News Article | May 23, 2017
"As part of our continued corporate evolution, we are excited to nominate Peter and Mary as directors," said Mr. Gadhia, Amaya's Chairman. "Peter and Mary have impressive track records and a combined 50 plus years of relevant experience. If elected, we expect them to immediately contribute to the success of our company." Mr. Murphy, 54, is the Founder and Chairman of Wentworth Capital Management, LLC, a private investment and venture capital firm focused on media, technology, and branded consumer businesses. Wentworth advises and invests in early and later stage growth businesses in digital media, television, and entertainment. Mr. Murphy currently serves on the boards of directors of various public media and consumer-facing companies including Tribune Media Company (NYSE: TRCO), where he is Chairman of the Audit Committee and serves on the Transaction and Nominating & Governance Committees, and Malibu Boats, Inc. (Nasdaq: MBUU), where he is Chairman of the Compensation Committee and serves on the Nominating & Governance Committee. Mr. Murphy's extensive board experience includes previously serving as the Chairman of the Board of Revel Entertainment Group, LLC and board member of Fisher Communications, Inc. and Dial Global, Inc. (now Westwood One, Inc.), where he served as the Chairman of a Special Committee for restructuring and on the Audit Committee. Mr. Murphy previously served as President, Strategy & Development of Caesars Entertainment Corporation, one of the world's largest gaming companies. During his time at Caesars Entertainment he was responsible for corporate strategy and growth, mergers and acquisitions, corporate development and real estate development around the world. Prior to joining Caesars Entertainment, Mr. Murphy was an operating partner at Apollo Global Management, LLC, focused on media and entertainment. Mr. Murphy spent over 18 years at The Walt Disney Company in senior executive roles, serving as Disney's Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Strategic Officer, Senior Advisor to the CEO, a member of Disney's executive management committee and the Chief Financial Officer of ABC, Inc. He was responsible for strategy, new business development, mergers and acquisitions, technology, brand management, research and development and long term planning for the growth of Disney's global businesses. During his tenure, Disney grew from approximately $5 billion in revenue to over $35 billion. Mr. Murphy holds a bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude, and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. Ms. Turner, 64, served as President and Chief Executive Officer and board member of Canadian Tire Bank, a subsidiary of Canadian Tire Corporation (TSX: CTC), from 2012 until her retirement in 2016. She has over 25 years of experience in financial services, payments, customer service, credit risk management, enterprise risk management, operations, finance and information technology at Canadian Tire. Prior to joining Canadian Tire, Ms. Turner was a partner at Deloitte & Touche (now Deloitte LLP) in Toronto from 1985 to 1992. Throughout her career, Ms. Turner has been a member of several boards of directors, including Mackenzie Financial Corporation, a subsidiary of IGM Financial Inc. (TSX: IGM), where she chairs the Fund Oversight Committee. She also currently serves on the boards of directors of YMCA Canada, where she is a member of the Audit Committee, as well as Niagara College and Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, where she chairs their Audit Committees. Ms. Turner has an honours B.Sc and is a graduate of the Chartered Director Program at McMaster University. She is a Chartered Accountant and received the FCA designation from the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants in 2003. In addition, General Wesley Clark, a director since May 2010, and Dr. Aubrey Zidenberg, a director since July 2014, have informed the Board of their intention to retire from the Board and to not stand for re-election at the upcoming meeting. Dr. Zidenberg will, however, remain as a member of Amaya's Compliance Committee. "On behalf of the company and the Board, I'd like to thank General Clark and Aubrey for their service, dedication and contributions to the Board and company over the years. We are very grateful for their leadership and wish them the best," said Mr. Gadhia. Additional information regarding the business of the meeting and the matters to be considered and voted on by the shareholders at the meeting will be provided in the management information circular. Amaya is a leading provider of technology-based products and services in the global gaming and interactive entertainment industries. Amaya ultimately owns gaming and related consumer businesses and brands including PokerStars, PokerStars Casino, BetStars, Full Tilt, StarsDraft, and the PokerStars Championship and PokerStars Festival live poker tour brands (incorporating aspects of the European Poker Tour, PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Latin American Poker Tour and