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The following news present significant events from the past four weeks that may affect the supply and demand in the labour force in Ontario.

The City of Ottawa started the first phase of the $50M Bank Street reconstruction

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-06-12
  • Ottawa Region, ON

The Sweet North Bakery, a café and bakery, opened its third location in Thunder Bay

  • Job creation
  • Accommodation and food services
  • Added on 2024-06-30
  • Northwest Region, ON

Four local union chapters received a total of $3.6M from the provincial government to support four training projects and one building expansion project, benefiting up to 3,800 workers in the skilled trades in Hamilton and the surrounding areas

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-07-02
  • Hamilton–Niagara Peninsula Region, ON

The City of Barrie announced a $110M investment for over 20 infrastructure improvements, including road construction and repaving projects

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-07-02
  • Kitchener–Waterloo–Barrie Region, ON

Canopy Support Services, an autism service team, is partnering with Northumberland Christian School to open a Cobourg clinic in the fall

  • Job creation
  • Health care and social assistance
  • Added on 2024-07-01
  • Muskoka–Kawarthas Region, ON

The provincial government announced an investment of approximately $1B to refurbish eight hydroelectric generating stations in Eastern Ontario, which is expected to create 500 jobs

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-06-27
  • Ontario

MDA Space, a Brampton-based space technology company, is receiving $999.8M from the federal government to develop and deliver Canadarm3, a robotic system for the Gateway space station

  • Other type of event
  • Manufacturing
  • Added on 2024-06-27
  • Toronto Region, ON

Final Score Sports Bar, a 3,500-sq.-ft. restaurant, opened in Renfrew

A new health clinic opened inside the Mallorytown Pharmacy and Health Centre in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville

  • Job creation
  • Health care and social assistance
  • Added on 2024-07-02
  • Ottawa Region, ON

Farm Boy is opening a location in Port Credit in Mississauga on July 18

  • Job creation
  • Retail trade
  • Added on 2024-06-26
  • Toronto Region, ON

Brightshores Health Systems, Hanover and District Hospital, and South Bruce Grey Health Centre received over $2.7M from the provincial government to support critical infrastructure upgrades and repairs

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-06-24
  • Stratford–Bruce Peninsula Region, ON

The River Institute is receiving $1.75M from the federal government to support its 1,500-sq.-ft. biology research lab expansion in Cornwall and purchase equipment

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-07-01
  • Ottawa Region, ON

Phoenix Building Component Inc., a timber manufacturer and wholesale distributor, is investing $2.5M into the construction of a 6,000-sq.-ft. facility in Sundridge, with expected completion in early 2025

The Township of Tecumseh is receiving $3.6M from the federal government, in addition to the Town’s contribution of $4.9M, to upgrade its Cedarwood sanitary pumping station

  • Job creation
  • Construction
  • Added on 2024-06-28
  • Windsor-Sarnia Region, ON

Seven economic development projects in Timmins received a total of more than $3.3M from the provincial government to help enhance infrastructure and create jobs

  • Other type of event
  • Added on 2024-06-27
  • Northeast Region, ON

Ubisoft Toronto Inc., a video game development studio, is laying off 33 employees

  • Layoff
  • Information and cultural industries
  • Added on 2024-07-01
  • Toronto Region, ON

The Children's Aid Society for London & Middlesex is ending its family visiting program and laying off 23 staff

  • Layoff
  • Health care and social assistance
  • Added on 2024-06-27
  • London Region, ON

Hamilton Bus Lines, a division of Attridge Transportation Inc., is laying off about 100 school bus drivers

  • Layoff
  • Transportation and warehousing
  • Added on 2024-07-02
  • Muskoka–Kawarthas Region, ON

The Government of Canada announced an investment of $18.4M in eight food manufacturers across southern Ontario

  • Job creation
  • Manufacturing
  • Added on 2024-06-28
  • Ontario
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  • Week of 2024-06-20 to 2024-06-26
    • Martinrea International Inc., an automotive supplier, will invest nearly $35M to expand its Ridgetown facility, to be completed by early 2025

      martinrea.com
    • Il Fornello, an Italian restaurant chain, opened a new location in Sherwood Village in Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • The University of Windsor will lay off 10 workers and close the University Players, which is a production arm within the school for the dramatic arts

      cbc.ca
    • Beton Inc. began upgrades on Cowan’s Bay bridge, expected to be completed by the end of October

      thepeterboroughexaminer.com
    • McPherson-Andrews Contracting Limited was awarded a $1.2M contract by the Municipality of Meaford for replacement of a bridge over Bothwell’s Creek

      bayshorebroadcasting.ca
    • The City of Windsor and the Essex County Soccer Association invested a total of $3M for a soccer field at the McHugh Soccer Complex in Windsor, with construction expected to begin in the fall or winter, and be completed by spring 2025

      windsorstar.com
    • PK Construction Inc. will receive $1.2M from Norfolk County and the federal government to upgrade and expand the Waterford library, expected to begin in late summer or early fall

      chathamdailynews.ca
    • Carpenters’ Regional Council and College of Carpenters and Allied Trades received around $5.5M and $895K, respectively, from the provincial government to train over 1,000 carpenters across Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • Spark Centre, an Oshawa-based business incubator and Georgian Bay Business Accelerator in Collingwood received $2M and $400K, respectively, from the federal government

      betakit.com
    • Sensor Technology Ltd. invested $3.3M, including $500K from the provincial government, to hire 11 staff and expand their Collingwood facilities

      barrietoday.com
    • Virica Biotech Inc., Genvira Biosciences Inc., and Capital BioVentures, three life sciences companies in Ottawa, received a total of $8.75M from the federal government

      canada.ca
    • The federal government invested over $10M in six tech and AI companies in Ottawa

      canada.ca
    • The Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario announced a joint $8.1M investment to develop affordable housing units in Orillia

      ontario.ca
    • PCL Construction Inc. started building the Toronto Zoo Community Conservation Centre, a facility for animal research and habitat

      torontozoo.com
    • Levy Canada laid off over 50 food service workers employed at the Ontario Science Centre

      thestar.com
    • Construction has started on a $9.9M provincial government funded expansion of J.J. O'Neill Catholic School in Napanee

      napaneebeaver.ca
    • Six municipalities and the Ontario Professional Fire Fighters Association are receiving more than $10M in total from the provincial government to build five new training centres and to deliver training to firefighters

      ontario.ca
    • Construction started on a new 61,000-sq.-ft. Peel Region Police station in Brampton, and is set to open by early 2027

      insauga.com
    • Grand Erie District School Board received $67.1M from the provincial government to build a new public elementary school in Brantford

      ctvnews.ca
    • ROCK Networks Inc., a communications systems integrator, is receiving over $97M from the federal and provincial governments to connect over 18,600 households in Northern Ontario to high-speed internet

      ontario.ca
    • SMS Equipment Inc., a heavy equipment dealer, expanded its Timmins facility, creating over 100 jobs

      smsequipment.com
    • Waste Management of Canada Corporation plans to build two new recycling facilities in Waterloo Region and the Greater Napanee area. They are expected to be complete by the end of 2025

      citynews.ca
    • Element5, a mass timber manufacturer, is investing $100M to expand their St. Thomas facility, which will create nearly 200 new jobs

      ctvnews.ca
    • Broccolini started construction on a 1.3M-sq.ft. warehouse in Innisfil owned by DSV Solutions, a Danish transport and logistics company. It is expected to open in summer 2025 and will create 225 jobs.

      www.dsv.com
    • Chuck's Roadhouse Bar and Grill is opening a location in Milton

      inhalton.com
    • Olives Casual Cuisine in Sarnia closed permanently

      thesarniajournal.ca
    • Straiko's by the Lake, a restaurant, opened in Port Burwell

      thechronicle-online.com
  • Week of 2024-06-13 to 2024-06-19
    • Work has begun on the $20M reconstruction project on Bayview Drive in Barrie, expected to be completed in 2026

      ctvnews.ca
    • Chuck’s Roadhouse Bar and Grill opened in Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Westinghouse Electric Company LLC. opened their Canadian Global Engineering Hub in Kitchener, expected to create 100 engineering jobs by 2025

      ctvnews.ca
    • Weeneebayko Area Health Authority will receive $1.24B from the federal government to support the design and construction of a 37-bed hospital in Moosonee

      cbc.ca
    • Wingstop, an American fast-food chain, is opening a location in Toronto`s North York

      retail-insider.com
    • Microbix Biosystems Inc. received $5.2M from the federal and provincial governments to expand its medical devices manufacturing capacity in Mississauga

      canadianmanufacturing.com
    • The provincial government will launch a new Youth Wellness Hub in Thunder Bay, opening in 2025

      ontario.ca
    • Seven Generations Education Institute and AgriTech North are receiving a total of $149,880 from the provincial government to support the expansion of local Indigenous transportation initiatives in Kenora

      gregrickfordmpp.ca
    • Porter Airlines will double its number of flights from Toronto’s International Pearson Airport to Las Vegas and Los Angeles, starting August 29 and September 5 respectively

      insauga.com
    • UNITY Fitness Harbourfront, a 45,000-sq.-ft. facility, opened in Toronto

      newswire.ca
    • Dynacare opened a laboratory and health services centre in Port Elgin

      shorelinebeacon.com
    • Chick-Fil-A will open a location in Ottawa’s Rideau Centre this fall

      ctvnews.ca
    • Bvlgari has opened a flagship jewelry store in downtown Toronto

      retail-insider.com
    • Sobeys will close its mid-town Toronto grocery store at the end of July, with a Farm Boy scheduled to open in the same location in early 2025

      blogto.com
    • Seven AI-enhanced image-guided therapy projects received $32M from INOVAIT and the Government of Canada

      inovait.ca
    • Bel-Con Design Builders LTD. has started repairs on Pembroke's Kinsmen Pool with $1M from the City of Pembroke and its partners, aiming for a September reopening.

      pembrokeobserver.com
    • CLH Developmental Support Services, a Midland-based family support service organization, will lay off 32 staff and close two programs effective July 26

      ctvnews.ca
    • Black Friday Bins, a discount store, opened a location in the Riverside Plaza in Windsor

      windsorite.ca
    • The Kemptville District Hospital started construction on an addition for a new CT scanner site, expected to open in December 2024

      gananoquereporter.com
    • Live Nation Canada will operate a live music and entertainment venue in a 60,000-sq.-ft. building in Ottawa, expected to open in late 2025 following renovations

      .obj.ca
    • Cardinal Health Canada Inc. opened a 163,000-sq.-ft. medical supply distribution centre in Vaughan

      yorkregion.com
  • Week of 2024-06-06 to 2024-06-14
    • The Canadian National Exhibit is hiring for its yearly event, running from August 16 to September 2 at Toronto's Exhibition Place

      mississauga.com
    • Three Niagara Region-based projects will receive $4.7M from the provincial government to provide free training to 2,318 youth, apprentices, and jobseekers to prepare them for in-demand careers in the skilled trades

      ontario.ca
    • COBS Bread opened in East Windsor

      windsorite.ca
    • The Government of Ontario invested over $375k to build new infrastructure at Silent Lake Provincial Park

      lauriescottmpp.com
    • Limoncello Bistro, a local restaurant, closed in Barrie

      ctvnews.ca
    • The City of Kingston hired eight family physicians to reduce the waitlist for people seeking family doctors

      kingstonthisweek.com
    • The City of Greater Sudbury and the Canadian Tree Nursery Association received $500K from the federal government to increase skilled labour in the tree nursery sector and to support forestry restoration efforts

      canada.ca
    • Little Learners, a new childcare centre, opened in St. George, Brant County

      brantfordexpositor.ca
    • Windsor City Council approved the construction of a $15.4M ice rink in front of City Hall, expected to open by the end of this year

      cbc.ca
    • Smitty's Fine Furniture opened a new store in Barrie

      ctvnews.ca
    • WM Intellectual Property Holdings, L.L.C. began construction on a new recycling facility in Roblin, north of Napanee, expected to be completed by 2025

      napaneebeaver.ca
    • Brightshores Health System opened its new 45-bed Wellness and Recovery Centre for Mental Health and Addictions in Owen Sound

      brightshores.ca
    • Here for Now Theatre will convert the 1,350-sq.-ft. Perth County Registry Office in Stratford into a 60-seat micro black box theatre space for its 2025 season

      stratfordtoday.ca
    • The City of Brampton will hire 26 full-time and 14 part-time bylaw enforcement officers

      cbc.ca
    • The Mining Innovation Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corp and Electra Battery Materials Corporation are receiving $5M each from the federal government to support the critical minerals sector in the Greater Sudbury area

      canada.ca
    • Construction began on the $10M Ridgeway Centre, part of Phase 1 of the retail commercial development project in Ridgeway. A McDonald's and an LCBO are expected to open in the plaza this year.

      niagarathisweek.com
    • The Ontario College of Business and Technology Flight Centre has opened in the Goderich Regional Airport

      cknxnewstoday.ca
    • Alexi, a Toronto-based legaltech startup, plans to grow from 23 to 60 employees this year, hiring for various positions

      betakit.com
    • INEOS Styrolution Canada, a plastics manufacturer in Sarnia, has been shut down since April and announced it will permanently close in June 2026, resulting in 80 layoffs

      cbc.ca
    • Telehouse Canada launched three data centres in downtown Toronto

      newswire.ca
    • Vuteq Canada Inc., Trans-Mit Steel Inc., Armtec Inc., and MTO Metal Products Ltd. are investing $93M with $11.4M in support from the provincial government to expand manufacturing capabilities, creating 187 jobs across Oxford County

      ontario.ca
    • By 2026, the Government of Ontario plans to add 632 beds to adult correctional facilities across the province and hire approximately 200 additional correctional staff to support the increased capacity

      ontario.ca
    • The City of Kitchener began construction on a new $144M net-zero multi-purpose indoor recreation facility at RBJ Schlegel Park

      ontarioconstructionnews.com
    • Simons will invest $75M to open locations in the Yorkdale Shopping Centre and the CF Toronto Eaton Centre by fall 2025, creating around 400 new retail jobs

      newswire.ca
    • Nike will open an 18K-sq.-ft. flagship location at Toronto's CF Eaton Centre in 2025

      todocanada.ca
  • Week of 2024-05-30 to 2024-06-07
    • Construction began on a twin tower apartment complex in Brantford, featuring 400 new units and other amenities

      brantfordexpositor.ca
    • Sudbury Peace Tower Housing, a 38-unit affordable housing complex, received $12M jointly from the provincial and federal governments to support its construction, which will be completed by 2025

      sudbury.com
    • The Revery Toronto Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton, opened its 224-room hotel

      newswire.ca
    • MaRS Discovery District laid off staff at its Toronto innovation hub

      theglobeandmail.com
    • Three projects within the Niagara Region will receive $504K from the federal government to support tourism

      thoroldtoday.ca
    • Sydenham Campus, a 45,000-sq.-ft. regional skills training, trades, and innovation centre, opened in Owen Sound

      grey.ca
    • Shake Shack, an American fast-food chain opened a 5,500-sq.-ft. location in Toronto’s downtown

      www.msn.com
    • Air Canada is expanding its services to India starting late October 2024, non-stop flights from Toronto to Mumbai will run four times a week

      aero
    • Group Health Centre in Sault Ste. Marie will receive $2.8M from the provincial government to open a nurse practitioner led Access Care Clinic

      cbc.ca
    • Belleville Christian School officially opened its new location in May, expecting to enroll around 230 students in September

      quintenews.com
    • Sunset Grill opened at the Eastcourt Plaza in Cornwall, hiring up to 17 people

