Job Market Trends and News

Canada

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

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

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

Job Vacancy and Wage Survey, second quarter 2017

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

News For Canada
News Title Industry Event Type Province/ Territory
Brazzoni and Associates has launched a new out-patient addictions treatment program in partnership with Edgewood Health Network in Prince George Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation BC
Cardero Grocery, located in Vancouver's West End, closed its doors on November 1 after 75 years in business Retail Trade Job Creation BC
Canada Jetlines will introduce service between Abbotsford and Hamilton next summer. The airline will be the third ultra-low cost carrier to fly out of Abbotsford International Airport. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation BC
Construction is underway on the new $2.69M West Kootenay Community Animal Centre in Castlegar. The 4,250-sq.-ft. facility is expected to open by June 2018. Construction Job Creation BC
Okanagan College's Career Fair was recently held in Kelowna. More than 50 employers were present at the fair showcasing various careers and educational pathways. N/A Other Type of Event BC
Amazon is expanding its presence in BC by bringing 1,000 new tech jobs to Vancouver. The company plans to double its workforce in the province to 2,000 by 2020. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation BC
According to Statistics Canada, Greater Victoria's unemployment rate was 3.8% in October ¿ the lowest unemployment rate among Canada's largest cities N/A Other Type of Event BC
The SheBiz conference was recently held at Crofton House School in Vancouver. The one-day event is meant to inspire young women to enter traditionally male-dominated fields such as business, science, and technology. N/A Other Type of Event BC
The provincial government is providing a total of $790,000 for various skills training programs designed by First Nations in north-central BC. The programs will be delivered to Witset First Nation, Wet'suwet'en First Nation and Tsil Kaz Koh First Nation. N/A Other Type of Event BC
Western Forest Products shut down its Englewood logging train after 100 years in service. The closure will result in the loss of approximately 15 jobs. Transportation and Warehousing Layoff BC
Flair Airlines is increasing its seat capacity by 40% by adding two jets to its fleet. The company is expanding its services to Kelowna, Vancouver and Toronto in mid-December. Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation BC
Surrey City Council has approved plans for a two-lane road dividing Hawthorne Park. Construction could begin by early 2018. Construction Job Creation BC
The Town of Nipawin is looking to hire a new food services company for the Evergreen Centre. The restaurant at the centre is now closed after the previous lease was canceled on October 30. Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation MB
US-based Mitchell International Inc., a firm that provides technology solutions for automobile collision repair claims, is opening an office in Winnipeg. The company expects to hire up to 23 employees as business grows. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation MB
According to Statistics Canada, the Manitoba economy added 4,000 new jobs in October, including 1,000 full time positions. The unemployment rate fell to 5.2%, down from 5.5% in the previous month. N/A Other Type of Event MB
The Creighton Volunteer Fire Department has donated expired equipment to support the Flin Flon Fire Department's training program. The program provides training to firefighters in isolated communities in northern Manitoba. Public Administration Other Type of Event MB
Lowe's held a job fair November 2 and 3 to fill 130 positions for its new Winnipeg location. The company also plans to hire up to 40 additional seasonal workers for next spring and summer. The store is expected to open next spring Retail Trade Job Creation MB
The provincial government unveiled its plans for the sale of recreational marijuana for when it becomes legal July 1, 2018. Supply and distribution will be controlled by Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries, and private retailers will sell to the public. Retail Trade Job Creation MB
The Conference Board of Canada's is forecasting Manitoba's 2018 real gross domestic product growth to reach 1.3% ¿ a full percentage point higher than the board's previous forecast of 0.3% growth N/A Other Type of Event MB
Parrish & Heimbecker, Ltd. is opening a new facility in Yorkton in early spring 2018. The location will initially include a fertilizer distribution warehouse, and at a later date, chemical and seed sales facilities. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation SK
According to Statistics Canada, the unemployment rate in Saskatchewan stood at 5.9% in October 2017, down 0.3 percentage points compared to the previous month N/A Other Type of Event SK
Twenty-two parking attendants serving Saskatoon's three hospitals received layoff notices in early November. The last day of work for these attendants will be December 31, 2017. Public Administration Layoff SK
The Ile-a-la-Crosse Fish Company opened a processing plant in northern Saskatchewan on November 7. The new facility is expected to generate $1.5M in revenue in its first year and will employ 18 full-time workers and about 12 casual employees. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Job Creation SK