the Asia Pacific Poker Tour). These brands have more than 111 million cumulative registered customers globally and collectively form the largest poker business in the world, comprising online poker games and tournaments, sponsored live poker competitions, marketing arrangements for branded poker rooms in popular casinos in major cities around the world, and poker programming and content created for television and online audiences. Amaya, through certain of these brands, also offers non-poker gaming products, including casino, sportsbook and daily fantasy sports. Amaya, through certain of its subsidiaries, is licensed or approved to offer, or offers under third party licenses or approvals, its products and services in various jurisdictions throughout the world, including in Europe, both within and outside of the European Union, the Americas and elsewhere. In particular, PokerStars is the world's most licensed online gaming brand, holding licenses or related operating approvals in 17 jurisdictions. Cautionary Note Regarding Forward Looking Statements and Other Information This news release contains forward-looking statements and information within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and applicable securities laws, including, without limitation, certain expectations related to the upcoming annual and general meeting of shareholders and the nomination and potential election of the two new directors. Forward-looking statements can, but may not always, be identified by the use of words such as "anticipate", "plan", "continue", "estimate", "expect", "may", "will", "intend", "could", "might", "would", "should", "believe", and similar references to future periods or the negatives of these words and expressions. These statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties, and assumptions, including market and economic conditions, business prospects or opportunities, future plans and strategies, projections, technological developments, anticipated events and trends and regulatory changes that affect Amaya, its customers and its industries. Although Amaya and management believe the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable and are based on reasonable assumptions and estimates, there can be no assurance that these assumptions or estimates are accurate or that actual results will not differ materially from those expressed or implied in forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are inherently subject to significant business, regulatory, economic and competitive risks, uncertainties and contingencies that could cause actual events to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such statements. Specific risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, certain expectations related to the upcoming annual and general meeting of shareholders and the nomination and potential election of the two new directors, and those identified under the heading "Risk Factors and Uncertainties" in Amaya's Annual Information Form for the year ended December 31, 2016 and "Risk Factors and Uncertainties", "Limitations of Key Metrics and Other Data" and "Key Metrics" in its Management's Discussion & Analysis for the three months ended March 31, 2017, each available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com, EDGAR at www.sec.gov and Amaya's website at www.amaya.com, and in other filings that Amaya has made and may make with applicable securities authorities in the future. Investors are cautioned not to put undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Each forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date hereof, and Amaya undertakes no obligation to correct or update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by applicable law. Service as a director on the Board of Directors of Amaya may be subject to gaming or other legal and regulatory approval.
News Article | September 19, 2017
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Sept. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Responding to a need for skilled graduates who are knowledgeable in the complex regulations and requirements of an emerging industry, Niagara College will launch a Graduate Certificate program in Commercial Cannabis Production in 2018 – Canada’s first postsecondary credential in the production of commercial cannabis. The program, which was approved by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development over the summer, would prepare graduates to work in the licensed production of Cannabis, which is used as a therapeutic drug (Marijuana); fiber (Hemp) and as a source for seed oil (Hempseed). “We’re a pre-emptive college, and one of our key strengths is our ability to anticipate and respond to emerging industries, trends and labour-market needs,” said Niagara College president Dan Patterson. “The Commercial Cannabis Production program reflects the College’s mandate to develop responsive applied learning programs that address industry needs – much like our Commercial Beekeeping, Culinary Innovation, Renewable Energy Technician and other programs.” “Driven by legislative