legend Development Ltd.'s Blackstone Condominium development in Waterloo and is scheduled to be completed in 2021Construction began on an extension of Toronto¿s underground PATH walking network scheduled to be completed in April 2020Construction is underway on Cineplex Inc.¿s Whitby Playdium, a 36,000-sq.-ft. entertainment complex scheduled to be completed in late summer 2019Innio, a manufacturer of gas engines, is hiring in WellandThe City of Woodstock is now accepting summer job applications until January 20. They expect to hire around 100 seasonal employees for the summer season.Emshih Developments Inc. held a ground-breaking ceremony at the site of Jacob Retirement Community in Lincoln. Construction began in October 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2020.Pilteq Inc., a manufacturer of acoustic equipment, opened an expanded facility in Vaughan, creating 62 skilled jobsBone and Biscuit Co., a B.C.-based pet foods and accessories retailer, opened its first store in Ontario in HamiltonBronte Construction secured a $26.3M contract from the Government of Canada to restore the Port Dalhousie Piers in St. Catharines. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2019 and be completed by March 2021.Gincor Trailer Werks, a manufacturer of custom trailers, hired 30 new positions in 2019 at their facility in Chatham-Kent. They expect to hire more in 2019.The City of Ottawa started Phase 2 of the $36M Elgin Street renewal project which includes infrastructure upgrades and watermain reconstruction. Most of the construction phase will be in 2019 and final work will be completed by fall 2020.Western University announced The Art of Tech Internship that will provide non-STEM students with full-time, paid internships in London's technology and digital creative sectorFashion retailer Uniqlo will open two new stores in Oshawa and Newmarket this springAveiro Constructors Ltd. was awarded a $1.9M contract for improvements to the Wallaceburn Memorial Arena in Chatham-KentLandform Civil Infrastructures Inc. secured a $5.3M contract to improve the Lord Selkirk Bridge in Chatham-Kent. Construction is expected to start in early 2019 and be complete by September 2019.An Indigo bookstore opened in CambridgeAppleflats Foods Inc., a manufacturer of crab apple products, relocated to an expanded 20,000-sq.-ft. facility and retail store in the Township of Perth EastMold Hotrunner Solutions Inc., a manufacturer of injection moulding systems in Halton Hills, expects to increase production and expand its workforce in the areas of assembly, machining, engineering and designPorter Airlines will open a maintenance base at Thunder Bay's International Airport in February, creating 18 full-time maintenance-related jobsStructube Ltee., a Canadian furniture retailer, opened a new location in WindsorStackt, a marketplace constructed out of shipping containers, is scheduled to open in Toronto in spring 2019 and will feature about 30 businessesA HomeSense store will open in Orillia this springLawyers & Lattes Legal Café opened in TorontoFusion Authentic Indian Cuisine restaurant opened in GuelphLion¿s Den Yoga Studio opened in OrangevilleChatime teahouse opened in WindsorThe Hive eatery, spa and retail store opened in CollingwoodRPM Distribution, a distributor of vinyl recordings to independent music retailers, closed in ConcordKGHM International Ltd., a mining company is cutting 22 jobs at its Morrison Mine in the Levack community of Greater Sudbury due to low mineral prices Workers are subject to recall.Fashion retailers Hugo Boss Canada Inc. and J. Crew Group, Inc. will each close a store in Toronto in January. Hugo Boss will re-open its store in the Yorkdale shopping centre.Waterville TG Inc., a weather-stripping and sealing product manufacturer in Petrolia, laid off ten employees in December 2018 as a result of the Oshawa GM plant closureThe ServiceOntario office in Georgetown will close effective February 15Grey County will host a job fair at the Bayshore Community Centre on February 21 to help local employers find qualified workersWal-Mart Canada Corp. will close its store at the Cedarbrae Mall in Scarborough at the end of January. Employees are being offered comparable positions within the company.Oshki Wenjack Education Institute will offer apprenticeship training to 49 Nichnawbe Aski Nation communities. Training includes welding, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, mechanical and millwrighting.York Regional Police will hold recruitment sessions on February 5 and March 6 in East GwillimburyCafé My House, a vegan restaurant in Ottawa, will close on January 26. The owner is opening a new vegan restaurant named Alice at the end of April.
Ford Motor Co. plans to expand in Ottawa by adding 40,000-sq.-ft of office space and creating up to 300 engineering jobs in 2020The Government of Ontario is investing $2.3M in four local mining supply and service companies in North Bay, creating over 45 jobsUBER Advanced Technologies Group will double its AI research team to 100 in 2019. The office will relocate to the Bathurst College Centre in Toronto currently under construction by RioCan.Cardinal Health Canada Inc., a manufacturer of medical devices, hired 130 employees, and Big River Technologies Inc., a software company, hired another 30 employees in 2018 in GananoqueThe Ottawa Police Service is looking to recruit about 30 new officers annually with the possibility of adding up to 300 officers over the next five yearsLeonovus Inc., a developer of software-based storage solutions, hired nearly 30 employees in 2018 in OttawaSolink Corp., an Ottawa-based developer of surveillance technology, nearly doubled the size of its workforce to about 60 employees in 2018 and expects to reach 100 employees by the end of 2019Laminacorr Industries Inc., a manufacturer of corrugated plastic products, increased its workforce by 30 per cent and now employs 60 workers at its facility in CornwallPizza Hut will open a new location in Port Elgin in February, employing over 10 peopleThe Government of Ontario is investing $5.6M in five film and television productions in the North Bay areaMeat the Alternative, a new meat and cheese food business, opened in Thunder Bay and plans to expand their business in 2019Graham Construction will build a 19-unit townhouse development in Owen Sound. Construction will begin in the spring and is expected to be complete by fall 2019.Beaver Brae Secondary School in Kenora will begin its $6M renovations in February 2019The Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre will host the 2019 Regional Job Fair in Owen Sound on February 21. Organizers hope to have about 100 employers from across the region.