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Home Hardware has announced corporate layoffs, although the exact number of staff impacted remains unknown at this time

      citynews.ca
    • JobFairX is hosting a virtual job fair for technology jobs in Toronto on June 18

      eventbrite.ca
    • Algoma University will hire 194 additional staff and invest about $44M for the construction of the Makwa Waakaa'igan centre, an animal care facility, and a laboratory at Sault Ste. Marie, and a new 500-bed student residence in Brampton

      algomau.ca
    • Kiwanis All-Wheel Park, a $901K skate park in North Bay, is undergoing construction and will complete this fall

      nugget.ca
    • Three infrastructure development projects in the Wawa Region will receive $552K from the provincial government to improve community infrastructure, promote Indigenous culture, create jobs, and boost tourism and recreation opportunities

      nohfc.ca
    • Four film and television projects in North Bay will receive $3.5M from the provincial government

      nohfc.ca
    • Dr. Erin L. Axt Optometry Professional Corporation has received about $349K from the provincial government to expand its operational capacity and improve access to optometry services in Parry Sound

      nohfc.ca
    • The Ontario Court of Justice will receive over $29M from the provincial government to appoint at least 25 new judges and hire 190 Crown prosecutors

      ontario.ca
    • The Southern Frontenac Community Services opened the newly expanded Grace Centre in Sydenham, a hub for senior community and recreation activities

      kingstonist.com
    • The federal government and the City of Toronto are investing $14.12M for the Blackhurst Cultural Centre's second phase expansion, expected to be completed by 2025

      canada.ca
    • Kebab King, a Middle Eastern restaurant, opened in the Maplewood Plaza in Cornwall

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Construction on a 38,000-sq.-ft. Longo’s store is underway in Kitchener. Once operational this fall, it will employ about 150 people.

      therecord.com
    • The Government of Ontario has awarded three contracts for the construction of nine new train station shelters, enhancements to rail safety, and upgrades to warning systems, aiming to reinstate train service between Timmins and Toronto, with construction set to begin this summer

      ontario.ca
    • Sanofi, a global pharmaceutical company, opened a vaccine production plant in Toronto

      globalnews.ca
  • Week of 2024-05-23 to 2024-05-31
    • peopleCare Communities Inc., a retirement living and long-term care services provider, is building a new long-term care home behind its current Tavistock facility, adding 28 new beds and creating over 40 new jobs once it opens this fall

      woodstocksentinelreview.com
    • Grand Erie District School Board, the City of Brantford, and the Brantford Public Library jointly invested $34M to construct a 108,000-sq.-ft. elementary school in West Brant starting in July and to be completed by fall 2026

      brantfordexpositor.ca
    • Greta Bar, a 12,500-sq.-ft. arcade bar, opened in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Lulu Bar, a restaurant, opened in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • OC Transpo, Ottawa's transit service, held a job fair to hire 450 bus operators, 36 Para Transpo operators, 48 operator trainees, and 36 maintenance trainees

      cbc.ca
    • The Greater-Essex County District School Board received $7.6M from the provincial government to expand two elementary schools in South Windsor, with completions targeted by the start of the 2025/26 academic year

      windsorstar.com
    • Halton Region Conservation Authority will receive $570K from the provincial government to enhance wetlands in Carlisle Conservation Area

      oakvillenews.org
    • The Orono Arena in Clarington is undergoing $3M in upgrades and is expected to reopen in September

      insauga.com
    • The Town of Kirkland Lake received over $2.3M from the federal government for accessibility and energy-efficient upgrades at the Joe Mavrinac Community Complex

      northernnews.ca
    • The provincial government is providing more than $2.8M to create 89 job placement opportunities across the Sudbury region

      nohfc.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $684K into a new action centre that will support 3,179 laid-off workers impacted by the retooling of Ford Motor Company of Canada's Halton plant

      canadianmanufacturing.com
    • Antoine Nation is receiving $200K from the federal government to support the construction of a 5,000-sq.-ft. multi-use facility in Mattawa, creating 14 construction jobs and 24 training and development opportunities

      canada.ca
    • IHOP opened in Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • Centre de Santé Communautaire de Timmins received over $16M from the provincial government to support the planning and construction of a new health center, expected to be completed by May 2025

      timminstoday.com
    • A new 108-unit apartment complex in Sault Ste. Marie received a $25M repayable loan from the federal government to support construction, it is expected to be completed by late 2025

      saultstar.com
    • Kingston Home Base Non-Profit Housing Inc. has begun constructing the Kingston Youth Services Hub, featuring 38 supportive housing units and facilities for homeless and vulnerable youth. It is set to be completed by end of 2025.

      kingstonist.com
    • Parkhill Meats Limited, a slaughtering plant, received $2.4M from the provincial government to help construct a new processing facility in Middlesex County, expected to be completed by 2025, creating an additional 20 jobs

      farms.com
    • The Simcoe County District School Board will be hiring 72 additional staff for the 2024-25 school year to accommodate an increase in enrolments

      barrietoday.com
    • West Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Hamilton received an increase of $975K to its annual budget to improve midwifery access and establish a new outpatient newborn clinic

      hamiltonhealthsciences.ca
    • York District School board will receive $30M from the provincial government for a new elementary school in Markham, construction is expected to be completed by 2028

      yorkregion.com
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $30M to support repairs for roads and bridges in 19 municipalities across the province

      ontario.ca
    • South Common Community Centre and Library in Mississauga, with help form the provincial government, will undergo $61M in major renovations and upgrades over the next three years

      insauga.com
  • Week of 2024-05-16 to 2024-05-22
    • Longo's opened its fifth location in Mississauga’s Meadowvale neighbourhood

      mississauga.com
    • PiiComm Inc., a tech company, and Ferme Marseni Inc., a food producer, have received repayable loans from the federal government of $1.7M and $750K respectively, creating 20 and nine jobs in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell

      thereview.ca
    • Waterworks Food Hall, a 55,000-sq.-ft. gourmet food emporium featuring over 20 vendors, is set to open its first phase in Toronto’s Entertainment District this June

      retail-insider.com
    • Shelter Furniture will be closing its store in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • The City of Brantford started the Brantford Police Service redevelopment project that will be a three-storey, 127,217-sq.-ft., net-zero carbon build. Construction is expected to take 30 months.

      brantfordexpositor.ca
    • Maple Leaf Foods Inc. will close its Brantford plant in early 2025, eliminating 170 jobs. Affected employees may be relocated to plants in Guelph, London, and Hamilton.

      lfpress.com
    • Niagara Falls Public Library closed its Chippawa branch

      niagarafallsreview.ca
    • Single Bean Coffee, a coffee shop in Oakville, recently opened

      insidehalton.com
    • Six Nations Polytechnic, an Indigenous institute in Brantford, received $2.8M from the Government of Canada to enhance energy efficiency and accessibility of its campus

      academica.ca
    • Oak View Group, LLC, a global sports and entertainment company, began a $280M renovation project for the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, expected to be completed by Fall 2025

      newswire.ca
    • The provincial government is providing $30M to the York Region District School Board for a new elementary school in Holland Landing and $6.8M to the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board for expanding a high school in Bradford

      innisfiltoday.ca
    • Zehrs grocery store opened in Barrie at a former Loblaws on Bayfield Street

      ctvnews.ca
    • Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology opened a tuition-free pre-apprenticeship program for individuals interested in the automotive service technician occupation in Sault Ste. Marie

      sootoday.com
    • The Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario will receive nearly $195K from the federal government to support new and young indigenous farmers, creating at least 24 new farm businesses in Northern Ontario

      thesudburystar.com
    • Pita Land, a shawarma restaurant, and Mo’Cha Bubble Tea opened in early May in Sudbury

      thesudburystar.com
    • Eco Carbon Foam Inc., an insulation manufacturer, received $185K from the federal government to increase production capabilities and create more jobs in Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Downtown Port Elgin's main street will be resurfaced with $2.6M in funding from the provincial government through the Connecting Links program, the project is expected to complete by Spring 2025

      thepost.on.ca
    • Kawartha Audiology and Hearing Aids clinic, and FleeFlo Physiotherapy clinic opened in Norwood

      thepeterboroughexaminer.com
    • The City of Sarnia will open its new $3M Clearwater Terminal on May 27

      thesarniajournal.ca
    • The Lambton Kent District School Board received an increase in funding from $3.8M to $6.1M from the provincial government for two new classrooms and a new daycare space at Errol Village Public School with construction starting this July

      Errol Village Public School expansion to receive additional money - The Sarnia Journal
    • Ottawa Police Service will open a new police hub in the Rideau Centre in June and will receive $48M over three years from the provincial government to address community and public safety

      ctvnews.ca
    • BRKFREE, a 25,000-sq.-ft. restaurant and bar will open in Mississauga in July

      blogto.com
    • Sleep Country Canada opened a new location in Toronto’s Scarborough Town Centre

      newswire.ca
  • Week of 2024-05-09 to 2024-05-15
    • East End Health Home, DK Health Home, and Greater Napanee Health Home are expanding in the Frontenac, Lennox and Addington area to help up to 9,000 residents in Eastern Ontario get access to family doctors and primary care

      ctvnews.ca
    • Ford Motor Company of Canada delayed the launch of its electric vehicle production to 2027, causing layoffs in its Oakville manufacturing plant

      insauga.com
    • Leeward House, a transitional housing facility, opened in Prince Edward County, supporting nine individuals transitioning from homelessness to stable living arrangements

      napaneetoday.ca
    • The Church Street parking garage in Oakville will be closed for a year for renovations that include waterproofing and the updating of payment systems and elevators

      insauga.com
    • The Government of Ontario announced an additional 300 weekly GO train trips to routes throughout the Greater Toronto Area beginning April 28

      cbc.ca
    • The Association des Francophones de la Région de York received $200K from the provincial government to develop new French-language programs and expand services in the community

      newmarkettoday.ca
    • The provincial government invested around $276K in the transit services of Brockville and North Grenville to expand their service hours, increase routes, purchase new vehicles, and improve accessibility

      recorder.ca
    • The North Lambton Community Health Centre will invest $537K in Chatham-Kent Community Health Centres to increase access to preventative and health promotion care and services for children under the age of five

      thesarniajournal.ca
    • Construction is underway on a $565k off-leash dog park in Caledon and will be completed by May 2024

      caledonenterprise.com
    • The provincial government is investing $750K in projects aimed at increasing access to outdoor spaces, housing and transportation for older adults and people with disabilities across Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government invested around $1.8M in the transit services of Belleville, Quinte West, and Prince Edward County to expand their service hours, increase routes, purchase new vehicles, and improve accessibility

      quintenews.com
    • The Government of Ontario invested $5M across communities in the province to help prepare for and respond to emergencies

      ontario.ca
    • A building permit has been issued for a $5.07M renovation project in the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation building in downtown Sault Ste. Marie

      sootoday.com
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $9.5M to support projects in the transportation and heating and cooling sectors to make the province's electricity system more efficient

      ontario.ca
    • The federal government is investing more than $655M over eight years to enhance Canadian Security Intelligence Service's capabilities and presence in Toronto

      cp24.com
    • The Village of South River received $150K from the provincial government to build an accessible trail to Tom Thompson Park

      northbaynipissing.com
    • FN Good Food, a restaurant, opened in Pembroke

      ctvnews.ca
    • The Little Cubs Learning Centre has opened in Port Elgin adding 106 childcare spaces

      cknxnewstoday.ca
    • Construction will close one side of the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward for a $7M repair and maintenance project that is expected to be completed by October 22nd

      theobserver.ca
    • Sifton Properties, a developer, and Homes Unlimited, a non-profit housing provider, will convert an empty building in downtown London into 94 residential units with construction expected to be completed by fall 2025

      cbc.ca
    • Construction for the Hospice of Elgin in St. Thomas has begun and is expected be completed in 12 to 14 months

      stthomastimesjournal.com
    • The provincial government is investing $2.9M to prevent homelessness in Oxford County

      heartfm.ca
    • The provincial government is investing nearly $6.4M to connect over 23,000 people to primary care teams in the London area, Lambton, and Chatham-Kent

      ontario.ca
    • Clifford Restoration Ltd. began the $675K renovation of the Boer War Memorial in Windsor

      windsorstar.com
    • Women Building Futures, an Alberta-based non-profit organization, has expanded to Sarnia-Lambton, creating four jobs

      theobserver.ca
    • The St. Clair Catholic District School Board will spend $7.4M on infrastructure upgrades

      chathamvoice.com
    • The Halton Hills Fire Department is hiring part-time firefighters at the Acton fire station

      haltonhillstoday.ca
    • Halton Regional Police Service hired 13 police officers

      haltonhillstoday.ca
    • Horizon Legacy will develop 26 residential units in Gananoque, with construction expected to begin in June

      recorder.ca
    • The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands began construction on a new fire station in Seeley’s Bay that is expected to be completed by January 2025

      recorder.ca
    • Cornerstone Housing for Women moved to a new location in Ottawa. It is expanding its operations and hiring new staff for their new location and supportive housing building.

      ctvnews.ca
    • Gage Park in Brampton is undergoing a revitalization construction project that will be completed by November 2024

      bramptonguardian.com
    • The Township of Uxbridge announced the installation of four tennis and four pickleball courts at the Fields of Uxbridge, set to be completed by mid-2025

      durhamregion.com
    • The City of Kawartha Lakes started the rehabilitation of the Trent Canal Bridge on Fenel Road that is expected to be completed by August 2024

      kawartha411.ca
    • The City of Kawartha Lakes started a reconstruction project to install new underground infrastructure on Ellice Street in Fenelon Falls that is expected to be completed in October 2024

      kawartha411.ca
    • Voyago and Middlesex County Connect launched a new bus route driving between Dorchester, London, and St. Thomas in April

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • The Ottawa Police Service hired 32 police officers in the first three months of 2024

      ctvnews.ca
    • Hastings-Quinte Paramedic Services hired 16 full-time paramedics in May

      quintenews.com
    • Hastings-Quinte Paramedic Services is hiring about 50 paramedics to help combat staff shortages in Hastings County

      intelligencer.ca
    • The Thames Valley District School Board announced the tender for construction of the nearly $32M elementary school in north Woodstock. It will create space for 850 new students and 90 childcare spaces.

      ctvnews.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $80M in the expansion of a high school in Milton, a new catholic elementary school in Georgetown and a new French catholic secondary school in Milton creating 1,383 new student and 225 childcare spaces

      insidehalton.com
    • The Ontario Government is investing up to $200M over three years to support communities with new and revitalized local sport and recreation facilities

      ontario.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $1.3B in the construction and expansion of 60 schools across the province. This will create 27,093 new student spaces and 1,759 childcare spaces.

      ontario.ca
    • Thermon Group Holdings, an industrial process heating provider, finished upgrades to its plants in Orillia and Oakville. The enhancements will allow for technologies enabling the electrification and decarbonization of process heating systems.

      orilliamatters.com
    • Skills2Advance Try a Trade in Brantford is a free job training program providing a seven-week introduction to welding, machining, metal fabrication, computer-aided design, electronics and robotics. Intake is occurring for classes starting on Aug. 12, Sept. 23 and Nov. 4, and participants will conclude training with an eight-week paid placement.

