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More than making copies: what interns want
Despite hearing that �companies just use you� in internships, Nadya Sayenko, 26, was undeterred. The recent York University graduate in communications and business landed a three-month stint as an event management intern with Managing Matters Inc., ...
Does temporary foreign workers program create second class of labourers?
To achieve a quick decision on bringing in outsiders, a company must agree to random audits to ensure they are following the rules.
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Alberta fires back at proposed EU fuel rules
Alberta and the federal government have lobbied aggressively against the European low-carbon fuel proposal, saying it would discriminate against Canadian-based crude producers with an unscientific approach to reducing greenhouse gases (GHG).
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Papa's got a brand new brand
It's hard to think of a more female-oriented movie than What to Expect When You're Expecting. But look at any billboard for the film across Canada, and you won't see the expected - expectant - image of a glowing mom-to-be.
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Insurance industry pool to combat proliferation of high-cost drugs
More than 20 Canadian insurance companies have banded together and pooled their resources in an effort to prevent medium-sized employers from being forced to scale down or eliminate group drug plans for their staff.
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Lagging green standards hamper competitiveness, Ottawa told
The world is moving to a new business standard for being green, but Canada is not moving along with it - to its detriment, according to a new report.
The right trade-offs bring the right immigrants
One approach to this impending shortage of skills is simply to increase overall immigration levels. But estimates from a recent study by the C.D.
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End of era in Alberta as Ron Southern winds down role as Atco chairman
He joins other Alberta builders who passed on the baton in the past few months, including Rick George, the former CEO of oil sands pioneer Suncor Energy Inc., Al Markin, the former co-chairman of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., and Pat Daniel, who is ...
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Universities can transform campuses into test beds for sustainability: UBC ...
John Robinson, executive director of the UBC Sustainability Initiative, said in an interview Friday that universities combine education and research, ownership of their own buildings, and a more liberal approach to investment returns than the private ...
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Ontario moves to open up Far North with $5.1-billion chromite deal
The government of Ontario took a big step toward unearthing the geological treasures of the province's Far North in announcing an investment to develop the first mine in the mineral-rich Ring of Fire.
Cliffs may export 40% of chromite from Ontario Ring of Fire for processing  Winnipeg Free Press
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