Amazon Canada opened their new Toronto office in December, creating about 600 high-tech engineering jobsInfo-Tech Research Group, a research and advisory firm opened a new 70,000-sq.-ft. headquarters in downtown London and plans to hire about 140 additional staffFleetCarma, a company specializing in electric vehicle telematics, is looking to hire about 100 workers at its new Kitchener locationBHS Greenhouses Ltd. will construct a 250,000-sq.-ft. medical cannabis facility at the Judd Industrial Park in Norfolk County. It is expected to create 100 jobs.Manufacturers in the North Simcoe area are experiencing a shortage of skilled trades workers and are expecting to fill 60 to 70 positions in 2019, including electricians, millwrights and tool and die makersMartello Technologies Group Inc., an information technology service management company based in Ottawa, tripled its workforce in 2018 to more than 100 employeesMindBridge Analytics Inc., an Ottawa-area developer of artificial intelligence software for auditors, doubled its workforce in 2018 to more than 60 employeesFedDev Ontario is investing $1.2M in McMaster University to expand its start-up incubator, The Forge, to support more companies and create up to 75 new jobsThe Government of Ontario hired 53 new correctional officers for deployment into 15 adult correctional facilities across the provinceNuclear Promise X Innovation launched their new headquarters in Kincardine in December, employing 10 staff members with plans to expand in the futureThe Waterloo Regional Police Service welcomed 10 new officers to its force in DecemberSault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre received $713,590 from the Province of Ontario to establish a team to make Algoma Steel more globally competitive, creating nine jobsThe City of Toronto is accepting summer job applications for camps, aquatic programs and various recreation programs until early February 2019Nurse Next Door home care services opened in Cornwall employing about ten workersEllisDon Corporation was awarded a $239M construction contract for the Rutherford GO station in Vaughan. Construction will start this spring and be complete by 2023.North American Palladium Ltd. contracted Redpath Canada Limited for its underground expansion of the Lac des Iles Mine northwest of Thunder BayBaxter Canada, a medical product manufacturer, will invest an additional $19M on upgrades on their facility in Alliston over the next two yearsMinto Communities Canada started construction on 53 single-family homes in Etobicoke and is expected to be complete in spring 2019Construction started on a six-storey Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Aurora and is expected to open early 2020.Construction started on Seasons Retirement Communities' new retirement residence in St. Catharines and is expected to be completed in 2020Construction is underway on Storehouse 408, a new wedding and event venue in Cambridge. It is expected to open May 2019.The David Busby Centre, a shelter in Barrie, will receive $200K from Barrie City Council to open its new facility on Mulcaster StreetThe new 54,000-sq.-ft. Bernie Morelli Recreation Centre opened in central Hamilton in DecemberMatawa Education and Care Centre for Indigenous youth opened in Thunder BayThe PARO Centre for Women's Enterprise received Government of Ontario funding to launch its regional loan and grant program, which aims to spur economic growth and new businessesCambrian College in Sudbury in launching their new mechatronics programJapanese-style retailer, Oomomo, opened a location on Don Mills Road in Toronto with a Markham store set to open in spring 2019Toys "R" Us Canada opened a Toybox store in Guelph's Stone Road Mall in NovemberA newly expanded LCBO store opened in BancroftThe Sweet Oven Inc., a Barrie-based bakery, will open two new locations, one in Orillia and one in Toronto, in early 2019JAM Cereal opened in OttawaThe Pickled Pig deli opened in Smiths FallsRiverside Physical Therapy opened in Chatham in December offering physical, occupational, speech, and chiropractic therapyForest Cove Farm & Country Market opened near Deep River in Renfrew CountyThe Toronto Catholic District School Board will layoff 95 part-time student workersNylene Canada Inc. will shutter fibre production at its manufacturing facility in Arnprior, resulting in 17 job losses. The company will continue to manufacture specialty polymers at the site.Avaya Canada Corp. will close its telecommunications research and development facility in Belleville by mid-2019, resulting in 16 layoffsPusateri's Fine Foods closed their Oakville location at the end of December. Affected employees will have the opportunity to relocate to other Pusateri locations.Lbs., a Toronto seafood restaurant, will close at the end of December after two years in businessToronto's Bathurst Bowlerama closed in December after 56 years in businessBennett¿s Bait & Tackle hunting and fishing store closed in Smiths Falls after 34 years in operationThe University of Guelph received a $7M donation for their Centre for Business and Student Enterprise, which will help fund two new academic chairs, as well as provide start-up funds for students and alumniGeneral Motors of Canada Ltd. identified 300 openings for auto technicians at GM dealerships and 100 jobs at other GM facilities in Ontario for its affected employees in Oshawa
Kanetix Ltd., a digital acquisition platform, acquired the Welland site where Convergys Corporation announced its closure in October, and is planning to hire 100 employeesL3 Technologies MAS Inc. received a five-year contract extension from the Government of Canada for the maintenance of CC-150 Polaris aircraft at CFB Trenton, securing over 100 aircraft maintenance jobsThe Government of Canada will invest $450K in 10 projects in Cornwall, creating more than 100 jobsHome Hardware is hiring 40 material handlers for its distribution centre in St. JacobsRBB Innovations Ltd. will receive $588,000 from the Government of Canada to develop its One Human Service Network platform to new markets, creating 23 new jobs in Sault Ste. MarieRolling Pictures, a post-production company, will setup a permanent location in downtown Sault Ste. Marie. Currently employing 100 people, they expect to create 20 new jobs within 5 years.Lallemand Inc., a manufacturer of food yeasts and bacteria, is opening a new 128,000-sq.-ft. production facility in Cornwall. The company expects to begin hiring in the new year and start production by the spring of 2019.Burgers Plus, a local family restaurant in Espanola, opened in November creating 12 new jobs with the potential for eight more positionsIridance Image Systems Inc., a digital sign business, opened in Ottawa with 10 employeesConstruction is underway on a $10M renovation project at Elmvale District High School in ElmvaleThe Laframboise Group, a provider of multi-trade fabrication and construction maintenance, invested over $20M to consolidate operations at a new site in CornwallLoyalist Township will invest $503K to upgrade the County Rd 6 roads garage in 2019 to accommodate more staffThe Municipality of Wawa received $723,500 in Government of Canada funding to implement projects to increase local tourism and foster business opportunitiesBurks Falls received $144,000 in Government of Ontario funding for two projects relating to all-season tourism and an agri-food businessJoseph Brant Hospital in Burlington completed a major redevelopment including a new seven-storey patient tower and new emergency departmentOakville Place will be adding several new food offerings including Kernels Popcorn, Yogen Fruz and Pitalite, in the coming monthsIntersection improvements at Yonge and County Road 4 in Bradford are expected to begin in 2019 while the first phase of road construction is expected to begin in 2021Five restaurants opened new locations in Toronto: Bar Buca, Cantina Mercatto, Coffee Oysters Champagne, Donna's and NerudaThe Town of Newmarket will install a new public art installation known as Newmarket's Community Living Room. It is expected to be complete in summer 2019.MINISO, a Japanese lifestyle brand and Chinese variety retailer, will open a location in Oakville Place in early 2019Italian luxury clothing brand, Ermenegildo Zegna, opened a standalone store on Bloor Street West in TorontoAssured Automotive opened a location in HawkesburySuper Natural Vegan Cuisine, a plant-based restaurant, opened in LindsayFurnace Room Brewery opened in Georgetown in DecemberPinetree Catering opened a new café, called Nomad, at the Thunder Bay International AirportGeriatric clinics opened in Goderich, Clinton and Wingham hospitals in Huron CountyF45 Training, a fitness club, will open in Kitchener's Catalyst137 Building in early JanuaryRicter Web Printing Ltd., in Brantford, shut down their newspaper printing operation in DecemberHigher Limits, a medical cannabis lounge in downtown Windsor will close at the end of DecemberThe Queensway Rotisserie and Grill in Etobicoke permanently closed in December after 37 years in businessThe Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce will close its Brechin branch in Ramara Township by August 2019Holmes Appliances and Music Shop in Shelburne will close at the end of DecemberHiawatha Highlands opened their new cross-country Ski Terrain Park in December in Sault Ste. Marie
