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June 19, 2017

Canadian experiences to boost tourism development

There is no doubt about what sells Canada to international markets: our abundance of authentic experiences from coast to coast to coast. That was the message from experts and tourism developers from around the country and beyond who came together for Tourism Rendez-vous 2017 in Gaspé and Percé in May. CEDEC’s first Tourism Rendez-vous was [...]
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June 14, 2017

Bridging Divides on the International Stage

CEDEC’s John Buck, Chief Executive Officer, attended the OECD 2017 Forum, Bridging Divides which emphasized strongly the need for policies to win back public confidence, particularly those who feel left behind by globalization, increased migration flows and technological developments. Buck joined other leaders and influencers from all sectors of civil society around the world including former [...]
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May 30, 2017

Tourism Information Network – Edition 9

Edition 9 | May 2017 In partnership with RDÉE Canada and the Chaire de tourism Transat de l'ESG UQAM, this initiative is designed to share essential information to support the development of the tourism industry within Canada's Official Language Minority Communities. TOURISM PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TOOLKITS Developing tourism products Align with the destination's overall message Developing [...]
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April 18, 2017

Zone multilingue connects employers, job seekers and community

Salon Priorité-Emploi Estrie 2017 Working behind the scenes at the Zone multilingue offers a snapshot of a community in all its diversity. It was the second year that CEDEC organized the Zone at the Salon Priorité-Emploi Estrie, in partnership with La Direction régionale Emploi-Québec Estrie, Townshippers’ Association and a great team of volunteers! This year’s Salon [...]
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April 18, 2017

CEDEC’s Labour Market Information Network has launched

CEDEC’s Labour Market Information Network has launched! On March 29, 2017, the network, including representatives from the education, government, community and private sectors, held its first meeting to validate the goals of the network, discuss challenges, and identify the key pillars of a community-based workforce development research plan. The work of the LMI Network supports CEDEC’s Workforce Development [...]
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