changes in Canada and abroad, there is a growing labour market need, and education will be a key component of the success of this emerging industry,” said Al Unwin, associate dean of Niagara College’s School of Environmental and Horticultural Studies. “This program will produce graduates who are skilled and knowledgeable Greenhouse and Controlled Environment Technicians who are also trained in all of the procedures, requirements, regulations and standards for this industry.” “There is a tremendous demand for knowledgeable, skilled workers in this highly technical industry,” said Roger Ferrreira, CEO of Beleave, Inc., in Hamilton, ON. “Niagara College having the vision to fill this knowledge gap is commendable.” The production of cannabis is a very highly regulated process, with very strict government regulations. Niagara College’s program will conform to all regulations and requirements, including providing a separate and highly secure learning environment/growing facility. The Commercial Cannabis Production program is a one-year post-grad program open to students with a diploma or degree from an accredited college or university in agribusiness, agricultural sciences, environmental science/resource studies, horticulture or natural sciences, or an acceptable combination of education and experience. The program will be located at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, which is home to the College’s other agri-business programs, facilities and research projects. The initial intake for the program is scheduled for Fall, 2018. For further program and application information visit http://www.niagaracollege.ca/ccp. Currently celebrating its 50th year as a College of Applied Arts and Technology, NC is a leader in applied education and a key contributor to the economies of Niagara and Ontario. A regional college with global reach, NC offers more than 100 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs. Visit niagaracollege.ca. TV-ready video files available for download here. Photo attached: Caption – Niagara College’s Commercial Cannabis Production Graduate Certificate program will produce graduates who are skilled and knowledgeable Greenhouse and Controlled Environment Technicians who are also trained in all of the procedures, requirements, regulations and standards of the commercial cannabis industry. Shown in the Niagara College Greenhouse are Al Unwin, associate dean of Niagara College’s School of Environmental and Horticultural Studies, and Denzil Rose, a student in Niagara College’s Greenhouse Technician program. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/bf945772-bd77-4301-a719-89d73cce2ada A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/727f99d7-b91d-45c7-be22-41d95bc5ad36
News Article | December 19, 2016
WELLAND, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Dec. 19, 2016) - Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario, will make an announcement to support collaboration and innovation in southern Ontario's manufacturing sector at Niagara College. Following the announcement MP Badawey will be available to answer questions from the media. Please note that all details are subject to change. All times are local.
News Article | December 15, 2016
WELLAND, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Dec. 15, 2016) - Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario, will make an announcement to support collaboration and innovation in southern Ontario's manufacturing sector at Niagara College. Following the announcement MP Badawey will be available to answer questions from the media. Please note that all details are subject to change. All times are local.
News Article | December 19, 2016
WELLAND, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 19 déc. 2016) - Agence fédérale de développement économique pour le Sud de l'Ontario (Feddev Ontario) De nombreux fabricants canadiens, notamment de petites et moyennes entreprises, retardent l'adoption d'une nouvelle technologie en raison du risque de faire des investissements initiaux sans mettre à l'essai d'abord leurs innovations. En investissant dans un nouveau réseau du secteur de fabrication de pointe dans la région du Golden Horseshoe, le gouvernement du Canada aidera les fabricants canadiens à relever ce défi et à accélérer l'adoption d'une technologie. Aujourd'hui, Vance Badawey, député de Niagara-Nord, au nom de l'honorable Navdeep Bains, ministre de l'Innovation, des Sciences et du Développement économique et ministre responsable de FedDev Ontario, a annoncé une contribution pouvant atteindre 7,3 millions de dollars à l'attention du Niagara College. Cette contribution non remboursable, effectuée dans le cadre de l'initiative Investir dans les partenariats de commercialisation, aidera le Niagara College à créer le réseau du Sud de l'Ontario pour la fabrication de pointe et l'innovation, nommé Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation (SONAMI), en partenariat avec le Mohawk College, Sheridan College et la McMaster University. Le réseau SONAMI offrira une approche de « guichet unique » à l'appui des besoins