Keg Restaurants Ltd. reopened its Upper James location in Hamilton after an $8M expansion project, hiring 85 new employeesLakehead University opened their new Centre for Advanced Studies in Engineering and Sciences, which created 67 jobsThe Government of Canada announced additional funding of up to $5.5M for the Accelerator Centre through FedDev Ontario, to help over 125 start-ups and create 400 more jobs in the Waterloo regionWalmart Canada Corp. is looking to hire 30 full-time overnight associates at its distribution hub in CornwallFramatome Canada Ltd. was awarded a $19M contract from Bruce Power for refurbishment work. Framatome opened their expanded office building in Kincardine and expects to increase their workforce over the next several years.Danby Appliances will open a new facility in Cobourg to assemble "smart mailboxes" in 2019, creating 10 new jobsLondon's National Research Council unveiled its new $5M Manufacturing and Automotive Innovation Lab, and added seven new research positionsAlgoma Steel Inc. will invest $300M to expand capacity and grade capability and hire new workers at their plant in Sault Ste. MarieOttawa brewery Kichesippi Beer Co. is hiring after announcing plans to relocate to an expanded location and open a taproom in spring 2019Atomic Cartoons Inc., a Vancouver-based animation studio, opened an office in Ottawa and is hiringThe Town of Orangeville is experiencing a shortage of lifeguards and swimming instructors and is implementing new recruitment and training strategies to attract new employeesThe Algoma District School Board will spend up to $45M on capital projects to build and improve schools in the Algoma District in 2019Gateway Casinos and Entertainment Limited plans to open a new casino in North Bay in the spring of 2020. The 37,000-sq.-ft. facility will cost $31.3M to become operational.The City of Hamilton will spend $15M to resurface the Red Hill Valley Parkway the summer of 2019Construction began for a new facility for the Huron Central Ontario Provincial Police in Clinton on November 30. The $20M detachment is expected to be complete late 2020.Melloul-Blamey Construction Inc. has been awarded a $9.4M construction contract for Brant County's new 22,434-sq.-ft. Ontario Provincial Police detachmentBronte Construction secured a $5M+ contract from the Federal Bridge Corp. Ltd. for the demolition of the North Channel Bridge in-water piers between the City of Cornwall and Cornwall Island with completion expected in 2020Three economic development projects in Parry Sound-Muskoka received a total of $187,000 in funding from the Government of OntarioTretan Inc., a logistics company, is expected to start construction on a new 9,677-sq.-ft. facility in the Township of Mono near Orangeville this springConstruction is underway on two new housing subdivisions in Picton in Prince Edward CountyMiltex Solutions Canada, a manufacturer of military textiles and mechanical devices, officially opened its new facility in TrentonT&T Supermarket Co., an Asian food grocery chain, opened a location in WaterlooTJX Companies, Inc. opened a Marshalls fashion retail store in BradfordTwo new restaurants, La Carnita and Sweet Jesus, will open at Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga in spring 2019Firehouse Subs, a sub sandwich shop, opened in BramptonThali restaurant opened in OttawaLindt Chocolate Shop opened a flagship store at the Yorkdale Shopping Centre in TorontoConstruction is set to begin on one of two new walk-in clinics in Barrie that will prescribe both medical cannabis and conventional medicineBaskin Robbins opened its 100th Canadian location in Hamilton's CF Lime Ridge MallBad Axe Throwing opened in WindsorA new medical clinic, Georgian Bay Integrative Medicine, opened in Collingwood on November 30HOERBIGER Fine Stamping Inc. will close its motor vehicle metal stamping manufacturing plant in Waterloo in 2019, affecting about 200 employeesCrabtree & Evelyn, a beauty and home products retailer, filed for bankruptcy, resulting in the closure of their 11 stores in OntarioMartinrea International Inc. announced it would close its plant in Ajax in 2020 as the location supplies the GM Oshawa Assembly Plant, affecting about 77 workersNorpak Custom Packaging, a subsidized packaging business that employed workers with intellectual disabilities, closed at the end of NovemberPlaybox Children Centre daycare in Georgetown closedGoodlife Fitness will close its downtown Kitchener location at Market Square on December 31Wong's Palace will close after 41 years in business in Ottawa
Bruce Power Limited Partnership will create 2000 skilled trade jobs by January 2020 as the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement project begins. The project value is over $2B and is expected to last 46 months.Excavation started for the $1.2B Toronto Port Lands flood protection project, creating an estimated 1,500 jobs during the cleanup and development phasesAccenture, a consulting firm, opened an innovation hub in Toronto with 300 workers, and plans to add 800 technology jobs across Canada by 2020The National Capital Commission approved the construction of a soundstage campus and creative hub in Ottawa that is expected to create approximately 500 jobs in TV, film and animation industriesKirkland Lake Gold Ltd. is building the necessary infrastructure for the $350M expansion of the Macassa Mine in Kirkland Lake that should be completed by 2023 and create 450 jobsSNC-Lavalin and Eclipse Automation Inc. secured a $33M production tooling contract to support Bruce Power's fuel channel and feeder replacement project. Manufacturing will take place in Mississauga and will be completed by September 2019.FedDev Ontairo invested $2.3M in the Bioenterprise Corporation, an agri-tech accelerator, funding up to 52 start-up companies in the agri-tech sector, supporting over 160 businesses and creating up to 290 jobs in southern OntarioPark View Homes will begin development on the first phase of the Bellamy Farms housing subdivision and proceed with renovations to the Hotel Rideau in Smiths Falls with a total construction value of $21.5MFollowing two years of renovations and an $8.5M investment, Owen Sound's city hall officially opened in NovemberThe City of Windsor is accepting applications for the 2019 Summer Student Lottery Program until January 11, approximately 125 to 150 jobs are availableDymech Engineering Inc. secured two contracts with a total value of $11.8M from the Government of Canada to construct an indoor live-fire training range at CFB Kingston to be completed in fall 2019The provincial government will provide $5.7M in funding to build and maintain 3000 kilometres of temporary winter roads in Northern Ontario for First Nation communitiesThe City of Hamilton 2019 Summer Student Recruitment is accepting applications until January 25Radical Medical and Gage Recreational Cannabis hopes to create 100 cannabis production jobs in Hamilton by end of 2019The Government of Ontario will spend $8.5M on infrastructure upgrades to the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Grimsby beginning in DecemberCanada Royal Milk, a subsidiary of Feihe International Inc., is looking to fill approximately 100 positions in Kingston by the end of March. The $225M infant formula manufacturing plant is scheduled to begin production in late 2019.Georgian Bay Biomed expects to hire 80 people once the construction of its 120,000-sq.-ft. facility in Collingwood is complete in early 2019A Country Inn & Suites by Radisson opened in BellevilleThe food court at Toronto's Union Station opened with ten food vendorsSt. Lawrence College held a grand-opening ceremony for the new Student Life and Innovation Centre and the Centre for Behavioural Studies in Kingston, part of a $42M expansion and renewal projectHart Stores Inc. will open a new department store in Stratford in December. Hart will initially hire up to 40 people to assist with the opening and holiday season and retain 15 people for permanent and part-time positions.Starlight Casino Point Edward officially reopened in November following a $26M renovationTJX Companies, Inc. will open a new HomeSense store at The Boardwalk in Kitchener in May 2019Three new restaurants, Copper Branch, Starbucks and Edo Japan, will open at Heartland Town Centre in MississaugaHEXO Corp., a Quebec-based producer and distributer of cannabis products, is recruiting for various positions in BellevilleThe Brick Ltd. opened a new Commercial Design Centre in BurlingtonThe County of Simcoe opened a new $4.2M Paramedic Services Centre in CollingwoodBlyth Academy, a private experiential learning high school, opened in EtobicokeMr. Lube opened a new location in Stoney CreekSouthern Crispy Chicken restaurant opened in Mount Forest in OctoberTwo new doctors will open family practices in early 2019 in North PerthNipissing First Nation in North Bay received $1M from the provincial government to construct a new 10,000-sq.-ft. office building in the Bineshii Business Park, creating ten full time jobsHard Hat Hunter in North Bay, a social networking site for tradespeople, is looking to expand in 2019 and hopes to hire 10 new staffSix Nations Polytechnic in Brantford will receive $732K from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to hire and train eight Cayuga language speakers to run an adult language immersion program over the next three yearsBare Axe Throwing Bar and Lounge opened a location in CollingwoodThunder Bay's first overdose prevention site opened at the NorWest Community Health CentreCommunity Counselling Centre of Nipissing opened a Nipissing-Temiskaming Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic in NovemberAppleflats Foods Inc. opened a new retail facility in ShakespeareSomerville Family Pharmacy opened in KemptvilleGeneral Motors of Canada Company will close their Oshawa plant in 2019 resulting in 2,500 layoffsMaple Leaf Foods Inc., will close its Toronto, Brampton and St. Mary's facilities by 2022, and consolidate its operations at a new $660M facility in London by 2025. The new facility will create 1,450 jobs and lead to a net reduction of about 300 jobs.Tenaris Algoma Tubes Inc. is reducing production levels by 25 percent at its seamless pipe manufacturing facility in Sault Ste. Marie and will temporarily layoff 90 union employees effective December 15The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce will close branches in Longlac and in Terrace Bay in 2019, affecting eight employeesThe Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce will close their branch in Matheson in July 2019MēNa restaurant will close on December 23 in OttawaStompin Grounds Barn and Nightlife bar closed in Orangeville
