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UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT 2015
September 26th, 2015, New York
Speaking Notes for the Interactive Dialogue “Fostering sustainable economic growth, transformation and promoting sustainable consumption and production”
New Brunswick posted draft regulations for the creation of a Community Economic Development Investment Fund tax credit program today for public consultation.
The new initiative was published originally announced in the 2014 budget.
British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Yukon and Canada are jointly engaged in the implementation of the Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System (Cooperative System).
Sean Markey doesn’t mince words. “We have been neglecting rural Canada,” he said. “There is no question about it.
The Village of Cumberland has passed a motion to implement social impact purchasing, making the Village the first municipality in British Columbia to proactively leverage existing spending to improve social outcomes in the community.