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is providing $3.1M to help build eight supportive housing units in Pembroke and $5M to help create an energy efficient three-storey building with 43 one-bedroom units in downtown Hamilton

      ontarioconstructionnews.com
    • Brokk, a remote-controlled demolition machine manufacturer, opened a 4,000-sq.-ft. distribution centre in Hamilton

      brokk.com
    • The St. Clair Catholic District School Board will spend $7.4M in infrastructure upgrades in Southwestern Ontario

      chathamvoice.com
    • Grand Valley Roofing & Coatings Inc. was awarded $351K and John Kenyon Limited $1.1M, by the City of Stratford for roof work at the William Allman Memorial Arena

      stratfordtoday.ca
    • The Governments of Canada and Ontario invested over $4.4M to bring reliable high-speed internet to 1,771 families, farms, and businesses in Wellington County

      elorafergustoday.com
    • The Government of Ontario awarded a $16M contract to AECOM for the design of the western 6.5km portion of the Bradford Bypass. Construction is expected to begin in 2025, and would support approximately 2,200 jobs annually.

      barrietoday.com
    • Kyndryl Canada Limited, an IT infrastructure services provider, opened a security operations centre in Barrie

      barrietoday.com
    • Chipotle Mexican Grill will open a location in Guelph this fall, creating approximately 30 positions

      guelphtoday.com
    • Limitless Tire, an automotive service and customization center, opened in Kitchener

      yahoo.com
    • KidsAbility opened a new location in Kitchener to accommodate the demand for pediatric services

      ctvnews.ca
    • iQ Offices, a Canadian-based co-working operator, is undertaking major renovations for King of Bay, a 14-storey heritage building in Toronto. The company is expected to operate in the building this fall.

      constructconnect.com
    • Belleville Fire and Emergency Services is planning to hire four captains and four firefighters as of January 2025

      recorder.ca
    • Lodge at Canine Field Co, a dog retreat, opened in North Bay

      baytoday.ca
    • Ed Seguin and Sons Trucking and Paving Ltd. received $9.6M from the North Bay City Council for McKeown Avenue upgrades, with work beginning this summer and set to be completed by fall 2025

      nugget.ca
    • The Crisis Centre North Bay will oversee the construction completion of the third phase of its Northern Pines transitional housing complex this fall. This expansion will add 24 apartment units to the complex, increasing the total number of units to 60.

      cbc.ca
    • Northern College in Timmins renewed a three-year partnership with Interfor Corporation to collaborate on recruitment and employment initiatives in the forestry sector. Five students are set to secure full-time employment this year through the agreement.

      timminspress.com
    • Two Franco-Ontarian organizations are receiving $308.6K from the federal government over three years to support several French-language community programs, cultural activities, and partnerships. The funding will create one youth intern position in the Temiskaming District.

      canada.ca
    • The City of Thunder Bay is receiving $2.7M from the provincial government over the next three years to create a mobile crisis response team aimed at providing mental health and addictions support

      cbc.ca
    • The federal government is providing over $500K to create 28 youth internship placements over three years for students in Northwestern Ontario

      tbnewswatch.com
    • The provincial government is providing more than $787K to create 24 job placement opportunities across the Nipissing region

      nohfc.ca
    • Italpasta Ltd., a pasta manufacturer in Brampton, received over $1.7M from the federal government to enhance production. The project created 10 skilled jobs and reduced the company’s energy consumption and carbon footprint by 20 percent.

      canada.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $5M towards mental health and addictions services. The funding will support ten postsecondary institutions in underserved northeastern, eastern and south-central Ontario communities. The investment will support the hiring of nurse practitioners, social workers, psychotherapists, traditional counsellors and healers.

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government is investing more than $4.1M over two years to expand GeriMedRisk, a program that connects seniors with complex medical needs to coordinated care. Up to 21 additional geriatric specialists and pharmacists will be hired with the funding.

      ontario.ca
    • Asahi Kasei Corp. announced plans to open a $1.6 billion EV battery separator plant in Port Colborne, with operations expected to begin in 2027

      cbc.ca
    • The R.H. Saunders Generating Station in Cornwall will undergo a $600M refurbishment funded by the provincial government over the next 16 years, creating over 200 highly skilled jobs

      ontario.ca
    • Construction on the $750M, Skyview 2 Battery Energy Storage System facility in Edwardsburgh-Cardinal, near Brockville, will begin in 2026

      recorder.ca
    • Dollar Tree Stores Canada Inc., a general merchandise retailer, will open a new location in Espanola in June

      myespanolanow.com
  • Week of 2024-05-02 to 2024-05-08
    • Pizza Nova will open its first Orangeville location at the end of May

      financialpost.com
    • Flair Airlines Ltd. introduced a new flight route from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to St. John's, Newfoundland

      regionofwaterloo.ca
    • Extendicare Canada Inc. relocated and expanded its Sudbury facility to a new 256-bed long-term care home on Algonquin Road. The move from the previous resulted in 70 extra beds and required hiring more staff.

      thesudburystar.com
    • Ecole elementaire publique de Marathon, a French-language public school, will be established in the Town of Marathon with $2.3M in funding from the provincial government. The school is expected to open by September 2026 in an unused area of Margaret Twomey Public School.

      cbc.ca
    • The provincial government is increasing the fund for the construction and maintenance of forest access roads by an additional $6M, raising the total to over $59M, thereby enhancing access to northern and Indigenous communities

      kenoraonline.com
    • Bruno’s Contracting Ltd. has been awarded a $2.1M contract to upgrade and pave several roads in the Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge, with all work set to be completed by mid-July

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Marineland will open in Niagara Falls on June 28 in a scaled down capacity and operate seven days a week until September

      globalnews.ca
    • The new Aldershot Farmers Market will open in Burlington from May to October alongside two other existing farmers markets

      insidehalton.com
    • The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is accepting applications for its Focus on Youth summer job program, which will provide 100 eight-week placements with Hamilton organizations

      thespec.com
    • Electronic Distributors International Inc. announced the expansion of its battery sorting facility in Orillia

      simcoe.com
    • Air Canada launched a free bus shuttle service from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • The French, a restaurant, will open in Cambridge’s Gaslight District in July, and is expected to create around 30 jobs

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • The City of Owen Sound has allocated $6.8M for the reconstruction of Alpha Street, with oversight provided by GM BluePlan Engineering Ltd., and construction undertaken by Moorefield Excavating. The project is slated for completion in December.

      owensoundsuntimes.com
    • Canna Cabana, a retail cannabis chain, opened in Owen Sound

      newswire.ca
    • Odd Burger Corporation will open its first Ottawa restaurant location around June 2024

      newswire.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $3.1M to help create eight supportive housing units in Pembroke, four of which will be accessible, with all units expected to be occupied by June 2024

      ontario.ca
    • The Government of Ontario announced $5M in support for construction of 43 affordable housing units in Hamilton’s Landsdale neighbourhood

      chch.com
    • Construction of new water and sewer trunks, along with a new sanitary pumping station, began in Wellington, with completion expected by the end of 2025

      quintenews.com
    • The provincial government invested nearly $1.3M in a Quinte Economic Development Commission’s Elevate Plus project to provide unemployed and underemployed individuals with four weeks of manufacturing skills training

      quintenews.com
    • The provincial government is investing $1.2M to help create six supportive housing units in Whitby

      ontario.ca
    • Canna Cabana, a retail cannabis chain, opened a second location in Ajax

      newswire.ca
    • Curve Lake First Nation will receive $300K from the federal government and $100K from the Jays Care Foundation for the renovation of its baseball facility

      canada.ca
    • The federal government invested $9M in the construction and design of a pedestrian bridge connecting Toronto's mainland to Villiers Island

      canada.ca
    • The Peterborough-Kawartha region received more than $377K to help create two supportive housing units for people experiencing homelessness

      ontario.ca
    • The Shiloh Christian Institute will open a new campus in Pickering this month

      durhamregion.com
    • The Oakwood Hardware, a restaurant in Toronto, will close by the end of May

      blogto.com
    • The provincial government is investing $1.5M into the Summer Company entrepreneurship program to support an additional 250 youths in starting a business, bringing the total investment to more than $4.7M over two years

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government will open a Youth Wellness Hub in Port Hope in 2025, which will provide free mental health, substance use and primary care services

      ontario.ca
    • The Government of Ontario announced $57.7M in funding to construct a junior kindergarten to Grade 12 Catholic school in Wasaga Beach, accommodating 1,008 students spaces and 49 licensed childcare spaces. Construction should finish by 2027.

      barrietoday.com
    • The federal government allocated $59M to the Ottawa Hospital primarily for the construction and operation of a new facility focused on biotherapeutics research and manufacturing

      ctvnews.ca
    • The City of Toronto will receive over $104M from the federal government to host its part of the 2026 FIFA World Cup

      ctvnews.ca
  • Week of 2024-04-25 to 2024-05-01
    • Food Basics relocated one of its Kingston locations to the RioCan Centre. Thirty extra staff were hired for the new store.

      canadiangrocer.com
    • The Orillia Area Community Development Corporation is hosting two free workshops on May 14 for prospective entrepreneurs

      orilliamatters.com
    • Jobs Canada Centre job fair is on May 14 in Toronto

      curiocity.com
    • The Toronto Zoo and Ripley's Aquarium of Canada are hiring for seasonal, part-time and full-time positions

      curiocity.com
    • The Government of Ontario will hire 230 correctional officers over 24 detention centres across the province. Forty-eight positions will be stationed at the Toronto South Detention Centre.

      nowtoronto.com
    • TOOR Hotel will open in downtown Toronto this summer

      blogto.com
    • The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board has allocated $9.24M to four homelessness initiatives, creating 52 supportive housing units for at-risk individuals

      tbnewswatch.com
    • The City of Hamilton currently has around 200 job openings, the majority of which are in the recreation sector to support summer programming, including day camps, wading pools, and Supie programs

      thespec.com
    • Hudson’s Bay Co. announced it would lay off close to 100 people. The impact in Ontario is unknown at this time.

      thecanadianpressnews.ca
    • Pastucci's, an Italian restaurant chain, closed three of its four Toronto locations

      blogto.com
    • Mississauga City Council approved a new 234-unit, 14-storey apartment building development proposal

      mississauga.com
    • Sultan Ahmet Express, a Turkish restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • The North Fork, a restaurant in Hamilton, closed

      cekan.ca
    • Noir, a restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Northwest Employment Works, an employment services provider, has opened at the Confederation College campus in Sioux Lookout with the support of the provincial government

      ckdr.net
    • Canada Learning Code and BrainStation launched a 12-week coding bootcamp for individuals from marginalized populations seeking to enter the tech industry in Thunder Bay

      cbc.ca
    • The Raven & Republic, a bar and restaurant, closed in North Bay

      baytoday.ca
    • Volt Raceway, an indoor go-kart facility, will open in Bowmanville in May

      durhamregion.com
    • MacDonnell Excavating Ltd. was awarded a $2M contract for the reconstruction of 1st Avenue East in Owen Sound. The project is expected to begin in May and wrap up in the beginning of September.

      owensoundsuntimes.com
    • A new after-hours vet clinic will open in Sarnia towards the end of this year

      thesarniajournal.ca
  • Week of 2024-04-18 to 2024-04-24
    • Five junior mining companies will receive a total of $4M from the provincial government to support critical and precious mineral exploration and development efforts

      ontario.ca
    • The Career Education Council is hosting a job fair for youth on May 8 at the Delta Hotels Guelph Conference Centre

      guelphtoday.com
    • Wet'n'Wild Toronto, a recreational waterpark in Brampton, is hiring for 500 positions for their summer opening on June 8, including lifeguards, food service attendants and security officers

      curiocity.com
    • The Kenora District Services Board has allocated more than $1.15M in federal funding to six initiatives addressing homelessness, including supportive housing and youth programs until 2026

      kenoraminerandnews.com
    • Honda Canada Inc., in partnership with the provincial and federal governments, is investing $15B to construct four new manufacturing plants in Alliston, including two facilities related to electric vehicles. This investment will create over 1,000 manufacturing jobs across the province.

      ontario.ca
    • Iqbal Foods Inc., a grocery store chain, closed its Thorncliffe Park location in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Pierogi Me, a specialty grocery store in Burlington, closed permanently

      insidehalton.com
    • Montana's BBQ and Bar in Oakville has permanently closed

      insidehalton.com
    • The Black Horse Restaurant & Bar in Toronto has permanently closed

      blogto.com
    • Retro Rollers opened a pop-up roller skate rink at The Boardwalk in Kitchener. It will be open throughout the summer until August 25.

      citynews.ca
    • Pullman Services Inc. has secured a $3.7M contract from the County of Bruce to repair the Durham Street bridge in Walkerton, with work scheduled to begin in May and conclude in December

      thepost.on.ca
    • MacDonnell Excavating Ltd. was awarded a $925K contract by the Municipality of Grey Highlands for the reconstruction of Alice Street in Flesherton. The project is expected to begin in July and wrap up in the beginning of September.

      bayshorebroadcasting.ca
    • Saint Laurent, a luxury brand, opened a 10,400-sq.-ft. flagship store in Toronto

      retail-insider.com
    • Mott 32, a Cantonese restaurant, will open at the Shangri-La Hotel in Toronto in spring

      curiocity.com
    • Miele, an appliance manufacturer, will open a retail location at Toronto's CF Sherway Gardens in May

      retail-insider.com
    • A $6M road reconstruction project has begun in Point Edward

      thesarniajournal.ca
    • The Sault Ste. Marie YMCA will be terminating 169 positions across its main and satellite daycare centers

      sootoday.com
    • Nuclear component manufacturer BWXT Canada Ltd. is investing $80M in expansions and new equipment in Cambridge and Kitchener. The expansions are expected to be completed in the second half of 2026 and create over 200 jobs.

      newhamburgindependent.ca
    • The provincial government is providing over $403K to create 13 job placements opportunities across the Nickel Belt region

      nohfc.ca
  • Week of 2024-04-11 to 2024-04-17
    • AirSuite Inc., a software design company, was awarded a $2.48M to provide Transport Canada with its flight operation management services, creating 5 jobs

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Mandarin Ogilvie, a Chinese restaurant in Ottawa, will close in June

      ottawacitizen.com
    • Six manufacturing companies across the Nickel Belt region and Greater Sudbury will receive more than $3.4M from the provincial government to upgrade and expand their operations and equipment, creating jobs in Northeastern Ontario

      nohfc.ca
    • CHILL Thai Restaurant & Bar in Toronto has closed

      blogto.com
    • The provincial government is investing nearly $5.3 million in Rickson Ridge Public School in Guelph to create 138 new student spaces

      guelphtoday.com
    • The provincial government is investing $12M to support the widening of Highway 7 from Markham to Pickering

      ontario.ca
    • Sharpe Farm Supplies Ltd., a farm supply and service provider, opened a location in Spring Bay, Nipissing

      manitoulin.com
    • The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury broke ground on their $13M wastewater facility expansion, set to be operational by the end of 2025

      bradfordtoday.ca
    • Four manufacturing companies in Windsor and Leamington are receiving a total of $125M from the provincial government to expand local manufacturing capacity in the automotive and food processing sectors while creating 153 new jobs

      ontario.ca
    • Kenaidan Contracting Ltd. was awarded a $270M tender from the Town of Collingwood for the Raymond A. Barker water treatment plant expansion project, which is expected to be completed in 2031

      orilliamatters.com
    • Ontario Power Generation and General Electric Vernova will receive $1B from the provincial government to refurbish the Sir Adam Beck Complex hydroelectric station in Niagara Falls. This renovation, spanning 15 years and starting in 2025, will generate 200 highly-skilled jobs.