en recherche et en développement des fabricants, en les encourageant à adopter et à intégrer des technologies de fabrication de pointe perturbatrices à leurs activités avec l'aide du réseau. Le projet devrait créer ou maintenir 186 emplois de haute qualité, ce qui se traduira par 170 nouveaux prototypes et jusqu'à 85 nouveaux produits pouvant être commercialisés. De plus, il donnera l'occasion aux étudiants des établissements d'enseignement partenaires du réseau SONAMI de se préparer aux emplois futurs dans le domaine de la fabrication. Le Programme d'innovation du Canada du gouvernement vise à faire du Canada un centre mondial de l'innovation - un centre qui crée des emplois, favorise la croissance de toutes les industries et améliore les vies de tous les Canadiens. Cet investissement est un exemple des mesures prises pour concrétiser cette idée. « Le gouvernement du Canada s'est engagé à soutenir l'innovation et la compétitivité à l'échelle internationale. Cet engagement permet à nos fabricants d'accéder aux outils dont ils ont besoin pour réussir et être concurrentiels. Ce projet est un exemple du type de collaboration entre les entreprises, le milieu universitaire, les institutions de recherche et le gouvernement dont nous avons besoin pour favoriser l'innovation ». - L'honorable Navdeep Bains, ministre de l'Innovation, des Sciences et du Développement économique et ministre responsable de FedDev Ontario. « L'annonce d'aujourd'hui est un excellent exemple de la façon dont notre région s'unit afin de créer des partenariats uniques et conserver les emplois localement. Je suis fier des avantages que ce réseau procurera à nos entreprises afin de les aider à accéder aux outils et au talent dont elles ont besoin pour réussir dès aujourd'hui et former la main-d'œuvre de l'avenir ». « Au Niagara College, nous sommes fiers d'être les leaders de ce réseau sans précédent, qui constituera une ressource clé et qui comblera un besoin avéré des petites et moyennes entreprises de la région du Golden Horseshoe. Selon des recherches récentes réalisées dans le Sud de l'Ontario, il existe plus de 6 500 fabricants, dont 4 000 compte moins de 10 employés. » « Favoriser la collaboration et renforcer des partenariats représentent une priorité stratégique pour le Mohawk College. Nous sommes fiers de nous joindre au réseau Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation et nous espérons mettre notre technologie au profit de nos étudiants en technologie pour qu'ils travaillent à aider les partenaires de l'industrie à lancer des solutions innovatrices sur le marché. » « Par l'intermédiaire de notre centre des technologies de fabrication de pointe et de conception, le Sheridan College étend son expertise au réseau SONAMI dans les domaines de la fabrication additive, des systèmes d'énergie durable, de la robotique et de l'automatisation. En combinant nos forces avec nos établissements d'enseignement partenaires, le réseau SONAMI apportera une valeur convaincante à l'industrie, tout en favorisant la croissance économique dans la région du Golden Horseshoe. » « Ce partenariat unique donne l'occasion à la McMaster University de prêter son expertise afin d'aider les petites entreprises régionales qui développent des procédés de fabrication novateurs. Nous anticipons avec plaisir de travailler avec le Niagara College, le Mohawk College et le Sheridan College afin de préparer les entreprises canadiennes à lancer leurs produits sur le marché et les aider à affronter la concurrence d'autres pays sur le marché mondial. - Stephen Veldhuis, professeur, Département du génie mécanique, et directeur, McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute Document d'information : FedDev Ontario investit dans l'innovation manufacturière dans la région du Golden Horseshoe Inscrivez-vous à nos bulletins de nouvelles et suivez-nous sur Twitter @FedDev_Ontario FedDev Ontario investit dans l'innovation manufacturière dans la région du Golden Horseshoe À propos du réseau du Sud de l'Ontario pour la fabrication de pointe et l'innovation, nommé Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Bien que n'importe quel membre du réseau puisse mener un projet dans les domaines de la fabrication additive, de l'adoption de la fabrication et de l'outillage informatisés pour les matériaux de pointe, chacun a son principal domaine d'intérêt : Le Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology se spécialise dans l'apprentissage appliqué et dans la recherche et l'innovation et est reconnu dans le domaine de la fabrication de pointe. Comptant 9 000 étudiants à temps plein, le Niagara College offre plus de 100 programmes, dont son programme de technicien en vinerie et en viticulture, qui a reçu le prix Pinnacle de l'Association internationale des festivals et des événements, pour être le meilleur fournisseur de diplômés à l'industrie du tourisme. Il a été aussi proclamé le « meilleur programme au Canada » en 2004 par l'Association des collèges communautaires du Canada. Pour de plus amples renseignements, visitez le site Web du Niagara College (en anglais seulement). FedDev