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The Best Home Based Business in Canada
 
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Small Business Canada - Starting a Small Business - Small Business ... May 10, 2010 ... Whether you're starting a small business in Canada or already running one, ... for Canadian small businesses based on their monthly costs. ... Business Plans - Starting a Small Business - Tax Information Starting a Business in Canada Starting a business in Canada? Be sure to use this 'must-visit' guide that ... Keys to Home-Based Business Success Follow these 3 P's and you will be on the ... Work at Home in Canada - Home based jobs and Employment Work at home in Canada. Review New Home Based jobs and Canadian Programs.Free work at home advice and helpfull articles. Guaranteed Success. Work At Home Canada Work at home resources and earning opportunities available in Canada. Links to current telecommuting job leads in Canadian cities. Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon Wood Buffalo, Alberta 63400.51 2 La Tuque, Quebec 29696.83 3 Senneterre, Quebec 16524.88 4 Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec 6435.64 5 Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia 5490.90 6 Val-d'Or, Quebec 3958.13 7 Greater Sudbury, Ontario 3354.34 8 Kawartha Lakes, Ontario 3059.22 9 Timmins, Ontario 2961.52 10 Greenstone, Ontario 2780.56 11 Ottawa, Ontario 2778.64 12 Chatham-Kent, Ontario 2457.97 13 Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia 2434.39 14 Queens, Nova Scotia 2397.59 15 Gillam, Manitoba 1988.51 16 Sept-Îles, Quebec 1969.42 17 West Nipissing, Ontario 1909.67 18 Temagami, Ontario 1906.42 19 Norfolk County, Ontario 1606.95 20 Killarney, Ontario 1513.30 21 Gaspé, Quebec 1446.95 22 Leaf Rapids, Manitoba 1272.87 23 Haldimand County, Ontario 1252.37 24 Snow Lake, Manitoba 1211.89 25 Saguenay, Quebec 1166.00 26 Hamilton, Ontario 1117.11 27 Port-Cartier, Quebec 1073.70 28 Prince Edward County, Ontario 1049.99 29 Chibougamau, Quebec 1041.97 30 Lynn Lake, Manitoba 910.23 31 Brant, Ontario 845.49 32 Shawinigan, Quebec 781.81 33 Mont-Laurier, Quebec 756.41 34 French River, Ontario 734.15 35 Calgary, Alberta 726.50 36 Huntsville, Ontario 703.29 37 Elliot Lake 698.12 38 Caledon, Ontario 687.04 39 Edmonton, Alberta 683.88 40 Huron East, Ontario 669.16 41 Laurentian Hills, Ontario 640.41 42 Rivière-Rouge, Quebec 626.40 43 Toronto, Ontario 629.91 44 Bracebridge, Ontario 617.47 45 Clarington, Ontario 611.06 46 Red Lake, Ontario 610.30 47 Iroquois Falls, Ontario 599.42 48 Meaford, Ontario 589.03 49 Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec 546.73 50 Quebec City, Quebec 544.75 51 Cochrane, Ontario 538.74 52 Moosonee, Ontario 533.82 53 South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario 531.92 54 Lakeshore, Ontario 530.67 55 Kearney, Ontario 529.48 56 Blind River, Ontario 520.57 57 Gravenhurst, Ontario 517.94 58 Trent Hills, Ontario 511.10 59 Markstay-Warren, Ontario 510.10 60 Mississippi Mills, Ontario 509.05 61 Quinte West, Ontario 499.14 62 Fermont, Quebec 497.45 63 Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, Ontario 495.51 64 North Perth, Ontario 493.18 65 Mirabel, Quebec 477.86 66 La Malbaie, Quebec 470.57 67 Winnipeg, Manitoba 465.16 68 Greater Napanee, Ontario 459.71 69 Kingston, Ontario 450.39 70 St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador 446.04 71 Lévis, Quebec 443.65 72 Bécancour, Quebec 434.28 73 Amos, Quebec 430.84 74 Percé, Quebec 427.94 75 South Huron, Ontario 425.35 76 Chandler, Quebec 424.90 77 London, Ontario 421.77 78 Bluewater, Ontario 416.99 79 Whitehorse, Yukon 416.44 80 Gracefield, Quebec 386.95 81 Sioux Lookout, Ontario 378.64 82 Crowsnest Pass, Alberta 373.04 83 Baie-Comeau, Quebec 371.69 84 Baie Verte, Newfoundland and Labrador 371.07 85 Milton, Ontario 366.46 86 Montreal, Quebec 366.02 87 Sherbrooke, Quebec 366.00 88 Saint-Félicien, Quebec 359.69 89 Abbotsford, British Columbia 359.18 90 Gatineau, Quebec 344.16 91 Lambton Shores, Ontario 331.92 92 Thunder Bay, Ontario 328.47 93 Plympton-Wyoming, Ontario 318.76 94 St.-Charles, Ontario 318.27 95 Surrey, British Columbia 317.40 96 Saint John, New Brunswick 316.31 97 Prince George, British Columbia 315.99 98 North Bay, Ontario 314.92 99 Kamloops, British Columbia 311.00 100 Minto, Ontario
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A tribute to Canadian independent business owners
 
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From one person home-based businesses to firms employing hundreds of people, CFIB constitutes the largest self-employed organization in Canada and generally has more members in any given industry than most sectoral organizations. Our 107,000 members mirror and reflect the regional and economic diversity of the country.
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Strategic Energy Management - Animated
 
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Strategic Energy Management (SEM) provides organizations with a comprehensive approach to energy management that will achieve sustainable energy and cost savings over the long-term. Through continuous business process and energy performance improvements, along with organizational culture change, SEM can help your organization reduce energy use by up to 15 per cent and achieve greater saving from capital projects. We can help implement SEM within your organization, facilitating all the components necessary to develop a complete Strategic Energy Management Plan such as energy mapping, monitoring and reporting, employee training and support for employee engagement activities.
Navigate - Entrepreneurs of Western Newfoundland Part 1
 
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http://www.navigatesmallbusiness.ca This video showcases just a small portion of the entrepreneurs doing great things here on the West Coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. Navigate is proud to highlight these businesses and the people behind them. About Navigate: The Navigate Program (formerly named Gateway West) opened in the City of Corner Brook on the Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2004. The program is designed to address the needs of potential entrepreneurs in the pre start-up phase of business development, and connect those individuals with various resources, programs and agencies that exist to meet their needs. Young entrepreneurs commonly contact Navigate at the "idea" stage of their enterprise, well in advance of when they would normally be visible to or aware of the various supportive agencies and programs that exist within government or in the community. Navigate also acts as a means of promoting entrepreneurship among students, staff, faculty and alumni of Memorial University -- Grenfell Campus and the College of the North Atlantic -- Corner Brook Campus. The program has two offices, one located on the Grenfell Campus in Room AS 2001 and the other located at the College of the North Atlantic, Room 143B. The focus of the Navigate Program is three fold: students, innovation and the environment. The program will achieve its aims by providing clients with: Activities to assess a person's entrepreneurial potential Idea generation for potential business opportunities Assistance in business planning -- how to write a business plan Assessment skills in marketing, finance, product development etc... Direction on where to find information for a business plan, i.e. funding sources, financial planning, market information etc... One on One business counseling service Networking and mentoring opportunities with fellow potential entrepreneurs and established business owners Over the past eight years the Navigate Program has played an integral role in the creation of 37 businesses and more than 87 full and part-time jobs in the Greater Corner Brook/Western Newfoundland region. We invite you to drop by the Navigate Offices at any time. It will be our pleasure to meet with you and discuss any business ideas you may wish to consider developing in the future. For more information on Navigate, visit our website, http://www.navigatesmallbusiness.ca, or connect with us on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/navigate.smallbusiness, and Twitter, http://twitter.com/navsmallbiz.
Views: 1397 Navigate
Small Business Development Center at NSCC
 