      ontario.ca
    • The LaPointe-Fisher Nursing Home Limited in Guelph will permanently close in November 2024

      citynews.ca
    • Embark Port Services will be hiring additional tourism staff and has partnered with many local businesses in anticipation of increased tourism from the 17 cruise ship visits expected in Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Erb and Culture, a nightclub in Waterloo, has closed

      citynews.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing over $7.3M to support three free training projects in Milton that will help 700 workers and job seekers prepare for careers in the skilled trades

      ontario.ca
    • MightyBird, a crispy chicken restaurant, opened in Burlington

      cekan.ca
    • Construction began on the new 508,000-sq.-ft. Etobicoke Civic Centre in Toronto

      ontarioconstructionnews.com
    • CHICHA San Chen, a Taiwanese tea shop will open its second bubble tea store in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Namaste Indian supermarket and restaurant opened in Orillia

      orilliamatters.com
  • Week of 2024-04-04 to 2024-04-10
    • Rolf C. Hagen Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of pet products, is establishing operations in a 375,000-sq.-ft. facility in Belleville, creating approximately 75 full-time jobs

      intelligencer.ca
    • Cirque du Soleil will perform in Toronto from May to July

      blogto.com
    • The provincial government is investing nearly $45.6M in two new elementary schools with childcare centres in Middlesex County. The two projects in Lucan-Biddulph and Komoka will create 955 student spaces and 176 licensed childcare spaces.

      ctvnews.ca
    • Volkswagen and PowerCo are hiring for various positions for the $7B electric vehicle battery assembly plant in St. Thomas, which is expected to begin production in 2027

      strathroyagedispatch.com
    • Stage Diner in Hamilton has closed

      cekan.ca
    • Studebaker, a pub and diner in Burlington, has closed

      cekan.ca
    • Stone Roads Lounge and Charcuterie restaurant closed in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Zakkushi, a Japanese restaurant in Toronto, has closed

      blogto.com
    • Simmons Pet Food is closing its manufacturing facility in Mississauga by the end of 2024, laying off 190 workers in the process

      mississauga.com
    • Emrick Plastics, a division of Windsor Mold Group Technologies, is closing its plant in Windsor

      windsorstar.com
    • The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 303 received $672.7K from the provincial government for the Job Readiness Program for local apprentices and jobseekers across the Niagara Region

      ontario.ca
    • The Women in Construction program in the Township of Huron-Kinloss provided 60 local women in 2023 the chance to explore the trades or obtain valuable certifications

      cknxnewstoday.ca
    • The Cities of Quinte West and Belleville are hosting the Work in Quinte Career Fair at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre on April 24

      intelligencer.ca
    • Demolition of the former Belleville Royal Canadian Legion Branch 99 building has begun to make a new parking lot for the Memorial Marketplace in downtown Belleville

      intelligencer.ca
    • Indian Grocers opened a new location in Waterdown

      thespec.com
    • The Halton Regional Police Service hired 13 new police officers

      burlingtontoday.com
    • Samir Halal Foods, an Afghan supermarket chain, opened a 15,000-sq.-ft. location in Hamilton, employing 46 people

      cbc.ca
    • Seven film and television production companies in Sault Ste. Marie are receiving more than $3.1M in total from the provincial government to support the production of a television series and films

      nohfc.ca
    • Amico Infrastructures Inc. was awarded a $12.3M tender from the City of St. Thomas to construct the rail connection for its new industrial park. The project is expected to begin in April or May, with completion in August of next year.

      stthomastoday.ca
    • The South Porcupine Arena Association in Timmins has received $630K through grants, including a $330K investment from the provincial government to upgrade the infrastructure at the Carlo Cattarello Arena

      mytimminsnow.com
    • Savage Arms (Canada) Inc., a rifle manufacturer based in Lakefield, is set to expand operations and create 49 new jobs with an investment of over $3.3M

      globalnews.ca
    • The provincial government is investing more than $5M to support six new interprofessional primary care teams across Thunder Bay, Kenora, Fort Frances, and Sioux Lookout

      ontario.ca
    • Clearwater Library opened a 4,000-sq.-ft. branch in Sarnia

      windsornewstoday.ca
    • Green Bowl Foods, a plant-based food manufacturer, opened its 6,000-sq.-ft. facility in South Barrie. It employs four full-time and three part-time employees.

      innisfiltoday.ca
    • Nine First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario received over $15.3M from the federal government to boost the housing supply and remove construction barriers, aiming to fast-track 200 housing units over the next three years

      nwonewswatch.com
    • Mandy's Salades Gourmandes, a salad restaurant chain, opened a third location in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood

      blogto.com
    • FlixBus added a bus route between Sudbury and Toronto

      cbc.ca
  • Week of 2024-03-28 to 2024-04-03
    • The Sweet North Baker is opening their third location in Thunder Bay in May

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Coles bookstore has closed its Jackson Square Mall location in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • The Gerrard and Carlaw shopping plaza in Toronto will be demolished this month, resulting in the closure of No Frills, Dollarama, Mobil gas station, Carpet Mill, Kal Tire, Work Authority and a Little Caesar's location

      blogto.com
    • The Black Bull Tavern in Toronto has closed

      blogto.com
    • Windsor Salt laid off 150 workers from its Ojibway Mine location

      windsorstar.com
    • Kawartha Dairy opened an ice cream retail location in Burlington, employing 26 people

      burlingtontoday.com
    • Canco Petroleum Ltd. opened a gas station in Innisfil

      innisfiltoday.ca
    • Scaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar is opening a location in Guelph in July

      guelphtoday.com
    • TROVE, a new 5,000-sq.-ft. wellness facility will open in Toronto at the end of April

      newswire.ca
    • The University of Waterloo, with $5M grant from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, launched the Ontario Battery and Electrochemistry Research Centre to develop advanced electric-vehicle batteries.

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • York University is receiving a $9M from the provincial government to begin the design and planning of its new medical school in Vaughan

      ontario.ca
    • Mosaic, a craft beer bar, has closed in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
  • Week of 2024-03-21 to 2024-03-27
    • Glider Guard Tool and Die Inc. in Oldcastle is investing $2.84M with provincial government support for a 4,000-sq.-ft. expansion and new equipment, creating seven jobs and retaining 88

      ctvnews.ca
    • The Ethennonnhawahstihnen' Community Recreation Centre and Library opened its 218,400-sq.-ft. location in North York

      cbc.ca
    • Wickensburg Film Studios Inc. and Caissa Northern Creative Studio Inc., in Parry Sound, are receiving a total of $700K from the provincial government to produce a film, build a studio, and purchase equipment

      nohfc.ca
    • EcoPoly Solutions Inc., a producer and supplier of plastic products, is investing $32M along with $3.5M from the provincial government to enhance its existing facility in Orillia and create 85 new jobs

      ontario.ca
    • Metro Ontario Inc. will close its produce distribution centre in Ottawa on May 11, affecting 41 employees

      ctvnews.ca
    • CàB Café opened in Chute-à-Blondeau, a community east of Ottawa

      thereview.ca
    • Nobu Restaurants is hiring for its Toronto location that will open this year

      blogto.com
    • JobFairX is hosting a virtual job fair for entry-level positions in Ottawa on April 8

      jobfairx.com
    • Career Fair Canada is hosting a job fair at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa on April 10

      careerfaircanada.ca
    • JobFairX is hosting a virtual job fair for technology positions in Ottawa on April 26

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX is hosting a virtual job fair for various positions in Ottawa on April 15

      jobfairx.com
    • The W.J. Henderson Recreation Centre in Loyalist is undergoing renovations and upgrades estimated at $43.8M, with completion expected by January 2026

      kingstonist.com
    • MilitaryX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Mississauga region on April 12 for veterans

      eventbrite.ca
    • The City of Guelph and the federal government are investing $64.9M towards a 88,000-sq.-ft. central library

      canada.ca
  • Week of 2024-03-14 to 2024-03-20
    • Middlesex County Connect is adding a third bus route to its operations in April, connecting St. Thomas to London and Dorchester

      cbc.ca
    • LCBO opened a location in the Park Place shopping centre in Barrie

      simcoe.com
    • The Six Nations of Grand River is receiving more than $11.4M in funding from the federal and provincial government to increase access to high-speed internet service for approximately 2,600 households

      simcoereformer.ca
    • The City of Barrie received $25.6M from the federal government to boost the housing supply and remove construction barriers, aiming to fast-track 680 housing units over the next three years

      ctvnews.ca
    • The provincial government opened a $30M commercial vehicle inspection station on Highway 11/17 in Shuniah, near Thunder Bay

      ontario.ca
    • MUJI Canada Ltd. Closed its retail location at Mississauga's Square One

      insauga.com
    • The Government of Ontario is investing over $278M to support 406 research projects that help advance the development of innovative new products and technologies

      ontario.ca
    • The Sudbury Action Centre for Youth, an organization providing outreach, housing, and harm-reduction services, closed

      cbc.ca
    • The East Park, an entertainment centre and a waterpark in London, is investing $5M to upgrade its facilities

      strathroytoday.ca
    • The Port of Thunder Bay will receive $6.7M from the federal government to support two projects for site and infrastructure improvement

      canada.ca
    • The provincial government is supporting five development projects in the Fort Francis region with $1.4M in funding

      nohfc.ca
    • SC Johnson Professional will invest nearly $50M to bring new production lines at its facility in Brantford, creating dozens of new jobs

      simcoereformer.ca
    • Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Club will begin hosting monthly comedy shows at the Grande Event Centre in North Bay starting April 20

      mywestnipissingnow.com
    • The Mount Evergreen Ski Club and the City of Kenora are awarded funding from the provincial government, totaling $496K and $450K respectively, aimed at supporting facility enhancements and new equipment purchases

      nohfc.ca
    • The Toronto Blue Jays and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment are hiring for several roles

      curiocity.com
    • The Municipalities of Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, and Toronto are currently hiring for several summer, part-time, and seasonal positions

      curiocity.com
    • Cozey Inc., an online furniture retailer, opened its first flagship store in Toronto’s Queen West area

      curiocity.com
    • Wingstop Inc. will be opening a new location in Mississauga’s Heartland Town Centre this spring

      insauga.com
    • Construction is underway on a new 200-bed long-term care home in Pickering that is expected to open in the summer of 2026

      ontario.ca
    • Tiny Horse Film Studios, a media production studio, has opened in Waterloo

      cambridgetimes.ca
  • Week of 2024-03-07 to 2024-03-13
    • The provincial government is providing over $3.7M through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation for 11 mining supply and service businesses in Northern Ontario to innovate, develop, expand and create jobs

      ontario.ca
    • Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has closed one of its locations in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Vans, a skateboard shoe and clothing apparel store, closed its Yonge Street location in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • The Canada Life Assurance Company is outsourcing some IT operations to HCL Technologies Limited, an international technology firm, resulting in some staff layoffs and others being placed in other roles. The transition is expected to be completed by July.

      winnipegfreepress.com
    • Community Futures Peterborough and Scotiabank are accepting applications for the 2024 ScaleUP program, which will offer classroom sessions and one-on-one consultations to local entrepreneurs in Peterborough. The application period will close on April 2.

      kawarthanow.com
    • Nine Greater Toronto Area organizations were awarded $770K in funding from Toronto Pearson to break down barriers to employment and support local employment opportunities

      skiesmag.com
    • A new 45-bed homeless shelter will be opening in Whitby

      cbc.ca
    • Canada's Wonderland is hiring lifeguards for its Splash Works Water Park for the summer

      durhamregion.com
    • CPAC will be hosting its annual job fair on May 7th at the North York Memorial Community Hall in Toronto

      curiocity.com
    • K1 Speed, an electric go-kart business, is opening in Cambridge Mall by the end of March

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • Grifols Canada Ltd., a Spain-based pharmaceutical company, is opening a plasma collection clinic in Cambridge by the end of 2024 or early 2025. Sites have also been approved for Hamilton and Whitby.

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • Nauti V’s Oyster Bar, a restaurant, opened in Windsor’s Walkerville neighbourhood

      windsorite.ca
    • Sephora Beauty Canada, Inc. is hiring for a variety of positions at its Toronto locations

      blogto.com
    • Blackbird Baking Co. will be opening two new locations in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Adobe Systems Canada Inc., Danone Canada, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada are hiring for several positions across Canada, including in Ontario

      blogto.com
    • Microsoft Canada is hiring for a variety of positions in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Toronto Tank Lines, a transport and logistics company, opened a new seven acre rail transload yard in Hamilton, offering space for up to 70 railcars

      bulkmaterialsinternational.com
    • Destination Northern Ontario, a regional tourism organization, is receiving $110K in federal funds for a program to accredit Northern Ontario businesses as 2SLGBTQ+ friendly, as well as for training 25 new trainers to support future accreditation

      canada.ca
    • Spa Dent Inc., a dental care manufacturer in Cambridge, received $525K from the federal government to expand its manufacturing lines, creating 10 jobs

      canada.ca
    • Nexco Inc., a sustainable mining explosives technology company, will receive an $809K repayable loan from the federal government to construct a new lab and demonstration plant and support product development and testing, creating 37 jobs in North Bay

      mywestnipissingnow.com
    • The City of Toronto is looking to hire 100 front-line workers for the Toronto Community Crisis Service, which supports people experiencing mental health emergencies

      cbc.ca
    • Tangerine Bank is hiring for over 100 positions at its downtown Toronto office

      curiocity.com
    • Urban Planet opened a new 45,000-sq.-ft. store at Cornwall Square with 22 full- and part-time staff

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Construction is underway to build a 55,000-sq.-ft., four-unit strip mall in Carleton Place

      insideottawavalley.com
    • The City of Toronto and the federal government each invested $5M to install 526 electric vehicle chargers throughout Toronto. The chargers are expected to be installed by 2025.

      cbc.ca
    • Niacon Ltd. began construction on the $13.6M Kenhtè:ke Language and Cultural Centre in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, with expected completion in fall 2025

      napaneebeaver.ca
    • The federal government is investing $15M in six clean fuels projects across Canada, three of which are in Ontario, to promote lower-emission fuels, generate jobs, and support decarbonization

      canada.ca
    • The federal government is investing an additional $58.8M for the Local Journalism Initiative program to continue funding 400 local reporting jobs across the country until 2027

      timescolonist.com
    • Roshel Inc., an armoured vehicle maker, is building a 140,000-sq.-ft. production facility in Brampton. This new $65M facility will create 500 manufacturing jobs.

      bramptonguardian.com
  • Week of 2024-02-29 to 2024-03-06
    • Ainley Group is undertaking the designing and reconstruction of Simcoe Street in Essa Township, with construction expected to begin in the spring of 2025

      essatownship.on.ca
    • Northern Ontario’s 11 mining supply and service sector companies will receive more than $3.7M from the provincial government for various improvements

      ontario.ca
    • Tillsonburg Custom Foods, with help from the provincial government, will invest $35M to add equipment and create 78 jobs at the Trenton and St. Marys production facilities

      ontario.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $60M in 12 Forest Biomass Program research initiatives in Northern Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • The City of Thunder Bay is receiving $20.7M from the federal government to support construction of 600 affordable housing units over the next three years

      tbnewswatch.com
    • The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health received more than $1.6B from the provincial government to support the construction of two new buildings at the Queen Street West campus in Toronto

      ontario.ca
    • Elgin County will receive approximately $961K from the provincial government to expand team-based health care in the region

      stthomastimesjournal.com
    • The Copper Mug Pub opened in downtown Belleville

      standard-freeholder.com
    • LOCAL Public Eatery opened its third restaurant location in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Value Village will be opening a new location in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Farm Boy is opening a store in Burlington this summer

      insidehalton.com
    • The provincial government is investing $11M towards protection of wetlands across the province, including $2.5M in the City of Brampton

      ontario.ca
    • The Body Shop will be closing 33 of its 105 Canadian store locations by the end of March, eliminating 200 retail jobs. The company has laid off approximately 20 head office employees in Toronto already.

