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Your Feedback Needed on Hiring Newcomers

January 21, 2019

The Rural Development Institute and Brandon University are looking for feedback on the motivation of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in hiring newcomers. The project aims to understand employer perspectives and motivations in the practice of hiring newcomers (landed immigrants who came to Canada within the last five years) and seeks to inform public…

Results From City’s Road Safety Survey Revealed

January 21, 2019

Almost 300 residents completed the City’s Road Safety Survey over the past month, providing close to 1,000 individual comments and suggestions focusing on various road safety issues. Watch for future road safety messages and contests to begin this week on the City’s social media channels as the 2019 Road Safety Campaign begins. 200 comments were…

New Member: DB Technology Group

January 21, 2019

DB Technology Group is a Xerox Authorized Agency, as such we are a full service provider of Office & Production Equipment, Supplies and Managed Print Services.

Apply for Summer Student Funding Now

January 21, 2019

Deadlines are approaching for employers to get in their funding requests for summer hiring. The STEP program and the Canada Summer Jobs program both supply assistance to employers who are looking to hire youth during the summer. Apply for the Canada Summer Jobs program by January 25, 2019. STEP applications will be accepted until February 8, 2019.

New Member: RBC Crestwood

January 18, 2019

RBC Crestwood has proudly been serving the community for more than 40 years. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff happily provide advice in all areas of personal and business finances. With experts in banking, financing, investing, financial planning, mortgages, business banking and business financing we are able to work as 1 RBC to help you meet all…

Business Beat: Craft Malt and Hops Opportunities Ready for the Taking in Medicine Hat

January 16, 2019

At last count, Alberta was home to 80 breweries and 24 distilleries, with many more in various stages of planning and commissioning. As the province’s brewers and distillers look to differentiate their offering, they are turning to local ingredient suppliers to help their product stand out on crowded store shelves. “We try to get as…

New Member: Lucky’s Speed Sauce Inc.

January 16, 2019

Small craft batches of caesar sauce made in Medicine Hat. Simply add 1/2 an ounce of sauce, 1 oz of alcohol (vodka, gin, etc) etc. and clam makes the PERFECT Caesar. Rev up your caesar with Lucky’s Speed Sauce!

Farm Debt Mediation Service

January 14, 2019

The Farm Debt Mediation Service offers financial counselling and mediation services to farmers who are having difficulties meeting their financial obligations. It is a free and voluntary service for both producers and for creditor(s). The service helps bring producers and their creditor(s) together with a mediator in a neutral forum to reach a mutually acceptable…

Canada Summer Jobs Program Deadline January 25

January 14, 2019

It’s that time of year for employers to turn their minds to summer student hiring. The Canada Summer Jobs is a federal program that provides wage subsidies to employers from not-for-profit organizations, the public-sector, and private sector organization with 50 or fewer full-time employees, to create quality summer work experiences for young people aged 15…

New Member: Paradise Hill Farm

January 14, 2019

Paradise Hill Farm tomatoes are an exceptional example of how a tomato is supposed to look and taste. They really do taste just like the ones from Grandma’s garden or your local farmers market. That’s because we put a lot of care into growing and picking our tomatoes, with an emphasis on taste, freshness, and quality. Our…


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