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Winning in Small Claims Court: Changes in Ontario

Winning in Small Claims Court: Changes in Ontario

Join us for a Webinar on January 27

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Small Claims Court Strategies in Ontario

Learn about the changes that have been made (in effect this month) to the Small Claims process in Ontario, and hear about strategies to get a settlement rather than going through a collection agency.

Speaker: Ross Edmunds is an author and analyst for the CNA's agency accreditation program. He has 35 years experience in credit education.

Published on Tue, 01/05/2010 by Cochrane High Schools Homecoming 2010

COCHRANE HIGH SCHOOLS HOMECOMING 2010

COCHRANE HIGH SCHOOLS HOMECOMING 2010

COCHRANE HIGH SCHOOLS HOMECOMING 2010
P.O. Box 2293
Cochrane, ON P0L 1C0
Ph 705 272-4164 Fax 705 272-2866
cochrane_homecoming2010@hotmail.com

A High school homecoming is planned as part of Cochrane’s Centennial celebrations. It will be held on May 21st until May 24th, 2010, and involving all High Schools past and present. The reunion of former students and/or former Cochrane residents is vital in maintaining our Cochrane heritage.

Newspapers laud rulings in landmark libel cases

Newspapers laud rulings in landmark libel cases

 

December 22, 2009 - The Supreme Court of Canada has issued two related rulings that will help protect journalists and non-journalists alike from libel actions when writing on matters of public interest.

Media all-star to be keynote speaker at Ink & Beyond conference

Media all-star to be keynote speaker at Ink & Beyond conference

 

December 21, 2010 - A media all-star with journalism roots in Ontario will be the keynote speaker at the 2010 Ink and Beyond conference, to be held May 13-14 in Toronto.

An Invitation to Join The Canadian Newspaper Association's Annual Credit Conference May 19-20 In Toronto

An Invitation to Join The Canadian Newspaper Association's Annual Credit Conference May 19-20 In Toronto

The Credit Committee of the CNA has been organizing an annual credit conference for daily newspapers for over three decades. This year, the Conference is open to credit and financial personnel from all media. Amongst the important topics this year:

Published on Mon, 12/14/2009 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Original stories written by Canadian families announced as ‘Munsch at Home Contest’ finalists

Original stories written by Canadian families announced as ‘Munsch at Home Contest’ finalists

Ten Canadian families from British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec selected as finalists; winner to be selected by Robert Munsch on national teleconference December 16, 2009.

Published on Tue, 05/19/2009 by Canada Post

The 2009 Canada Post Community Literacy Awards close soon!

The 2009 Canada Post Community Literacy Awards close soon!

Ottawa, May 11, 2009 - There are less than three weeks left to nominate deserving individuals and educators for a Canada Post Community Literacy Award. These Awards honour the front-line heroes—students and mentors—of Canada's literacy community in either Individual Achievement or Educator categories.

Submissions must be received in Ottawa by midnight on May 31. Winners will be recognized at ceremonies in their communities and awarded a prize of $300 (Individual) or $500 (Educator).

Published on Tue, 05/12/2009 by Kraft Hunger Challenge

Make National Hunger Awareness Day (June 2): National Hunger Action Day

Make National Hunger Awareness Day (June 2): National Hunger Action Day

In a country as wealthy and as advanced as Canada it is hard to imagine there are people who do not have enough to eat. But hunger is a serious issue in Canada. In fact, individuals and families in almost every community across Canada are living with hunger.

Published on Mon, 04/27/2009 by David Suzuki Foundation

April showers bring...the David Suzuki Digs My Garden Contest!

April showers bring...the David Suzuki Digs My Garden Contest!

Three Canadian growers sought for pesticide-free gardening stories

April 27, 2009

As Canadians get ready to say hello to May flowers, gardeners from coast to coast are invited to show the rest of the country how growing without pesticides can create both a safe and stunning summer sanctuary.

Published on Tue, 04/21/2009 by Canadian Gas Association

ATCO Gas Employee Recognized as Leader in Industry Safety

ATCO Gas Employee Recognized as Leader in Industry Safety

Edmonton (April 21, 2009) – The Canadian Gas Association recognized Terry Emslie, one of the Damage Prevention Coordinators at ATCO Gas, for his important contributions to improving employee and public safety.

The annual Safety Leadership Award recognizes individuals who make significant contributions to employee or public safety relating to the natural gas distribution industry in Canada. The award was presented at the annual Canadian Gas Association Operations Conference.

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