STUFF magazine features Cornwall in its 4th edition

STUFF magazine features Cornwall in its 4th edition

November 22, 2022
By Bob Peters

Cornwall Ontario – From everyday items to world-class products in every industry, what is made and built in Eastern Ontario is truly impressive. The companies that make these products are looking to grow their teams by offering exciting new career paths.

Do you have the right material? This is the theme of the latest issue of STUFF Crafted and Manufactured in Eastern Ontarioan interactive digital and print magazine celebrating successes and promoting opportunities in the region’s manufacturing and construction industries.

“Across Eastern Ontario, there are thousands of dynamic, innovative companies making and building things, many of which operate under the radar,” says Terry Tyo, Publisher of STUFF. “The one thing all of these companies have in common is that they depend on a creative and talented workforce in a wide variety of careers. They are looking for people who want to work with their hands and their heads, people who take great pride in the skills required to make things, and those who want to be at the forefront of digital transformation.

The fourth edition of the popular magazine highlights well-paying and rewarding careers in communities across Eastern Ontario. THINGS includes a two-page profile on Cornwall, plus information on local businesses such as Fieldless Farms, Zipgrow, Laminacorr, Morbern, Olymel, Lactalis and Ross Video. The 2022-23 edition also has a major file on Saint-Laurent College.

“There are over 500 jobs available in Cornwall right now, and the latest edition of THINGS helps publicize these career opportunities,” said Mayor Justin Towndale. “It’s nice to see the magazine supported by both the private and public sectors as we highlight the benefits of working and living in Eastern Ontario. »

Jobs in Cornwall

Cornwall businesses continue to recruit across a wide variety of sectors. Current employment opportunities can be viewed online at the job board. Job seekers can also download the Cornwall Career Guide and viewing a series of videos featuring local employers:

Get your hands on STUFF

THINGS will soon be available at area high schools, colleges and job centers. Locally, copies of THINGS are available at the Civic Complex and upon request from Cornwall Economic Development via the online information request form. You can also view the magazine online here:

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Amanda P. Whitten