Town of Caledon

Big Business With a Small Town Feel By Anna Guy It’s the largest municipality by area in the GTA and — according to its Mayor—the Town of Caledon has worked hard to balance its exceptional natural beauty even as it celebrates a recent boost in commercial and industrial activity. As part of Peel Region, [...]


Capital Region Southwest Water Services Commission

Providing Safe and Clean Drinking Water By Anna Guy Established in 1984, the Capital Region Southwest Water Services Commission (CRSWSC) has grown as a regional co-operation to provide clean, safe drinking water to approximately 65,000 residents of seven member municipalities south of Edmonton, AB, including the City of Leduc, Leduc County, Town of Beaumont, [...]


Sturgeon County (100th Anniversary)

  100 Years of Strength   These days, the only thing temperate in Sturgeon County, Alberta, are the grasslands. The county, located north of the City of St. Albert and home to 20,000+ residents, is celebrating a milestone year in 2018—it’s centennial anniversary. Named for the Sturgeon River, First Nation members of the Michel [...]


The Town of Atikokan

Open for Business By Rajitha Sivakumaran The town of Atikokan, now 117 years old, was founded as a stop for the Canadian Northern Railway, but few know that this small mining town in Northwestern Ontario played a pivotal role during the Second World War. From 1940 to 1978, there was a significant amount of [...]


Leamington, Ontario Canada

Home to sunshine, industry and growth By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure No municipality demonstrates the importance of location better than Leamington, an urban centre that sits along the most southern edge of Ontario, overlooking Lake Erie. Being located in the vicinity of Point Pelee National Park doesn’t just bring in [...]


Centre local de développement économique des Moulins (CLDEM)

Providers of expert solutions for economic development By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure With an unemployment rate that is higher than the national average, Quebec presently has 362,400 individuals in need of a job. However, in the municipalities of Terrebonne and Mascouche of Greater Montreal, one collective force is committed to [...]


Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

Looking beyond the oil sands By Cheryl Long Click to view Brochure The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo has its sights set firmly on the future. Located on the Athabasca Oil Sands — the world’s largest single known oil deposit — the natural resource has been a source of prosperity for the [...]


CLD Vaudreuil-Soulanges

Tranquil retreat and logistical hub  By Kate Lysakowski Click to view Brochure The region of Vaudreuil-Soulanges, located just 30 minutes from the downtown core of Montreal, offers a tranquil retreat for those looking to escape the hectic bustle of city life. Boasting a landmass of 855 square kilometres and representing 23 different [...]


The City of Saskatoon

Harnessing Power for the People By Dillon Meilleur Saskatoon Light & Power, a division of the City of Saskatoon, has been busy looking for alternative energy resources. The City of Saskatoon is committed to providing the citizens of Saskatoon with sustainable, emission-free energy. Over the last few years, the City of Saskatoon has developed [...]


The City of Dawson Creek

An abundance of energy resources By: Mudeeha Yousaf Click to view Brochure The province of British Columbia has long been advocating more liquefied natural gas (LNG) activity on Canadian soil, and wishes to attract more awareness about the future of LNG demand in North America. To accommodate the investment boom, the municipality [...]

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