Explore Careers - Job Market Report
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Local Employment Potential Information
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No employment outlook has been assigned to Engineer officers, water transport (NOC 2274) in the Fredericton - Oromocto region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Jun 26 - Jun 30, 2017
- Sisson Mine Ltd. has received federal environmental approval to build a tungsten and molybdenum mine in central NB. Construction is expected to create 500 jobs, with another 300 coming online during the mine's 27-year lifespan.
- Sobeys is opening a Foodland store in a temporary location in Minto, located near the former store which was destroyed by fire earlier in June. Some of the 32 employees from the previous store will be working at the new location. The company hopes to have the new store open by mid-August.
- Canopy Growth Corp, Canada's biggest licensed marijuana producer, is planning to open a 100,000 sq.-ft. indoor production facility in Fredericton. Details regarding timeline have yet to be finalised.
- Sunset Heights Meadery has partnered with the owners of the Pumphouse Brewery and Pioneer Mountain Estates Winery, renting additional space and equipment in order to boost production. The expansion will allow the company to stock products at more than 30 NB Liquor outlets across the province this summer.
- The Fredericton Chamber of Commerce's business immigrant mentorship program graduated 17 newcomers, from five different countries, from its five-month business development program at the Planet Hatch office in Knowledge Park. The program is meant to ease the transition for investors and business owners from their home countries to NB.
- A Foodland in Minto was destroyed by fire, resulting in loss of employment for an estimated 30-40 people, including part-time workers. This was the village's only grocery store.
- Kingsclear First Nation is building a new convenience store and gas bar along Route 102, which is set to open in July. The store that the community currently runs employs 16 people full-time and several more on a part-time, call-in basis.
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