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May 24, 2019
What’s the best way to fail?
For an entrepreneur, failing is often considered a rite of passage. Some say fail fast and fail often. It can also be argued that encouraging entrepreneurs to fail fast and often means they don’t actually have time to learn from those failures. The reality is, as a startup or business owner you will fail at [...]
May 22, 2019
An Investment in Economic Activity for the English-speaking Communities in Quebec
Huntingdon, QC – May 22, 2019 – Member of Parliament for Châteauguay – Lacolle, Brenda Shanahan, is pleased to announce that the Government of Canada has allocated a contribution of $11.9 million to the Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC). This funding, provided through the Enabling Fund for Official Language Minority Communities, will help [...]
May 17, 2019
Are you a frontier firm?
When we think of ‘frontier firms’ we often think of large companies that have offices and warehouses all over the world, globally positioned to grab opportunity in any market. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) defines a ‘frontier firm’ as “[a] firm at the global productivity frontier – defined as the most productive [...]
May 15, 2019
Quebec’s economic future tied to successful business transfer
Business transfer represents a major challenge for the future of Quebec – from maintaining its workforce in the regions to safeguarding important services provided by entrepreneurs that sustain a community’s vitality. Many Quebec small and medium enterprise (SME) owners are thinking about their future beyond their current situation. A new benchmark portrait offers insights into [...]
April 17, 2019
Enhancing Economic Activity on Quebec’s Lower North Shore
March, CEDEC joined Coasters Association in St. Paul’s River, QC to celebrate our respective 20th and 30th anniversaries and highlight how our organizations have worked together and leveraged each other's work during this time. Over three decades, the English-speaking communities along the Lower North Shore coast have weathered changing times and economic tides and today [...]