A $230M investment into the Next Generation Manufacturing Supercluster by the federal government, matched by the private sector, is projected to create more than 13,500 jobs over the next 10 yearsConstruction on the new $200M United Parcel Service (UPS) facility began in Caledon, with expected completion in late 2020Panattoni Development Company, Inc. is building a large manufacturing facility for Adidas Canada in Brant County and plans to construct a large warehouse building, alongside 6 smaller buildings in Hamilton over the next 15 monthsGreen Relief is undergoing a $70M expansion in Hamilton and will create 100 full-time jobs by 2019Coulson's Cannabis will host a job fair on December 16 at The Plex in Saugeen Shores. The company hopes to fill about 100 positions at its new cannabis extraction facility in 2019.SilverCreek Group and Doornekamp Construction Ltd. received approval from the Town of Greater Napanee to begin construction on the Gibbard District condominium project in 2019Collegiate Avenue Public School in Stoney Creek will undergo a $10.4M upgrade and expansion project commencing June 2019Brick Brewing Co. Ltd. will spend $9.6M to expand their Waterloo Brewing brewery and retail storeRetailers Marshalls and Urban Planet will open locations at the Intercity Shopping Centre in Thunder BayA new community centre and an affordable housing complex for seniors is under construction in Toronto, with expected completion in spring 2020Restaurant chain Ruth's Chris Steak House opened a location in MarkhamVehikl, a software developer, is expanding into London and plans to grow its current workforce from nine to thirty-five employeesGiant Tiger Stores Ltd. opened a new 20,000-sq.ft. store in OttawaShasta Ventures is investing $10M in Isara Corp., a software development startup in Waterloo. Isara Corp. will develop new products and expects to hire 20 new employees.The University of Guelph received $4.7M in funding from the federal government for various research projectsAir Bravo Corporation and Executive Aviation have jointly purchased and renovated a hangar at the Greater Sudbury AirportConstruction is underway on a 5,000-sq.-ft. expansion of the Petawawa Centennial Family Health Centre scheduled to be completed in spring 2019Osmow's, a Mediterranean restaurant, opened a new location in BradfordBonfire Interactive Ltd. is expanding their Kitchener office by 8,000-sq.-ft. and will hire additional employees to fill the spaceNorth American Nickel Inc. has contracted Forage M3 Drilling Services Inc. and Crone Geophysics and Exploration Ltd. to undertake a 1,000-metre exploration and drill program at its Post Creek property in SudburyMotitech AS, a Norwegian company employing technology to help seniors stay active, will open an office in Ottawa and expects to create up to 15 jobs over two yearsConstruction is underway in Alliston on a $2.2M reconstruction of King Street, to be completed next yearC.H. Demill Holdings Inc. will expand the Melrose Quarry in Tyendinaga Township by 63-acresYouthLink, a facility for homeless youth, will open in Scarborough in February 2019Healthy Babies, Happy Families Clinic, a mid-wife clinic, opened in CollingwoodDavid's Bridal will open their 12th Canadian store in Vaughan at the end of DecemberTwo technology companies in Sault Ste. Marie, Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited and Insightworks Learning and Development, received $645,000 in provincial funding for software developmentPudgyboy's Diner opened in OttawaNestlé Waters Canada laid off an unknown number of workers from their Guelph plant due to cost increasesTorstar Corporation eliminated 13 jobs in its StarMetro department in Toronto
Ranovus Inc., an innovative technology manufacturer, will invest $50M, with the help from Government of Canada, in the construction of a new manufacturing facility in Ottawa, creating approximately 566 jobsNorth Inc., a Waterloo based technology company, will receive a $24M repayable contribution from the federal government and will create 230 new jobs in KitchenerThe Toronto Police Service plans to add 175 officers by the end of this yearA McDonald's opened in Scarborough, employing 150 staffMuskoka Grown Ltd., a cannabis producer, secured a $10M investment towards a new processing facility and retail shop, opening in May 2019. The expansion will result in 100 new jobs.IN8 Development began work on a $100M, 33-storey condominium building in Kitchener and expects to conclude construction in the summer of 2021IN8 Developments is expected to begin construction on the Sage Prestige, a 10-storey condominium development in Kingston, in 2019Canadian Shield Health Care Services Inc., in partnership with Canadore College, will create 60 new personal support worker and nursing jobs in North Bay through the Village project in May 2019Construction began on Coca-Cola Canada's Minute Maid manufacturing facility in Peterborough, with expected completion in spring 2020The federal government will spend $88.6M to build and repair police stations in First Nation and Inuit communities over seven yearsA $35M Westport modernization project at the port of Hamilton will receive $17.7M in federal government funding and has an estimated completion date as the end of 2020Algonquin Nursing Home in Mattawa is undergoing a $20M redevelopment and should open in mid-JanuaryCactus Club Café, a restaurant chain, opened its second Ontario location at CF Sherway Gardens in EtobicokeA $25M expansion of the Ottawa International Airport terminal is scheduled to begin in spring 2019, part of a five-year $45M transformation projectReconstruction work valued at $13.4M is underway on the Kingston Mills locks and is scheduled to be completed by spring 2021Construction began on a $13M Nipissing University Student Centre in North Bay and should be completed by 2020Sandy Lake First Nation received $9.2M from the federal government to upgrade and expand its existing water treatment plant, with construction expected to begin in December 2019T&T Supermarket, an Asian grocery store, will open in Waterloo in DecemberA Home Hardware location is currently under construction in Haliburton and will open in April 2019Construction valued at $7.2M connecting Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation to the City of Kenora's water system is expected to start in January and finish next fallHuron Central Railway, operating between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, received $980,000 from the Government of Ontario to support operations and infrastructure needsArmour Alloys Stainless & Aluminum in Cambridge is looking to expand their facility and hire up to 20 new employees in the next few yearsFirehouse Subs, Pita Pit, and Starbucks will open locations in the Zehrs plaza in Owen Sound in early 2019B13 Baker's Dozen, an art and retail gallery, has opened at London's Lilley's Corners and will include tenants such as Odyssey Records, and Dundas & Sons Brewing CompanyO'Farrell Financial Services Inc. opened a new office in RenfrewCaisse Populaire Alliance, a financial institution, will open a branch in Nipissing this springHoshizaki House, a crisis shelter for women and children in Dryden, opened their new 8,000-sq.-ft. facilityBoreal Family Medicine clinic opened in September in Sudbury, employing 4 peoplePauline's Palace, a social services organization in Sault Ste. Marie, received $75,000 through the Ontario Trillium Foundation and hired 2 new employeesNestlé Canada Inc. will close their Purina PetCare Company, a pet food manufacturer in Mississauga, in 2019 as operations are moved to the U.S., affecting 87 employeesThe Waterloo Hotel in uptown Waterloo closed