Ontario investit dans l'initiative Investir dans des partenariats de commercialisation (IPC) L'initiative IPC appuie les partenariats menés par les entreprises en mettant l'accent sur l'élaboration de produits et services dans les marchés mondiaux, ou des plateformes d'innovation pouvant démontrer une valeur commerciale. Les établissements d'enseignement postsecondaires et les organismes à but non lucratif constitués en société, les collèges et les universités financés par l'État, les établissements de recherche et les associations de l'industrie situés dans le Sud de l'Ontario peuvent présenter une demande de financement dans le cadre de cette initiative pour des projets menés par des entreprises et axés sur de nouvelles technologies ou plateformes dont la valeur commerciale a été démontrée. Pour de plus amples renseignements, visitez la page Web de l'initiative Investir dans des partenariats de commercialisation. Communiqué de presse : FedDev Ontario investit dans l'innovation manufacturière dans la région du Golden Horseshoe
News Article | December 19, 2016
Many Canadian small- and medium-sized manufacturers delay adopting new technology, because of the risk of making large, upfront investments without first testing their innovations. By investing in a new advanced manufacturing network in the Golden Horseshoe, the Government of Canada will help Canadian manufacturers address this challenge and speed up technology adoption. Today, Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario, announced a contribution of up to $7.3 million to Niagara College. This non-repayable contribution, through the Investing in Commercialization Partnerships Initiative, will help Niagara College to create the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation (SONAMI), in partnership with Mohawk College, Sheridan College and McMaster University. SONAMI will offer a "single-window" approach to supporting manufacturers' research and development needs, encouraging them to adopt and integrate disruptive advanced manufacturing technologies into their operations with the help of the network. The project is expected to create or maintain 186 high-quality jobs, result in 170 new prototypes and up to 85 new products being commercialized. It will also provide opportunities for students from the SONAMI partner institutions to prepare for the manufacturing jobs of tomorrow. The Government's Innovation Agenda aims to make Canada a global centre for innovation - one that creates jobs, drives growth across all industries and improves the lives of all Canadians. This investment is an example of that idea in action. "The Government of Canada is committed to supporting innovation and competitiveness on a global scale. This means connecting our manufacturers to the tools they need to succeed and compete. This project exemplifies the type of collaboration between business, academia, research institutions and government that we need to foster innovation." - The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister Responsible for FedDev Ontario "Today's announcement is a great example of how our region is coming together to create unique partnerships and keep jobs local. I'm proud of the benefits that this network will have for helping our businesses access the tools and talent they need to succeed now, as well as training the workforce of the future." "We at Niagara College are proud to be the leaders of this unprecedented network, which will be a key resource and fill a demonstrated need for small- and medium-sized businesses in the Golden Horseshoe. According to recent research in southern Ontario, there are more than 6,500 manufacturers; nearly 4,000 of them have fewer than 10 employees." "Fostering collaboration and strengthening partnerships are a strategic priority for Mohawk. We're proud to join the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation and we look forward to putting our technology students to work in helping industry partners bring innovative solutions to market." "Through our Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies, Sheridan brings a breadth of expertise to SONAMI in the areas of additive manufacturing, sustainable energy systems, robotics and automation. By combining our strengths with our partner educational institutions, SONAMI will deliver compelling value to industry while advancing economic growth in the Golden Horseshoe." "This unique partnership provides an opportunity for McMaster to lend its expertise in helping small, regional companies develop innovative manufacturing processes. We look forward to working with Niagara College, Mohawk and Sheridan to prepare Canadian companies to take their products to market and help them compete on a global stage. Backgrounder: FedDev Ontario Invests in Manufacturing Innovation in the Golden Horseshoe Subscribe to our news updates and follow us on Twitter @FedDevOntario FedDev Ontario Invests in Manufacturing Innovation in the Golden Horseshoe About the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation While any member of the network can lead a project in the