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Could this have been the last Civic Holiday that stores will be forced to close?

(Greater Sudbury, August, 2014) During the recent long weekend businesses were prohibited from opening on the Civic Holiday on Monday August 4, 2014 as a result of municipal by-law 2007-143. Although certain exemptions apply, the vast majority of retail businesses in Greater Sudbury were forced to shut their doors on Monday and Sudburians might have…

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Our resources can help us build a better Canada

Canada’s natural resource endowment is unmatched. We are the world’s largest exporter of forest products, the third largest exporter of natural gas and the fourth largest exporter of agriculture and agri-food. Our country has the world’s third largest oil reserves and is a competitive producer of metals and minerals. There’s a responsibility with this incredible…

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Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce announces 2014-2015 Board of Directors

Four new members will be joining the Board of Directors of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce (GSCC).  They will join four re-elected members and those who will complete the second year of their two-year term. The twelve elected and re-elected directors of the GSCC Board of Directors include: Anna Frattini (BESTECH), Joel Montgomery (Vale…

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Unlocking the Public Service Economy in Ontario

Written in collaboration with KPMG and MAXIMUS Canada, Unlocking the Public Service Economy argues that the Government of Ontario must adopt alternative service delivery (ASD) models in order to sustain the province’s public services. ASD is the process of public sector restructuring whereby governments partner with the private and/or not-for-profit sectors in the delivery of…

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