Are you looking for work and need to make some money during this unprecedented time? Ontario jobs during COVID-19 are available in the province's food and agriculture section and Doug Ford wants people to apply for them. There are positions at grocery stores, farms and industry organizations.\nOn April 4, Premier Doug Ford tweeted that the province's food supply chain is looking for people to work in positions whether it be cashiers at a grocery store, a chicken farm manager or an advertising sales representative.\n"If you’re looking for work, Ontario’s agriculture sector needs you," he said on Twitter.\nThere are a lot of jobs available that you can apply for online in that sector if you need a job right now.\nLoblaws is hiring part-time staff to work in stores and distribution centres and that includes grocery clerks, pharmacists and warehouse assemblers.\nWalmart is doing the same for their stores and warehouses with produce associate, overnight manager and pharmacy assistant jobs available.\nMaple Leaf Foods is looking to hire people for different positions, including manufacturing ones, within the company.\nSobeys is also hiring cashiers, coffee bar servers, deli clerks, cake decorators and managers in-store and it's offering some corporate jobs too.\nIf you’re looking for work, Ontario’s agriculture sector needs you. Visit https://t.co/vIYHORrvOw for important job opportunities supporting our province’s food chain. pic.twitter.com/IQAkr1sZnq— Doug Ford (@fordnation) April 4, 2020\nAgriRecruiting is a company that focuses on connecting people with jobs in the agriculture sector in Canada.\nThe Government of Ontario included their job board on its site for jobs in the agriculture, agri-food and food industry to support the response to COVID-19.\nYou can find various positions like grain merchandising manager, chicken farm manager, sales representative for agricultural equipment, farm equipment operator and more.\nView this post on Instagram The truth is, we need more agriculture heroes to keep our shelves stocked. We’re making it easier to connect people with jobs by creating a portal that does just that. It’s a great way to contribute during these trying times. Ontario.ca/agfoodjobs A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on Apr 4, 2020 at 10:21am PDT\nIn another tweet, Ford said that "we need more agriculture heroes to keep our shelves stocked."\nHe also called these jobs a "great way" to contribute during COVID-19.\nThrough the government's website, you can also search for full- and part-time job postings in other sectors across the province if you're looking for work.