areas of additive manufacturing, flexible manufacturing and tooling adoption for advanced materials, each has a main area of focus: Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology specializes in applied learning and research and innovation and is known for its strengths in advanced manufacturing. With 9,000 full-time students, Niagara College offers over 100 programs, including its Winery and Viticulture Technician Program, which received the Pinnacle Award from the International Festival and Events Association, for best supplier of graduates to the tourism industry. It was also awarded Best Program in Canada 2004 by the Association of Canadian Community Colleges. For more information, visit the Niagara College website. The ICP supports business-led partnerships with a focus on developing globally-competitive products and services, or innovation platforms that can demonstrate commercial value. Post-secondary institutions and incorporated not-for-profit organizations, publicly-funded colleges and universities, research institutions, and industry associations located in southern Ontario are eligible to apply under this initiative for projects that are business-led and focus on new technologies or platforms with demonstrated commercial value. For more information, visit the Investing in Commercialization Partnerships webpage. News release: FedDev Ontario Invests in Manufacturing Innovation in the Golden Horseshoe
Benson N.U.,Covenant University |
Essien J.P.,University of Uyo |
Asuquo F.E.,University of Calabar |
Eritobor A.L.,Niagara College
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment | Year: 2014
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface microlayer (SML) and subsurface water (SSW) of Lagos Lagoon were investigated using gas chromatography-electron capture detector (GC-ECD) technique to ascertain their occurrence and spatial distribution, origin, enrichment, and carcinogenicity. Total PAH (∑PAH) concentrations ranged from 9.10 to 16.20 μg L -1 in the SML and 8.90 to 13.30 μg L-1 in the SSW. ∑PAH concentrations were relatively higher in the SML than the underlying SSW samples. The enrichment factors (EFs) of ∑PAHs ranged from 0.76 to 1.74 while the EFs of the individual PAHs varied from 0.50 to 2.09. In general, the EFs values calculated in this study were consistent or slightly less than the EFs reported for similar coastal seawater ecosystems. A correlation between the EFs of fluoranthene and pyrene indicated a positive significant value (R=0.9828, p<0.0001, n=6). Source analyses using the phenanthrene/anthracene and fluoranthene/pyrene ratios indicated the dominance of petrogenic-derived PAHs. Furthermore, enhanced concentrations of BaP (strong carcinogenicity) in SML and SSW samples, which resulted in higher EFs, could pose serious ecological and human health risks. © 2014 Springer International Publishing.
Nantel M.,Niagara College |
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2012
Professional associations can play an important role in the optics and photonics education landscape, enhancing the work done at traditional institutions like colleges and universities. In what way can they best contribute? Should they concentrate on school-children, on working scientists/engineers, or on undergraduate and graduate students? How does one measure the success of their programs? We will present an overview of some programs available, with an eye on their place in the continuum of optics and photonics education and training; we will place a particular emphasis on theneed to measure the impact and outcomes of these learning tools, and will drill down on SPIE's case. © 2012 SPIE.
News Article | December 15, 2016
Agence fédérale de développement économique pour le Sud de l'Ontario WELLAND, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 15 déc. 2016) - Vance Badawey, député de Niagara Centre, au nom de l'honorable Navdeep Bains, ministre de l'Innovation, des Sciences et du Développement économique et ministre responsable de FedDev Ontario, fera une annonce en appui à la collaboration et à l'innovation dans le secteur manufacturier du Sud de l'Ontario au Niagara College. Le député Badawey sera disponible pour répondre aux questions des médias à la suite de l'annonce. Veuillez noter que tous les renseignements sont indiqués sous réserve de modifications et qu'il s'agit de l'heure locale.
News Article | December 19, 2016
Agence fédérale de développement économique pour le Sud de l'Ontario WELLAND, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 19 déc. 2016) - Vance Badawey, député de Niagara Centre, au nom de l'honorable Navdeep Bains, ministre de l'Innovation, des Sciences et du Développement économique et ministre responsable de FedDev Ontario, fera une annonce en appui à la collaboration et à l'innovation dans le secteur manufacturier du Sud de l'Ontario au Niagara College. Le député Badawey sera disponible pour répondre aux questions des médias à la suite de l'annonce. Veuillez noter que tous les renseignements sont indiqués sous réserve de modifications et qu'il s'agit de l'heure locale.