Kitchener - As part of the 41st Convocation ceremonies (fall) of Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning on November 7, President John Tibbits will present a number of College-wide achievement honours.
GreeneStone Clinic Muskoka Offers The "Comfortable Colonoscopy" in a Resort Setting
BALA - Canada's first resort-based, full service medical clinic officially opened here yesterday. GreeneStone Clinic Muskoka, located in the heart of Ontario's picturesque cottage country, offers executive health care and "comfortable colonoscopy" services in a year-round resort setting.
TORONTO - Responding to the bleak job market figures released by Statistics Canada today, CAW President Ken Lewenza said the federal government must use this as an opportunity to provide more support to the Canadian workforce, through more stimulus funding and significant increases to EI benefits.
Toronto's winning bid brings world-class legacy facilities and key events to Scarborough and downtown campuses
Toronto - Toronto's successful bid for the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games will bring several sporting competitions to the University of Toronto, translating into major new sport and recreation facilities, enhanced opportunities for U of T students and the community, and further momentum for the University's high performance sport agenda.
Ottawa Ground-breaking software applications to combat terrorism and protect Canadians in the event of a disaster have been developed by Carleton University and AMITA Corporation with planned deployment at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Kitchener - The Association of Operations Management (APICS) conference is held each year for professionals, students and teachers to network and learn about current trends in the area of Operations and Supply Chain Management in a global community. The conference was held this year at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from October 4-6, 2009. There were over 1,700 attendees from all over the world, including students and teachers from right here at Conestoga College.
Kitchener - The University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy is presenting its next public lecture in the Health & Healing Lecture Series: “Anaphylaxis: What Is It? Who Is At Risk? How You Can Make A Difference” on Thursday, Nov. 26.
OTTAWA - The Minister of State for FedDev Ontario needs to focus on the Southern Ontario communities hardest hit by the economic recession, and spend less time playing politics by trickling out taxpayer money in alignment with a Conservative self serving and dragged out marketing plan, Liberal Critic for Southern Ontario Economic Development Frank Valeriote said Friday.
Closing gender gaps will help further unleash India’s vast economic potential
New Delhi The World Economic Forum’s India Gender Gap Review released today at the India Economic Summit examines inequalities between women and men. Leaders at the meeting are discussing the factors responsible for the size of India’s gender gap, which, according the Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2009, sees it ranked 114th out of 134 countries measured. ____________________ Global Economy
Financial leaders laud prime minister’s call for reforms of bond and insurance markets at India Economic Summit
New Delhi Top executives from Indian and international financial institutions endorsed the capital market reforms proposed by Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, during his keynote address yesterday at the India Economic Summit.
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