Construction began on the new Agincourt and Milliken GO Stations in Scarborough. The Agincourt Station is expected to be complete in 2020 while the Milliken Station will be done in 2021.University of Guelph received $2.13M from a technology start up Left, and research group Mitacs, to work on developing improved mobile networks in remote communities, supporting up to 120 graduate student internships over five yearsStarlim North America Corporation, a silicone products manufacturer in London, completed its expansion and plans to hire up to 120 workers over the next five yearsWal-Mart Canada Corp. is looking to fill 100 positions at the Cornwall Distribution HubDecast Ltd., a manufacturer of infrastructure precast products, is expanding and will create 70 new jobs in Essa Township. Facility expansion will take place from November until mid-2019.Underground servicing work began for a 79-unit townhouse development in MarkdaleOttawa Student Transportation Authority has 52 vacancies for school bus drivers in the Ottawa areaConstruction began on the new $12M North York Women's Shelter, with expected completion in summer 2019UL CLEB, a company offering building science and building envelope testing services, opened a new facility in TorontoT&T Supermarket, an Asian grocery store, opened in AuroraThe LCBO opened a new location in Kitchener's Pioneer Park Plaza and will employ 11 full-time and part-time staffThe LCBO opened a new location in TottenhamA Boston Pizza restaurant is expected to open in the Settlers Ridge Centre in Smiths Falls by mid-2019Five projects in North Bay received a total of $768,000 in government funding, creating 16 full time jobsScutiX, a mobile data centre solution provider, will establish a Canadian head office in Stratford's Wright Business Park in 2019The Village, a 38,000-sq.-ft. holistic teaching facility, opened at Canadore College in North BayAxe & Arrow Gastropub is set to open in Smiths FallsMatt & Nat, an accessory fashion brand, opened two new standalone stores in Toronto at CF Sherway Gardens and Square One Shopping CentreUPS Canada Ltd. opened a new 40,000-sq.-ft. facility in OttawaGreenLeaf Productions, Inc., is opening a 12,000-sq.-ft. cannabidiol (CBD) extraction facility in St. ThomasSleep Country Canada Holdings Inc. has opened a store in BradfordNorth Wellington Co-Op opened their new fertilizer facility which includes a chemical warehouseBrantford West Medical Centre Walk-In Clinic has opened a second location, the Grey Gretzky Medical Centre, in BrantfordRen's Pets, a Canadian-owned pet store chain, has opened a location in BarrieThe Angus Health Centre has opened in Alliston, with a pharmacy scheduled to open in early 2019Bombardier Inc. will eliminate 500 jobs in Ontario, 2,500 in Quebec, and another 2,000 from operations outside CanadaLowe's Companies Inc. will close 31 of its Lowe's and Rona stores across Canada by early 2019. Nine stores and a regional support centre will be closed in Ontario.Jean Machine Clothing Inc. will close all of its 24 Ontario stores by the end of February and continue with e-commerce operations onlyTwo retirement homes, Fairfield Manor West and Fairfield Manor East, closed in KingstonPro Bono Ontario legal clinic will close its three offices in December, one in Ottawa and two in Toronto, affecting 15 administrative staffThe Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) will close its branch in Tamworth, north of Napanee, by July 2019Northway Cleaners and The Party Store closed in North Bay
Tribute Communities' 245-unit residential subdivision in Shelburne has been approved for constructionCanadian Army Reserve, The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, is looking to recruit approximately 200 new members in the next couple of years for part-time positionsToronto Premium Outlets will open a new expansion in mid-November, adding over 40 new stores and a full-service Madison's Restaurant and BarCollège Boréal, a French language college from Sudbury, announced the start of construction on its $21.7M Toronto campus. The college is expected to open by 2020 or early 2021.Construction of The Rec Room, a large Cineplex Inc. entertainment complex, will begin early next year in Barrie with plans to open in summer of 2020The University of Waterloo opened their newest engineering building, Engineering 7, an $88 million project featuring an artificial intelligence facilityFaire and Bungalow, two online platform companies, are hiring for their software development teams in Kitchener. Faire expects to hire 10 employees by the end of 2018, and up to 50 programmers in 2019.Quinte Health Care Corporation is recruiting up to 40 registered nurses, registered practical nurses, and supporting personnel at its four hospital sites in Belleville, Bancroft, Picton and TrentonA Foodland in Kirkland Lake is reopening on November 1 after shutting down in April due to a fireNorthern College officially opened a $19.2M Integrated Emergency Services Complex in TimminsResolute Forest Products is investing $53.5M to upgrade and improve operations in Thunder Bay, 25 jobs have been createdCanac-Marquis Grenier Ltd., a chain of building supplies stores, will open its first location in Ontario in Hawkesbury. The store is part of a $71M municipal-led redevelopment project of the former Amoco oil plant site.Goldcorp Inc. received $5M from the federal government towards green and environmental friendly initiatives at its new Borden Lake Mine near Chapleau, which is on track to go into production in 2019The Last Level Lounge restaurant will open in Barrie in late NovemberNorth Eastern Ontario Women's Health Network fertility clinic opened in SudburyRulmeca Canada Limited, a motorized pulley and roller supplier, announced plans to expand their Wallaceburg factory in Chatham-Kent by 22,000-sq.-.ft.Peloton Interactive, Inc., a fitness and technology company, opened a retail location in downtown Toronto, and is opening two more locations at Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Square One in MississaugaThe Burrito Bar and Shawarma Mexican and Middle Eastern Grill opened in CollingwoodMaker North Inc., a 3D manufacturer in Sault Ste. Marie, created four full-time and two part-time jobs with funding from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp in the amount of $178KOrangetheory Fitness is opening a location in OrangevilleIron Forge pizzeria in Winchester, North Dundas, is hiring drivers and staffTenneco Inc. plans to close its plant in Owen Sound by middle of 2020, affecting nearly 500 peopleSandvik Materials Technology Canada will close its steel tubing plant in Arnprior by the end of 2019, affecting 160 employeesLeo Baeck Day School, a private Jewish school, is closing its York Region Campus due to declining enrolmentWeber Street Public House restaurant has permanently closed in Waterloo
ArcelorMittal Dofasco in Hamilton will seek to hire 300 people per year over the next three years. Positions include millwrights, steamfitters, electricians, welders, and information technology workers.Think Research Corp., a digital health care provider, is expanding to a new location in downtown Toronto and will increase their staff from 220 to over 500 once the move is completeMitsubishi Heavy Industries Canada Aerospace (MHICA), an aerospace manufacturer, is expanding their Mississauga facility with completion expected in November 2019Dymon Storage Corp. plans to open 18 new storage facilities in Ottawa and the Greater Toronto Area by 2021Conestoga College opened the $58M expansion of their Waterloo campus which includes new labs, student-run restaurant and welcome centerBBL Energy Inc. plans to open a new recycling operation in Johnstown, located east of Prescott, by the end of March 2019, creating 24 jobsCambrian College in Sudbury received $2.5M from the Government of Canada to invest in high-tech equipment to develop locally-made products, creating over 20 full time jobsAirRiderz opened a 30,000-sq.-ft. trampoline park in VaughanEntomo Farms, a cricket food product manufacturer in the Peterborough area, is expanding their production facilities and intends to expand its workforce by 38 percent within the next yearHudson Integrative Healthcare opened in Stoney CreekManitoulin Physio Centre finished construction on its new site and is now open in M'ChigeengOn The Rock Fitness Center is now open in Little Current in ManitoulinAlmond Butterfly, a gluten-free café and bakeshop, is opening their second location in Toronto in April 2019; with plans to open more locations over the next few yearsiQ Food Co., a healthy casual dining restaurant, opened their flagship location at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in TorontoGeneral Dynamics Land Systems-Canada, a London-based defence manufacturing company, has laid off 37 salaried positions in addition to laying off 28 temporary workers last monthThe local Espanola Police Service disbanded at the end of September, replaced by the Ontario Provincial Police, affecting 20 positionsA private ServiceOntario Centre in Meaford shut down permanently on October 18, it was operated by an independent service providerPhaze 1 Fitness closed in Pembroke
New Energy Kreations, a custom furniture design and upholstery store in Kemptville, is relocating to a larger location and is hiring additional staff
General Motors of Canada Ltd. will build a new Urban Mobility Research and Development centre and car dealership complex in Toronto, creating more than 200 jobs. The complex itself will employ approximately 2,000 workers.Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited will open a casino and entertainment complex in Wasaga Beach, creating approximately 400 jobsLongo Brothers Fruit Markets Inc. is opening Canada's first energy efficient 'net-zero supermarket' in Stouffville. The 40,000-sq.-ft. store will use 35% less energy than average and produce 65% of its own energy.Bélanger Construction Ltd. will begin the first phase of construction on the $30M Place des Arts Francophone arts centre in Sudbury this month. It is expected to be completed in 2020, creating 180 construction jobs.More than $26M in construction projects are underway in the City of Belleville including a new police station, the Arabella Retirement Living residences and the Hastings County Home for Good affordable housing complexDelta Hotels by Marriott Thunder Bay is set to open in December 2018. The eight-storey hotel will include a restaurant, a lounge, 149 guest rooms and 6,500-sq.