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Private Equity funds and Real Estate funds are created in PackHedge™ by defining purchase unit(s) based on “amount” as opposed to “shares/price” and by defining the behavior as standard or Private Equity so that any type of fund instrument based on amounts can be created and used like any other investment vehicle in PackHedge™. The capital accounting based investment vehicles can be defined for Funds and Custom Instruments of any type. One or any number of Private Equity funds or Real Estate funds can be included in Portfolios with any mix of any other types of investment vehicles (e.g. Hedge funds, Mutual funds, Equities etc.) for portfolio construction, management, tracking, analysis and reporting. All the necessary information can be captured as transactions, for Private Equity funds this includes contributions, capital calls, distributions, withdrawals, contributions and distributions either inside or outside commitments, remaining commitments, fees, etc. and for Real Estate funds this includes, capital invested, mortgages, rental income, expenses, fees, etc. Portfolios holding positions in Private Equity, Real Estate and other investment vehicles provide all the appropriate information in the form of capital accounts, cash flow what-if/projections/analysis, balance sheet, P&L, etc. as well as all the extensive reporting capabilities and analytical functions available with PackHedge™ including statistics, contribution analysis (by asset, style, any segment, etc.), risk return, attribution analysis, style analysis, peer group analysis, portfolio optimization, sensitivity analysis, stress testing, scenario analysis, principal component analysis, cluster analysis, etc. For example, the cash flow analysis overview provides the to-date and projected cash flows, net out of pocket, net cash flows, JCurve and Lorenz Curve views. Other views include; cash flow performance (IRR, MWR, TWR), all the Private Equity Ratios (TPVI, RPVI, DPI, PIC, etc.), Private Equity Public Market Equivalents or PMEs (Long Nickels, Plus, Modified, Direct Alpha, KS, etc.) and Private Equity what-if scenarios. “Asset managers are managing mixed portfolios with not only a broad range of all the alternative investment vehicles but also a broad range of all the traditional investment vehicles,” FinLab’s CEO, Denis de Pentheny O’Kelly stated. “Investment managers are selecting PackHedge™ today because it is the solution that provides coverage of the broadest set of investment vehicles together with the most extensive quantitative and qualitative research and analysis platform, the most flexible, easy to use and powerful reporting engine and comprehensive CRM, document management and workflow management tools.”


News Article | April 24, 2017
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OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 24 avril 2017) - Les syndicats saluent l'annonce d'aujourd'hui que le gouvernement fédéral va revenir sur sa position en appuyant pleinement l'inscription de l'amiante chrysotile à la liste de substances dangereuses réglementées en vertu de la Convention de Rotterdam. « Les syndicats ont vivement et longtemps fait campagne pour l'interdiction de l'amiante afin de rendre les milieux de travail et les espaces publics plus sécuritaires pour tous les Canadiens et Canadiennes, mais aussi pour les populations du monde entier qui étaient exposées à l'amiante », a déclaré Hassan Yussuff, président du Congrès du travail du Canada. L'Organisation mondiale de la santé a reconnu l'amiante comme un agent cancérigène pour les humains en 1987. Toutefois, depuis de nombreuses années, le Canada a continué à soutenir les exportations d'amiante en minimisant dans le monde entier les dangers de l'agent cancérigène. Le gouvernement Harper est même allé jusqu'à bloquer l'inscription de l'amiante chrysotile sur la liste de la procédure de consentement préalable en connaissance de cause (PIC) de la Convention de Rotterdam - une position qui a été vivement critiquée par les syndicats, les groupes de protection de la santé et de la sécurité et la communauté internationale. Aujourd'hui, la ministre fédérale de l'Environnement Catherine McKenna a annoncé que son gouvernement va préconiser l'inclusion de l'amiante chrysotile dans la Convention de Rotterdam lors de la huitième réunion de la Conférence des Parties à Genève la semaine prochaine. Le Congrès du travail du Canada enverra une délégation à Genève pour demander à la communauté internationale de soutenir également l'inclusion de l'amiante chrysotile dans la liste. « Nous avons travaillé avec le gouvernement l'année dernière pour obtenir une interdiction complète de l'importation et l'exportation de l'amiante ici au Canada, et nous sommes encouragés de voir le Canada exercer son leadership international sur cette question. Nous espérons que cela aidera les pays partout au monde à prendre de meilleures décisions, en étant davantage informés sur les véritables dangers de l'amiante », a ajouté M. Yussuff.


