On May 28th the Digby Area Board of Trade hosted their annual business excellence awards dinner at The Digby Pines. Over 120 guests attended to celebrate the hard work, and dedication of many Digby area business and individuals.
We would like to announce and congratulate this years award recipients/winners:
2019 Hospitality & Tourism Excellence Award
The Fundy Complex
2019 Community Contribution Award
Jordantown Acatiaville Conway Betterment Association
2019 Ian Russell Entrepreneur Award
Soma Organic Skincare
2019 Customer Service Award
Casa Nova Fine Beverages
2019 Environmental Service Award
SOAR (Sustainable Ocean Applied Research)
2019 Trophy For Business Excellence
Sanford & Associates Chartered Professional Accountants
2019 Export Achievement Award
2019 Rising Star Business Award
2019 Area Ambassador Award
2019 Life Achievement Award
As an organization with a mandate to support and grow businesses in Western Nova Scotia, it is crucial for WREN to know whether regional businesses have heard of them.
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Western Regional Enterprise Network
Please note, the AGM previously scheduled for this Wednesday November 7th has been postponed.
The meeting will now be held on Thursday November 29th. The location is the same - the Carl Thomas Room of the Fundy Complex. Dinner at 5:30 with meeting starting at 6:00pm. Guest speaker is Joel Fitzharris of SOAR.
Hope you can join us!
The AGM is set for November 7th, 2018 at The Fundy Complex. Meal at 5:30pm with meeting to start at 6:00pm. Hope to see everyone there!
AVCC is presenting a Succession Planning session on November 22, 2018 with Elaine Froese from Winnipeg as facilitator. The day time session will be a “Train the trainer” type of day and the evening is open to everyone. More info is available on the website.
A webinar to Prepare Employers for Legalized Marijuana in the Workplace
Perceptions of marijuana have changed dramatically. What was once an illegal drug is now a recognized medical treatment and as of today it is also a legal recreational activity in Canada. Employers are struggling to adapt to the impact of these changes on the workplace, particularly since technology to measure impairment has not kept pace with changing perceptions.
This webinar will address the legal issues and relevant case law, specific to drugs in the workplace, including occupational health and safety and human rights considerations. We will also highlight how employers can practically manage marijuana-related issues in this changing legal landscape.
Specific topics include:
Watch the recorded webinar, which has been the most in demand webinar that the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has put on.
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