Celebrating Culture and Tradition at the Montcalm Heritage Festival

By Canadian Heritage Government of Canada announces funding for the St. Joseph Museum …read more

Source:: Government of Canada


UN agency warns Somalia on verge of food crisis, urges uptick in humanitarian funding

Still reeling from a devastating famine which struck the countryside in 2011, Somalia once again sits on the brink of another humanitarian crisis as a poor rainy season followed by severe bouts of floods threaten local harvests, the United Nations agriculture agency warned today. …read more

Source:: United Nations


Preparation continues for potential Ebola cases

The provincial government is contributing to the global fight against Ebola with additional training and equipment for health-care workers here at home and a donation of expertise and surplus medical supplies to the West African region. …read more

Source:: Government of New Brunswick


Royal Canadian Navy Commemorates the Battle of Coronel

By National Defence and the Canadian Forces The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) will mark the Battle of Coronel on November 1st. This battle saw the first Canadian military casualties of the First World War, and the first ever casualties in the history of the RCN. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada


New Accessible Format Library Collection Launches

By Communities, Culture and Heritage Communities, Culture and Heritage — Nova Scotians with print disabilities, who are unable to read print materials, will now have access to a collection of downloadable audiobooks through the public libraries. …read more

Source:: Government of Nova Scotia


New Skilled Trades Centre Opens at Cole Harbour High

By Education and Early Childhood Development Education and Early Childhood Development —
A new skilled trades centre will offer more hands-on learning and academic opportunities for students at Cole Harbour District High School. …read more

Source:: Government of Nova Scotia


Claude Resources Inc. ordered to pay $172,000 for spill of diesel fuel

By Environment Canada Claude Resources Inc. recently pleaded guilty to one charge under the federal Fisheries Act and one charge under Saskatchewan’s Environmental Management and Protection Act in provincial court in La Ronge. The company was ordered to pay a total penalty of $172,000. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada


The TOCICO Announces the Premier CCPM Training Event of the New Year 2015

By TOCICO Managers and executives all over the world that have been implementing Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) are getting good results. However, many are still searching for that breakthrough solution that will enable them to complete projects even faster with significantly lower costs. The TOCICO offers an opportunity to do just that at their TOCICO Intensive How-To Labs Series being held in February 2015. [PR.com] …read more

Source:: Pr.Com – United States