News Article | April 21, 2017
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OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 21, 2017) - Canada's unions applauded today's announcement that the federal government will reverse its position by fully supporting the listing of chrysotile asbestos among hazardous substances regulated under the Rotterdam Convention. "Unions campaigned long and hard for a ban on asbestos to make workplaces and public spaces safer for all Canadians, but also people around the world who were being exposed to asbestos," said Canadian Labour Congress President Hassan Yussuff. The World Health Organization declared asbestos a human carcinogen in 1987. However, for many years, Canada continued to bolster asbestos exports by downplaying the dangers of the carcinogen internationally. The Harper government even went so far as to block the addition of chrysotile asbestos to the Rotterdam Convention Prior Informed Consent (PIC) list - a position that was roundly criticized by Canada's unions, health and safety advocates, and the international community. Today, federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announced that her government will advocate for the inclusion of chrysotile asbestos in the Rotterdam Convention at the upcoming eighth meeting of the Conference of the Parties in Geneva next week. The Canadian Labour Congress will be sending a delegation to Geneva to call on the international community to support the listing of chrysotile as well. "We worked with the government last year to secure a comprehensive ban on the import and export of asbestos here in Canada, and we are encouraged to see Canada taking international leadership on this issue. We hope this will help countries around the world make better decisions, more fully informed about the true dangers of asbestos," Yussuff added.


News Article | May 1, 2017
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UC Santa Barbara engineering professor Larry Coldren has received the 2017 Nick Holonyak, Jr. Award from the Optical Society of America (OSA) in recognition of his "major contributions to photonic integrated circuits." The award is presented annually to an individual who has made significant contributions to optics based on semiconductor-based optical devices and materials, including basic science and technological applications. "This is indeed a major honor," said Coldren, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in UCSB's College of Engineering. "It is especially important to me, because it honors Professor Holonyak, who I have known and respected all of my professional career, and it is also endowed by Don Scifres with his wife and company, people I have also known and respected for a long time. We have all worked in similar areas for many years." The demand for and proliferation of internet-enabled devices, from computers and smartphones to wearables and "smart" appliances, stand to put a strain on existing telecommunications infrastructure. Engineers and scientists have looked to harness the power of light for its speed, capacity and energy efficiency in managing the tidal wave of data. But to get that information to and from lightwaves into our electronic devices, a transition has to be made -- and that comes in the form of the photonic integrated circuit (PIC), through which optical and electronic elements are combined. Coldren's most notable work in the field includes widely tunable lasers and vertical cavity-surface-emitting lasers. He also wrote a textbook on diode lasers and PICs, now in its second edition, that for the past two decades has been the most popular on the subject. "Larry Coldren has an extensive record of making important contributions in photonics, both as a world-renowned researcher and technological entrepreneur and as a teacher, as evidenced by his widely used photonics textbook," said UCSB College of Engineering Dean Rod Alferness. "We at the College of Engineering offer Larry our warmest congratulations for receiving the OSA's Nick Holonyak, Jr. Award for 2017." Coldren, who joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1984, also is a professor of materials at UCSB. He served as acting dean of the College of Engineering from 2009 -11, and is currently the director of the campus's Optoelectronics Technology Center and the Solid State Lighting & Energy Electronics Center. Coldren is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the OSA and the Institute of Electronics Engineers in the UK. In addition, he is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the National Academy of Inventors. Established in 1997, the OSA award honors Nick Holonyak, Jr., who has made distinguished contributions to the field of optics through the development of semiconductor based light emitting diodes and semiconductor lasers.