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The Small Business Development Center on campus helps current and prospective business owners by connecting them with a variety of resources. Best of all, most services are free! Find out more and request an appointment: https://northweststate.edu/small-business-development-center/.
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Anaconda Mining Offer to Shareholders of Maritime Resources
 
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Anaconda Mining (TSX:ANX) has announced a formal offer to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Maritime Resources Corp. (TSX-V:MAE) together with the associated rights issued under the shareholder rights plan of Maritime dated March 15, 2018. “Anaconda has a clear growth strategy in Atlantic Canada, which includes acquiring gold projects that could benefit from the experience of our management team and the substantial infrastructure we already have in place. By accepting the Offer, Maritime Shareholders have the opportunity to realize a significant premium and participate in the upside of not only the Green Bay Project, but also Anaconda’s projects. As a larger gold producer and developer, and a leader in Atlantic Canada, the pro forma company will have a greater market presence, leading to higher liquidity, lower cost of capital, and expanded financing options. With this combination, Maritime Shareholders will finally be able to realize the value that has eluded them to date.” ~ Dustin Angelo, President and CEO, Anaconda Mining Inc.
Views: 781 Anaconda Mining
What you need to know about cannabis in Canada
 
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What are the rules about smoking it, buying it and driving after doing it? And what able edibles? Vassy Kapelos and the Power & Politics panel answer your questions about legal weed. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4864341 »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
Views: 21451 CBC News
Arts and Culture Achievement WIBC 2011
 
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Arts and Culture Achievement: This female entrepreneur has developed a viable business in the visual, literary or performing arts; or as an artisan. Rosemary MacIsaac -- MacIsaac Kiltmakers, St. Peter's Kelly MacArthur -- MacArthur School of Dance, Sydney Sponsored by: Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage The Department of Communities and Culture's goal is to aggressively and effectively develop and promote communities, culture and heritage. The culture division's mission is to develop and promote cultural resources and artistic expression, in partnership with and for Nova Scotians. The Culture Division provides annual assistance and services to the culture sector, which is one of the fastest growing sectors in Nova Scotia. The Heritage Division serves the citizens of the province by protecting, by enhancing, and by celebrating its valuable heritage in a way that enriches the lives of those touched by it.
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Don Bubar on building an Ontario lithium battery materials demonstration plant
 
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July 11, 2017 -- Don Bubar, President, CEO and Director of Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (TSX: AVL | OTCQX: AVLNF) in an interview with InvestorIntel CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss updates from Avalon. They start by discussing how Don saw opportunity in a past producing tin-indium mine that closed prematurely in Nova Scotia. He sees the possibility of near-term cash flow by extracting value from the stockpiled waste dumps at surface. Don goes on to welcome Patricia Mohr as Avalon’s newest board member and, looking forward, tells the audience to expect more news on the Separation Rapids Lithium Project and the demonstration plant in Kenora, Ontario. Don Bubar: We’re just waiting on analysis now. We’ve got all the core split and into the lab and waiting for the results to come back so then we can see what they all mean and tell us about the mineralogy there. In particular the main reason we were doing it was to better understand the distribution of lithium there now that we know there’s more than one lithium mineral in this resource. In addition to the petalite there’s also the lepidolite and other lithium micas there that we never fully accounted for in our historical resource. Tracy Weslosky: Don, you have many years of leadership experience in the resource sector. Your goals for your shareholders are very well defined. I’m very impressed with the plan of action with your demonstration plant. Can you tell us a more? Don Bubar: Well you’re right Tracy. One thing I learned early on in the specialty minerals business is you got to introduce the product to the market as early as you possibly can so that it can get accepted and you can get those offtake agreements from potential customers that can then be relied upon to access the capital to build a full-scale operation. We know we have the resource. We know how to process it to make some of the lithium products that the market wants right now. We feel the next step for us is to build a demonstration scale pilot plant to start making some of those materials, show that we can make them to meet the customers’ expectations on product quality and specifications and then start delivery. Tracy Weslosky: We have a lot of new readers this year at InvestorIntel this summer that are looking at new stories. They may not be familiar with Avalon Advanced Materials. I liked the quote you had about how you’ll be building this lithium battery materials demonstration plant in Ontario and this will establish Ontario as a new regional center for the production of critical materials. Disclaimer: Avalon Advanced Materials is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel Corp.
Views: 396 InvestorIntel
Steve Mills is one of four Emergency Planning Officers.
 
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Steve explains how they provide support to municipal officials and emergency management coordinators in planning for emergencies and coordinating resources when disaster strikes.
Views: 200 DOJ Nova Scotia
Week June 17 23 2018 Top Articles jpw ca
 
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Week June 17-236 2018 Top Articles www.JPW.ca, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. A 12-YEAR STUDY OF SUCCESSFUL CEOS REVEALS THEIR 5 MOST IMPORTANT HABITS Sure, they make loads of money, an average of $12.1 million in 2017, and have untold resources at their disposal and have untold resources at their disposal. But a new report from Harvard Business Review detailing a major 12-year study of CEOs reveals that top executives are sorely lacking in one crucial area: time. 53% OF MILLENNIALS EXPECT TO BECOME MILLIONAIRES ONE DAY -  TD Ameritrade Money: Millennials may have ruined marriage, cereal, movies, golf, Big Macs, but they still have high hopes for the future — and their bank accounts. According to a survey, about half of people between the ages of 21 and 37 expect to eventually become millionaires (or already are). I PAID OFF A $27,000 DEBT IN JUST OVER TWO YEARS. HERE'S HOW I DID IT Money: Chris his wife Kay faced a large bill after the honeymoon. Their wedding, which they financed with credit cards, cost about $14,000. A honeymoon in Hawaii cost an additional $3,000. Two years later, the Brownings’ debt peaked at about $27,000. NEED A BUSINESS PLAN TEMPLATE? HERE IS APPLE'S 1981 PLAN FOR THE MAC.
Retirement Planning Checklist - How to Plan for Retirement
 
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www.jpw.ca Halifax Nova Scotia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt4RBk15oTM Hello, I’m Dave. Today the topic is Retirement Planning Checklist – How to Plan for Retirement When should we start planning for retirement? Ideally as soon as we start working. Why? Because chances are we might be retired as long or longer than we are in the workforce. If you are within 10 years of retirement, it is time to get very serious, in order to take advantage and not miss out on some important planning opportunities. Retirement, estate and financial planning are all so interwoven, it is often difficult to address them separately. The process can seem overwhelming and is best addressed with a Certified Financial Planner and a checklist. 25 ITEMS TO CONSIDER 1. What do you want to happen in retirement? 2. Choose your retirement date. 3. What do want to do with your business? 4. What will it cost to finance your retirement goals? 5. If you have a pension plan, request plan estimates from your provider. 6. Based on a conservative investment strategy, will returns be enough to support your desired standard of living? 7. Do you have your personal records organized? Does your family have access to where all documentation is located? 8. Evaluate the impact of your debt as you head into retirement. 9. Obtain any financing that will require a salary. 10. Review your retirement benefits to understand what, if any, benefits you will continue to receive in retirement. 11. Assess health care needs including long term care and arrange to supplement with private plans. 12. Examine whether your situation will require caring for a loved one. 13. Understand your government benefits and take the necessary steps to activate benefits. 14. Assess whether you are, and /or, will be healthy enough to continue working. 15. Develop your retirement income stream, coordinating your pensions and other income, utilizing product allocation. 16. Consolidate the retirement income accounts that you will use to generate income for greater control. 17. Is your estate planning up to date? 18. Consider if joint ownership of car, home or other assets is appropriate. 19. Review your changing tax situation with your accountant / tax advisor. 20. Review loss of group insurance coverage and convert and supplement as necessary. 21. Use any benefits that will expire. Buy glasses, get any major dental work done, take vacation, spend money in flexible spending account, etc. 22. Identify and plan for any expenses that will no longer be paid for by your job. 23. Change your insurance coverage for your car. 24. Review, record, change contact information as required. 25. Review and record personal information stored on company computer such as bookmarks, anniversaries, birthdays and events. You can download a PDF copy of this Retirement Planning Checklist along with a Bonus Personal Records Organizer from www.jpw.ca That is a lot to think about. Take the opportunity to benefit from experience. Paul Wilson is a Certified Financial Planner and a Chartered Financial Consultant with over 30 years of experience. Now retired from management, his mission is to help clients benefit from his expertise. Might there be a fit? More information, resources and contact details are available at: www.JPW.ca
Entrepreneurs in Action - Human Resources Management
 