      theglobeandmail.com
    • The Canadian Space Agency will close the David Florida Laboratory in Ottawa at the end of March 2025

      yahoo.com
    • North Star Studios, a film production studio in North Bay, suspended operations and permanently laid off 44 workers

      timminstoday.com
  • Week of 2024-02-22 to 2024-02-28
    • 17 Steakhouse and Bar in Mississauga has permanently closed

      blogto.com
    • Collège Boréal’s Nipissing Campus in Sturgeon Falls received $560K from the federal government to enhance training services, improve recruitment capabilities, and complete renovations

      nugget.ca
    • Twelve companies in the quantum technology sector in Southern Ontario received over $17.2M from the federal government to help commercialize their products and solutions for domestic and global markets, supporting up to 150 jobs

      canada.ca
    • Flo's Diner in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood closed, impacting 15 employees

      retail-insider.com
    • The Exchange, a new 10,000-sq.ft. market and cultural event space, opened in Niagara Falls

      niagarafalls.ca
    • Chick-fil-A is opening a location in Burlington at the end of 2024

      insidehalton.com
    • Ikea opened a plan and order point location in London, and plans to open another one in SmartCentres Barrie South shopping centre this summer

      barrietoday.com
    • Porter Airlines will provide daily round-trip service between Ottawa and St. John’s starting June 6

      ctvnews.ca
    • Construction began on a new $23.8M elementary school and community centre in Oro-Medonte, which is slated to open in September 2025

      orilliamatters.com
    • The federal government is providing over $7M in funding to support the construction of 58 homes for seniors in Woolwich and Oxford

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • Kinton Ramen, a Japanese restaurant chain, is opening a new location in Guelph this spring

      guelphtoday.com
    • Elgin Contracting and Restoration Ltd. will undertake a $6.3M project to upgrade the Huron County public works patrol yard in Wingham in March, aiming for a 2025 completion

      clintonnewsrecord.com
    • The South Georgian Bay Ontario Health Team received $880K from the provincial government to expand access to primary care services in the Simcoe-Grey area

      simcoe.com
    • UNIQULO opened a new 15K-sq.-ft. location at Toronto's Fairview Mall, and will open a second location at Scarborough Town Centre later this year

      blogto.com
    • TDG Transit Design Group Inc. received more than $1.6M from the federal government to enhance its Mississauga facility with manufacturing capabilities, creating 22 highly skilled jobs

      canada.ca
    • The 2024 Cornwall and Area Job Fair will take place on April 24

      cornwallseawaynews.com
    • The Far Northeast Training Board will be hosting a job fair in Cochrane on April 17

      fnetb.com
    • The Far Northeast Training Board will be hosting a job fair in Hearst on April 11

      fnetb.com
    • The Lennox and Addington Career Fair in Napanee will take place on March 21

      careeredge.on.ca
  • Week of 2024-02-15 to 2024-02-21
    • Alina’s Kitchen, an Italian restaurant, opened in Sault Ste. Marie

      sootoday.com
    • FactoryDirect.ca, a Vaughan-based electronics retailer, is liquidating and closing all 14 of its stores in Ontario, laying off 200 employees

      cbc.ca
    • Cocky Spicy Fried Chicken in Toronto closed

      blogto.com
    • Unifor National received $751K from the provincial government to set up two Unifor Action Centres for over 3,900 workers laid off from Stellantis automotive assembly plants in Brampton and Oshawa

      durhamradionews.com
    • The Northern York South Simcoe Ontario Health Team will receive $1.4M from the provincial government to support new and expanded interprofessional primary care teams in Georgina and surrounding areas

      bradfordtoday.ca
    • A three-year, $39.7M construction project will begin in March on the Waterdown Road in Burlington

      insidehalton.com
    • The federal government is investing $3.1B over three years in Ontario’s healthcare system to increase access to family doctors, reduce backlog and hire more healthcare workers

      www.pm.gc.ca
    • Kitchener’s Ball Construction Ltd. started a $33M renovation and expansion of Preston Memorial Auditorium in Cambridge, aiming for a fall 2025 completion

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • Pusateri’s Fine Foods is closing its grocery store location in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood at the end of March

      retail-insider.com
    • Langs Community Health Centre received $1.9M from the provincial government to expand staff at its locations in Cambridge and North Dumfries

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • The federal government invested nearly $16M to convert a former federal building in Belleville into 38 residential housing units – 19 of them affordable housing units – that will be completed by March

      intelligencer.ca
    • The provincial government is providing $216K to support mental health and addictions services in Belleville and its surrounding communities

      intelligencer.ca
    • McDonald’s opened a location in Springwater Township

      simcoe.com
    • The Royal Ontario Museum announced a $130M three-year construction plan that includes the transformation of its 86,000-sq.-ft. main floor space and the creation of 6,000-sq.-ft. of new gallery space. Construction is set to begin this month.

      cbc.ca
    • Blue Bovine Steak + Sushi House opened its new 10,000-sq.-ft. restaurant at Toronto's Union Station

      blogto.com
    • Five Indigenous-led organizations in Southern Ontario received over $5.4M from the federal government to improve food security, access to attainable housing, skills development for youth, and promote Indigenous tourism, creating over 130 new jobs

      canada.ca
    • Preliminary work for the $255M Eglinton Crosstown West Extension Advance Tunnel 2 construction project in Toronto has begun, with major construction to start later this year

      infrastructureontario.ca
    • Loblaw Companies Ltd. will build more than 40 new stores, expand or relocate 10, and renovate over 700 existing stores in Canada as part of its $2B expansion this year. The investment is expected to create more than 7,500 jobs in the country.

      bnnbloomberg.ca
  • Week of 2024-02-08 to 2024-02-14
    • Kingston Community Health Centres will receive $4.1M from the provincial government to open a new primary care clinic

      thewhig.com
    • Tondou Ramen, a Japanese restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      inthehammer.com
    • Six agri-production projects in Northern Ontario are receiving a total of $3M in funding from the provincial government, with the majority of the funding aimed toward tile drainage projects throughout Northeastern Ontario

      sudbury.com
    • The City of Ottawa will receive $176M from the federal government to eliminate barriers to the construction of 4,450 new homes over the next three years

      ctvnews.ca
    • Electra Battery Materials Corporation is receiving $5M from the federal government to support the continued expansion of its cobalt refinery in North Cobalt

      canada.ca
    • Construction of the new Barrie Allandale Transit Terminal started on February 12

      innisfiltoday.ca
    • Your Dollar Store With More opened a new location in Sioux Lookout

      siouxbulletin.com
    • The Chemong Road Canadian Tire in Peterborough is building an additional 2,661-sq.-m. of floor space

      thepeterboroughexaminer.com
    • Manufacturers Venshore Mechanical Ltd. and BioNorth Solutions Inc. in Thunder Bay will receive over $500K from the federal government to expand and upgrade their facilities, creating 17 jobs, expanding 6 jobs to full-time, and maintaining 29 positions

      canada.ca
    • Essex-Windsor EMS launched a recruitment drive to hire for around 40 positions

      ctvnews.ca
    • Canada's Wonderland is recruiting for 4,000 seasonal and full-time positions across all departments in Vaughan, in preparation for its opening on May 3

      curiocity.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 14 for entry-level positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • The provincial government is investing over $6.3M to increase access to pediatric services for children and youth in York Region

      ontario.ca
    • Air Canada, WestJet and Flair airlines will increase frequency of flights to the London International Airport starting in May

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • MilitaryX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 11 for veterans

      eventbrite.ca
    • TechnologyX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 15 for tech positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • HealthcareX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 18 for healthcare positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • HealthcareX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 4 for healthcare positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • DiversityX will be hosting a diversity-oriented virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 21

      eventbrite.ca
    • DiversityX will be hosting a diversity-oriented virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 7

      eventbrite.ca
    • The Innisfil Job Fair will take place on March 20

      innisfiltoday.ca
    • Pickle Barrel has closed its North York location in Toronto

      thestar.com
    • DSI Underground Canada Ltd. has shutdown its Sudbury operations and laid off 11 of its unionized staff

      sudbury.com
    • Rose Integration, a tool and die shop in Carleton Place, is set to close over the coming months, affecting 52 employees

      ctvnews.ca
    • Cooper-Standard Automotive Canada Limited will close its parts plant in Glencoe, southwest of London, by the end of March, impacting 116 workers

      strathroyagedispatch.com
    • Cascades Inc., a containerboard-packaging company, is closing its facilities in Quinte West and Belleville, resulting in the layoff of 230 employees

      intelligencer.ca
    • Rosales Diner restaurant opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • BCE Inc., the parent company of Bell Media, laid off 4,800 employees and sold 45 regional radio stations, leading to reductions in its programs. The impact in Ontario is unknown at this time.

      cbc.ca
    • The Scotsman Hotel opened in Niagara-on-the-Lake

      notllocal.com
    • Kichesippi Beer Co. will open a new bar and bottle shop in Ottawa in March

      .obj.ca
    • Peabodys Eatery restaurant opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on March 27 for entry-level positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • The Beer Kitchen, a tank-to-glass German beer garden, has opened in London

      lfpress.com
  • Week of 2024-02-01 to 2024-02-07
    • Lactalis Canada Inc., a dairy product producer, will receive $3.3M from the federal government, as part of its $11M investment to automate equipment and increase production capacity at its plant in Ingleside

      standard-freeholder.com
    • The City of Ottawa added 170 transitional housing units through the Corkstown Transitional Housing Program in Ottawa, and will provide various services to help families experiencing homelessness transition to long-term housing

      ottawa.ca
    • Top Hat, a Toronto-based online education firm, laid off 35 employees

      betakit.com
    • Toure Cleaning Services closed its operations at the Canadian Forces Base in Petawawa, affecting about 75 employees

      ottawacitizen.com
    • Venest Industries, an automotive parts manufacturer and subsidiary of Magna International Inc., is shutting down operations at its St. Catharines facility in March, affecting 137 employees

      chch.com
    • Henniges Automotive Holdings Inc. is closing its Burlington plant by the end of the year to consolidate operations into other facilities, affecting 220 workers

      globalnews.ca
    • After the Clocktower Brew Pub closed in Ottawa, Sultan Ahmet, a Turkish restaurant, opened in its place

      .obj.ca
    • Burnbrae Farms, an egg producer, will build a 100,000-sq.-ft. egg grading processing plant in Strathroy, which is expected to be operational in 2026

      strathroyagedispatch.com
    • The Standard restaurant opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Applied Modern System Integration, an electrical systems manufacturer, is looking to hire nine skilled trades and professional service workers at its new facility in Beamsville

      niagarathisweek.com
    • The Municipality of Brighton is hiring for multiple summer positions for students

      brighton.ca
    • The Municipality of Port Hope is hiring for multiple summer positions

      porthope.ca
    • Cole Haan, a U.S. based footwear and accessories brand, is opening a new location at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, and is hiring for multiple positions

      retail-insider.com
    • Pokeworks, a U.S.-based restaurant chain, is opening locations in Toronto, Burlington, and Ottawa this spring, and is expected to open up to four more stores by the end of this year

      retail-insider.com
    • Several hotels are hiring for over 50 positions in Toronto, including Hotel X, W Hotel, St. Regis, Four Seasons, Fairmont Royal York, and Le Germain

      curiocity.com
    • PepsiCo is set to hire 800 seasonal and full-time workers across Canada on February 15 and 24

      econotimes.com
    • The Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission is eliminating 25 unionized and 10 management and administrative positions

      citynews.ca
    • The City of Greater Sudbury is accepting applications for full-time firefighters

      sudbury.com
    • The City of Waterloo received $22M from the federal government to fast-track 650 new housing units over three years

      waterloochronicle.ca
    • Wattpad, a subsidiary of Naver Corp. and Toronto-based fiction platform, laid off around 30 employees

      kedglobal.com
    • Loopio, a request-for-proposal software company in Toronto, laid off 17 employees

      betakit.com
    • Ucore Rare Metals Inc., a processing technology company, received $4.2M from the federal government to improve extraction and processing technology at its facility in Kingston

      globalnews.ca
  • Week of 2024-01-25 to 2024-01-31
    • Bad Boy's locations in North York, Scarborough, Brampton and Mississauga closed permanently

      blogto.com
    • BenchSci, a Toronto-based artificial intelligence and biomedical startup, laid off 70 of its staff

      betakit.com
    • Aisin Canada Inc., an auto parts manufacturer, is expanding its facility in Stratford, with construction on a new 134,540-sq.-ft. manufacturing and office space set to start this spring and extend over the next 18 months

      stratfordbeaconherald.com
    • Four pediatric centres in Belleville, Kingston, and the Thousand Islands region received over $2.5M to enhance services, hire additional staff and support programs through specialized training and equipment

      ontario.ca
    • Construction has begun on The Market — a new grocery store in Hamilton — and it is expected to open on March 18

      inthehammer.com
    • The provincial government is providing over $9.4M for 14 forest biomass projects in Northwestern Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • Lobby, a cocktail lounge and restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Toronto Pearson Airport is hiring for over 150 full-time and part-time positions

      curiocity.com
    • YM Inc. opened Urban Kids and Forever 21 locations at the Cornwall Square shopping centre

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Stacked Pancake & Breakfast House opened a new location in Renfrew

      renfrewtoday.ca
    • Construction on the new Strathroy Fire Station 1 is set to begin in mid-February

      strathroy-caradoc.ca
    • Planet Fitness opened a new location in Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Red Apple Stores is reopening its Sioux lookout location in spring 2024

      siouxbulletin.com
    • The provincial government announced $940K for 32 job placement opportunities in Nipissing

      mynorthbaynow.com
    • Kin & Kith, a Chinese restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • The Municipality of Brighton is hosting a job fair on February 21 for various positions

      quintenews.com
    • The provincial government is investing $5.5M to create three Behavioural Specialized Units at long-term care homes located in Brampton, Etobicoke, and Timmins, while also increasing funding for all 21 specialized units across the province

      ontario.ca
    • Urban Outfitters closed their downtown location in London

      ctvnews.ca
  • Week of 2024-01-18 to 2024-01-24
    • Maisy’s Pearl, a seafood restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for Mississauga on January 31 for various entry-level positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on February 16 for various entry-level positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on February 23 for various positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on February 27 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • PLAY Airlines, a low-cost air service from Iceland, will be adding flights between Croatia and Hamilton to its network this spring

      chch.com
    • Girls Incorporated of Limestone, Algonquin, and Lakeshore, a nonprofit organization in Kingston, received $1.9M from the federal government to assist individuals with disabilities who are facing barriers to employment

      kingstonist.com
    • AlgomaTrad Centre will receive $2M from the federal government to help with the ongoing development of a year-round arts and culture hub on St. Joseph Island

      sootoday.com
    • A Boston Pizza location in Fergus closed

      guelphtoday.com
    • Commercial Truck Repair invested $4.8M in a new 18,400-sq.-ft. service garage and an 8,000-sq.-ft. parts warehouse in Cornwall to expand its range of services for local transportation companies

