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Ministry of Economic Development and Growth - April 6, 2018 Ontario Partners with Steam Whistle to Support Over 240 Jobs in Toronto. Partnership will Support Expansion and the Launch of a New Ale. Ontario is partnering with Steam Whistle Brewery to invest in new equipment to expand its product line, creating 100 new jobs and retaining 143 positions in Toronto. Steven Del Duca, Minister of Economic Development and Growth, made the announcement today at the company's facility in Toronto.
In honor of Canada's 150th anniversary this past week, I decided to make a video on the Raptor's alliance with hip hop artist Drake and how they were able to elevate the notoriety of the franchise. Along with developing the trademark #WeTheNorth during the 2014 playoffs, the rebrand focused heavily on connecting their fanbase to the national pride aspect of being Canada's only NBA team - similar to how it looked in the early 2000s. Although Drake did not have a truly defined role, there are several purposes he served to the rebuild. Thanks for watching! Subscribe Here! https://goo.gl/MpZpDd TPK Daily: https://goo.gl/t1SLLs Twitter: https://twitter.com/TPKsports New videos every week! 'Drake, Raptors, and Value of Global Ambassador' " “I’m a Raptors fan to the death.” Drake is in Ind...
Anton walks us through the formation of Spin Master Ltd., from its humble beginnings in a friend's living room to its current form as a corporate global leader. Anton Rabie serves as Chairman and Co-CEO of Spin Master Ltd. His inspirational leadership, insight and strategic vision have been essential in taking Spin Master from a small start up and transforming it into the success it is today. Anton has been instrumental in nurturing and developing Spin Master’s European presence and as a past member of the Supplier Council of the world’s top retailers, he has worked directly with over 10,000 retailers to build Spin Master’s North American and International sales network as it exists today. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by ...
Ezra Levant of TheRebel.media reports: The Toronto Star has sold — for a secret amount of money — editorial access to their pages to the Tides Canada Foundation, the Canadian branch plant of the San Francisco-based, $150 million a year lobby firm that sponsors anti-oilsands, anti-pipelines and anti-tanker activists in Canada. In yesterday’s newspaper, on page A4, the Star ran a glowing, slobbering interview with a global warming extremist, promoting his propaganda against oil and gas and industry and Stephen Harper. It’s the kind of thing that, say, if the National Post did, selling to an oil company, would be scandalous news, covered by every other reporter in the country as a crisis of media ethics. READ Brian Lilley's book CBC Exposed -- it's been called "the political book of the...
An e-health solution that will provide the necessary health information and support for at-risk Canadians to take control of their health and reduce their risk of developing chronic disease, ACCELERATION 2.0 will include online coaching and tailored exercise plans.
This presentation was recorded at the 11th annual DSTO Information Fair (2016). For more presentations from the 11th annual DSTO Information Fair http://connectability.ca/2016/06/01/dsto-information-fair-2016/
For parents like Ottawa’s Stephanie Paravan, whose 10-year-old son, Matthew, suffers from a debilitating neurological condition, managing the health care needs of a child is a full-time job. Paravan has spent time at all three hospitals involved in the Kids Health Alliance during her son's difficult, five-year medical journey and hopes the alliance alleviates some of the burden on parents in making sure that correct information is exchanged between centres, and between doctors. Video by Tony Caldwell/Postmedia
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Drake and the Toronto Raptors say they are donating $2 million to Canada Basketball and $1 million to refurbish local basketball courts. Team president Masai Ujiri says he gets some amusing texts from the hip-hop star. (Jan. 17) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
On March 22, 2013, the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) in partnership with the University of Toronto hosted it Quality Improvement in Primary Care forum. This one-day program was a learning day developed for community-based health care practices and practitioners focused on quality improvement in Central LHIN and the broader Ontario healthcare system. This video captures some of the key take-aways of the day.
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Toronto Emergency Medical Services encourages residents and visitors to the City of Toronto to become familiar with Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) -- anyone can help to save by calling 9-1-1 and performing CPR until the Paramedics arrive. Recently Toronto Raptor's players, #10 Demar DeRozan, #3 Kyle Lowry and #31 Terrence Ross helped Toronto EMS Paramedics promote the importance of Hands-only CPR. It's easier than you think to help to save a life. Many thanks to the Toronto Raptors for their support. If you see someone in distress and not breathing, call 9-1-1, push hard and fast on the person's chest doing CPR until the Paramedics arrive to help you. Want some training? Call Toronto Emergency Medical Services to enrol in a First-aid/CPR class: 416-392-9833, or visit our website: ...
The City of Toronto used the Toronto Green Standard (TGS) and the Better Buildings Partnership - New Construction program (BBP-NC) as a two-pronged approach to encourage sustainable building design and address several of the city's environmental challenges.
Business and community leaders came together for a great day of golf at Angus Glen Golf Club on September 10, 2013, and helped raise much-needed funds to help poor and vulnerable communities in Africa and Asia. Through your support, we are proving that change is possible. Learn more about the cause by visiting the World Partnership Golf website (www.worldpartnershipgolf.com) or by visiting the Aga Khan Foundation Canada website (www.akfc.ca).