Regina's International Trade Centre at Evraz Place officially opened on November 6. The $37M venue will host the upcoming 2017 Canadian Western Agribition from November 20 to 25. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation SK
The RCMP Academy in Regina is looking for actors to play suspects to help train cadets. Interested individuals have until December 3 to apply. Public Administration Job Creation SK
The $285M Children's Hospital of Saskatchewan, which is currently under construction, has received a private donation of $1M to build a multifaith worship area Construction Job Creation SK
The United States will exclude NL from softwood lumber export tariffs, after ruling that the province's lumber producers do not benefit from an unfair subsidy. The ruling also applies to lumber from NS and PEI. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event NL
The Corner Brook Care Partnership will design, build, finance and maintain a new long-term care facility that will employ 200 public sector employees when it opens in the spring of 2020 in Corner Brook. Construction will begin in the spring of 2018. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NL
The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC) projects real GDP will decline in NL by 2.2% in 2017 and by 0.5% in 2018. Oil production from the new Hebron field in 2018 will help offset the impact of provincial fiscal restraints and low oil prices. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Other Type of Event NL
A building is under construction on Powell Street in Carbonear which will house a new Mary Brown's restaurant franchise. A different Mary Browns franchise had closed in the town earlier in 2017. Accommodation and Food Services Other Type of Event NL
The United States will exclude Nova Scotia from softwood lumber export tariffs, after ruling that the province's lumber producers do not benefit from an unfair subsidy. The ruling also applies to lumber from NL and PEI. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event NS
Caper Base, a Cape Breton-based youth outreach service team working in schools and the community, plans to hire more staff as a result of an increase in funding from the provincial government. The team includes social workers and recreational therapists. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NS
Kameron Coal indicates that restructuring at the Donkin coal mine resulted in the layoff of 49 of its 130 workers in November 2017, only a few months after operations had begun. Coal production has been below the projected targets to this point in 2017. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Layoff NS
Heerema Marine Contractors will begin work shortly to decommission the Sable offshore natural gas project, southeast of Nova Scotia. Final stages for removal of the platforms are set for 2020. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Other Type of Event NS
Chase the Ace lotteries are multiplying in the Acadian Peninsula. The income generated by these lotteries helps pay for current expenditures and finance maintenance work for community and religious buildings in particular. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Other Type of Event NB
A new mental health centre focusing on young people has opened in Eskasoni. The centre, funded by Access Open Minds, has two workers on staff. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NS
Members of the Healthy Aging Provincial Roundtable met on Wednesday in Fredericton to discuss the implementation of the New Brunswick Aging Strategy. By 2038, seniors will make up 31.3% of the population. Public Administration Other Type of Event NB
New Brunswick softwood producers will now pay a 20.83% duty on lumber entering the United States, with the exception of J.D. Irving, which will pay a 9.92% tariff. The other Atlantic province's lumber producers are not considered subsidized and will be exempt. Manufacturing Other Type of Event NB
Moncton city council will allow an eight to 14 storey hotel and a three to five storey parking garage to be built on the corner of Main Street and Harper. The proposed hotel will have ground-level retail space, as well as a sushi bar and restaurant. Accommodation and Food Services Other Type of Event NB
Fourteen workers will be hired in Nova Scotia schools to monitor and deal with student attendance issues, as part of a two-year pilot project set to begin early in 2018. Those hired need to be eligible for teacher certification. Educational Services Job Creation NS
The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council released its 2018 job market outlook for New Brunswick, which predicts that the provincial economy will grow by 1% next year. The council doesn't anticipate much job growth, but expects a declining labour force will create job vacancies. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Other Type of Event NB
Leading Edge Geomatics (LEG), a New Brunswick survey company, has signed a deal with Montreal-based Novacap that could create up to 90 new jobs in the next five years. Novacap's investment will help spur growth for LEG, which currently has 60 employees. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation NB
Direction 180 will add two case managers to the two it currently employs in Halifax, as a result of increased funding for opioid treatment centres in Nova Scotia. The province also plans to eventually add three new centres to its existing facilities. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation NS