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Odd Burger, a plant-based takeout restaurant, opened at Western University in London

      lfpress.com
    • The Niagara Children’s Centre and Niagara Health will receive $1.79M and $500K, respectively, from the Government of Ontario to increase access to children’s rehabilitation services, and support and rebuild workforce capacity

      notllocal.com
    • Quantum Valley Ideas Lab, an independent research laboratory in Waterloo, will receive $14.9M from the federal government to accelerate the development and adoption of quantum science technologies

      ontario.ca
    • The City of Kingston is undergoing an expansion project called Block 5 to build a 23-storey tower, a five-storey building, commercial and office spaces, and 151 residential units

      globalnews.ca
    • The City of Kingston received $27M from the federal government to build 890 housing units over the next three years

      thewhig.com
    • Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston received over $1M in funding from the provincial government to replace the building's original windows, completing the project in two months

      simcoe.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on February 9 for various positions

      jobfairx.com
    • Rise and Shine restaurant is opening a second location in Morriston

      guelphtoday.com
    • The City of Kitchener opened a new service centre at City Hall on January 17

      cambridgetimes.ca
    • Place des Arts' Librairie-boutique opened on January 26 in Sudbury

      sudbury.com
    • Construction began on the new $30M Mountview sewage pump station in Muskoka

      doppleronline.ca
    • Walmart is hiring for multiple positions across the country, including senior software developer and manager in technology operations in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • BECC Modular Systems, a prefabricated home manufacturer, will receive $2.5M in funding from the federal government to manufacture nearly 2,200 modular homes per year and create 35 jobs in Hamilton

      chch.com
    • FluidAI Medical, a medical technology company, will receive $1.4M from the provincial government, creating 38 new jobs

      citynews.ca
    • Wayfair, an online furniture retailer, laid off 1,650 staff globally, including 50 workers in Ontario

      cp24.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on February 1st for tech positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on February 28 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on February 21 for various healthcare positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on February 12 for various entry-level positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on February 5 for various positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Toronto region on February 29 for various entry-level positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Toronto region on February 19 for various healthcare positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Toronto region on February 13 for various tech positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for Richmond Hill on February 9 for various entry-level positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a job fair and training expo for Mississauga on February 7 for various entry-level positions

      eventbrite.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Toronto region on February 1 for various positions

      eventbrite.ca
  • Week of 2024-01-11 to 2024-01-18
    • Winners will open a 25,000-sq.-ft. location at the Eaton Centre in Toronto this year

      blogto.com
    • Whoa Nelly!, a southern-style restaurant, closed in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Naxos Grill & Bar in Thunder Bay is closing in March

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg will invest more than $2.5M to increase surgical capacity, with construction expected to begin this year

      brightontoday.ca
    • Conestoga College’s Doon campus in Kitchener will open a $2.25M high-tech pharmaceutical studies centre in the fall

      waterloochronicle.ca
    • Six new stores recently opened in the Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga: Saint Germain Bakery, Psycho Bunny, Vessi, YO! Tea, Real Fruit Bubble Tea, and Poulet Rouge

      insauga.com
    • Kawartha Dairy will be opening a storefront location in Burlington in spring of 2024

      cekan.ca
    • The City of Burlington is receiving $21M from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to speed up housing development approvals, with a goal of building 600 new homes in the next three years and 5,000 in the next 10 years

      insidehalton.com
    • The City of Kingston is investing $35M over the next four years towards road repairs and improvements

      globalnews.ca
    • Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), supported by the federal government, is investing $76M towards a grain terminal expansion project at the Port Windsor, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2025

      cbc.ca
    • Ecolomondo Corporation, a cleantech company, opened a new plant in Hawkesbury, employing 14 people. The company plans to hire an additional 20 employees.

      thereview.ca
    • Starlim North America, a silicone parts manufacturer, will invest $10.4M, with support form the provincial government, towards increasing manufacturing capacity and creating 26 jobs in London

      ontario.ca
    • Andriani Ltd., an Italian pasta producer, is investing $33.6M in a new 61,225-sq.-ft. facility in London, which will create 42 new jobs. The project is supported by $1.5M in funding from the provincial government.

      ledc.com
    • Amino North America Corp., is investing $25M, supported by the federal government, for an electric vehicle expansion in St. Thomas, creating 45 jobs

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • The Waterloo Region Economic Development Corporation is receiving a nearly $3M investment from the federal government to support up to 24 businesses and create and maintain approximately 117 jobs in the electric vehicle, cleantech and agri-food sectors

      canada.ca
    • The federal government is funding a $7.4M critical infrastructure improvement project at the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site

      canada.ca
    • Mastermind Toys, a Toronto-based toy chain, laid off 272 employees as it changed ownership, liquidating nine Ontario locations

      citynews.ca
    • Williams Sonoma is closing its Eaton Centre location in Toronto this year

      blogto.com
    • Alyea's Jewellers in Ottawa has closed

      ottawacitizen.com
    • Sucro Can Canada Inc., will build a $135M sugar refinery at the Port of Hamilton with an expected opening in 2025

      constructconnect.com
    • Construction is underway on Providence Manor, a long-term care home in Kingston. The project will provide 320 beds upon completion in late fall of 2026.

      ontario.ca
    • Project SEARCH, a new program in Guelph that aims to help people with developmental disabilities prepare for the workforce, will begin in September 2024

      globalnews.ca
  • Week of 2024-01-04 to 2024-01-10
    • Joey Turks Island Grill, a Caribbean restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Brickworks Cider, a restaurant and bar in Toronto, permanently closed

      blogto.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on January 16 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on January 31 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on January 24 for various healthcare positions

      jobfairx.com
    • The Ontario Hockey Academy in Cornwall will expand its school campus in 2024, adding a new 12,000-sq.-ft. training complex and enhancing educational facilities

      choosecornwall.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on January 23 for various healthcare positions

      jobfairx.com
    • Frisaca, a Mexican restaurant in Toronto, will close permanently on February 15

      blogto.com
    • Two Old Navy stores, Eaton Centre location in Toronto and Markville Shopping Centre location in Markham, will close at the end of January

      blogto.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on January 15 for various entry-level positions

      jobfairx.com
    • Italian restaurant Café Limoncello closed in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Lady Glaze Doughnuts shop closed in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Orillia restaurant The Cheesy Pickup will permanently close on January 20

      orilliamatters.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on February 29 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on February 2 for tech positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on February 29 for entry-level positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on February 19 for healthcare positions

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a diversity-oriented virtual job fair for the Windsor region on February 8

      jobfairx.com
    • Niagara Parks Commission will be hosting three job fairs — each taking place on January 20, March 2, and April 13 — for seasonal and student positions

      niagaraparks.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Windsor region on January 15 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a diversity-oriented virtual job fair for the Windsor region on January 25

      jobfairx.com
    • Comma Café opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
  • Week of 2023-12-22 to 2024-01-04
    • The City of Mississauga is hiring seasonal and permanent positions across three departments: recreation and sports, parks and forestry and museum, creative arts and performing arts

      mississauga.com
    • Applebee's, a restaurant chain, closed its Huron Church Road location in Windsor

      windsorite.ca
    • AV Terrace Bay is halting production at its Terrace Bay pulp mill for an unspecified period impacting 400 employees

      snnewswatch.com
    • The Town of Essex is hiring for various positions with an application deadline of January 25

      sarnianewstoday.ca
    • Fat Bastard Burrito Co., is opening a new location in Riverside Plaza in Windsor

      windsorite.ca
    • Eggholic, an Indian street food franchise, opened a location in Cambridge

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • D Spot Dessert opened a location in Cambridge

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • Sound Machine, a bar, opened in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Construction is set to begin on the Kenhtè:ke Language and Cultural Centre in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, east of Belleville, in the spring of 2024 and is expected to be completed in the fall of 2025

      napaneebeaver.ca
    • The Ontario Hockey Academy in Cornwall is planning a multi-million-dollar expansion project in the Spring of 2024

      standard-freeholder.com
    • The Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre will receive close to $1.3M from the provincial government to assist patients with barriers to discharge

      Hospital gets $1.3M in transitional care funding - TBNewsWatch.com
    • The provincial government is investing more than $8.4M to increase access to pediatric services for children and youth in Durham Region and surrounding areas, including hiring staff to expand the Adolescent Eating Disorder Inpatient Unit

      ontario.ca
    • Fort Albany First Nation opened a child and family service office in Timmins

      timminspress.com
  • Week of 2023-12-15 to 2023-12-21
    • The Bala Bay Inn will open in Muskoka in June 2024

      muskoka411.com
    • Trucor Steel Structures Inc., an Algoma-area manufacturer, received over $400K from the federal government to purchase heavy equipment which will help create ten full-time jobs

      canada.ca
    • Paris Saint-Germain, a Parisian football club, opened a retail storefront in Toronto in collaboration with Fanatics and Lids

      retail-insider.com
    • Chipotle Mexican Grill opened a location in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • The City of Temiskaming Shores and SafeSight Exploration Inc. are receiving a combined total of over $1.3M to support the mining supply and service sectors, creating at least 13 jobs

      canada.ca
    • Gangnam Korea restaurant opened in North Bay

      baytoday.ca
    • Hampton Inn by Hilton Hotels opened a location in Cornwall

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Stella Luna Gelato Café closed its Carleton Place location in Ottawa and laid off staff across its three remaining Ottawa locations for the winter, affecting nearly 50 employees

      .obj.ca
    • Rural Healthcare Innovations began construction on a new 128-bed long-term care home at Dundas Manor Nursing Home in Winchester that is expected to open in the summer of 2026

      ontario.ca
    • Activate Games, an arcade and interactive play space, is opening in Cambridge

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • A youth wellness hub opened in Sault Ste. Marie

      sootoday.com
    • Ten stores and restaurants opened recently at Bramalea City Centre in Brampton

      insauga.com
    • Community Living Cambridge received $1.96M from the provincial government to build 20 affordable homes for adults with developmental disabilities in Cambridge

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • The Arnprior Aerospace Inc. manufacturing facility in Arnprior laid off over 60 employees, and will be fully closed by March 2024

      insideottawavalley.com
  • Week of 2023-12-07 to 2023-12-14
    • Bobaek America Inc., a Korean electric vehicle parts manufacturer, is investing $35M with provincial government support, to build a 71,000-sq.-ft. facility in Windsor. The facility is expected to create 144 jobs once it opens in June 2024.

      ontario.ca
    • Kainos Group PLC, a UK-headquartered IT provider, will add 200 staff in Toronto over the next three years

      www.msn.com
    • The provincial government is investing more than $40.5M to increase access to pediatric services for children and youth in Eastern Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • Impala Canada will eliminate 95 jobs in its operations, corporate and finance offices at its Lac des Iles palladium mine north of Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Toronto International Film Festival Inc. laid off 12 full-time staff across various departments

      bnnbreaking.com
    • Increase Fitness opened in Fort Frances

      fftimes.com
    • The provincial government is investing $426K in a new Action Centre in Espanola to help the 484 pulp and paper workers impacted by the Domtar layoffs get back to work quickly

      ontario.ca
    • Blue Mountain Ski Resort opened for the season on December 7

      bayshorebroadcasting.ca
    • Construction begun on the Brown Subdivision project in Kincardine

      bayshorebroadcasting.ca
    • Mercato Fresh is opening a grocery store in Windsor

      ctvnews.ca
    • The District of Muskoka will create 373 additional childcare spaces by the end of 2026

      doppleronline.ca
    • The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario opened a mental health transition unit to support its emergency department

      ottawacitizen.com
    • Uniqlo, Japan-based clothing retailer, is opening an Ottawa location at the Bayshore Shopping Centre in 2024

      citynews.ca
    • Uniqlo, Japan-based clothing retailer, is opening two locations in Toronto in 2024

      blogto.com
    • Bonpoint, a French clothing and skincare brand, opened its flagship store in Toronto and plans to open around five locations in Canada within the next five years

      retail-insider.com
    • Ottawa Salus Corporation broke ground on its 54-unit supportive housing project for older adults with mental health and addiction challenges

      ctvnews.ca
    • The federal government has provided an additional $5M for the construction of the Makwa Waakaa’igan cultural centre on the Algoma University campus in Sault Ste. Marie

      saultstar.com
    • The provincial government is investing nearly $9M to support junior mining companies in funding early-stage exploration projects aimed at discovering essential minerals vital for electric vehicles, smartphones, laptops, medical equipment, and renewable energy sources

      ontario.ca
    • The London's Children's Hospital received $3M from Children’s Health Foundation to expand capacity of its emergency department and child and youth mental health services

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • The Department of Justice Canada is hiring administrative and clerical support service positions across Canada, including Toronto and Ottawa

      narcity.com
  • Week of 2023-11-30 to 2023-12-06
    • The City of Toronto opened more than 50 outdoor ice rinks and skating trails with skates lending services

      toronto.ca
    • Mercato Zacconi, a restaurant and grocery store in Ottawa, will close in December, laying off about 40 workers

      cbc.ca
    • Mastermind Toys, a toy store retailer is closing 18 of its stores in Canada, nine of which are located in Ontario

      citynews.ca
    • The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is eliminating about 250 jobs from CBC and Radio-Canada, 300 jobs in technology and infrastructure, and other corporate divisions, while also eliminating about 200 vacant positions

      cbc.ca
    • The provincial government is investing an additional $18.7M to approximately 400 gender-based violence service providers across the province to hire more staff and improve services to women and children

      ontario.ca
    • Brighton Children's Centre opened its expanded facility, offering school programs for a total of 105 children

      quintenews.com
    • Winter Glow, a Christmas fair, will run at Yonge and Dundas Square in Toronto from December 14 to 23

      blogto.com
    • Yee Hong Finch home, a new long-term care home project, in Scarborough is under construction. It will provide 224 new beds and is expected to open in spring 2026.

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $68M to increase access to pediatric services for children and youth in the GTA by hiring more pediatric surgical staff, registered nurses, and mental health support staff

      ontario.ca
    • The City of Toronto hired 51 operations firefighters

      toronto.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $78M in telecommunications infrastructure to help municipalities and emergency response centres transition to a new emergency communications system known as Next Generation 9-1-1

      ontario.ca
    • Medicom Group Inc. is investing $165M to construct a 140,000-sq.-ft. nitrile glove production factory in London, which will employ 135 people once completed

      ontario.ca
    • Ottawa Public Health will reduce its COVID-19 staff of approximately 1,100 by the end of the year, retaining only 105 full-time positions

      ottawacitizen.com
    • Left Field Brewery opened a new Toronto location in Liberty Village

      blogto.com
  • Week of 2023-11-23 to 2023-11-29
    • Gator at the Norfolk, a tavern employing 18 staff, closed in Port Dover

      simcoereformer.ca
    • CpK Interior Products Inc., a manufacturer of interior automotive components, is laying off 187 workers in Port Hope by early 2024

      todaysnorthumberland.ca
    • Fuh Café, a Vietnamese café, opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Flight Cafe and Lounge opened in Galt

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • Benji's Coffee Bar & Patisserie opened in downtown Belleville

      quintenews.com
    • Fourteen community service organizations in Nipissing-Timiskaming are receiving a total of more than $600K from the federal government to improve accessibility of services

      nugget.ca
    • Five new restaurants opened in Mississauga and Brampton, including, Thai Barn Na, Karahi Boys, El Jefe De Pollo, and Tita's Mexican Food

      insauga.com
    • Lakehead University Agricultural Research Station will receive up to $1.65M over five years from the federal and provincial governments to support agricultural research

      canada.ca
    • The provincial government is investing nearly $3M to create 18 affordable senior housing units in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell

      ontario.ca
    • The City of Toronto is investing $3.3M in local small businesses to support renovations to retail spaces and mitigate the impacts of construction

      toronto.ca
    • The Merry Market, a seasonal marketplace in London, will be open weekly every Thursday to Sunday until December 17, featuring over 100 vendors

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • The Habitat for Humanity Thousand Islands opened a 10,000-sq.-ft. retail store at the Kemptville Mall

      insideottawavalley.com
    • The federal government is investing $18M to support construction of 60 rental units in Kitchener

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • The City of Toronto is closing four COVID-19 vaccination centres permanently in December

      ctvnews.ca
    • The Brampton Home & Garden RONA will close permanently in January of 2024

      insauga.com
    • Algoma Public Health will layoff workers in 2024 due to reduced provincial funding

      sootoday.com
    • Phase one of the Elgin Park affordable housing redevelopment in Cobourg is complete, with construction on phase two expected to be completed in 2025

      globalnews.ca
    • Peerless Electric Co. Ltd., a manufacturer of fluorescent lighting fixtures, opened a manufacturing facility at the Cornwall Business Park

