OSHAWA – The City of Oshawa will be offering day camps and additional programming beginning on Monday, October 7 in response to the pending school closures. Programs now available for…
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New horticulture students will gain valuable hands-on experience in Parkwood’s historic gardens and greenhouses. Durham College and Parkwood National Historic Site (Parkwood) announced an innovative partnership that will see them work together to develop and deliver educational curricula for the college’s new two-year Horticulture Technician diploma program, which is offered through the School of Science & Engineering Technology and launching in September 2012.
Our Government’s Re-Engagement In Asia Is Good News For Canadian Business
Canadian Chamber Report
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce welcomes the announcement by the Government of a Canada-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA). “Canada and Japan have largely complementary economies. Greater effective market access through an Economic Partnership Agreement could yield economic gains for both countries,” said Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Ontario Chamber Report
The Ontario government announced on March 2, 2012 that the province will develop its first-ever immigration strategy to help build a stronger economy.
A new expert roundtable, led by Julia Deans and including Allan O’Dette, President & CEO of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), will help develop the strategy and examine ways that immigration can best support Ontario’s economic development and help new Ontarians find jobs.