-ft. of meeting space.Choice Hotels broke ground on a Quality Inn & Suites hotel in the Town of Amherstburg in Essex County. The hotel is expected to open by 2020 and will employ 20 staff.Sitel Group is looking to hire more than 200 employees at their call-centre in St. Catharines by the end of the yearMastermind Toys is planning on opening 30 new locations across Canada in the next three years with two locations opening in Ontario by November, one in Owen Sound and one in HamiltonEmblem Cannabis in Paris will expand its production plant and expects to hire an additional 30 to 50 employeesThe City of Kingston began construction on a $24.5M fleet maintenance garage which is expected to be completed by summer 2020The Government of Canada will invest over $2.1M in Oakville-based LED lighting technology company, GVA Lighting Inc., creating up to 49 full-time jobsTwo sawmills expanded in Kenora. Kenora Forest Products will be hiring 15 to 20 new employees in November and Ear Falls' Eacom Timber added 12 workers in August.Instant Brands Inc., the makers of Instant Pot, expect to hire an additional 20 staff at their headquarters in OttawaConstruction is underway on a new Picard's Peanuts location in Fort Erie, it is expected to be completed later this yearA new LCBO opened in Peterborough, employing 21 full- and part-time employeesA new Children with Medical Complexity Clinic opened at the Lansdowne Children's Centre in BrantfordEarlyON will open a new child care centre in the Town of Erin later this yearGiant Tiger Stores Ltd., a Canadian discount store, opened a location in HamiltonMagnotta Winery opened a store in SudburyFirehouse Subs opened a new location in BarrieGalito's Flame Grilled Chicken opened a location in downtown KitchenerSleep Country Canada Inc. opened a fifth location in HamiltonFriendly Fires, a retailer of fireplaces and outdoor products, opened a store in BellevilleSarah Cole Cider is hiring for a new cider house in Vankleek Hill, in the Town of ChamplainInternet service provider, Ottawa Valley Internet, opened in RenfrewThe Boko Bakery in Ottawa will close by December 1Vegetarian & Fast Food Restaurant in Waterloo has closed
Amazon is looking to hire over 4,000 full-time, part-time and seasonal workers at its customer fulfillment centres and delivery facilities in the Greater Toronto AreaConstruction on York University's Markham Centre Campus is set to begin at the end of 2018. The $253M facility is set to open in 2021, creating over 400 on-campus jobs.Walmart Canada Corp., will invest $175M to renovate 23 stores across Canada by February 2019, creating more than 2,500 construction jobsThe Government of Canada announced a $25M investment in the Toronto-based Creative Destruction Lab. The funding will support a number of different initiatives, including backing science-based start-ups across Canada, creating up to 22,000 jobs.Radial, an e-commerce fulfillment company, is hiring 350 workers for their Mississauga fulfillment centre to meet holiday demandShorelines Casino Peterborough opened with 300 employees, 180 of which are new to the facilityTIMBER MART, a hardware and building material chain, will open a distribution centre in Wellington North in January 2019, creating 25 jobsATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc. and Bruce Power opened a high-tech testing facility in Cambridge, creating 60 jobsPLATO Testing, a software testing company, will open a site in Sault Ste. Marie, creating up to 57 jobsCertarus Ltd., a compressed natural gas company, is investing $54M to build two sites in Northern Ontario. The investment will create 25 jobs in Timmins and 16 jobs in Red Rock. Construction will create 10-15 jobs.Construction is underway for Grand Innovations, an incubation centre in Cambridge's new Gaslight District development. Construction should be complete in November.Durham College unveiled its Centre for Collaborative Education in OshawaLambton College opened its $14.2M Centre of Excellence in Energy and Bio-Industrial Technologies in SarniaA grand opening ceremony was held for Seneca College's King Campus expansion at Magna Hall, a new 200,000-sq.-ft. facility in King City, north of TorontoA Lowe's, PetSmart, Giant Tiger and a new Marshalls and Home Sense will open in East Windsor over the next yearNordstrom, Inc. opened a 35,000-sq.-ft. Nordstrom Rack location in OttawaTJX Companies, Inc. opened a new HomeSense store in WhitbyCollège Boréal unveiled the $3M revamp of its Applied Research Centre for Biodiversity in Sudbury, which includes a new greenhouse, classroom and technologyThe Government of Ontario awarded a $1M grant to aid the construction of an economic development centre in Dalles First Nation, just north of KenoraHealth Sciences North opened a new clinic in Sudbury with a focus on integrated chronic pain managementFV Pharma Inc., a subsidiary of FSD Pharma Inc., will open its Cobourg cannabis dispensary by the end of NovemberLifeLabs Medical Laboratories opened a patient service centre in Carleton PlaceA second Planet Fitness will open in BramptonUride Inc., a ride-sharing app developed by Uridetech, is hiring drivers to expand into the Sudbury area. They expect to be operational by the end of October.Remissio Massage Therapy and Wellness Center opened in North Bay with plans to hire more staff by the end of the yearSeniors Active Living Centre opened in Wasaga BeachKidsAbility Centre for Child Development opened a new location in GuelphThunder Bay Fire Rescue hired seven new firefightersRollerplex Entertainment Centre opened in BramptonThe Ottawa Senators National Hockey League franchise and the Rideau Carleton Raceway Casino entered into a five-year partnership that will include opening a 1,500-sq.-ft- Hard Rock-branded lounge at the Canadian Tire CentreThe Great Canadian Dollar Store will open in Kingston in OctoberTwo new eateries opened in Peterborough, Brothers Pizza and The Spud and the BullOven 360, a pizza restaurant, will open a second location in Windsor in early January 2019Pi Co. Pizza Bar opened a Kitchener location in CF Fairview Park MallThe Oakville Pump & Patio will open in the Upper Oakville Shopping Centre in DecemberEdward¿s Bistro opened in CornwallCalabogie Brewing Co. will open a second brewery in Ottawa in November, which will feature a brewhouse, tap room, retail store, patio, and kitchenFixed Gear Brewing Co. opened their new brewing facility in GuelphSugarfina Inc., a candy store, opened at Mississauga's Square One Shopping CentreLindsay Axe Club will open in the Kawartha Lakes in NovemberConvergys Corporation will close its Welland call centre on December 8, affecting 100 employeesWelcome In, a homeless shelter in Brantford, will permanently close December 15, affecting 16 employeesClassic Rattan, a wicker furniture store, announced it would close in Peterborough
Construction started on the Gordie Howe International Bridge linking Windsor and Detroit. The $3.8B project is expected to take 6 years to complete and will need 2,500 workers.Shopify Inc., an e-commerce company, will invest up to $500M for an office development in downtown Toronto by 2022, which will result in the hiring of hundreds of employeesThe State of Michigan and Enbridge Inc. have reached an agreement to replace a pair of 65-year-old crude oil pipes connecting two of the Great Lakes with a new pipeline that will run through Sarnia. The project is expected to take 7-10 years to complete and will cost up to $500M.Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited is investing $18M into renovations and expansions at the Hanover casino, which will be rebranded as Playtime Casino Hanover, creating up to 70 jobsAPAG Elektronik Corp., an automotive electronic components manufacturer, is opening its North American headquarters in Windsor, creating 148 jobs in the next five yearsLush Cosmetics, a handmade cosmetics brand, will hire 1,400 seasonal workers at their Toronto production facilityKauth, a German auto component manufacturer, opened an office in Windsor, creating 25 distribution and warehousing jobs. The facility could create up to 350 jobs in the future.MPX Bioceutical Corporation plans to begin its $6M renovation in Owen Sound to transform the former PPG factory in a medical marijuana production facilityStolk Construction Ltd. started construction on the Boggio Family of Pharmacies' 20,000-sq.-ft. expansion in Port Colborne. The expansion will add a range of new services, including new physician offices.Farm Boy will open its second store in Toronto this winter, creating 130 new jobsThe Simcoe County District School Board is seeking to fill approximately 30 elementary school positionsAshley Homestores, Ltd. opened a new location on Wonderland Road in LondonLundy Manor Wine Cellars will open on October 11 and will be the first estate winery in Niagara FallsA new McDonald's restaurant will open in Kingston on November 30The Kingston Police are recruiting local youth between the ages of 15 and 18 years to participate in the Youth in Policing Initiative which provides part-time employment to students during the academic yearConstruction started on the $500K Mountainview Natural Playground and Healing Garden at the Branscombe Mental Health Centre in St. Catharines. It is expected to open by spring 2019.The CK Works! Community Job Fair will take place on October 23 at the John D. Bradley Centre in Chatham. Over 40 employers will be looking to fill over 300 positions.London-based Diply, a tech and media company, will lay off 35 employees from its three locations in London, Toronto, and New York over the next monthAlgonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology in Ottawa eliminated 14 positions
