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  • 11 May. 2018

    Gradworks Program - Enhance your Capability by Hiring a Recent Grad

    Capacity building is critical to improving business performance and local economic development. ACOA and NSCC have been working together to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Nova Scotia build organizational capacity by providing a provincial funding incentive to assist you with hiring recent NSCC graduates and provide post-graduation work experience. Read More

  • 02 May. 2018

    Canada's Ocean Supercluster: Atlantic Canada as a world-class centre of ocean enterprise and excellence

    Check out the Chamber of Commerce's latest version of Business Voice Magazine which is featuring the Ocean Economy in Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada. Read More

  • 23 Apr. 2018

    Driving job creation and innovation in Canada through defence spending

    Canada positioned to lead globally in five emerging technology areas while building on its strengths Through Canada’s defence policy, Strong Secure, Engaged, defence purchases are being used to unlock billions of dollars in economic benefits and create middle-class jobs. To maximize these opportunities, the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, today announced that the government will use the ITB Policy to motivate defence contractors to invest in Key Industrial Capabilities (KIC). These are five areas of Canadian industrial strength in emerging technologies, which have the potential to grow quickly, and 11 established industrial capabilities where Canada is globally competitive or where domestic capacity is essential to national security: Read More

  • 17 Apr. 2018

    Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: Atlantic Canada as a world-class centre of ocean enterprise and excellence

    Canada’s ocean economy presents both immense opportunity and considerable challenges. Industry, business, research organizations and governments are dealing with costly and difficult technical and sustainability issues, many of which are being tackled head-on right here in Halifax. Read More

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