According to September's provincial tourism report, PEI had a record tourism season with nearly a million overnight stays in 2017, a 6.5% increase over 2016. The number of island visitors coming via the bridge, airport, and ferries all increased from 2016. Public Administration Other Type of Event PE
Charlottetown's BioFoodTech will invest nearly $1M in new equipment, allowing PEI bioscience companies like MicroSintesis to launch new products and in greater quantities. The infrastructure investment will spur growth and create high paying jobs. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Other Type of Event PE
ACOA and the PEI government have committed $500,000 to go toward the West Prince Ventures' Quality Oyster Aquaculture Program. The program will help oyster growers and operators to increase production and efficiency, as well to improve handling and storage. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event PE
MQ Windows, a company in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, has sold all of its assets to Andersen Corporation, an American company. As a result of this transaction, the MQ Windows brand will persist and none of the plant's 80 employees will be laid off. Manufacturing Other Type of Event QC
MÙV2, a consortium of construction companies, has announced that the second phase of its residential project in the Montréal neighbourhood of Rosemont has begun, a $40M investment Construction Other Type of Event QC
TC Transcontinental has announced the closure of its Montréal newsprint mill following a restructuring that will affect about 60 workers Manufacturing Layoff QC
Atlantis inc., a Laval-based strength equipment manufacturer, has announced a $1.5M investment in automating its production line and promoting its global expansion. This measure will create about 10 jobs. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
The City of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts and its partners have revealed the design concept for the Bâtisseurs business park. Upon completion, this 800,000-square-foot project will accommodate about 10 companies and potentially create over 100 jobs. Construction Job Creation QC
Kwanko, a French company specializing in multi-channel digital marketing services, has announced the opening of an office in Montréal, which will require the creation of about 20 jobs in three years Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation QC
Stornoway, a Canadian diamond exploration and producing company, expects to hire 50 workers for its diamond mine located 250 km north of Chibougamau Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Job Creation QC
Eugène Allard, a store specializing in kitchen products and accessories, will open a new location in Alma, which should create eight jobs Retail Trade Job Creation QC
Marché Wallberg, a public market of regional products in Dolbeau-Mistassini, will close, leading to the loss of about 15 jobs Retail Trade Layoff QC
DEMEX Inc., a demolition company in Chicoutimi, has secured contracts valued at an estimated $20M, which created about 40 jobs Construction Job Creation QC
The Aéroport régional de Val-d'Or (ARVO) has just acquired the Northern Mining Transit Center (CTMN) for $6.7M Transportation and Warehousing Other Type of Event QC
The Ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement supérieur (MELS) has announced a $6.2M investment to construct the Centre de formation professionnelle de Forestville's Pavillon de la foresterie, which is expected to open in fall 2018 Construction Other Type of Event QC
Théâtre Gilles-Vigneault in the municipality of Saint-Jérôme will soon open. This new $25M infrastructure is supported by all three levels of government and takes a sustainable development approach. Information and Cultural Industries Other Type of Event QC
The Complexe de santé de Waterloo, built at a cost of $2M, has just opened in the municipality of the same name. Currently, nine doctors occupy part of the premises, and a Proxim pharmacy will move in shortly. Health Care and Social Assistance Other Type of Event QC
Cantine Ti-Ken in Sorel-Tracy will close for good on December 17, resulting in the loss of about 10 jobs Accommodation and Food Services Layoff QC
Calimacil, a company specializing in the design and production of foam swords, has moved into its new location in Sherbrooke. This $1M investment in modernization and expansion will create seven jobs. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
A new Pharmacie Jean Coutu location opened in Drummondville on November 1 Retail Trade Other Type of Event QC
IGA Extra in Drummondville opened on November 8. This $5M investment consolidated 185 jobs. Retail Trade Other Type of Event QC
The Office municipal d'habitation de la ville de Granby, in partnership with the Société d'habitation du Québec (SHQ) and the City of Granby, has announced the construction of 98 public housing units at a cost of $11M. Work is expected to start in spring 2018. Construction Other Type of Event QC
Matériaux Spécialisés Louiseville, a company specializing in manufacturing thermal panels, soundproofing, and commercial roofing, has hired seven workers over the past year, and further hiring should occur with the development of new foreign markets Manufacturing Job Creation QC
Aliksir will invest $2M in constructing an essential oils plant in Saint-Tite in 2018, which will create jobs. The company's objective is to expand its production and move closer to its supplies. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