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The Small Business Development Centre operates under the auspices of the Shannon School of Business. It plays an important role in the sustained economic growth of Cape Breton Island through the provision of counseling and training services for new and existing entrepreneurs. The Centre has established a mandate to foster entrepreneurial activity with a focus on new business start-ups and business tools directed at the retention and growth of existing businesses. Centre staff provides support, guidance, direction and leadership to those who wish to access and develop these all important skill sets. Recognizing the role of small businesses as a critical economic driver is of major importance to the success of Cape Breton Island's future. Embracing new skills, building teams and establishing partnerships are the capabilities that progressive small business developers need and that the Center is committed to provide them. The fundamental objectives of strengthening business impact, enterprise and entrepreneurship locally through individuals who understand, accept and appreciate the risks and realities on new and existing business ventures means that Cape Breton entrepreneurs will be better equipped with the tools necessary to function in a global marketplace. Clients are welcome to contact the centre and discuss the best use of time and resources to build business plans, take part in professional development programs and gain access to needed information as well as match core competencies with long term growth objectives. This is an invitation for you to become a client of the Small Business Development Centre if you feel that staff can be a help of you. The SBDC exists to champion development for small business and we trust that our services will be relevant to your needs. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.cbu.ca/sbdc/
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Jeff Bezos Reveals Why He's Spending Billions Of Dollars To Go To Space
 
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The founder of Blue Origin and founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, was recently interviewed by the CEO of Axel Springer, Mathias Döpfner. Bezos talked about why he considers Blue Origin to be above anything else he does. Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai TI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TI on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/ TI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is the transcript of the video: Mathias Döpfner: ... Could you share with us the vision of Blue Origin and the idea of space tourism with reusable rockets? Jeff Bezos: Yes. This is super important to me, and I believe on the longest timeframe - and really here I'm thinking of a timeframe of a couple of hundred years, so over millions of decades - I believe and I get increasing conviction with every passing year, that Blue Origin, the space company, is the most important work that I'm doing. And so there is a whole plan for Blue Origin. Döpfner: Really, so you'd say retail, e-commerce, clouds, publishing - that's all less relevant than the space project. Bezos: Yes, and I'll tell you why. First of all, of course, I'm interested in space, because I'm passionate about it. I've been studying it and thinking about it since I was a five-year-old boy. But that is not why I'm pursuing this work. I'm pursuing this work, because I believe, if we don't, we will eventually end up with a civilization of stasis, which I find very demoralizing. I don't want my great-grandchildren's great-grandchildren to live in a civilization of stasis. We all enjoy a dynamic civilization of growth and change. Let's think about what powers that. We are not really energy-constrained. Let me give you just a couple of numbers. If you take your body - your metabolic rate as a human it's just an animal, you eat food, that's your metabolism - you burn about a 100 Watts. Your power, your body is the same as a 100-Watt light bulb. We're incredibly efficient. Your brain is about 60 Watts of that. Amazing. But if you extrapolate in developed countries where we use a lot of energy, on average in developed countries our civilizational metabolic rate is 11 000 Watts. So, in a natural state, where we're animals, we're only using a 100 Watts. In our actual developed-world state, we're using 11 000 Watts. And it's growing. For a century or more, it's been compounding at a few percent a year - our energy usage as a civilization. Now if you take baseline energy usage globally across the whole world and compound it at just a few percent a year for just a few hundred years, you have to cover the entire surface of the Earth in solar cells. That's the real energy crisis. And it's happening soon. And by soon, I mean within just a few 100 years. We don't actually have that much time. So what can you do? Well, you can have a life of stasis, where you cap how much energy we get to use. You have to work only on efficiency. By the way, we've always been working on energy efficiency, and still we grow our energy usage. It's not like we have been squandering energy. We have been getting better at using it with every passing decade. So, stasis would be very bad I think. Now take the scenario, where you move out into the Solar System. The Solar System can easily support a trillion humans. And if we had a trillion humans, we would have a thousand Einsteins and a thousand Mozarts and unlimited (for all practical purposes) resources and solar power unlimited for all practical purposes. That's the world that I want my great-grandchildren's great-grandchildren to live in. By the way, I believe that in that timeframe we will move all heavy industry off of Earth and Earth will be zoned residential and light industry. It will basically be a very beautiful planet. We have sent robotic probes to every planet in this solar system now and believe me this is the best one. Döpfner: Jeff when can I buy the first ticket to do a little space tour. Bezos: We are going to be… So the first tourism vehicle - we won't be selling tickets yet - but we may put humans in it at the end of this year or at the beginning of next year. We are very close. We are building a very large orbital vehicle. We have been working on that for more than five years. It will fly for the first time in 2020. The key is reusability. This civilization I'm talking about of getting comfortable living and working in space and having millions of people and then billions of people and then finally a trillion people in space - you can't do that with space vehicles that you use once and then throw away. It's a ridiculous, costly way to get into space.
Views: 105201 Tech Insider
Canada Express Entry: 2016 Year-In-Review - Immigration.ca
 
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Complete our free online evaluation for skilled workers at http://bit.ly/1wCa2YI . We will evaluate your immigration options within 1-2 business days. The Canada Express Entry immigration system moved through many gears in 2016, as the federal government invited nearly 34,000 candidates to apply for Canada immigration. Canada Express Entry: 2016 Year-In-ReviewThe Express Entry immigration system was designed to allow better flexibility in the management of applications; rapidly respond to Canada’s labour market needs while improving application processing times. It has achieved all three of these objectives. Thus, the Canada immigration model is arguably now at the forefront of global immigration systems. Under Canada Express Entry, candidates are invited to apply under three federal economic programs. This includes the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program and the Canadian Experience Class. Part of each Provincial Nomination Program is also covered under the Express Entry system. Candidates who qualify under any of these programs may submit an application, “expression of interest” into the Express Entry pool. Candidates are given a score based on a range of factors (Comprehensive Ranking System), and are ranked against others in the pool. Those receiving the highest scores are given an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence, through periodic draws. Read the full review on http://www.immigration.ca/canada-express-entry-2016-year-review/ ! Resources: *Immigration.ca Discussion Forum – Canada’s respected immigration online forum ( https://secure.immigration.ca/forum/ ). *Immigration.ca News Articles – A daily news source outlining the latest developments in immigration, employment and the economy with commentaries by Attorney Colin Singer ( http://www.immigration.ca/canada-immi... ) *At Global Recruiters of Montreal (http://www.grnmontreal.com) we are dedicated to developing long-term strategic alliances with client companies and candidates alike. We strictly adhere to our guiding principles of honesty, integrity and confidentiality.
Entrepreneurs in Action - Marketing
 
