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Call for Nominations: 2018 Turning The Tide Marine Industry Awards Gala

by Admin on January 5, 2018

BACKGROUND 
As a province with over 17,000 km of coastline, our marine environment and marine industries have sustained us for hundreds of years.  The Turning the Tide Marine Industry Awards were established to celebrate this important connection and recognize individuals and organizations that have and are continuing to make exemplary contributions past and present.  Now in our second year we are calling for nominations for the following Awards.
 
Industry Leadership and Excellence Award  Read more.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program: An Exciting New Way to Recruit Immigrants to Newfoundland and Labrador

by Admin on December 7, 2017

Labour has been actively promoting and implementing a new, fast-track immigration program available to Newfoundland and Labrador employers: the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program.
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Fraser Institute Global Petroleum Survey 2017

by Admin on December 7, 2017

NEWS RELEASE
B.C. and Alberta least-attractive Canadian provinces for oil and gas investment, according to annual global survey.  
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Sustainable Ocean Summit 2017 - Shaping the Future of Ocean Industry Leadership

by Admin on December 7, 2017

World Ocean Council Opens Annual Global Gathering of Ocean Industry Leaders
The World Ocean Council kicked off its 5th Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) - the unique global ocean business community gathering - in Halifax on 29 November.
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Opportunity for Interprovincial Regulatory Reform Input - One on One Meetings available for interested stakeholders

by Admin on December 7, 2017

As may know the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) came into force on July 1, 2017.  This agreement covers trade, investment and labour mobility across Canada.  The CFTA contains a chapter which covers Regulatory Notification, Reconciliation and Cooperation and it establishes a Federal/Provincial/Territorial Regulatory Reconciliation and Cooperation Table (RCT).  As part of the RCT process, parties will enter into negotiations to reconcile regulatory measures, identified by a party, that act as a barrier to trade, investment or labour mobility in Canada. Read more.