Manufacturers in the Maskinongé RCM, including those working in furniture, textiles, and food processing, are looking for workers. The RCM's Service de développement économique et du territoire has established a work committee. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
The Centre de formation professionnelle Bel-Avenir's École d'alimentation et d'hôtellerie in Trois-Rivières is often approached by restaurants and the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux de la Mauricie et du Centre-du-Québec, which lack kitchen staff N/A Job Creation QC
The Supermarché Arcand IGA in La Tuque, which is looking mostly for full-time workers, has been having hiring difficulties since last spring. The Maxi supermarket in La Tuque also had problems filling grocery clerk positions. Retail Trade Job Creation QC
Restaurants in Mauricie are having recruitment difficulties. Le Saint-Mo bistro gourmand and Stratos Pizzeria locations in the Shawinigan region are continuously looking for kitchen staff and servers. Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation QC
The Haute-Mauricie region is having difficulty finding workers in the commercial and industrial sectors, including in food services, restaurants, retail, services, and major industries, no field is spared N/A Job Creation QC
The forestry industry is hiring in Haute-Mauricie. Groupe Rémabec, Resolute Forest Products, and WestRock are publishing job offers in the media and on websites. Workers in skilled trades are in particular demand. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
Résidence Domaine la Marguerite in Rimouski will have to close before the end of the year because it does not comply with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux's certification rules. At full capacity, this residence could accommodate 80 seniors. Health Care and Social Assistance Layoff QC
A Club Med will open in Charlevoix in 2020. This $120M project is being carried out by Groupe Le Massif in partnership with Club Med and is supported by the provincial and federal governments. This project will create many jobs. Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation QC
Nova Construction Co. Ltd. has just begun construction on a project of about $150M in Neufchâtel-Lebourgneuf. The Développement Pierre-Bertrand will include housing units, an office building, and another facility dedicated to public use. Construction Other Type of Event QC
The regional workshop in Drummondville will lay off 14 graphic designers by the holiday season because 21 TC Media publications were purchased by Icimédias Inc. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Layoff QC
On Site Machining (OSM) Atlantic Inc. in Îles-de-la-Madeleine will create five jobs after acquiring rework equipment. The company operates a machine that has the potential to revolutionize the field of diesel engine machining. Manufacturing Job Creation QC
Amilia, an event management software developer, has announced a $10M investment in commercializing its new product. Financial assistance from the Government of Quebec will create 29 jobs in Montréal by 2019. Information and Cultural Industries Job Creation QC
Téo Taxi, a Montreal based electric car taxi company, has hired 100 drivers to better respond to service demands Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation QC
The Apollo restaurant in Alma will close. The number of jobs lost is unknown. Accommodation and Food Services Layoff QC
According to Statistics Canada, Alberta employment rose by 12,000 full-time jobs in October. The province's unemployment rate dropped from 7.9% in September to 7.8% in October. N/A Job Creation AB
A new report from Statistics Canada indicates a skills-mismatch affecting job-seeking Canadians. Nearly half of unemployed Canadians have a post-secondary degree or diploma, but two-thirds of vacant jobs don't require more than a high school education. N/A Other Type of Event AB
ReidBuilt Homes, one of Alberta's largest homebuilders, has fallen into receivership. An order has been granted for the receiver to complete pending home sales and finish construction. Construction Layoff AB
Construction has begun on the new Calgary Cancer Centre. The $1.4B facility is set to open in 2023 and will create 1,500 jobs over the next six years. Construction Job Creation AB
Two restaurants, Credo and OEB Breakfast Co., will be opening in the new Enbridge Centre in downtown Edmonton. The building owners are looking for a third tenant for the largest space on the main floor. Construction Job Creation AB
The Fitzsimmon Brewing Co., Airdrie's first microbrewery, is opening on November 25 Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation AB
The federal and provincial governments are providing $10M to Calgary-based Acceleware for a new microwave technology to extract bitumen from the oil sands. The company expects to hire three to five employees over the next year to work on the project. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation AB
Evolve Strength, a health and fitness centre, is opening up in downtown Edmonton in January. The company expects 50 to 60 people will work in the facility, mostly independent practitioners who will lease space. Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation AB
The Qulliq Energy Corp. is currently requesting proposals for a feasibility study on geothermal power in Nunavut. The company hopes to reduce its operational and maintenance costs by harnessing geothermal energy. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Job Creation NU