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Chick-fil-A opened in London employing about 130 full and part-time workers

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • The City of Windsor is hiring for positions in information technology, planning and building inspection

      cbc.ca
    • The provincial government completed the first phase of Highway 17 expansion between Arnprior and the Town of Renfrew. The next phase involves constructing three interchanges and widening 22.5 kilometres of Highway 17 in Renfrew County.

      ontario.ca
    • BN Local Restaurant & Bar closed their second location in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • The City of Richmond Hill received $31M from the federal government to build more than 780 housing units over the next three years

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $18M over the next three years to support twenty-one Ontario Provincial Police detachments to prevent auto theft

      ontario.ca
    • The federal government is investing $6M in the Fort Mississauga National Historic Site in Niagara-on-the-Lake to prevent shoreline erosion and construct a new walking trail

      canada.ca
    • The federal, provincial, and municipal governments jointly invested over $17M to build a new YMCA facility in Belleville, expected to be completed in the fall of 2025

      intelligencer.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $30M to expand pediatric services at three hospitals in the Hamilton region

      ontario.ca
    • Heddle Shipyards is investing $107M to continue shipbuilding projects at the company's Port Weller Dry Docks, creating 30 jobs in St. Catharines

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government is investing over $300M across three years to train, recruit, and retain personal support workers in the long-term care and home and community care sectors, with a focus on staffing needs in rural, remote, and northern areas

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $5.9M in nine projects to integrate hydrogen into the electricity grid across Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $22M to reconstruct six dams across Ontario to mitigate flooding

      ontario.ca
    • The federal government is investing $20M to support construction of 48 rental homes in Orillia

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
  • Week of 2023-11-16 to 2023-11-22
    • Lululemon athletica inc. will open a 12,100-sq.-ft. store in downtown Toronto by early 2024

      blogto.com
    • The Suncor sustainability centre in Lambton College is undergoing a $1M renovation, expected to be complete by spring of 2024

      sarniathisweek.com
    • Mandarin opened a second restaurant in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • Kichesippi Beer Co. opened a pop-up store in downtown Ottawa with plans to convert to a bar and bottle shop by the spring of 2024

      .obj.ca
    • The federal government is investing $1.2B to build 2,644 new rental homes at seven new projects in Toronto

      canada.ca
    • Dana Canada Corporation is investing $60M to increase battery part production for electric vehicles, creating 105 jobs by 2025 in Cambridge and Oakville

      investontario.ca
    • Smart Modular Canada, a Thunder Bay-based manufacturer of modular buildings, received nearly $1.4M from the federal government to increase production, and create 15 jobs

      canada.ca
    • The Robert Meek Centre in Kingston is opening a childcare facility and starting school programs for 206 children in December, creating about 12 jobs for early childhood educators

      thewhig.com
    • Dr’s Choice Optical Lab is investing $2.25M in new machinery to expand optical lenses production, creating 6 jobs in Trenton

      intelligencer.ca
    • The federal government is investing a total of $157M into two housing projects, creating 588 rental units in London and 60 rental units in St. Thomas

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • The federal government is investing a total of $60M into two housing projects, creating 129 rental units in Kingston and 75 rental units in Peterborough

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • The federal government is investing $55.7M to support construction of 131 rental units in Oakville

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • The City of Mississauga received $17M from the federal government to improve the waterfront trail system

      insauga.com
    • Food Basics is relocating in Kington from the Frontenac Mall to the RioCan Centre by May 2024, and hiring additional workers

      thewhig.com
    • The provincial government invested $14M in Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare to cover operational costs of 22 additional hospital beds

      muskokaregion.com
    • The federal government is investing $2M in the Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto for renovations and improved Indigenous and youth programming

      canada.ca
    • Habitat for Humanity is building a 12,000-sq.-ft. facility scheduled to open in Chatham next summer

      theobserver.ca
    • Homes First Society received $2M in annual funding from the provincial government to operate a new 57-unit rental home project in Scarborough

      ontario.ca
    • Stacked Pancake & Breakfast House opened in Cornwall at the Brookdale Plaza

      choosecornwall.ca
    • The Picton Library is undergoing a $3.3M expansion project, expected to be complete by spring of 2024

      wellingtontimes.ca
    • MINISO, a lifestyle, home goods, and toy store, opened at the Cambridge Centre shopping mall

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • Kinton Ramen, a Japanese restaurant, opened in Hamilton

      inthehammer.com
    • The Cornwall Square shopping centre opened several seasonal stores for the holiday season including Floral Expressions Christmas Store, Hickory Farms, Calendar Club and The Square Marketplace

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Tops Shawarma opened in Kitchener

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • The Upper Vault, a butcher shop, opened in the Cornwall Square

      choosecornwall.ca
    • BrightPath Academy Leslieville, a childcare centre, will open in winter 2023

      brightpathkids.com
    • One of a Kind Furniture Décor store opened in Fonthill

      thoroldtoday.ca
  • Week of 2023-11-09 to 2023-11-15
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 29 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • The Backyard Smokehouse opened in Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 5 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 8 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 12 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 14 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 15

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 19 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 22 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • Wingstop Inc. is opening a restaurant in Mississauga in January 2024

      insauga.com
    • Three Richemont-owned watch brands, Roger Dubuis, Panerai and IWC, will open at the base of the Park Hyatt Hotel in Toronto in December

      retail-insider.com
    • Primerica, a financial services company, opened in Trenton

      quintewestchamber.ca
    • Laylak, a Lebanese restaurant, opened in Oakville on November 22

      insidehalton.com
    • Lyft, a ride-sharing service, expanded services to London

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte received $505K and Alderville First Nation received $328K from the provincial government for electrical projects

      quintenews.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 15 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 20 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • Thomas Cavanagh Construction Limited is building a 10,000-sq.-ft. net-zero municipal building in Beckwith, with the $5M federal government loan and a $750K grant from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities

      insideottawavalley.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 29

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 8 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 13

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 21 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 22 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on December 1

      jobfairx.com
    • A 108-unit residential building in Sault Ste. Marie is under construction and is expected to be finished by fall 2024.

      sootoday.com
    • Construction is underway on a long-term care home to replace the Champlain Long-Term Care Residence in Orléans. The project will provide 224 new beds upon completion in the fall of 2025.

      ontario.ca
    • Labatt Brewing Company Ltd. invested $26.6M in its London plant to increase fermenting cellar capacity and create two new packaging lines

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • NextStar Energy is continuing to hire for production workers at its Windsor battery plant scheduled to start in 2025

      ctvnews.ca
    • Breadsource Corporation, a Scarborough-based manufacturer of baked goods, received $5M from the provincial government to enhance its production, and create over 35 jobs

      canada.ca
    • The federal government is investing over $4M in the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute in Ottawa to establish the 8-80 Collaborative, a partnership with Bruyère to support healthcare innovation. The project is expected to support over 30 businesses, provide training and mentorship for 50 people and create over 85 jobs.

      canada.ca
    • The provincial government is investing $9.6M in twenty-six automotive parts suppliers across Ontario, creating about 111 jobs

      ontario.ca
    • Farm Boy is opening a store in Mississauga by the summer of 2024, creating about 120 jobs

      blogto.com
    • The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario is building a $371M, 220,000-sq.-ft. Integrated Treatment Centre and five-storey parking garage in Ottawa. Construction is expected to be completed by 2027.

      standard-freeholder.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 20 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • The provincial government is investing $5M in Health Sciences North to support future patient care

      sudbury.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 18 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 13 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 11

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 6 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 4 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • The provincial government is investing $4.3M in four training projects to help 356 Canadian Armed Forces members join the workforce after military service

      ontario.ca
    • The Petro-Canada in Wiarton is closing as of December 13th

      owensoundsuntimes.com
    • Opies Quality Meats, a butcher and bake shop in Hamilton, will close on December 23

      cekan.ca
    • La Piazza Alegra, an Italian restaurant, closed in Hamilton on November 5

      inthehammer.com
    • Due to a lack of funding, Huron-Perth Public Health is laying off about 13 workers

      ctvnews.ca
    • Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. laid off about 200 people from its corporate workforce, and eliminated most vacancies

      cbc.ca
    • Bad Boy Furniture Warehouse Limited filed for bankruptcy impacting 275 workers across Ontario

      cbc.ca
    • The Sault Area Hospital is expanding geriatric service programs

      saultstar.com
    • Construction is underway at Sherwood Park Manor a long-term care facility in Brockville. The project will provide 96 new beds upon completion in the fall of 2025.

      ontario.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 6 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on December 1 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 28 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on December 22 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • The provincial government is investing more than $4.1M to five mining supply and services projects in Northeastern Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • Fairfield-Gutzeit House, a museum in Bath, received $1.6M to renovate the facility, and is expected to be completed by the summer of 2025

      napaneebeaver.ca
    • Construction is underway on Southbridge Ottawa a long-term care home in Nepean. The project will provide 192 new beds upon completion in the summer of 2025.

      ontario.ca
    • Construction is almost complete on the expanded Cambridge Sports Park by the Buckingham Sports Properties Company

      cambridgetoday.ca
    • Mary Brown’s Fried Chicken opened in Val Caron

      sudbury.com
    • The Mount Baldy Ski Area in Thunder Bay opened for the season

      tbnewswatch.com
  • Week of 2023-11-02 to 2023-11-08
    • W.O. Stinson & Son Ltd. is building a gas station in Kemptville, with an expected completion date by January next year

      insideottawavalley.com
    • Confederation College is launching a two-year diploma program in September 2024 to address the shortage of pharmacy technicians in Northwestern Ontario

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Air Transat will double its weekly flights from the London International Airport to Cancun, Mexico and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic starting in December

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • Canadian rock band Rush and the Henderson Brewing Company opened a new bar at Pearson Airport in Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • The provincial government is investing more than $500K in Northwestern Ontario businesses to assist with hiring and economic growth in the region

      chroniclejournal.com
    • A Starbucks location with a drive-thru opened in Milton

      inhalton.com
    • The provincial government is investing about $1.3M in four construction projects in Timmins

      timminspress.com
    • The provincial government is investing more than $4.1M in nine agri-food projects in Northeastern Ontario

      ontario.ca
    • Li-Cycle Corp., a battery recycling company, is laying off 30 workers in Kingston

      www.msn.com
    • Phase two of Rogers Centre's renovation is underway and expected to be complete for the start of the 2024 baseball season

      constructconnect.com
    • Landmark Structures is building a $7.5M water tower in Prescott

      recorder.ca
    • A new childcare centre opened in Tobermory

      bayshorebroadcasting.ca
    • Construction is underway on two new long-term care projects: Neighbourhood Better Living in Belleville and Clare McFaul Long-Term Care in Madoc. The two projects will provide 288 new beds upon completion in the fall of 2025.

      ontario.ca
    • Construction of the St. Padre Pio Catholic Secondary School started in Brantford, with expected completion in 2026

      simcoereformer.ca
    • The One Yonge Community Recreation Centre opened in downtown Toronto

      toronto.ca
    • The federal government and the City of Toronto are investing a total of $23.8M into two projects creating 43 affordable housing units in Toronto

      newswire.ca
    • The federal government is investing $42.4M to create new housing in Kitchener

      cmhc-schl.gc.ca
    • Construction of a 60,000-sq.-ft. Tesla dealership started at Hamilton's CF Lime Ridge Mall, and is expected to open in fall 2024

      constructconnect.com
    • The Toronto Transit Commission is hiring for various positions

      blogto.com
    • The Canada Revenue Agency is recruiting new graduates for entry-level jobs in several Ontario cities including Mississauga, Hamilton, Oshawa and St. Catharines

      insauga.com
    • The Windsor Assembly Plant will manufacture next generation Dodge electric muscle cars from the recent $1.89B investment retooling the plant

      ctvnews.ca
    • E-commerce fulfillment warehouse Radial is hiring for around 200 entry-level positions in Mississauga ahead of the holiday season

      insauga.com
    • Muskoka Lakes Preschool opened a 36-space facility at Glen Orchard Public School. Six additional workers are expected to be hired

      muskokaregion.com
    • Little Sito, a Lebanese restaurant in Toronto, closed permanently

      blogto.com
    • Mavericks Burger Co. closed permanently in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Faire Wholesale Inc., an online wholesale marketplace, laid off 250 workers as part of a company-wide restructuring. The number of layoffs in Kitchener-Waterloo and Toronto is unknown.

      betakit.com
  • Week of 2023-10-26 to 2023-11-01
    • The Bob Hayward YMCA in London will close on November 24, laying off about 19 workers.

      cbc.ca
    • Rogers Communications Inc. is hiring entry-level positions for the Toronto Blue Jays

      dailyhive.com
    • Sleep Country Canada opened a new location in Ottawa

      newswire.ca
    • Pure Tan salon opened in Carleton Place

      insideottawavalley.com
    • The John R. Park Homestead Conservation Area will be closed until the spring of 2024 for restoration and repair work

      ctvnews.ca
    • Gulf Developments Inc. started construction on a second fire hall in LaSalle

      windsornewstoday.ca
    • Ivan Franko Homes is building a 160-bed long-term care home in Mississauga, with an expected completion date by winter 2025

      ontario.ca
    • The Guelph Community Health Centre is building 32 supportive housing units in Guelph, with an expected completion date by the end of 2023

      cbc.ca
    • IBI Behavioural Services, a private school specializing in supporting children with autism, is opening next January in Barrie

      ctvnews.ca
    • The Eastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church is building 42 affordable housing units in Kitchener, with an expected completion date in the fall of 2024

      cbc.ca
    • The Métis Nation of Ontario started construction on an affordable housing development in Midland, with an expected completion date in early 2025

      simcoe.com
    • Staikos Homes Ltd. Is building an apartment building with 68 rental units in Belleville, with an expected completion date before the end of 2024

      quintenews.com
    • The Orillia Solders' Memorial Hospital in Orillia received $25M from the provincial government for new hospital beds and nurse training

      simcoe.com
    • The Thornloe Cheese Factory, located near New Liskeard, permanently closed

      nugget.ca
    • The Upper Canada District School Board received $2.5M from the provincial government to hire up to 25 special education teachers

      recorder.ca
    • Ontario Power Generation opened their Western Clean-Energy Sorting & Recycling facility to process nuclear materials in Kincardine, employing about 25 people

      neimagazine.com
    • Eataly, an Italian marketplace and restaurant collective, will open a 9,800-sq.-ft. location at the CF Shops in Don Mills in the first half of 2024

      retail-insider.com
    • Ashley Canada Furniture and Mattress opened a 25,000-sq.-ft. store in St. Catharines

      niagarathisweek.com
    • Endy, a mattress company, opened its first retail store at Toronto's CF Sherway Gardens Shopping Mal in early November

      retail-insider.com
    • Rogers Communications Inc. shut down its CityNews Ottawa radio station, laying off nearly 10 employees

      .obj.ca
  • Week of 2023-10-19 to 2023-10-25
    • The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority is training 33 bus drivers to address the ongoing shortage of workers in the City

      citynews.ca
    • Sharbot Lake Chiropractic & Wellness Centre opened in the County of Frontenac, which resulted in the hiring of three practitioners

      frontenacnews.ca
    • Shawarma Alley restaurant opened in Guelph

      guelphmercury.com
    • Wilfrid Laurier University is in the process of upgrading its stadium, a project set to span the next ten years and expected to cost up to $100M

      cbc.ca
    • Law & Orders, an Ottawa-based burger chain, is opening a location in Belleville

      quintenews.com
    • The provincial government is planning to build approximately 5,900 new residential units near six future transit stations along the Ontario Line subway and Scarborough Subway Extension, an expansion that will create over 1,900 jobs

      ontario.ca
    • Radiant Care Pleasant Manor, a long-term care home in Niagara Falls, is expanding its facility to 160 beds by late 2025, with the potential to create over 200 jobs once operational

      thoroldtoday.ca
    • Scotiabank is reducing its global workforce by approximately 2,700 jobs, constituting a three percent reduction in staff. The impact in Ontario is unknown at this time.

