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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Jan 08 - Jan 12, 2018
- FiveFive Queen, a $30M development is underway in downtown Moncton. The eight-storey project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2018 and will include a restaurant, 72 hotel rooms, as well as 29 leased and 41 owned condos.
- Usva Spa Nordik will open a $2.6M Nordic-style thermotherapy spa next month in Moncton. The two-storey 6,400 sq.-ft. building will include a 1,000 sq.-ft. sauna space and have a licensed bistro. Massage therapy will also be offered, but not aesthetic services.
- The Corey Craig Group will build a $17M Hyatt hotel near Moncton's event centre. Construction will begin in spring 2018, and the 120-room hotel is scheduled to open in 2020. (available in French only)
- The Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre in Shediac is set to open a new 19,000 sq.-ft. facility in September 2018. The $3.1M centre will be on Calder Street and will have emergency beds, a medical exam room, transitional housing and counselling rooms.
- The Corey Craig Group paid $3M for a parcel of land next to the Downtown Event Centre in Moncton with plans to build a 120-room Hyatt Hotel. Rice Contracting Ltd will begin construction on the $17M project in the spring of 2018, with completion by early 2020.
- The Shot Lab, a high-tech basketball training facility in Moncton, is shutting down 15 months after it opened. The owners state that they needed about 8% of the local basketball community to become members to be sustainable, which didn't happen.
- New England-based company Aspen Technology has purchased a major product from Moncton's RtTech Software, as well as some associated assets. The Moncton company will use the capital from this sale to grow its operations with its other product lines.
- Moncton-based Codiac Transpo has approval to hire 21 drivers. The company is also making changes to better recruit and retain bus drivers. New employees will now be guaranteed at least 30 hours a week and applicants don't need a bus licence when they apply.
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