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September 20, 2018

Automation and the Future of Indigenous Employment

Source - Automobile automation Source - Automobile automation One Way to Prepare for Changes to Come. In this age of innovation, there is a lot of uncertainty for Canada’s labour force. According to a report released by The Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship, more than 40 per cent of the Canadian workforce is at high- risk [...]
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August 15, 2018

Economic development the underlying theme of InSitu art exhibits

The importance of economic vitality and economic development for rural communities was a strong underlying theme in an evening of tribute to the community of Barachois on August 5, 2018, featuring the documentary Barachois In Situ (2016 edition). Serving also to present the artists participating in the 2018 Barachois InSitu, CEDEC hosted this event in [...]
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August 13, 2018

A Partnership to Support Successful Business Transfers in Quebec

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release MONTREAL (QC) – August 13, 2018 – CEDEC and SuccessionMatching Ltd. (SXNM) have partnered to offer bilingual succession planning and business transition services across Quebec. This partnership is providing direct services to owners throughout the life cycle of their business, as well the resource providers that surround businesses to provide [...]
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July 26, 2018

Leveraging Technology to Grow Quebec Communities

Economic innovation and the spirit of entrepreneurship drive Quebec’s communities. In this Startup Canada podcast, CEDEC’s Peter Stastny, a business development specialist with over three decades of experience running, building and coaching small businesses, talks about his work in sparking and sustaining economic development throughout the province. Also featured: Carol Cotton, General Director of the [...]
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July 17, 2018

Barachois In Situ: People, Art and History

In 2014, when the community of Barachois started its revitalization process with support from CEDEC, community members were driven by a number of great ideas to put their lagoon, teeming with wildlife and possibility, on the map. With the popular Percé rock just a short drive away, their first priority was to develop their own [...]
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