Finance and Business

Published on Thu, 06/21/2018 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Empowering Indigenous Peoples through Money Matters financial literacy program

Empowering Indigenous Peoples through Money Matters financial literacy program

On Thursday June 21st the summer solstice sun will rise on National Indigenous Peoples Day. A day for all Canadians to celebrate the culture and ongoing contributions of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit to the intricate fabric of our country.

Published on Wed, 03/07/2018 by Advancing Women in Agriculture

AWC Welcomes Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, and wife Frances MacAulay to speak at Calgary Conference

AWC Welcomes Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, and wife Frances MacAulay to speak at Calgary Conference

CALGARY--(CommunityWire, March 7, 2018)-- With the Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference (AWC) celebrating its 5th anniversary in Calgary this month, the invitation list just added two important guests.

Published on Tue, 01/09/2018 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Ring in the New Year by improving your financial literacy

Ring in the New Year by improving your financial literacy

The New Year is a time for new beginnings and resolutions, and one of the best resolutions you can make for yourself and your family is to become more financially literate. Financial literacy is having the skills and confidence to set financial goals and achieve them using the tools and resources that are available to you. ABC Life Literacy Canada has created a variety of free resources for all Canadians as well as those new to Canada, such as Money Matters for Newcomers and New Canadians. ABC recommends the following financial literacy tips to start the New Year:

Published on Tue, 01/09/2018 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Money Matters empowers newcomers and new Canadians to start the New Year in control of their finances

Money Matters empowers newcomers and new Canadians to start the New Year in control of their finances

(Toronto, ON – January 9, 2018) ABC Life Literacy Canada (ABC) is ringing in the New Year with Money Matters for Newcomers and New Canadians, a financial literacy program for Canada’s newcomer community. The program, which is taught at community learning centres across the country, helps learners to navigate the Canadian banking system, learn how to save and build credit. The program also enables learners to set financial goals and develop the skills and confidence to reach them.

Published on Thu, 11/30/2017 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Celebrating a successful first national year of Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples and the close of Financial Literacy Month

Celebrating a successful first national year of Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples and the close of Financial Literacy Month

(Toronto, ON – November 30, 2017) ABC Life Literacy Canada (ABC) is celebrating the end of a successful first year of its national program Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples and the close of Financial Literacy Month. Indigenous organizations across Canada ran Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples workshops throughout the month, helping their learners build confidence in their ability to manage their finances and work to achieve their financial goals with the right tools.

Published on Wed, 10/25/2017 by Advancing Women in Agriculture

Over 430 women in agriculture gather for Advancing Women Conference

Over 430 women in agriculture gather for Advancing Women Conference

Calgary, October 25, 2017 – More than 430 women in the Canadian agriculture industry are gathering in Niagara Falls for a one-of-a-kind experience of professional networking and personal inspiration.

The two-day Advancing Women in Agriculture: Life Skills for Leadership Conference takes place on October 30 & 31, 2017 and is the 7th conference in the series in Canada. This year organizers added a one-day tour of the wine country and 75 women from across Canada will be experiencing the area and industry. 

Published on Fri, 09/22/2017 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

ABC Life Literacy Canada celebrates Essential Skills Day with launch of UP Skills for Work program

ABC Life Literacy Canada celebrates Essential Skills Day with launch of UP Skills for Work program

ABC Life Literacy Canada celebrates Essential Skills Day with launch of UP Skills for Work program to teach key employability skills

“Soft skills are foundational for a healthy work-life balance and for resilient, effective workers”
- Mack Rogers, Executive Director, ABC Life Literacy Canada

(Toronto, ON – September 22, 2017) Today is Essential Skills Day in Canada, which raises awareness about the importance of workplace training and the essential skills that lay the foundation for learning all other skills.

Published on Thu, 09/07/2017 by Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA)

Farm Safety Conference to Focus on New and Emerging Agricultural Trends

Farm Safety Conference to Focus on New and Emerging Agricultural Trends

CASA’s Annual Conference to be Held October 3-5 in Edmonton, AB

If you work with farmers, are employed in safety services or just want the inside track on farm health and safety trends, this conference is for you.

Winnipeg, MB — The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) will hold its 23rd annual conference “Agsafety— Make it a Record Year!” and annual general meeting in Edmonton, Alberta, from October 3 – 5, 2017.

Published on Wed, 07/12/2017 by Advancing Women in Agriculture

Advancing Women Conference provides powerful connections and learning opportunities

Advancing Women Conference provides powerful connections and learning opportunities

Over 3000 women in agriculture have gathered at the six Advancing Women Conferences held since 2014! Advancing Women is now recognised as the largest agricultural leadership conference for women and place to be for women in ag.

Published on Fri, 06/16/2017 by News Media Canada | Médias d'Info Canada

Canada’s newspaper industry unites to advocate for Canadian Journalism Fund

Canada’s newspaper industry unites to advocate for Canadian Journalism Fund

The proposal will help allay the costs of always-on journalism and coverage of local issues, giving the industry more time to innovate and navigate through the challenge of preserving our distinctly Canadian voices.

News Media Canada today announced the presentation of a proposal, in support of Canadian journalism, to Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly. The proposal has the support of News Media Canada membership—representing news media organizations serving big cities and small communities from coast to coast—along with staff and unions representing Canada’s newsrooms.

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