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Key Employment Sectors

Lennox and Addington’s key employment sectors offer a thriving business environment with strategic market access and growth potential.

EV Battery and Supply Chain

With nearby raw materials and a focus on clean energy, L&A provides access to skilled labour, cost efficiencies and a central location.

Advanced Manufacturing

L&A’s advanced manufacturing sector, offering growth potential and competitive costs, serves various industries from aerospace to medical devices.

Logistics and Transportation

L&A’s logistics and transportation sector is thriving, providing a cost-effective location with convenient access to customers and lower land and building costs compared to urban centers.

Food and Beverage

L&A boasts a thriving food cluster, attracting both small specialty producers and multinational firms.

View the 2021 Supply Chain Analysis Report

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Opportunities by Area

L&A’s vibrant and growing communities offer cost-effective business opportunities and a tranquil rural lifestyle, perfect for both businesses and individuals seeking a dynamic yet picturesque setting.

Town of Greater Napanee

Key Highlights

  • Situated along Highway 401, Greater Napanee stretches from the shores of Lake Ontario north to Roblin
  • A small-town feel, without being too far away from major cities
  • Known for its beautiful waterfront, parks and historic buildings
  • Less than 30-minutes from the cities of Kingston and Belleville; a two-hour drive from Toronto and Ottawa, and only three hours to Montreal
  • A thriving commercial base, including a reinvigorated historic downtown area
  • Wide range of available properties suited to both commercial and industrial users
  • The growing Richmond Industrial Park has available serviced land for general and heavy industrial users
  • When compared with the province overall, the workforce in Greater Napanee has a higher concentration of employment in utilities, construction, manufacturing, health care, accommodation and food services, public administration and agriculture
  • More than 57 per cent of residents have a post-secondary education

Loyalist Township

Key Highlights

  • A variety of living environments, from fully-serviced communities of Amherstview, Odessa and Bath to the rural communities of Wilton, Millhaven, Stella, Violet and Switzerville
  • One of the faster growing municipalities in Eastern Ontario, with an increase of nearly 10 per cent over the past decade
  • Located along Highway 401 between the Eastern Ontario commercial hubs of Kingston to the east and Belleville to
    the west.
  • In growth mode, with many investment opportunities ranging from local services to industrial development
  • 60 per cent of residents have a post-secondary education
  • 92 per cent of residents have a high school diploma
  • Nearly 10 per cent of the population Loyalist speak both English and French, a level close to the provincial average
  • The population aged 25-64 are more likely to be college-educated compared to the province as a whole (37 per cent versus 25 per cent of the total)
  • Slightly higher share of the population with apprenticeships/trades education compared to the province overall

Township of Stone Mills

Key Highlights

  • Known for the abundance of recreational and farm land
  • A wide range of available properties for starting a home-based or free-standing business
  • A growing community of almost 8,000 people situated in central Lennox and Addington County, just north of Highway 401
  • Economic diversification is a top priority for Council with efforts to attract and retain businesses in the downtowns of the various hamlets throughout the Township
  • Becoming known for its industrial and commercial opportunities
  • The Township’s labour force has a larger share who work
    full-time and full year compared to the province overall at 56 per cent of the total compared to 52 per cent across the province
  • The Township has a higher concentration of workers in construction, public administration, health care, manufacturing and education
  • Stone Mills is home to 2.8 times as many workers in agriculture and other primary industries, as a share of the total population

Township of Addington Highlands

Key Highlights

  • The population aged 25-64 living in Addington Highlands has more than double the share with apprenticeships and trades education
  • The top employment sectors for the workforce living in Addington Highlands are health care and social assistance, construction and retail trade
  • The top occupational groups include trades, transport and equipment operators, sales and service occupations and health occupations
  • Ideal blend of small-town/rural charm with nearby urban amenities
  • Serviced by a number of healthcare facilities, including the Lakelands Family Health Team and other providers
  • 40 per cent of the population work full-year, full-time
  • In 2016, nearly 350 people who were living in Addington Highlands had lived elsewhere five years earlier
  • Average value of a home is $242,000

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