Exchange Magazine for Business

Subscription options:

Exchange Magazine Paper Version
Exchange Magazine - Digital version
Share

CURRENT

WATERLOO & AREA


Waterloo Region Travel Company Gives $100,000 to Transformation CMH

DENSO Foundation recognized for ongoing support of Conestoga College

OpenText Expands eDiscovery and Information Analytics Footprint with Purchase of Recommind, Inc.


Ontario invests $1.2 million in Communitech Hub expansion

City of Kitchener recognized for innovative creek restoration project

Wilfrid Laurier University’s Board of Governors approves new contract with CUPE Local 926

Chagger Discusses Building an Inclusive and Innovative Canada in Waterloo

Kitchener hospitals expand visiting hours to welcome greater family presence in patient care

Manulife Vitality Program rewards members for making healthy choices, being active

Waterloo Wellington Dufferin Quarterly Job Demand Report

Heat Warning

Laurier professor examines role of private-sector health services in developing countries

Chagger Announces Latest AC JumpStart Program Cohorts

TORONTO & 401 CORRIDOR


Pets, Owners to Benefit from $1.5-Million Gift for OVC Companion Animal Care

Behavioural scientists help Ontario save money through more online licence plate renewals: first-of-its kind Rotman collaboration

Higher-income students have an edge when it comes to working memory

University of Guelph athletes and support staff will shortly be on their way to Brazil to compete at the Olympics this summer

Toronto Pearson celebrates implementation of new preclearance process

“Perfect storm” brought sea louse epidemic to BC salmon: University of Toronto study

Map booklet shows vulnerable people where to get help in Toronto

OVC Cancer Breakthrough Leads to Human Clinical Trials

Steelworkers Seek Reinstatement of Retiree Health Benefits

X Marks the Spot at the Centre of the Milky Way Galaxy

No Mistake - Queen’s researcher plays lead role in naming of newest UNESCO World Heritage Site

Queen’s researcher Alexander Dececchi looks at how pre-avian dinosaurs first developed the ability to fly

......................................................................................... x
WATCH


Ed Boyden: Baby diapers inspired this new way to study the brain
Neuroengineer Ed Boyden wants to know how the tiny biomolecules in our brains generate emotions, thoughts and feelings — and he wants to find the molecular changes that lead to disorders like epilepsy and Alzheimer's. Rather than magnify these invisible structures with a microscope, he wondered: What if we physically enlarge them and make them easier to see? Learn how the same polymers used to make baby diapers swell could be a key to better understanding our brains.


Gerard Ryle: How the Panama Papers journalists broke the biggest leak in history

Gerard Ryle led the international team that divulged the Panama Papers, the 11.5 million leaked documents from 40 years of activity of the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca that have offered an unprecedented glimpse into the scope and methods of the secretive world of offshore finance. Hear the story behind the biggest collaborative journalism project in history. As director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Gerard Ryle is one of the key figures behind the Panama Papers.

......................................................................................... x

PROVINCIAL

FedDev Ontario Invests in Healthcare Innovation

Ontario Investing An Additional $100 Million for 2016 in Home and Community Care

OLG First Quarter Payment to Centre Wellington of $562,828

Ontario Launches First Culture Strategy

EARLIER IN THE WEEK

Statement by Ontario NDP Finance Critic Catherine Fife responding to Q1 2016 Economic Accounts

500 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Coming To Province

FedDev Ontario Supports Innovative Medical Imaging Technology


NATIONAL


Wholesale trade for May 2016 has some positive numbers

Being an entrepreneur isn't just something you do. It's who you are.

