Valley Economic Update: September 2018

Did you know? the Annapolis Valley economic region covers Annapolis, Kings and Hants counties as of July 2017, the population in this region was 124,808 (Source: Statistics Canada estimate) 3,487 Valley businesses and institutions have employees (Source: Canada...

Jobs surge in the Annapolis Valley

A jobs spike in the middle of 2017 pushed annual employment significantly higher in the Annapolis Valley compared with 2016. Preliminary labour force data for the 2017 calendar year shows strong growth in employment in the Annapolis Valley economic region.* The spike...

Annapolis Valley Labour Market Trends: September 2017

The Annapolis Valley unemployment rate has fallen to within one percentage point of the Halifax rate. Employment in the Valley increased by almost 5% in the January-September period of 2017 compared with the first nine months of 2016. CLICK HERE to read Valley...

Report from the Valley REN Annual General Meeting

There is a shared optimism for the economic strength of the Annapolis Valley. The Valley Regional Enterprise Network (Valley REN) held its second Annual General Meeting at the historic King’s-Edgehill school library in Windsor on June 19. More than 60 people attended,...

Annapolis Valley in the spotlight at Boston Globe Travel Show

MEDIA RELEASE Jointly issued by the Annapolis Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Valley Regional Enterprise Network                                     The Annapolis Valley was in the spotlight at the Boston Globe Travel Show from February 10 to 12 in Boston,...

2016: A good year for jobs in the Annapolis Valley

The Annapolis Valley region recorded a steady and significant rise in employment in 2016 compared with 2015. According to preliminary annual figures just released by Statistics Canada, the Valley gained 1,200 jobs in 2016, an increase of 2.2 per cent. Most of the new...
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