Amazon.com, Inc. will hire 500 full- and part-time warehouse associates for their fulfillment centres in Mississauga, Milton and two in BramptonInstacart, a grocery-delivery company, plans to expand its Toronto office by 200 employees over the next several years, with a focus on tech, research and developmentHarte Gold Corp. plans to start production at their White River mine. The mine is expected to run for 12 years and employ 200 people.Cineplex Odeon Orion Gates Cinema in Brampton will close at the end of September to begin the conversion into a Playdium complex, which is expected to open in mid-2019. Cineplex plans to hire about 100 people at the new facility.Seven Leaf, a licensed producer of medical cannabis, is building an 84,000-sq.-ft. facility in the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory on Cornwall Island. Once operational, 75 jobs will be created.Fire Inspired Foods opened a Montana's BBQ and Bar in Stratford. About 65 people were hired, including nine employees from the former Kelseys Original RoadhouseProfessional Quality Assurance Ltd. will set up a gaming software test lab in Sault Ste. Marie, creating up to 60 jobs for indigenous employees in early 2019Construction started on Florentina Foods Ltd.'s new manufacturing facility in Orangeville. Once complete it expects to employ about 60 people.The town of Shelburne approved the construction of a $15M marijuana facility that is estimated to create up to 50 jobsMount Forest Development Inc. received approval from the Township of Wellington North to build a subdivision totalling 30 unitsWroute Inc., a new Kitchener transportation service has begun offering non-stop trips between Kitchener and Guelph. The company currently has 18 full-time employees with the possibility of expansion.The Minto fire department will hire up to 15 new recruits across the municipality's three stations in Clifford, Harriston and PalmerstonIntermarket Properties and Peter Benninger of Coldwell Banker announced the construction of a new 160-hectare industrial park in Cambridge with an expected completion date in the next five to ten yearsCanadian shipping companies CSL Group Inc., Algoma Central Corp. and Groupe Desgagnés Inc. are recruiting for various positions including deckhands, cooks, maintenance and mechanical crewThe Pembroke Fire Department¿s new $5M fire hall is expected to be completed by mid-OctoberStarwood Capital Group will open a hotel in Toronto under their 1 Hotel brand. The location is expected to open in 2020.CBS will open a 260,000-sq.-ft. studio space in Mississauga in March 2019Pinterest will open its first office in Canada in Toronto on October 1Indiva, a licensed medical marijuana producer, will open a dispensary in London on Wellington Rd., and has secured leases for additional storefronts in London and OttawaTask Force Engineering Inc. began construction on the Quinte West detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. The project is expected for completion by mid-2020.Five new physicians are expected to open practices in the Belleville area in 2019-2020Cascades Inc. will close two Ontario corrugated packaging plants in Barrie and Peterborough by December 31st 2018, affecting approximately 65 employeesTimmins city hall opened a centralized customer service centre after completing renovations. Four of 12 positions were eliminated, leaving eight to do customer service work.Empire Co. Ltd. acquired Ottawa-based grocery chain Farm Boy for $800M
Construction on Desjardins' regional hub in downtown Sudbury will begin this year. The $2M construction project will develop an 11,000-sq-ft office, housing more than 40 employees.Canada Meat Group Inc started construction on a meat processing facility in North Bay, expecting to be completed August 2019 and employ up to 40 peopleTulsar Canada Ltd., a pumping system control panel manufacturer, is hiring an additional 30 employees to account for its recent expansion in BrantfordConstruction began earlier this summer on Zibi, a $1.5B redevelopment project by Dream Unlimited Corp. and Theia Partners, in Ottawa and GatineauCementation Canada Inc. was awarded the contract to design and construct the underground shaft for Glencore's $700M Onaping Depth project in SudburyConstruction started on the $40M Matchedash Lofts project, a 76-unit condo building in OrilliaThe new $36M Meridian Community Centre, a multi-purpose facility, opened in the region of WellandConstruction started on a $25M, 37-unit condo building in downtown St. CatharinesMore than 20 businesses and organizations have moved into a 300,000-sq.-ft. property formerly occupied by Nortel in BellevilleThe City of Ottawa is hiring the equivalent of 12 full-time building inspectors to work in its Building Code Services BranchNipissing Serenity Hospice recently broke ground for their $7M professional palliative care facility in North BayConstruction started on the new $2.08M Wellington Place Child Care and Learning Centre expected to open in 2019HEXO Corp., a producer and distributor of cannabis products, plans to open a 500,000-sq.-ft. R&D facility in the former Sears Distribution Centre in BellevilleFrench-Canadian outerwear brand, Soia & Kyo, opened a store in Mississauga's Square One shopping centreH&H Construction Inc. secured a contract valued at $738K from the City of Pembroke for roadwork along Pembroke St. E and Mackay St.Veritas Farm Management, a data analytic company, plans to expand after being acquired by Deveron UAS, a drone data collection firmThe Nav Centre, a training and conference venue in Cornwall, is hiring positions in housekeeping, food and beverage, front desk and various othersSleep Country Canada Inc. opened its 258th Canadian store at CF Sherway Gardens in TorontoA Tim Hortons restaurant will be built alongside the new Foodland grocery store on Hwy. 34 in Vankleek Hill outside of HawkesburyThe Glen Lawrence Golf Club in Kingston will close at the end of October after 63 years in businessThe restaurant chain Zoup! closed its Kitchener and Waterloo locationsThe Oarhouse sports bar will close in London after 25 years
Microsoft Canada Inc. announced plans for a new Canadian headquarters in downtown Toronto. The company plans to add more than 500 full-time employees with an additional 500 co-ops and internships by 2022.Uber will invest $200M to expand its Advanced Technologies Group in Toronto and open a new engineering lab that will add approximately 300 jobsFirst Studio City will start construction on a new $100M film studio in Markham in spring 2019, with an expected completion by 2020WeedMD, a marijuana producer with operations in Aylmer and Strathroy, reached an agreement to supply the Ontario Cannabis Store. Employment is expected to double from 100 people over the next year.Teranorth Construction and Engineering Ltd. is scheduled to begin construction on the North Bay Bypass at Seymour St. in September. Construction on the $6.5M project is expected to be completed in 2020.Beleave Kannabis Inc., purchased a 250,000- sq.-ft. greenhouse space in London. The company has deals to supply recreational cannabis in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.Intel Corporation plans to open a new graphics chip engineering lab in North YorkBonfire Interactive Ltd., a Waterloo software company, plans to expand and double its workforce following merger with five other companiesLeclerc Group, a cookie, snack bar and cracker manufacturer, will open a production plant in Cornwall with operations set to begin in spring 2019Three new stores will open in the Perth Mews mall, including the relocation of an existing Subway store, a Starbucks and a St. Louis Bar and Grill. Completion is expected in February 2019.UNTUCKit, an American mens retailer, opened its first Canadian retail store in the CF Sherway Gardens mall in TorontoConstruction is underway on an expanded location for Great Lakes Honda automotive dealership and Our Driving School in Sault Ste. Marie with completion expected in late 2018The Morton Community Healthcare Centre in Lakefield, Peterborough County opened a new medical clinicLachance Construction secured a $3.2M contract to build a 14,000-sq.-ft. hanger at the Kapuskasing Airport to serve as an air transportation hub for First Nations communities on the James Bay CoastThe Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel and Suites in Thunder Bay will undergo up to $4M in renovations over the next couple of yearsGiant Tiger and Bad Boy Electronics will open locations at the RioCan Centre in KingstonKraus Flooring laid off more than 250 employees at their Waterloo plantThe Municipality of Chatham-Kent's Employment Resources Centres will host a community job fair with over 30 employers on October 23 at the John D Bradley CentreToronto Premium Outlets will host a job fair in Halton Hills on September 25 with over 50 hiring retailersThe Canadian Apparel Federation and the City of Toronto will host the Apparel and Fashion Career Fair on September 25 at Metro Hall in TorontoThe Cornwall and Area Job Fair will be held at the Cornwall Civic Complex on October 3, featuring employers from Cornwall, Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and AkwesasneRS Technologies Inc., a composite utility pole manufacturer in Tilbury, will host a job fair on September 24 at the Municipal CentreThe Canadian Army Reserve Open House and Job Fair will be held at units across Canada on September 29
Green Relief, a medical cannabis manufacturer, will expand its operations in Flamboro and Stoney Creek resulting in 250 new jobs for the Hamilton regionDunkin' Brands Group, Inc. is expanding the Baskin-Robbins ice-cream chain in Ontario with 18 new locations, including the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton and OttawaIndiva, a marijuana producer in London, will double its staff of 25 over the next nine months to support the addition of eight new grow rooms, an extraction facility and lab spaceThe City of Cambridge opened a new fire station and hired 20 additional firefightersSeniors Active Living Centre, a membership-based centre for seniors¿ activities, will open two locations in the Ottawa area on October 1 and in early 2019A $1.3M upgrade of Isabella St. in Parry Sound is scheduled for spring 2019Northern Mining Analytical Laboratory, a minerals testing facility, opened in TimminsThe Kenora District Services Board and Bimose Tribal Council will open an Urban Indigenous childcare centre in spring 2019The Town of Bracebridge and District of Muskoka opened a new paramedic and fire station on September 6Goodfellas Wood Oven Pizza opened in GeorgetownBrock Street Brewery will open a second location in Whitby this fallThe City of North Bay awarded the Para Bus contract to Voyageur TransportationMax¿s Pet Deli opened in SudburyThe City of Thunder Bay is hiring regular and spare crossing guards for the 2018-19 academic yearLola's Kitchen closed in Toronto, affecting more than 45 employeesGeneral Dynamics Land Systems Canada, an armoured vehicle manufacturer, has laid off 28 temporary workers at its London plant
