Representatives of Employment and Social Development Minister Jason Kenney are meeting provincial officials to discuss the future of funding for job-training programs, reports Postmedia News. Speaking in support of the federal government’s plan for a national jobs grant in the Vancouver Sun article, Al Hildebrandt, president of ITAC member QHR Technologies, said the jobs grant would be an ideal way to work with a local college to help upgrade the skills of new company recruits.
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The Consulate General of Canada in Chicago successfully partnered in 2016 with the Chicago Innovation Mentors (CIM) to provide a comprehensive mentoring program for three Canadian life science and healthcare entrepreneurs. It is our pleasure to announce that the program …
November 10, 2016 (Toronto) – During Digital Health Week (November 14 to 20, 2016), dozens of health care organizations from across Canada want Canadians to join the conversation about how digital health use is improving the patient …