      thestar.com
    • Compassionate Heart Home Care, a personal care service provider, opened an office in Cobourg

      brightontoday.ca
    • The City of Brampton has secured $114M in federal government funding to support the construction of over 24,000 homes over the coming decade

      bramptonguardian.com
    • Construction began on the Turner Fenton Secondary School cricket pitch, a joint project between the City of Brampton and the Peel District School Board, with a slated completion date of summer 2024

      bramptonguardian.com
    • Greater Toronto Airports Authority is investing $700K in various Brampton, Etobicoke and Mississauga organizations to help provide residents with employment training

      newswire.ca
    • LCBO opened a new location in Mississauga’s Erin Mills Town Centre

      mississauga.com
    • Historic Red Dog Tavern, a live music bar in downtown Peterborough, closed

      kawarthanow.com
    • Three organizations in Peterborough received nearly $265K from the federal government to enhance housing support and organize a homelessness symposium

      kawarthanow.com
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $147.4M over three years to support hospice palliative care services across the province

      muskokaregion.com
    • The Loose Goose - Resto Pub and Lounge is hiring for 50 positions in Windsor’s Walkerville neighbourhood

      ctvnews.ca
    • Construction is underway at ?dis?ke, Ottawa's new central library, which is scheduled to open in 2026

      citynews.ca
    • Imaginaire, a Quebec-based collectibles and hobby store, opened a 20,000-sq.-ft. location at the CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa

      .obj.ca
    • Broccolini Construction is building a 984,000-sq.-ft. distribution centre at the Cornwall Business Park

      choosecornwall.ca
    • London Health Sciences Centre is hiring nearly 100 employees to assist in switching to a fully digitalized electronic health record system

      londonnewstoday.ca
    • Boreal Naturals, a frozen fruit and vegetable grower, received $46K from the federal government to triple its production, creating four new jobs in the Municipality of Markstay-Warren

      canada.ca
    • Marlin Travel agency opened a new location in Peterborough

      ptbotoday.ca
    • The Cornwall Community Hospital hired three full-time physicians for its Emergency Department team

      choosecornwall.ca
  • Week of 2023-10-12 to 2023-10-18
    • Brockville General Hospital is hiring nurses and physicians

      globalnews.ca
    • GetQuorum, a software company in Toronto, received $1.5M from the Government of Canada to expand its digital platform and create 13 jobs

      canada.ca
    • Umicore Rechargeable Battery Materials Canada Inc. is investing $2.761B in a new manufacturing plant in Loyalist Township, with the help of the federal and provincial governments. The facility will create 600 direct jobs and 700 co-op positions in its first stage of operation.

      canada.ca
    • The Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario and the City of Peterborough are investing over $51M to build and repair affordable homes in Peterborough

      ontario.ca
    • The Grenville Canal is in the midst of a $5M reconstruction project aimed at revitalizing its walls, with a scheduled completion date of June 2024

      thereview.ca
    • The City of Hamilton will receive $93.5M from the Government of Canada to fast-track the construction of 2,600 housing units over the next three years, and 9,000 in the next decade, by eliminating barriers to housing development

      newswire.ca
    • The Government of Ontario has allocated $62M in funding to support the creation of 2,889 childcare spaces in London

      ontario.ca
    • Core Education and Fine Arts, a BC-based early learning centre for children, opened a location in Burlington

      burlingtontoday.com
    • Maple Villa Long Term Care Centre is building a new 256-bed facility in Burlington, set to be completed by summer 2025, with assistance from the Ontario government

      insidehalton.com
    • Pathstone Mental Health opened a new in-person Walk-In Clinic at the Seaway Mall in Welland

      thoroldtoday.ca
    • Police services in North Bay, Kirkland Lake, Temiskaming and Greater Sudbury are each receiving $120K from the provincial government to support special mobile response teams

      timminstoday.com
    • The Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation received $660K from the federal government to construct a new 11,250-sq.-ft. building at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport. The project will create approximately 15 construction jobs throughout development.

      canada.ca
    • Don Poulin Potatoes received a $750K investment from the federal government to construct a new 12,000-sq.-ft production facility in Chelmsford and purchase specialized equipment

      canada.ca
    • The federal government is investing $450K in the Rural Agri-Innovation Network, a division of the Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre. The funding will create 37 new jobs.

      canada.ca
    • Five Counties Children’s Centre in Peterborough will be allocated $2M in yearly funding from the provincial government. The sum will be used in part to retain and recruit staff related to children’s treatment services.

      globalnews.ca
    • The Government of Ontario is investing $20.5M over three years to enhance wildland fire management by hiring and training critical fire staff, among other things

      ontario.ca
    • CION and Reel Canada will offer free film crew training sessions in Greater Sudbury, Timmins and North Bay from October 28 to November 26

      ontario.ca
    • The Ontario government is investing $7.3M to support Indigenous job seekers in Northern Ontario with skills training for in-demand careers

      timminspress.com
    • The City of Timmins is constructing a $170M Golden Manor long-term care home to accommodate 192 residents in approximately two years

      timminspress.com
    • Lambton College is launching a $3.4M research lab focused on applied research in plastics, rubber, and other materials, offering up to 50 paid research opportunities for students

      sarniathisweek.com
    • Conagra Brands Canada Inc. is expanding its Dresden tomato processing plant, leading to increased capacity and job creation

      chathamdailynews.ca
    • AVANT by Altea Active, a wellness and social club, will open a 31,000-sq.-ft. location in downtown Toronto by early 2025

      retail-insider.com
    • TABLE Fare + Social, a food hall and restaurant spanning a combined 50,000-sq.-ft., will open in Toronto's CIBC Square

      retail-insider.com
    • Loewe, a Spanish fashion brand, will open its first standalone Canadian storefront in Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre this year

      retail-insider.com
    • Longo's will open a new grocery store in northwest Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • June 2024, Fanshawe College will launch a mentorship program geared towards recruiting 1,000 women to the skilled trades

      ctvnews.ca
    • Muldoon’s Pizza has shut down in London

      cbc.ca
    • Queen's University in Kingston launched the Queen’s-Lakeridge Health MD Family Medicine Program

      queensu.ca
    • Audrey's Costume Castle & Dancewear, a store in Kingston, closed

      globalnews.ca
    • Windsor City Council approved the construction of a 14,500-sq.-ft. fire station in LaSalle. It is expected to be completed by January 2025.

      windsorstar.com
  • Week of 2023-10-05 to 2023-10-11
    • Van Cleef & Arpels, a French jewellery brand, opened a 2,500-sq.-ft. location in downtown Toronto

      retail-insider.com
    • Peel Regional Police is starting construction on a new 250,000-sq.-ft. Operational Support Facility in Brampton, set to begin in 2024 and expected to take three years, with the potential to create over 700 jobs once operational

      mississauga.com
    • Ramekins Casual Fine Dining in Kingston closed its dining room, reducing staff from 32 employees to six

      thewhig.com
    • The federal government is investing $2.9M to support wood manufacturers across southern Ontario. The funding will go towards digital adoption projects for small and medium enterprises, and is expected to create 50 new jobs.

      canada.ca
    • The provincial government is providing financial support for the construction of a $7.9M daycare in the Cochrane District and a $5.5M daycare in South Porcupine, both of which are expected to become operational within the next two years

      northernnews.ca
    • PWO Canada, a subsidiary of the German auto parts manufacturer PWO Group, is investing $9.6M in its Kitchener facility with the help of the provincial government, resulting in the creation of 27 jobs

      ontario.ca
    • AAG Tailored Cutting Solutions opened a 105,000-sq.-ft. facility in Hamilton's Waterdown community, which is expected to bring over 100 jobs to the area

      inthehammer.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 27 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 29

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 17 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 15

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 10 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 9 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 28 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 20 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 17

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 14 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 29 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 28 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 27

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 20 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 15 for healthcare jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 13

      jobfairx.com
    • The Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service is building a new headquarters on Cornwall Island with a planned completion date of June 2025

      standard-freeholder.com
    • Construction on the new Aquatic and Wellness Centre began in Saugeen Shores, and is set to be completed by early 2025

      saugeentimes.com
    • West Perth Village, a 128 bed seniors community, held its grand opening in October

      clintonnewsrecord.com
    • Booster Juice opened a location in Cornwall

      choosecornwall.ca
    • A job fair will be hosted at the Wingham Columbus Centre on October 25

      pentictonherald.ca
    • The City of Toronto will host a Small Business Forum on October 30 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre to support local businesses with information, connections and resources

      newswire.ca
    • Kitchener's Landmark Cinemas closed, resulting in 20 layoffs

      waterloochronicle.ca
    • The provincial government is providing over $5.7M to six economic development projects in Greenstone to stimulate growth and job creation

      ontario.ca
    • Denny's, a breakfast restaurant chain, closed in Burlington

      inhalton.com
    • radius® on Brant, a restaurant, will be opening in Burlington in November

      cekan.ca
    • Nature’s Emporium, a 24,000-sq.-ft. health food market, opened in Oakville

      insidehalton.com
    • MVW Construction and Engineering began construction of a $9.3M municipal fleet maintenance facility in Bobcaygeon, with an anticipated completion date in November 2024

      ptbotoday.ca
    • Two Tutti Frutti locations are closing in Sudbury in October, resulting in the loss of at least 14 jobs

      sudbury.com
    • The Magnetawan Daycare Centre is set to open in early 2024 within the District of Parry Sound, providing space for up to 15 children

      northbaynipissing.com
    • FatFace Group, a British clothing brand, opened a store in Halton Hills' Toronto Premium Outlets

      retail-insider.com
  • Week of 2023-09-28 to 2023-10-04
    • Thunder Bay's Confederation College launched a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program

      ckdr.net
    • Saugeen Sparks Training Centre launched a free skilled trades program in Saugeen Shores

      bayshorebroadcasting.ca
    • Owen Sound's Kelseys Original Roadhouse, a restaurant employing 30 individuals, will close until fall 2024 due to fire damage

      owensoundsuntimes.com
    • Planet Fitness will open a gym in Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Government of Canada is supporting six strategic initiatives led by Indigenous communities, businesses, and organizations in Northwestern Ontario with a $2.4M investment

      canada.ca
    • The Matawa Education and Care Centre, a cultural programming and accommodation facility for Indigenous youth, opened in Thunder Bay

      chroniclejournal.com
    • Five stores, Crumbl Cookies, Rock N Roll Ice Cream, Red Wing Shoes, Pedi N Nails and Removery, opened in Mississauga's Heartland Town Centre

      insauga.com
    • The Government of Canada is investing about $350K in two freshwater projects surrounding the Great Lakes, including the Bay of Quinte. This investment is part of $2.7M Freshwater Action Plan consisting of 24 projects over the next three years.

      quintenews.com
    • Construction started on Port Elgin's $50M Aquatics & Wellness Centre

      shorelinebeacon.com
    • Greenfield Global, a manufacturer and distributor of specialty alcohols, completed a $160M expansion at its Johnstown distillery, creating 19 full-time jobs

      recorder.ca
    • Eataly, an Italian marketplace and restaurant collective, will open a 25,000-sq.-ft. location in Etobicoke's CF Sherway Gardens shopping mall in November

      insauga.com
    • The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board is set to relocate its head office to London by 2025, a move that will bring 500 workers to the area and is expected to generate up to 2000 jobs over the course of five years

      ontario.ca
    • Starbucks Reserve Bar closed its Don Mills location permanently

      blogto.com
    • Cong Ca Phe, a Vietnamese cafe chain, opened a location in Toronto

      blogto.com
    • Chuck’s Roadhouse Bar and Grill will open in Gravenhurst and employ approximately 20 to 30 rotating staff members once operational

      muskokaregion.com
    • The Town of Bracebridge is constructing the Muskoka Lumber Community Centre, scheduled to open in August 2024

      muskokaregion.com
    • TechnologyX will host the virtual, tech-focused Mississauga job fair on October 17

      eventbrite.ca
    • CareerClub will host a virtual job fair in Toronto on November 3

      eventbrite.ca
    • CIBC will close its only branch in the Town of Ilderton in April 2024

      cbc.ca
    • HomeSense opened a store in Cornwall

      choosecornwall.ca
    • The Toronto Career Fair and Training Expo will take place in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on October 18

      eventbrite.ca
  • Week of 2023-09-21 to 2023-09-27
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 2 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • Lanark Lifestyles, a retirement residence, opened in Perth with a pharmacy, clinic and medical centre on site

      insideottawavalley.com
    • Urban Planet, a Toronto-based clothing retailer, is closing its location in Cambrian Mall, Sault Ste. Marie

      saultstar.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 3

      jobfairx.com
    • RELAY Coffee Roasters, a retail coffee shop, closed one of its locations in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 7 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Peterborough region on November 10 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • An Osmow's Shawarma location opened in Quinte West

      intelligencer.ca
    • Construction began at Ted Laurier Place, a long-term care home in Cornwall. The 128-bed facility is expected to open by late 2025.

      choosecornwall.ca
    • Hypercharge Networks Corp, invested over $458K with help from the federal government, to install 48 Level 2 EV chargers in 11 parking lots across Southern Ontario by the end of 2024

      canada.ca
    • The Peterborough County-City Paramedics received an additional $914K from the Government of Ontario to create an additional eight full-time and several part-time paramedics positions

      ptbocanada.com
    • The Lake of the Woods District Hospital in Kenora received over $1M from the provincial government for infrastructure upgrades

      kenoraonline.com
    • Canadore College in North Bay received $2M from the provincial government to construct a multi-use sports complex, and it is expected to be completed by spring 2024

      nugget.ca
    • Erie Shores Healthcare in Leamington received $7.2M in funding from the provincial government for 14 new hospital beds

      windsornewstoday.ca
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 6 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 8 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Ottawa region on November 10 for technology jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony has filed for bankruptcy, affecting 50 musicians and 17 staff

      ctvnews.ca
    • Rona Inc. opened a new store in Belleville

      quintenews.com
    • Construction on the Loyalist College in Belleville is underway to upgrade campus facilities and expand study spaces

      loyalistcollege.com
    • A mega Amazon facility will open in Belleville in mid-October, creating up to 200 full-time jobs, with the addition of more seasonal roles throughout the year

      globalnews.ca
    • A Taco Bell location opened in Thunder Bay

      tbnewswatch.com
    • Ten new restaurants opened in Toronto this summer

      blogto.com
    • D Spot Dessert Cafe opened a new location in Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • Metrolinx added ambassadors on GO Train platforms in Mississauga, Oakville, Hamilton and across the GTAH

      insauga.com
    • Brands & Bins Gone Wild, a discount retailer, opened a location in Oakville and reopened its Etobicoke location

      insauga.com
    • Hamadah Fine Foods, a Middle Eastern restaurant, opened in Mississauga

      insauga.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on November 1

      jobfairx.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on October 27 for veterans

      jobfairx.com
    • A TacoMex location opened in Hamilton

      thespec.com
    • JobFairX will be hosting a virtual job fair for the Kingston region on October 25 for entry-level jobs

      jobfairx.com
    • The District Taps + Bar opened in Hamilton

      cekan.ca
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