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Who's hiring in Toronto? Loblaw, FreshBooks, and more

Lots of interesting opportunities have cropped up lately. Here are a few of the most promising:

Grocery giant Loblaw is currently looking for a senior developer and a more junior developer to work within its new eCommerce group. Both hires will work on the company's new product platform, set to launch later in 2013.

The Pembina Institute is Canada's best-known clean energy think tank. The non-profit is seeking a communications lead with at least two years of professional experience.

Ecommerce start-up Shopcastr, who we last wrote about in the summer, is hiring a UI/UX designer, to spearhead their design projects. Unusual skil required: "Can make a bitchin’ button."

For those with a good appetite, Postmedia is looking for someone to do front- and back-end development of their new experiment in food publishing called Gastropost.

Also on the hunt for a developer is TalentEgg, the innovative job board that matches up employers and students. They are looking especially for someone with PHP skills.

If the outdoors is more your speed, Evergreen is looking for an assistant camp director. Their camp is called Green City Adventure Camp and it focuses on the intersection of the environment with the city.

Finally--and also good for the nature lovers--the Riverdale Food Working Group is hoping to find someone with just the right energy to serve as a community animator and raise local awareness of food and food security issues.

Are you hiring or do you know of an innovative job opportunity in Toronto? Email Yonge Street's innovation and jobs editor Hamutal Dotan to let her know. 
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