Events and Announcements

Published on Mon, 09/09/2013 by Newspapers Canada

INK+BEYOND 2014

INK+BEYOND 2014

Event Information

05/28/2014 @ 9 AM
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Save the date for INK+BEYOND 2014!

Canada’s 95th annual newspaper conference and trade show will take place in Charlottetown, PEI from May 28-30, 2014.

Published on Fri, 09/06/2013 by Univar

Univar Canada celebrates 55 years of agricultural distribution in Canada

Univar Canada celebrates 55 years of agricultural distribution in Canada

Winnipeg, MB - September 5, 2013 - Today, Univar agricultural division staff welcomed close to 170 key customers, industry leaders, and special guests at an open house marking a very special anniversary at their Canadian headquarters.

Fifty-five years after the company first opened its doors to support the agricultural market, the company is still alive and growing stronger than ever.

Published on Wed, 08/14/2013 by The Railway Association Of Canada

Safety remains top priority for Canada's rail sector

Safety remains top priority for Canada's rail sector

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By Michael Bourque

The rail supply chain in Canada is core to our economy and standard of living. Rail service allows small, medium and large businesses to compete globally. Railways in Canada provide incredibly efficient service while operating in a safe, environmentally sustainable manner.

Published on Wed, 08/14/2013 by Robert P. Wells

Self-Published Kingston Author's Book Goes National

Self-Published Kingston Author's Book Goes National

Robert P. Wells, Author
887 Grandour Court
Kingston, Ontario K7M 7X5
613-634-6284, rwells6@bell.net
 

"My dear friend, Moochum Joe, said that I had a spirit that was different from most white kids that he knew, and he asked me to draw the words on paper that told about how bad Indian people were being treated, and to draw them true. Sixty-Five years later, the book 'Wawahte' was completed."
-Robert P. Wells - Author

Published on Thu, 08/01/2013 by Be Car Care Aware

Newspapers Canada partners with Automotive Industries Association to promote regular vehicle maintenance and enhance safety

Newspapers Canada partners with Automotive Industries Association to promote regular vehicle maintenance and enhance safety

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TORONTO, ONTARIO (August 1, 2013) - Newspapers Canada is pleased to announce that it will be entering into a media partnership with the Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada effective August 1, 2013. As the national trade association for Canada's automotive aftermarket industry, AIA represents more than 900 members across the country. Together, AIA and Newspapers Canada aim to educate Canada's driving public about the need for regular vehicle maintenance to improve car safety.

Published on Mon, 07/22/2013 by Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA)

Stay Safe When Working with Huge Bales

Stay Safe When Working with Huge Bales

Who: Editors and Publishers

What: Stay Safe When Working with Huge Bales, the second of two post-Canadian Agricultural Safety Week farm safety feature articles available for publication.

Where: To download and publish Stay Safe When Working with Huge Bales, visit www.agsafetyweek.ca/media-kit or copy and paste the content below.

Published on Thu, 07/11/2013 by Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Kicks Off Pedal for Kids Cycling Tour

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Kicks Off Pedal for Kids Cycling Tour

***MEDIA ADVISORY / PHOTO OPPORTUNITY***

Cyclists Gear-Up to Challenge the Rocky Mountains

July 11, 2013 - The annual Canadian Tire Jumpstart Pedal for Kids Cycling Tour will kick-off in Hinton, Alberta, on Saturday, July 13. Aiming to raise more than $275,000 for Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, 45 riders will complete a 500 km ride in five days through the Rocky Mountains. The tour will travel through Jasper, Lake Louise, Banff, Canmore, Cochrane, and finish in Calgary on July 17, 2013.

Published on Tue, 07/09/2013 by Elanco

Elanco Food Solutions Canada brings innovative food-safety solution to Canadian beef industry

Elanco Food Solutions Canada brings innovative food-safety solution to Canadian beef industry

Finalyse: the first pre-harvest hide wash for cattle now registered in Canada

Guelph (Ontario), July 9, 2013 - Today, Elanco Food Solutions Canada, a world-class leader in food safety, announced Health Canada has registered Finalyse™ for pre-harvest use on Canadian beef.

Currently registered in the U.S., Finalyse is the first pre-harvest hide wash for live animals in Canada. It is a food-safety intervention applied as a solution in the holding area before cattle enter a harvest facility.

Published on Tue, 07/02/2013 by The Monarchist League of Canada

Canadian Royal Baby Shower 2013

Canadian Royal Baby Shower 2013

The Monarchist League of Canada invites every Canadian to hold a simple Royal Baby Shower for neighbours and friends to celebrate the birth of Canada's future monarch.

Rather than encourage gifts of home-knitted items, likely never seen or used, we suggest guests bring a small amount of money which the host will consolidate and forward to an appropriate Canadian charity. All present can sign a card to let William and Catherine know of the gift, which they will undoubtedly appreciate.

Published on Wed, 06/26/2013 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Nature Conservancy of Canada ranked top environmental charity in Canada

Nature Conservancy of Canada ranked top environmental charity in Canada

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Nature Conservancy of Canada ranked top environmental charity in Canada

News Release

24 June 2013 Toronto, ON - The 2013 Charity 100 ranking in the summer issue of MoneySense Magazine once again places the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) as Canada's top environmental charity. For the fourth year in a row, MoneySense recognizes NCC as one of Canada's most responsible and efficient charities, with an overall grade of A.

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