Booster Juice is opening its first location in Yellowknife in early 2018 Construction Job Creation NT
Construction on the Skywatch Lodge and Spa in Yellowknife has been put on hold as Coromandel Properties reviews development plans of the hotel. Construction is expected to resume in 2018. Construction Other Type of Event NT
Construction is underway for upgrades to the Pioneer Cemetery in downtown Whitehorse. The current phase includes building a new gateway and is expected to be completed in spring. Construction Job Creation YT
The Government of Yukon is currently conducting a 2017-18 Yukon Visitor Exit Survey. The year-long study will provide the tourism sector with current and reliable information to plan for the future, develop programs and products, and market Yukon. Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Other Type of Event YT
Hain Celestial Canada, a natural and organic food manufacturer will open a manufacturing plant in Quinte West creating 26 new jobs in the region Manufacturing Job Creation ON
Kentucky Fried Chicken will open a new location in Sarnia, which is expected to open by April 2018 and employ between 25 to 30 people Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Hamilton Street Railway (HSR) will hire up to 58 additional full-time bus drivers to cover gaps in bus service Transportation and Warehousing Job Creation ON
Buchanan Forest Products Ltd. is preparing to reopen the Nakina sawmill in Greenstone, creating about 50 to 80 jobs. The company is hiring for a variety of positions including labourers, operators and tradespeople. Manufacturing Job Creation ON
HP Polymers Ltd., a speciality polymer and resin manufacturer located near Guelph, is expanding to increase production capacity creating five new jobs Manufacturing Job Creation ON
Health Sciences North recruited 19 physicians to Sudbury in 2017 Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation ON
The Alexandra Marine and General Hospital recruited six new physicians to Goderich Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation ON
SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions has opened an ozone production facility at the Ancaster Business Park Manufacturing Job Creation ON
Two manufacturing plants in Colborne, Canada Colours and Chemicals Ltd. and Storrack Ltd. are expanding their operations Manufacturing Job Creation ON
The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board is hiring teachers, caretakers, librarians and administrative assistants Educational Services Job Creation ON
Imagine Cinemas will open a theatre in Alliston in November Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation ON
The Great Canadian Dollar Store opened a location in Bradford Retail Trade Job Creation ON
Goodlife Fitness Centres Inc. is opening a new location in Brampton this December Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Job Creation ON
Blyth¿s Part II Bistro restaurant will open a location in Goderich Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Mudtown Station brewpub is slated to open in March in Owen Sound Accommodation and Food Services Job Creation ON
Owen King Construction Ltd. secured a contract from Bruce County to reconstruct the McCurdy Bridge near Paisley Construction Job Creation ON
Severn Township is looking to hire volunteer firefighters with applications closing December 15 Health Care and Social Assistance Job Creation ON
Reynolds Consumer Products Inc. will close an aluminum foil plant in Toronto, laying off 100 unionized workers. Manufacturing Layoff ON
Caesars Windsor will close the Artist Café, resulting in about 30 layoffs with some staff being transferred to other parts of the casino and others offered early retirement packages Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Layoff ON
TD Canada Trust will close two Simcoe County branches in Elmvale and Creemore, effective May 2018 Finance and Insurance Layoff ON
St. Catharines Public Library is cutting 2,000 hours of work in 2018 in response to higher minimum wages. This will affect approximately 35 employees. Information and Cultural Industries Other Type of Event ON
According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Saskatoon's housing market is showing moderate signs of overvaluation and overbuilding. Regina is also showing evidence of overbuilding. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Other Type of Event SK
According to the Province's weekly crop report, 99% of crops have been harvested to date. Some producers report higher than average yields in the north, while southern areas are reporting average or below-average yields due to dry and hot conditions during this year's growing season. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event SK
PotashCorp is halting production at its Allan and Lanigan mines for a total of 18 weeks starting in November. The number of affected workers is unknown. Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Layoff SK
The last remaining section of Regina's Mosaic Stadium was demolished on October 27. The area is being converted into a mixed-use development. Construction Job Creation SK
The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association collected donations of money, fencing and hay to help producers affected by the October 17 wildfires. The association is looking for trucking companies to get the hay out to farmers and ranchers. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Other Type of Event SK

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