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The Small Business Development Centre operates under the auspices of the Shannon School of Business. It plays an important role in the sustained economic growth of Cape Breton Island through the provision of counseling and training services for new and existing entrepreneurs. The Centre has established a mandate to foster entrepreneurial activity with a focus on new business start-ups and business tools directed at the retention and growth of existing businesses. Centre staff provides support, guidance, direction and leadership to those who wish to access and develop these all important skill sets. Recognizing the role of small businesses as a critical economic driver is of major importance to the success of Cape Breton Island's future. Embracing new skills, building teams and establishing partnerships are the capabilities that progressive small business developers need and that the Center is committed to provide them. The fundamental objectives of strengthening business impact, enterprise and entrepreneurship locally through individuals who understand, accept and appreciate the risks and realities on new and existing business ventures means that Cape Breton entrepreneurs will be better equipped with the tools necessary to function in a global marketplace. Clients are welcome to contact the centre and discuss the best use of time and resources to build business plans, take part in professional development programs and gain access to needed information as well as match core competencies with long term growth objectives. This is an invitation for you to become a client of the Small Business Development Centre if you feel that staff can be a help of you. The SBDC exists to champion development for small business and we trust that our services will be relevant to your needs. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.cbu.ca/sbdc/
Views: 147 cbusbdc
Rob's Very Cunning Plan ANDDENSUM1
 
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Sequel to Robs Very Cunning Plan
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Under 5 Small Business Operations
 
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View Under 5 Small Business resources in the area of Operations. By improving the operations of your small business you can greatly improve your efficiency.
Self-Employed Mortgages and Financing
 
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www.jpw.ca Halifax Nova Scotia We help the self-employed find money for delivery now, in the future and just in case.Self-employed borrowers often face restrictions and additional challenges that, not only cause frustration, can also jeopardize or restrict plans. When you don’t meet a lender’s requirements, your application will be declined or modified.You then have some choices to make:Take away a piece of your dream. Submit and coordinate individual applications to other sources of capital. Or you could contact Blake. Blake is a mortgage and financing broker who focuses on helping the self-employed. One credit check gives access to over 50 banks, lenders and private capital sources. This changes the dynamic. Now lenders are competing for your business! For self-employed mortgages and financing, you can contact Blake directly. Contact information, case studies and resources are available at www.JPW.ca
Manitoba vs Nova Scotia
 
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Manitoba vs Nova Scotia
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Clarkson University to Change the Name of the School of Business
 
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It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that Clarkson University will honor a 1962 Clarkson alumnus and benefactor by naming its School of Business, the David D. Reh School of Business. David Reh ’62, Hon. ’17 of Victor, N.Y. is a successful business leader and visionary entrepreneur. David Reh has dedicated his professional life to growing enterprises and adapting to evolving opportunities and challenges in the marketplace. While developing a successful technology-based company and global brand, he has helped prepare the next generation of business creators and industry leaders at his alma mater. He is the embodiment of the qualities of leadership, entrepreneurial competence and integrity we expect all students to aspire to in their chosen professions. With his wife, Sue, he has engaged our student and alumni bodies in the spirit of goodwill and philanthropy that has propelled our business programs, entrepreneurship outreach into the community and our mission forward for decades to come. We are pleased to recognize his generosity and commitment to Clarkson in this lasting and meaningful way. Reh is the founder, past president and owner of the Raytec Group Inc., which he formed in 1971. Raytec consisted of two principal operating companies: Gorbel Inc., which manufactures jib and work station cranes, and Retrotech Inc., which specializes in the design, installation, modernization and support of automated material handling systems. Today, the Gorbel and Retrotech brands are recognized throughout the world with business operations in New York and China. In 2011, Reh was inducted into the Rochester, N.Y., Business Hall of Fame. He is currently the owner and managing partner of the award-winning Ravenwood Golf Club in Rochester. Reh and his wife, Sue A. Reh, are passionate advocates for higher education. Their commitment to supporting and shaping business and entrepreneurship education culminated in the establishment of the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship at Clarkson University. The Reh’s have continued their support through an endowed chair and an endowed professorship, which supports permanent faculty positions with a focus on entrepreneurial leadership, research and practice. Reh sits on numerous boards, and has been a Clarkson Business Leadership Council member since 2006. He also serves on the Simon National Council and the Executive Advisory Committee for the Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester. He also was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson's 124th Commencement in May. The degree was awarded for "his steadfast commitment to technology innovation and entrepreneurship, the twin engines of progress, and for his dedication to shaping the next generation of business creators and industry leaders." The David D. Reh School of Business’ undergraduate and graduate business programs stand out in higher education because the student experience is designed to meet the targeted needs of the world's most innovative companies. These companies seek out and want to cultivate employees who can think across traditional boundaries, merging solid business know-how with insight into engineering, global supply chain management, information systems and more. The Reh School, and its Reh Center for Entrepreneurship founded in 2009, are also unique in higher education because all students from all disciplines at Clarkson have opportunities to access the resources and practical skill building exercises to develop their entrepreneurial competence and support framework for business. Students gain advice and expertise to not only propel their businesses forward, but also learn how to work systematically – a skill that will pay off when they enter industry or a start-up. Through hands-on consulting projects by faculty and students with entrepreneurs and innovators, there has been a proliferation of new start-ups and sustainability of small businesses in the region. Clarkson’s programs in business and entrepreneurship are nationally recognized. The United States Association of Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs (USASBE) recognized Clarkson as offering the National Model for Entrepreneurship Education. Ranked among the Best Undergraduate Business Programs in America and Top 20 Supply Chain Management Programs by US News & World Report, the University’s graduate program is also among the top 10 Best Online MBA Programs (College Choice), top 10 Best Online MBA in Human Resource Management (Online MBA Today) among many other third-party endorsements.
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CSR Minute: Canadian College Students Make Sustainability a Priority, Changing Institutional Policy
 
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A new generation of Canadian college students is integrating sustainability into daily student life. In the process, they are influencing official policy. At McGill University, a student-run agriculture program produces local vegetables for student dining halls and a Meals on Wheels program. At the University of Toronto, students focus on behavioral changes to save energy, such as turning off the lights when they leave a room. They also support a recycling program that has resulted in one of the highest rates of recycling at any institution in Canada, 74 percent. And at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, just 50 percent of students and staff arrive on campus by car—former parking lots are being replaced by new buildings, which include shower facilities for cyclists. These student projects are supported by university policies. Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia is issuing an updated sustainability plan every five years. The University of Alberta has adopted a sustainability commitment and principles policy, and sustainability is a main point in the University of Victoria's strategic plan. As this generation of Canadian professionals moves into the workplace, we can expect major changes in sustainability practices along with an eye to the bottom line in dollars saved by smart use of the country's abundant natural resources. I'm John Howell for 3BL Media. For more on this and other stories, go to 3blmedia.com Video Source: Canadian College Students Make Sustainability a Priority, Changing Institutional Policy
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Buy or Sell a Business in Canada | Biz Zen.net
 
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For anyone looking to sell or buy a business anywhere in Canada, there's no better place to go than BizZen.net. https://bizzen.net/about/ You can find both buyers and great investment opportunities right across Canada, whether Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax—or anywhere in between. You'll find a online marketplace where sellers can list their businesses and connect with buyers. And you can access a digital library of resources that will help you learn how to prepare your business and your self for sale. Here's what you can expect: 1. A Simple, Streamlined Way For You to Find the Right Buyer No clutter, no hassles — just a simple online process to list your business and find buyers. 2. Resources to Market Your Business & Prepare For the Sale Invaluable e-guides, checklists and marketing material to help you find a buyer and get ready to sell. 3. Clear Pricing to Suit Your Needs & At Low Monthly Rates Each of our distinct plans, designed to meet the needs of business owners, delivers value you can understand. 4. And Of Course, Reveal Only What You Want to Reveal In other words, count on confidentiality to suit your comfort level. You have full control over the business information you provide to us and reveal publicly.
ਕਨੇਡਾ ਵਰਕ ਵੀਜਾ ਦੇ ਰਿਜੇਕਸ਼ਣ ਦੇ ਕਾਰਣ। canada Work permit  process da time and reasons for rejection.
 
