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This unit group includes those who perform support functions in courts of law, such as calling court to order, preparing court dockets and maintaining exhibits. Court clerks are employed by federal and provincial courts.
court clerk, court clerk-crier, criminal court clerk, judicial clerk, provincial court clerk.
- Call courts of law to order; read charges; take pleas from defendants; swear in witnesses and perform other clerical functions in the courtrooms
- Prepare court files, court dockets and other documents
- Record main court proceedings, including pleas, names of witnesses, dates, times and rulings
- Manage care and custody of court exhibits
- Prepare documents for and participate in jury selection
- Update and maintain court office paper and electronic indexes and files on actions taken by court or in response to court decisions
- Receive, disburse and account for fines, fees and trust monies
- Assist the public in court offices.
Abbotsford, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver, Chilliwack, Langley, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, White Rock, Gibsons, Mission, Aldergrove, Brunswick Beach, Crescent, Crescent Beach, Cultus Lake, Elgin, Fort Langley, Grandview, Lions Bay, McMillan Island, Ocean Park, South Surrey, Sunnyside, Willoughby
Outlook & Prospects for Court Clerks in Lower Mainland - Southwest Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Mar 31 - Apr 04, 2014
- MOSAIC is hosting a job fair on April 8, 2014 to connect new immigrants with employment opportunities. The job fair takes place at the Croatian Cultural Center in Burnaby, admission is free and attendees are advised to bring resumes.
- The Peninsula Club is hoping to open a 160,000 sq.-ft. private sports and recreation club in South Surrey. If approved, the club would require approximately 900 man-years of construction and up to 300 full-time jobs once operational.
- According to a recent survey by Manpower, 17% of employers in Delta and Richmond are expecting to hire more employees between April and June. No employers reported that they expected to lay off staff.
- Richmond-based Mantra Energy Alternatives and Lafarge Canada are working together to pilot a new process which converts carbon dioxide into useful chemicals. The technology will be tested at Lafarge's No. 9 Road cement plant in Richmond.
- A new 16,000 sq.-ft. Shoppers Drug Mart celebrated its grand opening in Langley on March 22
- Vancouver's Ho Sun Hing Printers shut down on March 23, after more than 100 years in business. The company has occupied a large two-floor space on East Georgia Street since 1961.
- Aside from False Creek Flats, a 209-unit condominium development, the City of Vancouver is keeping the focus of the False Creek area on jobs. There is currently no permission for further residential development in the primarily, warehouse and distribution area of the city. Additional projects in the area include Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and Mountain Equipment Coop's headquarters.
- After more than 100 years in business, Pappas Furs will shut down on April 15. The company reported that its 24,000 sq.-ft. building, located on Hamilton Street, is under construction and will be rented out to other companies.
- Industrial Light & Magic is hiring 70 new employees in their Vancouver office. The Gastown studio will be working on a significant portion of the new Star Wars movie, and as a result, will increase its current staff from 130 to 200.
- St. Augustine's Elementary School in Vancouver has begun construction of its new $10.4M building. Construction is expected to take 15 months; once complete, the school will be able to admit 290 students, eventually expanding to two classes in each grade.
- The Lillooet Friendship Centre has issued 17 layoff notices until further funding is approved. Friendship Centres across BC employ more than 1,000 workers with 25 agencies.
- Dine Out Vancouver, an annual festival encouraging people to visit new restaurants, had a record breaking year. The festival had more than 80,000 participants at 263 restaurants, and contributed an estimated $3.9M to the local economy.
- A new Whole Foods is scheduled to open in early 2018 in North Vancouver. The store is part of a mixed-use development by The Omni Group; also included is an 80 ft. office building and two condo towers.
- Flavelle Sawmill, located in Port Moody, will be returning to full operation. The mill is adding 20 employees to fulfill orders for cedar products, bringing the total staff up to 155.
- PacificSport, and Abbotsford-based sports organization, has opened a second location in Langley. The company provides its service to 11 communities, and the additional location will ensure a better use of staff and resources.
- Aramark, a food service provider, has ended its contract with Canucks Sports and Entertainment. As a result, nearly 1,000 employees who work at Vancouver's Rogers Arena have been issued layoff notices.
- Rumpus Room, a restaurant in Mount Pleasant, is closing at the end of March. A condo development will be built at the location.
- Following a façade failure in February, repairs on the Ladner Leisure Centre in Delta will take place throughout the summer. The facility is focussed on internal repairs in order to minimize the impact to users of the building.
- Vancouver city council is ready to debate a 30-year, $1B plan to reform the low-income downtown eastside without increasing density or pushing out residents
- Metro Vancouver conducted its annual homelessness count on March 11. The event, which relies on around 900 volunteers, allows the regional steering committee on homelessness to better understand the issues facing the city.
- According to the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index, house prices in Vancouver have grown by 0.9% in January, the 10th consecutive month of increases. Victoria increased by the same percentage; ending four months of consecutive declines.
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