Cedar Fair Entertainment Company will open an eight-storey, 203-room Hyatt Hotel in 2020 at its Canada's Wonderland amusement park in Vaughan. Construction is expected to begin in 2019.The City of Oakville will open the redeveloped Trafalgar Park Community Centre on September 22. The $41M+ project includes a new fire station.Construction on Municipal Road 35 in the Greater Sudbury Area, valued at $34M, is scheduled to begin in September and be completed by early 2020Northern Heat Treat Ltd., a business specializing in steel hardening, is hiring general labourers at its new location in the Greater Sudbury AreaConstruction begun on a new three-storey residence at Canterbury College in Windsor. It is expected to be completed by August 2019.The Youth Inclusion Program will receive $5.6M over five years from the Government of Canada to support Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay. Hiring of full- and part-time staff will take place over the next four to five months.Construction is underway in Newmarket on a 2,200-sq.-ft. medical centre by Mulock Canada Med Inc.Meadowglen Pharmacy and Medical Centre is now open in WhitbyThe City of Windsor will spend $4.1M towards the rejuvenation of two parking garagesThe Government of Canada will provide $1.5M towards the construction of the $16.5M Ancaster Memorial Arts Centre facility in Hamilton. Construction is set to begin spring 2019.Boreal Berry Farm & Winery is hiring workers to assist with food processing in Warren, east of SudburyTwo Canadian-based ride-sharing companies, Uridetech and AutomatIQ Technologies Inc.'s GoDrivR, are seeking drivers in the Chatham-Kent areaUber Technologies Inc. launched food delivery service Uber Eats in Thunder BaySideways Bar and Grill opened its first location in Campbellford, a town in Northumberland CountyCaribou General Store opened in downtown Carleton Place, located in Lanark CountyThe Jolly Rogers Sports Bar opened in Parry SoundDSW Inc. will close all 38 locations of its Canadian footwear chain, Town Shoes Ltd., by January. Approximately 400 workers will be affected.Cascades Inc., a recycled fibre manufacturer, is closing two of its corrugated packaging plants, affecting 65 employees in Barrie and Peterborough. Some employees may be able to relocate to other operations.Nordia Inc. will close its call centre in Lindsay on December 21, affecting 63 employees.The Nutty Chocolatier Co. Ltd., a chocolate shop in Peterborough, will close at the end of September, affecting nine employeesA Beer Store location in downtown Ottawa will close on October 14
Broccolini started construction on Amazon's 1.02M-sq.ft. facility in Ottawa. The distribution centre is scheduled to open in the summer of 2019, creating over 650 full-time jobs and up to 1,500 jobs over the course of its construction.Kiewit Corporation secured a contract with the City of Kingston to build the Third Crossing bridge project over the Cataraqui River, creating about 200 jobs. Construction is expected to start mid-2019 with a completion date of 2022.Whyte's Foods, a Quebec-based food manufacturer, is investing $16.5M in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Wallaceburg. The plant is expected to open in the fall of 2019, creating about 100 new jobs.The Nipissing Serenity Hospice will receive $1.5M from the Government of Ontario towards the construction of a ten-bed residential palliative care facility in North Bay. The hospice will create 21 jobs, 14 full-time and seven part-time.Manitou Forest Products Ltd. and Henry's Trucking in Emo, Rainy River District, will jointly receive nearly $1.4M from the Government of Ontario to purchase new equipment, creating 10 jobsThe Government of Ontario is investing more than $182M to modernize nine Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) facilities across the province. Bird Construction Inc. is set to begin construction this fall with substantial completion expected by late 2020.Construction on Kenora's new $6.2M, 9,000-sq.-ft. airport terminal is almost complete and is scheduled to open this fallThe City of Kingston awarded a $2.3M contract to Jacques Daoust Coatings Management Inc. to paint and restore the Tower Street water tower. Construction is currently underway and is expected to be completed by early 2019.The Government of Canada is investing $1.1M to transform Terrace Bay's waterfront area, promoting tourism in the North Shore region of Lake SuperiorThe Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) selected B+H Architects as the architect for the new 22-storey Patient Support Centre which will replace the aging Elizabeth McMaster Building in downtown TorontoEllisDon Healthcare Infrastructure will start construction on Mississauga's West Park Healthcare Centre Redevelopment Project. The project will include a new 730K-sq.-ft. hospital building and is expected to be complete in early 2023.Projectcore Inc. will start renovations on the 4,423-sq.ft. historic Eclipse Whitewear building in Toronto to accommodate a new Mirvish art gallery. Construction is expected to start in October and be completed by August 2020.The Retail Council of Canada, in partnership with the City of Toronto, will host 2018 Fall Retail Job Fair on September 13 at the Toronto Reference Library to fill over 500 positions across more than 20 retail employersAmazon.com, Inc., will host a job fair on September 20 through PATH Employment Services, hiring fulfilment associates for its Milton warehouse. The company is offering ride-sharing opportunities for potential employees from the City of Hamilton.The Social Development Council will be hosting a job fair at the Cornwall Civic Complex on October 3The City of Kingston is looking to hire workers for the 2018 municipal election this OctoberCementation Canada Inc., a mine and facilities contracting and engineering company, opened a new office in Toronto. The company is also growing its capacity at its North Bay and Sudbury locations.Marshalls opened a new store at Cambridge Centre in the Region of Waterloo in August. Kingpin Bowlounge, Indigo and Sport Chek are also expected to open this fall.Irish-style pub chain Fionn MacCool's will open a new location in downtown Windsor in early OctoberM&M Food Market, a retailer of specialty frozen foods, opened a new store in Scarborough in AugustDUCA Credit Union opened a new branch in Mount Albert, located within the Town of East Gwillimbury in AugustOak and Linen Home, a home décor shop, has opened in Arva, Middlesex County in AugustEscapology, an escape room attraction, opened in London in AugustA Starbucks location is currently under construction in North Bay and scheduled to open in early 2019Three Windsor restaurants: Downtown Pizza Co., Snackbar-B-Q and Good Neighbour, have closedThe Salvation Army will close its Thrift Store in Windsor effective September 1, affecting about 19 employeesAmazon.com, Inc. is closing its software development office in Ottawa this fall, affecting about 30 workers. The company is working with the affected employees to provide relocation with their current role or assistance with pursuing other opportunities.Two Boston Pizza restaurant locations closed in Stoney Creek
Mad Radish, a chain of salad-based restaurants out of Ottawa, opened its first location in TorontoA merger between Guelph Hydro and Alectra will affect approximately 70 workers; however half will be offered jobs elsewhere
Labour Market Bulletins
Sectoral Profiles provide an overview of recent labour market developments and outlooks for some of the key industries in various regions of the country.
- Arts, Entertainment and Recreation | (PDF, 194 KB)
- Accommodation and Food Services | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Agriculture | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Business, Building and Other Support Services | (PDF, 203 KB)
- Chemical Manufacturing | (PDF, 626 KB)
- Clothing | (PDF, 286 KB)
- Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Construction | (PDF, 286 KB)
- Educational Services | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Fabricated Metal Manufacturing | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, Rental and Leasing | (PDF, 557 KB)
- Food, Beverage and Tobacco Product | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Health Care and Social Assistance | (PDF, 583 KB)
- Information and Culture | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Machinery Manufacturing | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Motor Vehicle, Body, Trailer and Parts Manufacturing | (PDF, 251 KB)
- Primary Metal Manufacturing | (PDF, 207 KB)
- Professional, Technical and Scientific Services | (PDF, 207 KB)
- Retail Trade | (PDF, 246 KB)
- Textile Mills & Textile Product Mills MFG | (PDF, 540 KB)
- Transportation and Warehousing | (PDF, 540 KB)
- Utilities | (PDF, 540 KB)
- Wholesale Trade | (PDF, 540 KB)
- Wood Product Manufacturing | (PDF, 247 KB)