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A work permit is required to work in Canada and fill a specific available position. However, there are certain rules and restrictions around the same. You can obtain a Canada work visa if you satisfy the criteria that the visa officer is looking for. One must note that there are many employment options in Canada that require skilled workforce from abroad. Although, it is a way to attain Canadian citizenship in the future, one cannot assume the same. However, the application for work allows is primarily for those who only intend to work temporarily in Canada. The Canada work permit needs you to submit quite a few documents for the purview of the visa officer. You have to submit an application for a temporary resident visa and also provide family information, photographs and a statutory declaration of the Common-Law Union. In fact, some visa offices also have precise local instructions that you must follow. It is not a bad idea to take the help of an immigration advisory service to understand the process and determine which of the available visas would be apt for you. There is a point system of assessment for immigration in Canada. However, for work permit, one doesn't have to undergo that assessment. The point system is applicable only for those who have applied for business visas or visas for skilled workers. The permit allows you to take up a job in Canada. Hence, it is given to those who have a written job offer from a Canadian employer. The assessment has several stages. The employment of a foreign national in that capacity is scrutinized. This is to find out if it will adversely affect the interests of the country or its domestic labor or not. The scrutiny is carried out by HRSDC or Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. After the confirmation is received from HRSDC, the foreign national can apply to the CIC for the work permit. The CIC or Citizenship and Immigration Canada office has to be satisfied with the application. Employers are responsible for their foreign employees and have to make sure they possess all the required paperwork. Interestingly, work visa allows one to bring his or her spouse. Nevertheless, the spouses cannot work in Canada unless they have their own work go for. A long list of exemptions is also provided for scenarios where temporary immigration is permitted without a valid work permit. Those who apply for the work permit in Canada, have to show that they do not intend to settle down in Canada and that they will leave the country when the work visa expires. The visa officer must also be satisfied that the foreign nationals have enough money to support themselves and their dependents in Canada. They must also have enough money to return back from Canada. The visa officer also checks if the applicant is law abiding or not. This is done through a background check on criminal activity by asking one to submit a police certificate. In some cases, a medical exam might be required as well. For most people a move overseas means the need to secure a job with a foreign employer; in the vast majority of cases this means getting a visa which permits work. This is certainly the case Canada where a work permit visa is required in order to secure full-time work or to pursue a career. Although a student visa allows a minimal amount of work, in order to be able to work longer hours.
Views: 7029 Jeet kaur TV
Entrepreneurs In Action - Finance
 
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The Small Business Development Centre operates under the auspices of the Shannon School of Business. It plays an important role in the sustained economic growth of Cape Breton Island through the provision of counseling and training services for new and existing entrepreneurs. The Centre has established a mandate to foster entrepreneurial activity with a focus on new business start-ups and business tools directed at the retention and growth of existing businesses. Centre staff provides support, guidance, direction and leadership to those who wish to access and develop these all important skill sets. Recognizing the role of small businesses as a critical economic driver is of major importance to the success of Cape Breton Island's future. Embracing new skills, building teams and establishing partnerships are the capabilities that progressive small business developers need and that the Center is committed to provide them. The fundamental objectives of strengthening business impact, enterprise and entrepreneurship locally through individuals who understand, accept and appreciate the risks and realities on new and existing business ventures means that Cape Breton entrepreneurs will be better equipped with the tools necessary to function in a global marketplace. Clients are welcome to contact the centre and discuss the best use of time and resources to build business plans, take part in professional development programs and gain access to needed information as well as match core competencies with long term growth objectives. This is an invitation for you to become a client of the Small Business Development Centre if you feel that staff can be a help of you. The SBDC exists to champion development for small business and we trust that our services will be relevant to your needs. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.cbu.ca/sbdc/
Views: 156 cbusbdc
RV Minnesota - First Drone Flight! Amazing View of Lake, Sunset & Full Moon in Minnesota (2018)
 
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Views: 2288 EnjoyTheJourney.Life
Canadas Small Business Optimism Reaches Highest Point in Two Years
 
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Small business operators in Canada are seeing a period of optimism, the likes of which hasn’t been seen in over two years. According to a recent survey, such optimism almost indicates levels of consistent economic growth. According to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, its Business Barometer index rose for a second month, to a reading of 67.1 in May, a gain of 1.4 points from April’s reading. This month’s positive response is the strongest since March 2012 when the index was at 67.7. A reading higher than 50 indicates a majority of small business owners are optimistic about expectations of performance in the coming year and outnumber those anticipating weaker growth. According to Admir Kolaj, an economic analyst at TD Economics, “An index level between 65 and 70 is typically in line with an economy growing at its potential”. The May reading on small business confidence is consistent with economic growth likely to hold at a steady rate of at least 2% throughout 2014. May’s strong optimistic outlook was spread across seven of Canada’s 10 provinces while business owners in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador were the only ones to indicate less optimism in May than in the previous month, although their readings were still around the 65 level or more. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island remained steady or slightly higher, but still below the 60-point level. Ted Mallett, CFIB’s vice-president and chief economist says, “Owners in business services, natural resources, information and retail are the most optimistic. Business owners in hospitality, wholesale, agriculture and manufacturing are the least optimistic, but not by a large margin.” Signals from other indicators are showing strength, too. Following a bleak winter, unfilled orders and accounts receivables have picked up while capital spending plans remain near post-recession highs. Similarly, full-time hiring plans are at a high compared to May levels in previous years. After the severe winter months, the more positive small business responses in April and May paint a very hopeful picture for Q2. The improving weather conditions will only continue to lift confidence in industries such as retail, transportation and hospitality.
Sailing to See Melly in Vancouver - Sink or Swim 91
 
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Music by Zooanzoo Supporting Simon Thank you for watching and liking my videos. I really appreciate your support, and if you’re interested in more, please check out my Patreon for further access to my content and to choose perks that promote my projects and even let you become part of them: https://www.patreon.com/FindingSimon Brand Ambassador: Old Timer Industries (Epoxy) (https://goo.gl/yug89M) Newport Vessels Inergy (https://www.inergysolar.com/ref/25/) WeBoost (http://mbsy.co/wilsonelectronics/34944550) If you'd like to purchase specific items that I'll need as the adventure continues, browse my Amazon Wish List: http://a.co/dx7F4dz Thank you for the gifts! Merch Shop http://simonstiles.com/shop/ For simple straightforward donations, go to my Paypal: paypal.me/ShelbyandSimon Thanks so much! Following Simon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/finding_simon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/findingsimon Website: http://simonstiles.com/ Asking Simon - Who are you? I'm a Canadian photographer from Ottawa who got rid of everything to travel the world. I make vlogs sharing my ups and downs, and my adventures in vans, on motorbikes, and on sailboats. - Who is Champ? Champ is my handsome 14-year-old Labrador, who travelled almost everywhere with me for his whole life. He loves chin scratches, fetching sticks, and scarfing down cheeseburgers and pizza. - What camera equipment do you use? I use a Panasonic FZ2500, a DJI Mavic Pro, a Rode video micro with Deadcat, a Zihyun Crane 3 Axis Gimbal, as well as DIY tripods and lights. - What are your vehicles? I drove a 1992 Dodge Ram B350 camper van all over North America for about two years. Travelling by motorcycle made for some unique trips. I explored the Canadian Maritimes (and deserts and backroads all over the continent) on a 2002 Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa dual sport bike, and also rode my 1999 Yamaha V-Star XVS1100 cruiser with a Champion Escort sidecar across my home country twice. From land to water travels: I currently live and work on a 1979 Wharram Oro 47 catamaran. - What are your plans with the boat? I will fix it up, run it on nothing but green electric power, and sail off into the sunset. Stay tuned for the growing build and the adventures to come! - How do you find all these cool places we see in the videos? To gain access to my complete research and the world traveller’s map I curate during my explorations off the beaten path, you need to hit me up on Patreon. Here are a few websites I frequent: https://freecampsites.net/, https://www.campendium.com/, http://www.atlasobscura.com/, https://www.couchsurfing.com/ - How do you afford your lifestyle? I live and travel economical by using free camping and mooring, cooking my own meals, thoroughly researching products and how-to’s online, practicing a DIY approach, and being as efficient as possible with my resources. I've struggled financially for most of my life, and although I'm blessed with helpful friends and family as well as being able-bodied, white and male, I don't subscribe to the belief that you need someone footing your bills in order to pursue your passion. So, I learned that you DO need to sacrifice comfort, consistency, safety, and a traditional career but that it IS possible, worth it, and the only lifestyle that makes me happy. I make my income almost entirely by creating content for YouTube, but it's a tight budget. Ad revenue, business sponsors, affiliate links, Patreon, Paypal donations, and merchandise sales bring in about as much as a part-time job, and I'm able to make that work. When it isn't enough, I go back to regular work such as photography, videography or construction, but that takes the focus away from my own projects. - How does your dog fit into this lifestyle? It's really not as difficult as people seem to think. I spend most of the day with Champ anyways, since we enjoy similar things, like eating food and being outdoors. I let the constraint of bringing my dog with me help me make decisions about where I go and what I do, so I avoid places that ban dogs, and therefore spend more time in nature instead of in cities. - How do you make it work as a digital nomad? My electrical power set-up allows charging my camera and laptop to film and edit almost daily. For Internet access quick and reliable enough to upload my episodes a few at a time, I use coffee shops and libraries. I also use a data package on my phone (10GB), a WiFi antenna, and a WiFi booster.
Views: 9694 Finding Simon
How Much Does It Cost To Open A Convenience Store?
 