As controversy over the new deal with Ontario doctors mounts, new MLI study sets out options to improve Canadian health care

Food consumers making their voices heard

More People Receive Employment Insurance in May 2016

Travel between Canada and other countries Up in May 2016

Air Canada Signs Agreements with Partners to Help Establish Centre of Excellence for Aircraft Maintenance in Manitoba

Membership in registered pension plans (RPPs) in Canada totalled 6,257,000 people

EARLIER IN THE WEEK

Angel Investing Networks Injected $133M into Canadian Startups in 2015 - 48% increase

Launch of Munk Senior Fellows Program Puts Canada's Best Thinkers To Work On The Big Isues Facing Canada

New report gives the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) expansion a thumbs up

Landmark Supreme Court Decision Restores Rights For 500,000 Federal Non-unionized Workers

Loblaws playing hardball with food suppliers

THE WORLD

Blood disorders cost €23 billion to European economy

Continental tug-of-war - until the rope snaps

EPA Research Shows Moderate or Severe Corrosion in Majority of Diesel Fuel Underground Storage Tank Systems Studied

International tourism continues to grow above average in the first four months of 2016

bcIMC Reports Fiscal 2016 Annual Returns

EARLIER IN THE WEEK

New HIV infections stagnating at 2.5 million a year worldwide

Inspiring youth through innovative workplace-learning

Tourism plays a key role in building peace and supporting reconciliation processes

Stroke is largely preventable, with hypertension confirmed as biggest risk factor, according to global study

Millennials’ Strong Interest in New Products and Services Will Drive the Most Future Value for Energy Utilities, But They Are Much More Demanding Consumers

......................................................................................... x
EVENTS

TODAY OR SOON

Warm Weather Road Closures in Waterloo Region

Laurier to host international computer algebra conference

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Canadian Olympic Men’s Rowing Team returns to Guelph Lake Park to Train for Rio Olympics

Marketer of the Year: Nominations Entry has 1 Month to Go!

......................................................................................... x
MORE TALKS

Adam Savage: My love letter to cosplay (Costume Humour)

Elise Roy: When we design for disability, we all benefit
Lisa Dyson: A forgotten Space Age technology could change how we grow food

......................................................................................... x
PREVIOUSLY POSTED

WATERLOO & AREA

Communitech Data Hub to open in uptown Waterloo

CUPE Local 926 approves new contract following tentative agreement with Wilfrid Laurier University

Maplesoft Enters Agreement with Perimeter Institute to Become its Educational Outreach Champion

Historic Waterloo Club leases former Webco building

RIA sets up for continued success with staff restructuring

Region of Waterloo resumes mailing out social assistance cheques

UW Student Entrepreneurs To Compete For $125,000 In Seed Money

Wilfrid Laurier University reaches tentative deal with CUPE Local 926

Creative Enterprise Initiative Transfers Community Engagement Platform To Waterloo Region Tourism Marketing Corporation

Last Weeks Post


TORONTO & AREA

Fifty-one per cent of Millennial investors prefer less market volatility over higher returns

Magna Establishes U.S. $500 Million Commercial Paper Program

Professor Solves 60-year-old Mystery Behind Elvis Presley’s first No. 1 hit — Heartbreak Hotel

The Mark Gordon Company and ABC Studios Announce Production of Two TV Series Set to Film in Toronto

......................................................................................... x
RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS



University of Waterloo appoints Feridun Hamdullahpur to second term as president

Prof. Rene Van Acker has been appointed dean of the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) for a five-year term effective Sept. 1. The announcement was made today by Charlotte Yates, provost and vice-president (academic).

......................................................................................... x
EXCHANGE MAGAZINE

................................................................................................................................ x


................................................................................................................................ x

Enjoy this issue and make a voluntary payment, your contribution to our content is appreciated.

 


_____________________

Just Released Exchange Magazine
July/August 2016 Issue


_____________________


_____________________


_____________________


_____________________




Directories/Featured Sections


s

Annual Planned Giving Guide





Content Opportunities

Share Your Story:
pressrelease @ exchangemagazine.com


Expand Your Reach:
advertise @ exchangemagazine.com

Publisher:
Exchange Business Communication Inc.
PO Box 248
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Content published on this site represents the opinion of the individual, organization and/or source provider. Exchangemagazine.com is a online daily journal of Exchange Business Communication Inc. Publishers of Exchange Magazine est. 1983. Privacy Policy. Copyright of Exchange produced editorial is the copyright of Exchange Business Communications Inc. 2015. Submitted editorials, comments and releases are copyright of respective source(s).