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Moving the dial towards empowering women to trade globally

On the occasion of the recently celebrated International Women’s Day, and its key theme, “Each for Equal. An equal world is an enabled world”, we pause and reflect on what
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Rebranding an environmental NGO in today’s Ontario

The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) was incorporated in early 2002, and was active in supporting sustainable communities that encouraged the Province to pass The Green Energy Act, the Feed
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Buoyant infrastructure sector poses challenges but also great opportunities for innovation

When we build infrastructure, it’s imbued with meaning beyond concrete and steel, fibre optic cable and asphalt. It’s a declaration of our values and our aspirations to improve our quality
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Making insurance simple, accessible, and affordable for Canadians

The Canadian Association of Financial Institutions in Insurance (CAFII) is a not-for-profit industry Association dedicated to the development of an open and flexible insurance marketplace in Canada. CAFII members –
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Paul Norris is the President of the Ontario Waterpower Association

Reducing regulatory burden – an end by all means

Over the past decade, Ontario has experienced an unprecedented shift in its electricity supply mix and an expansion of all forms of renewable energy, including waterpower. But it hasn’t been
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Anthony Ariganello is the CEO of Chartered Professionals in Human Resources

Human capital: The backbone of the economy

You have met Linda or someone like her. Linda has taken up a part-time job at the local retail store to supplement her small pension. She was having second thoughts.
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Challenges to Canadian Societal Paradigms: Transformation and new digital ecosystems

Over the last decade, we have witnessed the remarkable transformation of Canadian society. With these changes comes a landscape of uncertainty unlike anything we have ever seen. Understanding what is
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Framing the future of association leadership

Associations in Canada contribute billions of dollars to the economy each year. From one-staff shops to organizations with tens of thousands of members, from sports organizations with voluntary membership to
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