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Views: 82565 IGottaMakeIt
Entrepreneurs in Action - Accounting
 
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The Small Business Development Centre operates under the auspices of the Shannon School of Business. It plays an important role in the sustained economic growth of Cape Breton Island through the provision of counseling and training services for new and existing entrepreneurs. The Centre has established a mandate to foster entrepreneurial activity with a focus on new business start-ups and business tools directed at the retention and growth of existing businesses. Centre staff provides support, guidance, direction and leadership to those who wish to access and develop these all important skill sets. Recognizing the role of small businesses as a critical economic driver is of major importance to the success of Cape Breton Island's future. Embracing new skills, building teams and establishing partnerships are the capabilities that progressive small business developers need and that the Center is committed to provide them. The fundamental objectives of strengthening business impact, enterprise and entrepreneurship locally through individuals who understand, accept and appreciate the risks and realities on new and existing business ventures means that Cape Breton entrepreneurs will be better equipped with the tools necessary to function in a global marketplace. Clients are welcome to contact the centre and discuss the best use of time and resources to build business plans, take part in professional development programs and gain access to needed information as well as match core competencies with long term growth objectives. This is an invitation for you to become a client of the Small Business Development Centre if you feel that staff can be a help of you. The SBDC exists to champion development for small business and we trust that our services will be relevant to your needs. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.cbu.ca/sbdc/
Views: 1479 cbusbdc
Sheila Gunn Reid | Canada’s politicians slam farmers while Trump revives rural U.S.
 
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Sheila Gunn Reid of The Rebel.Media reports: President Donald Trump is bringing about a rural American Renaissance, while in Canada, Justin Trudeau and Rachel Notley are taxing farmers into the poor house. MORE: https://www.therebel.media/trump_gives_rural_america_its_due_while_canada_s_politicians_put_farmers_in_poor_house SIGN UP to see Sheila Gunn Reid’s Gunn Show videos before anyone else: http://www.TheRebel.media/Shows Subscribe to the Rebel’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
Views: 7788 Rebel Media
Property Rights Under Threat: GSI
 
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Property Rights Under Threat is a new video from the Frontier Centre for Public Policy that covers the plight of Geophysical Service Incorporated, a Calgary-based business that specializes in seismic exploration. For many years, GSI conducted seismic surveys of the ocean floor off the coast of Canada, bringing much-needed jobs and investment to many communities. But new policies implemented by governments in eastern Canada have destroyed GSI's business model and devastated the company. GSI can no longer afford to operate the two exploration ships it used to own, and has been forced to let go almost all of the hundreds of staff they once had. GSI financed further seismic exploration by licensing the data they had previously collected to energy companies who used the research in their resource exploration efforts. But now, the Newfoundland and Nova Scotia governments have begun releasing GSI's seismic data to the general public for free on their government websites. The data was originally submitted to the governments as part of standard regulatory rules used to ensure the province's resources were developed in a responsible manner -- something that GSI has never objected to. "The provincial governments think that giving commercially sensitive data to energy companies for free is "for the greater good" and will increase the likelihood of the province striking it rich in their explorations, but in reality this practice just greatly reduces the incentive for businesses to collect the data in the first place, harming the province's prospects in the long run," said Paul Einarsson, Chairman of Geophysical Service Incorporated.
Views: 1902 Frontier Centre
Atlantis Resources cashed up for phase I tidal power plant
 
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Timothy Cornelius, chief executive of Atlantis Resources (LON:ARL), says that, since the recent IPO, the company now has the cash to take it through to the implementation of phase I of the MeyGen project off the Scottish coast. Tim says that this alone will have the capacity to power 200,000 homes in Scotland. Atlantis is also partnered by Lockheed Martin.
CBC Nova Scotia Leaders' Debate
 
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Watch the full debate: CBC News hosted the Nova Scotia Leaders Debate on May 18, moderated by Amy Smith and Tom Murphy. Read more analysis of the debate here: www.cbc.ca/1.4122925
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10 International News। 10 अंतर्राष्ट्रीय खबर
 
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1. Trump supports Kavanaugh, being vigilant around accusations U.S. President gave a full-throated endorsement to the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh around the sexual assault accusations.At a rally in Las Vegas, Trump appeared with Dean Heller of Nevada and offered strong support for him in his tough re-election battle against Democrat Jackie Rosen in November. 2. Flooding on the horizon for South Carolina post a week South Carolina, where five rivers flow into the ocean, will prepare deluge of water due to aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which has killed more than 40 people.Lying on Atlantic Ocean between Myrtle Beach and Charleston, the county of about 60,000 people waited anxiously for rivers to crest. 3. 2018 could be a good year for Democrats in Dallas: Donovan Carol Donovan became convinced 2018 could be a good year for Democrats in Dallas County, Texas, when so many enthusiasts jammed into the party's annual fish fry fundraiser last October that they ran out of catfish. 4. Mueller probe: Michael Cohen praises own “Integrity & Veracity” in a tweet’ In a bizarre blunder, Michael Cohen has praised own patriotism and trumpeted the crucial role he plays in the notorious Mueller investigation, in a tweet that was allegedly meant to be sent from his lawyer’s account. 5. Whitehouse approves offensive US cyber strategy US President Donald Trump has signed off on a new cyber strategy - the first such document in 15 years - outlining defensive priorities and threatening offensive action against foreign hackers. 6. Canadian Export Agency demotes Its Assessment of Saudi Arabia Canada’s export financing agency is raising a red flag on doing business with Saudi Arabia in the wake of a feud between Riyadh and the Trudeau government. Export Development Canada “is currently off cover on all products in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” 7. Ontario FM to provide snapshots of finances Ontario's finance minister Vic Fedeli will be providing an update on the state of the province's books this morning. He will be speaking to the Economic Club in Toronto, where he is expected to include details on the findings of an independent commission that probed the former Liberal government's spending. 8. Nova Scotia issues permit for new tidal energy project in Bay of Fundy The Nova Scotia government is moving ahead with a project focusing to harness the immense power of the Bay of Fundy’s tides, despite the uncertain future of the Cape Sharp Tidal venture. The Department of Energy and Mines has issued a marine renewable energy permit to Black Rock Tidal Power allowing it to test a 280-kilowatt floating platform for up to six months. 9. Ottawa announces $30 million for new tidal power project in Bay of Fundy Ottawa has announced a $29.8 million grant for a new project that aims to harness the immense power of the Bay of Fundy’s tides. Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi announced the grant in support of a $117-million project operated by Halagonia Tidal Energy Ltd. 10. US, Canada working 24/7 on revamped NAFTA deal U.S. and Canadian negotiators are working around the clock on a deal to keep Canada in a North American trade bloc ahead of a Sept. 30 U.S. deadline. Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland said that "Our officials are in pretty much constant contact.”
Breathalyzer test added to packs of alcohol
 
