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Catalyst challenges FP500 to fill 25% of board seats with women
Two prominent Canadian companies, Royal Bank of Canada and Linamar Corporation, have already pledged their commitment to the initiative.
AET builds sustainable environmental consulting...
McKenzie, for example, has been working for the past seven years on a major groundwater remediation project that has included community, government and corporate stakeholders. In that type of a project, it is important to “give very accurate and timely ...
Police arrest 5th person after 28 guns stolen in...
Inspector Greg Lamport of the Waterloo Regional Police stands in front of seized drugs, money and weapons during a press conference, Friday.
Visible minorities shut out of leadership positions
Catalyst Inc., the leading non-profit membership organization expanding opportunities for women in business, is working to transform the composition of Canada's corporate boardrooms.
Junior Storm bantams drop pair at OMHA qualifier
GUELPH - A lack of a finishing touch reared its ugly head again for the Guelph Linamar Corporation Junior Storm on the opening day of the three-day South Central AAA bantam OMHA qualifying tournament at the West End arena.
Can James Moore be both arts champion and axe man?
When James Moore became Minister of Canadian Heritage, he says he fielded three main requests from the arts community: Don't cut funding, make it easier to get funding by cutting red tape and be a champion for the arts.
Province struggled with plan for rail transit
WATERLOO REGION - Ontario limited its funding of rail transit to $300 million after Ministry of Transportation planners struggled with escalating costs that exceed the rewards provided by trains.
Military headstone for air force officer too thin...
CAMBRIDGE - Capt. Paul “Spike” Zvaniga was clear about how he wanted to be remembered - buried in his hometown of Hespeler with a standard military headstone.
Trojans win Ontario girls volleyball championship
Sara Potter (left) and Hannah Poole of Forest Heights leap to block a shot Wednesday from Candice Scott of Grand River. next play/pause pre 1/1.
Indiscriminate spending
McGuinty's decisions, from the Ornge air-ambulance service, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, the Green Energy Act and eHealth, not to mention the massive debt load that has reached unsustainable proportions, have all come to a head at once.