News Article | May 5, 2017
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Leading supplier for Reed Sensors centralizes distribution channel; Announce plans to Exhibit at Sensors Expo Show in San Jose, CA ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - May 5, 2017) -  PIC, a leading manufacturer of reed sensor technology, has expanded its relationship and appointed World Micro as its exclusive North American distributor. The move deepens the existing relationship, allows for more efficient services, and centralizes its distribution for the Americas. PIC's emphasis on product lines include reed switches, sensors, hall sensors, and magnets. World Micro Director of Supplier Development, Bettina Clark, commented, "With current production facilities in China and Turkey, PIC focuses on high production quality, strong relationships, and efficient distribution. By advancing our relationship, PIC now has improved distribution and sales presence in Asia, Europe and the Americas." Kai Hold, Marketing Manager with PIC, states, "PIC is excited to extend the cooperation with World Micro even further by appointing them as the one and only distributor in the United States. With this move, PIC hopes to strengthen the impact on the US market. Taking into account that more companies have their production and R&D facilities in various states, we now have one contact partner -- regardless of where they are based. To kick-off our joint activities on the west coast PIC and World Micro staff will be available at the Sensors Expo Show in San Jose, CA (June 28-29, Booth #219) to present the whole PIC product range of Switches and Sensors including some new developments which will be announced in a few weeks' time." ABOUT: PIC GmbH: PIC Proximity Instrumentation Controls Kontaktbauelemente GmbH is a globally operating company based in the Nuremberg area. PIC GmbH has been one of the leading suppliers of Reed Sensor Technology for several years. Highly technical competencies, long-time experience and the ability to innovatively implement our customers' needs make us the ideal partner for the home appliances, automotive, medical, and measure-and-control industry. ABOUT: World Micro, Inc., is a global electronic components and products distributor headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information about World Micro and their office locations, please visit http://www.worldmicro.com/. World Micro can be followed on Twitter at twitter.com/worldmicro. MIT Holdings, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of World Micro.


News Article | May 5, 2017
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Leading supplier for Reed Sensors centralizes distribution channel; Announce plans to Exhibit at Sensors Expo Show in San Jose, CA ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - May 5, 2017) -  PIC, a leading manufacturer of reed sensor technology, has expanded its relationship and appointed World Micro as its exclusive North American distributor. The move deepens the existing relationship, allows for more efficient services, and centralizes its distribution for the Americas. PIC's emphasis on product lines include reed switches, sensors, hall sensors, and magnets. World Micro Director of Supplier Development, Bettina Clark, commented, "With current production facilities in China and Turkey, PIC focuses on high production quality, strong relationships, and efficient distribution. By advancing our relationship, PIC now has improved distribution and sales presence in Asia, Europe and the Americas." Kai Hold, Marketing Manager with PIC, states, "PIC is excited to extend the cooperation with World Micro even further by appointing them as the one and only distributor in the United States. With this move, PIC hopes to strengthen the impact on the US market. Taking into account that more companies have their production and R&D facilities in various states, we now have one contact partner -- regardless of where they are based. To kick-off our joint activities on the west coast PIC and World Micro staff will be available at the Sensors Expo Show in San Jose, CA (June 28-29, Booth #219) to present the whole PIC product range of Switches and Sensors including some new developments which will be announced in a few weeks' time." ABOUT: PIC GmbH: PIC Proximity Instrumentation Controls Kontaktbauelemente GmbH is a globally operating company based in the Nuremberg area. PIC GmbH has been one of the leading suppliers of Reed Sensor Technology for several years. Highly technical competencies, long-time experience and the ability to innovatively implement our customers' needs make us the ideal partner for the home appliances, automotive, medical, and measure-and-control industry. ABOUT: World Micro, Inc., is a global electronic components and products distributor headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information about World Micro and their office locations, please visit http://www.worldmicro.com/. World Micro can be followed on Twitter at twitter.com/worldmicro. MIT Holdings, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of World Micro.