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A disposable breathalyzer test is being added to packages of Black Fly alcohol products to help prevent people from drinking and driving. ​ »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
Views: 9138 CBC News
WRAP : Resource Efficiency Animation
 
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Engine Creative has completed a motion graphics piece for WRAP urging UK business leaders to engage in resource efficiency to benefit their organisations. The animation uses strong factual statements and a varied multi-planar technique to add visual interest whilst highlighting the economic benefits that WRAP aim to deliver to the UK. Details of the event are available on the WRAP website http://www.wrap.org.uk/wrap_corporate/annual_conference/
Views: 619 Engine Creative
Elaine Froese Who Gets The Farm and When
 
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http://www.elainefroese.com/ Farm family conflict can cost you your business and your family. Farm succession planning is a process that requires your commitment to talk and to make changes so that all family members know that a plan will be acted upon... and by when. Farm family business coaching is a forum for talking about the tough issues, the bull in the middle of the living room that no one is talking about. The weight of stress you are dragging around is making you sick. Elaine is a certified coach highly skilled at keeping family business meetings a safe place to respectfully work out the action plan to reduce your stress. Her expertise in farm succession planning is recognized across Canada. So what is stopping you from making the call ? "I am afraid to ask for help." "Can you guarantee me things will change ?" "I don't think we will be able to do the work involved." "I feel too overwhelmed." "My spouse doesn't want me to talk to anyone." When I heard Elaine was going to be a presenter at our BDO Farm Seminar, I was excited because my family had worked with Elaine before when we were doing estate planning with our farm and I knew she had lots of good advice and that she would give our clients some food for thought and guidance. She likes to let everyone listen and have their say so others can hear what they have to say. She was a real benefit to us on our farm. -- Shelly Friesen BDO Employee and Farmer Go to http://www.elainefroese.com/ today to see videos, order books, and see her speaking resources!
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How Much Does It Cost To Set Up A Business Name?
 
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BEER GOLF! With Brian Baumgartner
 
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Golf + Beer Pong = Everyone's New Favorite Sport! WATCH FULL EPISODES at CelebsInGolfCarts.com
Why and How Tax Bill C-43 Impacts Wealth Strategies and What You Can Do
 
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https://www.jpw.ca/Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Tax Bill C-43, Impacts Wealth Accumulation, Conservation and Distribution Strategies and some good news you can act on. Why the change? Modern policies are being regulated under 1982 rules with 1958 mortality tables. For those who enjoy a guaranteed interest income, strategies involving prescribed annuities will still provide a significant increase in after tax income. You will, however, pay more tax. The benefits owners and executives receive from corporate funded plans, will be reduced. A level premium requires tax sheltered growth to provide a tax free death benefit. In addition to the updated mortality table, companies will no longer be permitted to design lump sum 1 pay plans to take advantage of tax preferred growth, but will be limited to 8 years. There is some good news! Plans in effect before 1 January 2017 will be continue to enjoy current taxation. The insurance industry needed the time to implement the changes providing this rare “grandfathering” opportunity. What to do? Is your impact a few hundred dollars or several hundred thousand dollars? You can make an informed decision or you will probably end up saying “I wish I would have known.” If you choose to learn more, you can start with the resources at JPW.ca. A strategy session with an experienced insurance professional is recommended. If you are in Nova Scotia, you can request a complimentary strategy session. Details at JPW.ca
Why we must motivate students to pursue STEM education.
 
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As the economic need for STEM-educated workers ramps up, interest is declining. How do we inspire today’s youth to be tomorrow’s scientists?
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Preview of Lyles Center P9 Commercialization Program - Be an Entrepreneur or To Open a Business
 
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http://aiie.co P9 PROGRAM: Exclusive Entrepreneur Development Program from the Lyles Center AGENDA Program Overview What is P9? Who Should Attend? What Are the Goals? Getting Ready Personal Goals What's the Big Idea? Commitment to Success Program Immersion Webinar Launch Certificate LYLES INSTRUCTORS ~ Timothy M. Stearns ~ Professor Timothy M. Stearns is an acclaimed scholar and practitioner of entrepreneurship who is recognized for his innovative methods around the globe. An author and teacher, he has coached over 1,000 entrepreneurial start-ups in the past two decades... ~ Zari Karimi ~ Professor Zari Karimi has accumulated more than 25 years of experience in sales, computer programming, academic teaching, and health-care project management. She has a successful track record as a seasoned and creative business professional. She has worked extensively in the corporate world designing programs that have generated $100 million-plus outcomes for her clients... ~ Jeff Macon ~ Mr. Jeff Macon, a 2012 graduate of Fresno State's MBA program, is the Program Manager of the Technology Commercialization Program at the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship... WHAT IS P9? Action based plan for creating a business "Knowledge, Skills, Action" Coaching and mentoring system for entrepreneurs Demonstrated success WHO SHOULD ATTEND P9? Individuals wanting to launch a business Individuals wanting to take a new product to market Current business owners seeking to further develop their business Displaced workers seeking self-employment Individuals who work with entrepreneurs Individuals seeking information about entrepreneurship WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF P9? Build a strong understanding of how to execute a business Develop knowledge and skills essential to the entrepreneurial journey Build professional skills to enhance the gathering of critical resources PERSONAL GOALS "Do you have a business idea you would like to pursue?" "Are you looking to improve your business?" "Would you like to build your professional skills?" "Do you want to learn more about American business practices?" "Are you wanting to increase your income?" WHAT'S YOUR BIG IDEA? A unique product A unique service Modify a product or service Franchise Organization COMMITMENT TO SUCCESS Are you motivated to achieve? Are you a self-starter? Do you want to develop the skills of an entrepreneur? Are you a problem solver? Are you willing to commit the necessary time? Do you have a supportive family? Do you enjoy improving the lives of others? PROGRAM: Immersion Three full days of hands-on instruction in Singapore Designed to build a mind-set for executing a business Activity based learning Prepares the participant to execute their vision PROGRAM: Immersion Day 1 Are You Prepared for the Journey? What's Your Big Idea? Managing Your Time What Vehicle Will Take You There? Show Me The Money PROGRAM: Immersion Day 2 The Five Essential Skills of the Entrepreneur Sell It! Negotiate It! Elevator Pitch Product Management PROGRAM: Immersion Day 3 Who Is Your First Customer? Knowing Your Competition Bootstrapping Your Business Scheduling The Launch Get Ready for Success! PROGRAM: Immersion Method Comprehensive manual Presentations supplemented with activities Coaching Peer feedback First stage of P9 action plan PROGRAM: Webinar Topics Competitive Strategy Marketing Strategy Financials Capital Acquisition Executive Summary Certificate of Completion PROGRAM: Webinar Method Two hour weekly Webex presentations Presentations are interactive Worksheet completed weekly Coaches facilitate the completion of worksheets Participants can access Webex from home computer Thirty minute consultation with Lyles Center instructors upon completion of P9 PROGRAM: Outcomes An action plan to launch your business Coaches to facilitate your business launch Mentors to facilitate your business launch Certificate of Completion from the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at California State University, Fresno A path to success and prosperity! AND AIIE WOULD LIKE TO PRESENT TO YOU... "Free P9 Program to Unleash the Entrepreneur in You!" CONTEST Win a free place for the Exclusive Entrepreneur Development Program from the Lyles Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, California State University, Fresno. Valued at S$ 2997. Expires 28th February 2013. CLICK http://bestmarketing.cc/?vs_cm=2 to grab the chance to win. In Summary P9 will help you in one or more of the following ways: How to open a business How to create your own business How to start a business Small business Opening a business Business plan To open business How to create your own business How to go into a business How to be an entrepreneur How to be an effective entrepreneur Be an entrepreneur How to be entrepreneur How to setup a business How to run a business
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Gerald Keddy MP - Member's Statement - December 6, 2011
 
