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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

  Dedicated to Infrastructure Advancement   The province of Nova Scotia in Canada is in the process of undertaking various projects to improve its infrastructure in order to facilitate development. Halifax, the provincial capital of the area is ensuring that the region is not only developing infrastructure but is also experiencing economic growth whilst remaining […]

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Halifax

Halifax

Harbored in Halifax There is a common refrain among Halifax residents that they cannot decide whether they live in a small big city or a big small city. Statistically, Halifax – home to just under 400,000 residents – is relatively small for a provincial capital; and its population grows at the relatively slow rate of […]

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County of Grande Prairie No. 1

County of Grande Prairie No. 1

  Bone-ified Bon-anza   Confucius once astutely advised, “To define the future, study the past.” And in the Canadian community of Grande Prairie, a new opportunity to study and celebrate the past is now helping to define new potential for future economic prosperity – no bones about it. Located amidst the Peace River Country of […]

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City of Moncton

City of Moncton

A Hub of Happening Located beside the Petitcodiac River in southeastern New Brunswick, the City of Moncton is host to a population of some 70,000 people, which swells to a number of more than 139,000 when combined with the composite of those in the neighboring communities that include the City of Dieppe and the Town […]

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Athens-Clark County

Athens-Clark County

  Perfectly Planned Progress   Disraeli once referred to Athens, Greece, as “a great city, whose image dwells in the memory of man.” He described it as the embodiment of qualities associated with art. Georgia may seem far removed, geographically and culturally, yet it is home to a Clark County community also named Athens. It […]

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City of Lacombe

City of Lacombe

The Growing of Lacombe Ahhh, youth – thankfully, it’s a time that doesn’t always go wasted by the young. Mary Bethune, the educator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, once said, “We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we […]

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The Town of Rothesay

The Town of Rothesay

  The Remaking of Rothesay   New Brunswick’s Town of Rothesay is picturesquely posed beside the Kennebecasis River whose waters are seeped with a rich history of supporting enterprises in shipbuilding as well as recreational and competitive pursuits in yachting and rowing. Though Rothesay’s history dates back more than a 150 years ago, the town […]

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Chem-Dry

ChemDry

  A Clean, Healthy Business Model The Author and Business Management Expert Gary Hamel once said, “Fact is, inventing an innovative business model is often mostly a matter of serendipity.” While that shouldn’t be construed to suggest that the full development of the business model doesn’t require some effort and determination, the point here is […]

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The Global Aquaculture Alliance

The Global Aquaculture Alliance

An Alliance in Aquaculture Assurance Over the last three decades, aquaculture production has experienced annual compounded growth of almost 9% distinguishing it as the fastest growing of any food production enterprise, exceeding all other forms of food source operations which include conventional agricultural practices as well as the harvesting of wild fish. With data indicating […]

Posted in ASSOCIATIONS,September 2013 | Read More »

British Columbia Salmon Farmers Association

BC Salmon Farmers

  Succeeding in Salmon Farming   Salmon farming has its early roots in hatchery programs established by the Canadian government. As early as the 1850s, the federal government had established aquaculture programs compelling the growth of a number of hatcheries who respectively focused on distinct species which were bred and then released into the ocean. […]

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