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Supply Chain Study You are invited to review and respond to this request for proposals (RFP) to conduct a supply chain study in the Strait area and Mulgrave. Your proposal must fully comply with the instructions below, as missing or incomplete submissions may disqualify it from consideration.
Strait Forward Conference Feedback (179.42 KB)Strait Forward was a one-day conference to discuss further diversification of the Strait area economy hosted by the Strait Area Chamber of Commerce, Cape Breton Partnership and Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation. As a part of the conference wrap-up, participants were invited to outline three priorities for the Strait Region, as well as identify three challenges to be addressed immediately. What follows is a summary of this feedback.
Prosperity Framework Executive Summary (544.32 KB)Prosperity Framework Executive Summary Revised March 2012
Financial statements of Cape Breton Business Partnership Inc. as at March 31, 2011.
Cape Breton Prosperity Gap Study Update 2011 (1290.28 KB)In 2009, Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation and the Cape Breton Partnership released the Cape Breton Prosperity Study. That study, using a methodology developed by the Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity, calculated the prosperity gap between Cape Breton and a number of comparator regions. The main metric used was the GDP per Capita. That study demonstrated a significant gap between the Cape Breton GDP per capita and all of its comparators. The 2009 study had data current to 2006. This study brings that data up to 2008.
Next Gen - Results from Conference (227.85 KB)
News Release: "Alchimie de Cap-Breton" (209.77 KB)SYDNEY (Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada) – Le 3 septembre 2013 Partenariat Cap-Breton a annoncé aujourd’hui le lancement du film vidéo « Cape Breton Alchemy » (Alchimie Cap-Breton), qui célèbre l’expertise acquise localement lors du remédiement des sites industriels et des houillères de l’Île. Réalisé par la Journeyman Film Company, le film rend compte de la concertation manifeste entre les entreprises en environnement et en génie, les gouvernements, les collectivités, les établissements d’enseignement et les Premières Nations afin d’élaborer des pratiques exemplaires pour des projets d’assainissement à grande échelle.
The Cape Breton Partnership was formed with the idea of uniting businesses and communities across Cape Breton to drive the economy forward. The Partnership is a proud product of the private sector and an agent of positive change in Cape Breton.
Columbia Trade Mission Info 2014 (310.37 KB)The Cape Breton Business Partnership Inc. in co-operation with the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency – Sydney and the Cape Breton Environmental/Engineering Framework Advancement Team, is pleased to offer eligible companies/organizations from Nova Scotia’s Environmental/Engineering and Mining industries sector an opportunity to participate as part of a delegation in site tours and as a delegate at the X Columbia Minera - International Mining Fair 2014 in Medellin, Columbia.
Columbia Trade Mission Application Form 2014 (223.23 KB)Application form for: The Cape Breton Business Partnership Inc. in co-operation with the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency – Sydney and the Cape Breton Environmental/Engineering Framework Advancement Team, is pleased to offer eligible companies/organizations from Nova Scotia’s Environmental/Engineering and Mining industries sector an opportunity to participate as part of a delegation in site tours and as a delegate at the X Columbia Minera - International Mining Fair 2014 in Medellin, Columbia.
Economic Impact Awards 2014 Nomination Form (318.61 KB)The Cape Breton Partnership has added the presentation of the region’s first Economic Impact Awards ceremony to the 2014 Investor Summit agenda. The awards celebrate companies or individuals who have made a significant impact on the economy over the past year through new investment in Cape Breton. Winners of the inaugural Economic Impact Awards will be presented with their awards live during the Investor Summit at the Inverary Inn on October 2, 2014.
The Strait Area/Mulgrave region of Nova Scotia has substantial economic development potential, part of which can be realized by enhancing the inter-industry linkages of existing companies that are based in the region. The development opportunities are in strategic sectors with growth potential including the manufacturing, technology, transportation/distribution, energy and the oceans industries.
New WHMIS (Global Harmonized Systems) - Shelley Gray (3937.63 KB)This is an introduction to the new WHMIS 2015- Global Harmonization System which includes the newly enacted Hazardous Products Act and Regulations, as well as the process for revisions of provincial WHMIS legislation.
Young Workers-Tracey Leary (789.68 KB)For many of us the workplace landscape has radically changed. The need to re-think what we do and how we do it, along with accepting new realities of workforce mobility can leave us feeling overwhelmed with maintaining our commitment to health and safety. Offering both hands-on techniques and time to think about new approaches, this session discussed how we can connect with existing resources – especially young workers here, and those who may now be returning back home to build up successful and positive habits for workplace health and safety.
Safety Culture- Stewart Franck (5669.47 KB)Some workplaces and entire industries are known for a history of tragedy, loss of life, acceptance of risk and staunch tradition. It can be a considerable challenge to even begin to instill a vision of a culture focused on awareness and prevention. This session looked at initiatives and strategies to tackle safety in such environments. The experience will be of interest to anyone who has had to command a slow boat of change against tides of resistance.
Aging Workforce- Kelly Johnston (769.63 KB)This session will discuss the challenges and benefits of having an aging workforce, the impacts of aging workforce in Nova Scotia and strategies related to injury prevention and creating return-to-work opportunities.
Respect in the Workplace - Paul Kells (1120.55 KB)Respect is the antidote for workplaces where inappropriate behaviour undermines morale, productivity and the health and safety of people who work there. One person may think teasing at the water cooler is all in fun, while another might find it extremely painful. How do we understand the difference? What can anyone do about it? We also will work on understanding power imbalances and how they affect communication not only between co-workers, supervisors and others, but also in our personal and family lives. Respect in the workplace or any other environment requires effective two-way communication and a willingness to put ourselves in other people's shoes. Identifying power imbalances makes this a much easier thing to do. This session answered these questions and provided the practical base of common knowledge that is required for fostering and improving respect in the workplace.
Paul Kells' keynote address from this year's Safety First Conference.