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Mr. Gerald Keddy (South Shore—St. Margaret's, CPC): Mr. Speaker, last week I had the honour of presenting White Point Lodge with the Tourism Industry Association of Canada Award for Excellence in Human Resources Development. This award is presented to a business that has clearly demonstrated a commitment to professionalism in the tourism workforce This award held a special significance for all of White Points' management and staff because their main lodge was completely destroyed in a devastating fire on November 12 of this year. Located on Nova Scotia's beautiful South Shore, White Point is Nova Scotia's favourite year-round, ocean front beach vacation destination. With ISO 9001 Certification, White Point provides an extensive human resources program that includes student scholarships and placements, professional development, staff recognition and support of local tourism industry initiatives. To Danny and all the staff at the White Point Lodge, congratulations on the prestigious award and on the plans to rebuild.
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How to use Newton's Law Supercharge Outcomes
 
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www.jpw.ca Halifax, NS. How to Channel the FORCE to Supercharge Outcomes. 2+2=4+? Often it is possible to accomplish your objectives and get better value for your money by using a process that integrates your goals. Action has consequences. The Laws of Matter Do Apply in all cases. Hello, I‘m Thomas, I am going to show you How to channel “The Force” The first step to clarify your objective. Then implement a strategy directed at your goal. Strategies are opportunities to supercharges outcomes towards what you want. FOR EXAMPLE, you like guaranteed interest income and implement a strategy involving prescribed annuities to increase your after tax income. Your income increases by 50% or more. You don’t stop there. What can you do now better or do could not do before? You seize the planning opportunity to “channel the force” You want to to create for your family or conserve your wealth or legacy and you implement a Life insurance strategy to deliver tax free cash Level premium life insurance requires a tax-sheltered reserve which provides you with many possibilities to choose from. Increase Wealth, conserve wealth, legacy, increase income. With corporate funded plans you can structure strategies so that both you and the company benefit. Succession planning, family legacy, executive retirement plans, tax sheltered income stream, capital extraction and more. Remember Strategies start reactions that create additional planning opportunities To “Channel the Force” and supercharge your outcomes towards your goals. Be aware and clarify where you want to go. Implement a strategy directed at your goal with overall goal in mind. Supercharge your result. please directing some of the reaction or force to your other goals. Repeat The force is with more than your money. The Laws of Motion apply whether you are channeling the force on your own or with your CFP Want to learn more? Resources, including Sample strategies are available at JPW.ca In addition, if you are in Nova Scotia you can request a complimentary strategy session. Details at JPW.CA
Easy Immigration to Canada from Pakistan - Part 1
 
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National for Sunday September 2, 2018 — NAFTA, Whistleblower Protection, Regulating Airbnb
 
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Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing six days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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The Lobster Industry (Part 1)
 
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Mainebiz Sunday (Season 2, Episode 40) - Fishing for lobster is an iconic industry in Maine. It's also an important one, inextricably tied to local and regional economies up and down the coast, and an integral part of the state's tourism industry. But like all businesses, Maine's lobster industry has weathered some rough patches over the past few years. In October 2008, Gov. John Baldacci created a task force to develop a long-term strategic plan for the lobster industry. In this episode, we'll talk with several stakeholders in the industry about that report, the industry and its future. Our guests include Dane Somers, executive director of the Maine Lobster Promotion Council; John Hathaway, CEO of Shucks Maine Lobster; and David Etnier, deputy commissioner of the Maine Department of Marine Resources. Unfortunately, this show was taped on the nicest day of the week, so no lobsterman would give up time on the water to join our panel.
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A Canadian Geographic:  Episode 3 ~~Fundy~~
 
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Meet the incredible Bay of Fundy, where the world’s greatest tidal ranges can be found. The funnel shape of this huge bay combined with the gravitational pull of the sun and moon creates massive tides here, up to 16 meters! The upper Bay of Fundy coast in NB has been designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve for it’s ecological significance and cultural heritage. TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline would carry bitumen from the tarsands across Canada for export in Atlantic tidewaters. The pipeline would retrofit a 40-year old gas line across the prairies, and build new pipelines from Ontario to Saint John, NB. While they try to sell this as a way to get Canadian oil to the Maritimes for domestic use, in actual fact more than 90% of the pipeline capacity would be used for exporting raw, unrefined bitumen to other countries. The greenhouse gas emissions associated from just this one pipeline, would be greater than all of the carbon emissions of the entire province of New Brunswick. The Conservation Council of New Brunswick released a comprehensive report this summer that outlines all the reasons why Energy East is a bad idea and not in our best interest… For one thing it risks way more jobs than it creates: “The report said that puts the region's fishing industry at risk. It estimates the Bay of Fundy supports roughly 5,000 fishing jobs.” The report also forces us to recognize that difficulties in oil-spill cleanup are multiplied by the region’s extreme tides and fog… “provides examples of past spills in the Bay of Fundy, including an incident in February 2007 that was not assessed or tracked due to adverse weather and fog.” As mentioned in the video TransCanada has already started borehole drilling for their terminal in the Bay of Fundy, although the National Energy Board has not approved the project yet. Earlier this year, the company had to scrap plans to build a terminal in Quebec, after the province recognized beluga whales as an endangered species. The terminal there would have greatly impacted the habitat of the belugas in the St. Lawrence estuary. TransCanada seem to think they can avoid this same issue in New Brunswick, even though Fundy is home to the North Atlantic right whale (most endangered large whale in the world) http://www.nationalobserver.com/2015/08/27/news/transcanadas-energy-east-drilling-alarms-new-brunswick-residents Tidal Power on the other hand uses no fuel and produces zero emissions during its operation. .…And has a 0% chance of full-bore rupture and leaking oil into the environment!! The Bay of Fundy has the greatest potential for tidal energy in the world, and now is an excellent time to start investing in it! From Natural Resources Canada: “FORCE reached a major milestone in 2014: the installation of the underwater power cables. The four cables laid along the sea floor of the Minas Passage give FORCE the largest transmission capacity for tidal power in the world. With a combined length of 11 kilometres, the four 34.5kV cables have a total capacity of 64 megawatts, equivalent to the power needs of 20,000 homes at peak tidal flows.” “The 64 mW current capacity is only a fraction of the Bay of Fundy’s 2500 mW potential from low-impact tidal power” –Energy Nova Scotia 2500 megawatts may not sound that impressive, but this is enough to power approximately 750,000 homes, or put another way, the ENTIRE PROVINCE New Brunswick!! Targeted investment and subsidies for renewable energy is just the boost we need to take advantage of this amazing renewable natural phenomenon. Thanks for reading, and as Yoda says: “Always pass on what you have learned.” Special thanks to Corrina Keeling for the inspiring music that appears in this video. To hear more please visit www.corrinakeeling.ca info sources: http://business.financialpost.com/news/energy/energy-east-pipeline-would-stress-whales-report-says http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/why-the-timing-isnt-right-for-transcanadas-energy-east-pipeline/article21422787/ http://canadians.org/sites/default/files/publications/energyeast-15percent.pdf http://www.ctvnews.ca/business/energy-east-pipeline-would-stress-whales-conservation-group-says-1.2523574 http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/energy-east-pipeline-could-hurt-whales-jobs-says-conservation-council-1.3196697 http://bayoffundytourism.com http://www.fundy-biosphere.ca/en/ http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy/funding/current-funding-programs/cef/4955 http://fundyforce.ca http://www.21stcentech.com/energy-update-bay-fundy-test-tidal-turbines/ http://energy.novascotia.ca/renewables/marine-renewable-energy http://www.desmog.ca/2014/03/21/transcanada-s-proposed-energy-east-pipeline-clearly-export-pipeline-says-report
Views: 136 Kyle and Jolene