Delivered entirely online, Business Abilities (BA) gives those who self-identify as living with a disability the opportunity to explore the world of self-employment from the convenience of home. Apply online to gain access to business planning tools and your own personal business coach.
The Canadian Wood Council CWC is the national association representing Canadian manufacturers of wood products used in construction. The Council ensures market access for wood products by working in codes and standards, producing and communicating technical information, helping to provide education programs for students and construction professionals, and co-ordinating special programs such as Wood is Good and the Wood WORKS! Project. The CWC mission is to ensure market access in order to maintain and expand markets for Canadian wood products in North America.
Established in 1997 to assist the large number of skilled and business professionals wishing to migrate to a new country, but wanting to reduce the time, confusion, and frustration so often associated with the application process, Canam, today is reckoned as one of the front runners in Immigration consulting in the Indian sub continent.
Career Edge Organization provides an opportunity for employers to gain access to skilled talent consisting of graduates (Career Edge), graduates with disabilities (Ability Edge), and internationally qualified professionals (Career Bridge).
Work Futures provides a comprehensive description of close to 200 occupations as they relate directly to the B.C. labour market. It is for learners, individuals interested in changing careers or re-entering the labour market, and for career practitioners.
CARFAC (Canadian Artists' Representation/le Front des artistes canadiens) is incorporated federally as a non-profit corporation that is the national voice of Canada's visual artists. Its objectives are to promote a socio-economic climate that is conducive to the production of visual arts in Canada, to promote the visual arts in Canada, and to conduct research and to engage in public education for these purposes.
Since 1946, CCH Canadian has produced information products that help its customers take command of complex regulatory issues in tax, financial planning, human resources, business and law. CCH is one of Canada's largest and most respected professional information providers.
The Community Economic Development Technical Assistance Program. CEDTAP helps community-based organizations engaged in CED by supporting technical assistance, study tours, target group initiatives and requests for computer hardware and software.
CEDTAP is also committed to strengthening the CED sector as a whole by disseminating innovative models, funding the development of tools and resources, and organizing learning events.
CEED - Centre for Entrepreneurship Education & Development Incorporated is an innovation centre that assists governments, organizations and communities in helping people achieve their potential through entrepreneurship.
Certification Canada promotes the use of internationally recognized sustainable forest management certification standards in Canada in order for Canadian producers to continually move towards sustainable forest management, secure a sustainable supply of raw material, and to ensure marketplace acceptance of Canadian forest products.
Chang & Boos is an internationally recognized law firm practicing exclusively in the field of United States and Canadian immigration. It currently operates offices in Toronto, Canada; Ottawa, Canada; and Bellingham, Washington. U.S. immigration matters are handled by all three offices; Canadian immigration matters are handled only by the Toronto and Ottawa offices.
The Co-operatives Secretariat was created in 1987 from the Co-operatives Section of Agriculture Canada to improve the relationship between Canadian co-operatives and the numerous federal departments and agencies known to have legislation or policies affecting co-operatives.
Columbia Basin Trust is a regional corporation
created in 1995 to work with residents of the
Canadian Columbia Basin to promote social, economic, and environmental well being in the region most affected by dam construction from the Columbia River Treaty.
GS1 Canada is a not-for-profit, industry-led association that develops, promotes and maintains global standards for the identification of goods, services, locations, and related e-commerce communication.
The Competition Bureau is responsible for administration and enforcement of the Competition Act and three Standards-based Acts. Its role is to promote and maintain fair competition so that Canadians can benefit from lower prices, product choice and quality services.
This guide provides an outline to the packaging and labelling requirements for prepackaged, non-food consumer products subject to the federal Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act and the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations.
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