News Article | February 21, 2017
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— Global Mosquito Repellent Market (Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays, Mats, Cream & Oil): Analysis By Region, By Country (2016-2021) report has analysed the potential of Mosquito Repellent Market and provides statistics and information on market size, shares and growth factors. Browse 197 Figures, 10 Companies, spread across 225 pages available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/776850-global-mosquito-repellent-market-coils-liquid-vaporizers-sprays-mats-cream-oil-analysis-by-region-by-country-2016-2021-by-product-type-coils-liquid-vaporizers-sprays-aerosol-mats-cream-oil-and-o-a-brazil.html. The report intends to provide cutting-edge market intelligence and help decision makers take sound investment evaluation. Besides, the report also identifies and analyses the emerging trends along with major drivers, challenges and opportunities in the Global Mosquito Repellent Market. Additionally, the report also highlights market entry strategies for various companies across the globe. Asia-Pacific is the highest revenue-generating region in the world mosquito repellent market. Factors such as affordability and performance efficiency of coils have led to their wider adoption among middle and lower-income groups, particularly in APAC and LAMEA. LAMEA is anticipated to be the fastest growing market during the forecast period while APAC will have the highest growth. Europe has a smaller market share of mosquito repellent as compared to North America. Penetration level of mosquito repellent sprays, creams and oils prepared from organic and herbal ingredients is higher in developed markets such as North America and Europe. In terms of segmentation, market is categorized By Product Type (Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays/Aerosol, Mats, Cream & Oil and others) and By Channels of Distribution (Large retail stores, Small retail stores, Specialty stores and Online). North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America Middle East Africa are being covered in the Regional segmentation. According to recently published report “Global Mosquito Repellent Market: Opportunities and Forecasts(2016-2021)”, Mosquito Repellent Market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 5.21% during 2016 – 2021F, on account of sudden outbreak of the mosquito-borne virus started in Brazil and its spread to parts of North and South America. Also the demand of mosquito repellent products has risen due to the outbreak of Zika virus caused by Aedes mosquito in America and Africa. These are some of the important factors escalating the growth of Mosquito Repellent market. Scope of the Mosquito Repellent Market Report By Product Type: Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays/Aerosol, Mats, Cream & Oil, Others By Channels of Distribution: Large retail stores, Small retail stores, Specialty stores, Online By Region: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America Middle East Africa By Country: United States, Canada, Italy, France, China, India, South Africa, Brazil Companies Profiled are Godrej Consumer Products Ltd., Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC, SC JOHNSON & SON, INC., Spectrum Brand Holdings Inc., Dabur International, Enesis Group, Jyothi Laboratories, Coghlans Ltd., Quantum Health, PIC Corporation. Table of Contents 1. Research Methodology 2. Executive Summary 3. Strategic Recommendation 4. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: An Overview 5. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: An Analysis 6. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: By Product Type (Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays/Aerosol, Mats, Cream & Oil and others) 7. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: By Channels of Distribution (Large retail stores, Small retail stores, Specialty stores and Online) 8. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: By Region 9. North America Mosquito Repellent Market: An Analysis 10. Europe Mosquito Repellent Market: An Analysis 11. Asia Pacific Mosquito Repellent Market: An Analysis 12. Latin America Middle East Africa Mosquito Repellent Market: An Analysis 13. Market Dynamics 14. Value Chain Analysis – Mosquito Repellent Market 15. SWOT Analysis – Mosquito Repellent Market 16. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis – Mosquito Repellent Market 17. Policy and Regulatory Landscape 18. Competitive Market Share Analysis 19. Competitive Landscape - Product/Brand Benchmarking 20. Company Profiling About Us ReportsnReports.com is your single source for all market research needs. Our database includes 500,000+ market research reports from over 95 leading global publishers & in-depth market research studies of over 5000 micro markets. For more information, please visit http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/776850-global-mosquito-repellent-market-coils-liquid-vaporizers-sprays-mats-cream-oil-analysis-by-region-by-country-2016-2021-by-product-type-coils-liquid-vaporizers-sprays-aerosol-mats-cream-oil-and-o-a-brazil.html


Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Mosquito Repellent Market (Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays, Mats, Cream & Oil): Analysis By Region, By Country (2016-2021)" report to their offering. Global warming, increasing environmental concerns, government initiatives for mosquito control, rising health concerns and literacy levels and rise in the demand of herb based repellents and demographic consolidation are the basic reasons behind increased demand for Mosquito Repellents. Factors such as affordability and performance efficiency of coils have led to their wider adoption among middle and lower-income groups, particularly in APAC and LAMEA. LAMEA is anticipated to be the fastest growing market during the forecast period while APAC will have the highest growth. Europe has a smaller market share of mosquito repellent as compared to North America. Penetration level of mosquito repellent sprays, creams and oils prepared from organic and herbal ingredients is higher in developed markets such as North America and Europe. The growing possibility of malaria and dengue due to the constant inflow of travellers is expected to drive the demand for mosquito repellent across Europe as well as North America during the forecast period. Increasing demand for new and innovative mosquito repellent products containing natural ingredients is likely to create significant opportunity for growth of the European mosquito repellent market in the future. Growth in developing countries including China and India would primarily be supplemented by increasing health consciousness and demand for higher-end mosquito repellent products such as sprays, creams and oil. But adverse effects of mosquito repellents rise in incidence of mosquito-borne diseases and slow adoption in rural regions is one of the biggest restraints faced by this industry. Global warming, increasing environmental concerns, government initiatives for mosquito control, rising health concerns and literacy levels and rise in the demand of herb based repellents and demographic consolidation has surged the need for mosquito repellents that is further driving the market for Mosquito Repellent. According to the recently published report "Global Mosquito Repellent Market (Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays, Mats, Cream & Oil): Analysis By Region, By Country (2016-2021)", Mosquito Repellent Market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 5.21% during 2016-2021F, on account of sudden outbreak of mosquito-borne virus started in Brazil and it spread to parts of North and South America. Also, demand of mosquito repellent products increased due to the outbreak of Zika virus caused by Aedes mosquito in America and Africa. Leading companies operating in the Mosquito Repellent Market including Godrej Consumer Products Ltd., Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC, SC JOHNSON & SON, INC., Spectrum Brand Holdings Inc., Dabur International, Enesis Group, Jyothi Laboratories, Coghlans Ltd., Quantum Health, PIC Corporation have been profiled. Scope of the Report The report provides coverage: By Product Type: - Coils - Liquid Vaporizers - Sprays/Aerosol - Mats - Cream & Oil - Others By Channels of Distribution: - Large retail stores - Small retail stores - Specialty stores - Online By Region: - North America - Europe - Asia Pacific - Latin America Middle East Africa By Country: - United States - Canada - Italy - France - China - India - South Africa - Brazil Key Topics Covered: 1. Research Methodology 2. Executive Summary 3. Strategic Recommendations 3.1 Asia pacific region to experience high growth 3.2 High significance of Coil and Cream & Oil segment 3.3 Online sales to grow at the fastest rate followed by Speciality stores 4. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: An Overview 4.1 Product Overview 4.2 Market Segmentation 4.2.1 By Product Type 4.2.2 By Channels of Distribution 5. Global Mosquito Repellent Market 5.1 Global Mosquito Repellent Market : Breakdown 5.1.1. Global Mosquito Repellent Market Size, By Value (Historic 2011-15) 5.1.2. Global Mosquito Repellent Market Size, By Value ( Forecast 2016E-2021F) 6. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: By Product Type (Coils, Liquid Vaporizers, Sprays/Aerosol, Mats, Cream & Oil and others) 6.1 Global Mosquito Repellent Market - By Product Type : Breakdown 6.2 Coils Mosquito Repellent Market 6.3 Liquid Vaporizers Mosquito Repellent Market 6.4 Sprays/Aerosol Mosquito Repellent Market 6.5 Mats Mosquito Repellent Market 6.6 Cream & Oil Mosquito Repellent Market 6.7 Others Mosquito Repellent Market 7. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: By Channels of Distribution (Large retail stores, Small retail stores, Specialty stores and Online) 7.1 Global Mosquito Repellent Market - By Channels of Distribution: Breakdown 7.2 Large retail stores Mosquito Repellent Market 7.3 Small retail stores Mosquito Repellent Market 7.4 Specialty stores Mosquito Repellent Market 7.5 Online Mosquito Repellent Market 8. Global Mosquito Repellent Market: By Region 9. North America Mosquito Repellent Market 10. Europe Mosquito Repellent Market 11. Asia Pacific Mosquito Repellent Market 12. Latin America Middle East Africa Mosquito Repellent Market 13. Market Dynamics 13.1 Market Drivers 13.2 Challenges 13.3 Market Trends 14. Value Chain Analysis - Mosquito Repellent Market 15. SWOT Analysis - Mosquito Repellent Market 16. Porter's Five Forces Analysis - Mosquito Repellent Market 17. Policy and Regulatory Landscape 18. Competitive Market Share Analysis 19. Competitive Landscape - Product/Brand Benchmarking 20. Company Profiles 20.1 Godrej Consumer Products Limited 20.2 Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC 20.3 SC JOHNSON & SON, INC. 20.4 Spectrum Brand Holdings Inc. 20.5 Dabur International 20.6 Enesis Group 20.7 Jyothi Laboratories 20.8 Coghlans Ltd. 20.9 Quantum Health 20.10 PIC Corporation For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xfskcr/global_mosquito Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager press@researchandmarkets.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716


News Article | February 28, 2017
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Petronas has signed a share purchase agreement to sell Saudi Aramco a 50% ownership interest in its long-planned refinery and petrochemical integrated development (RAPID) project now under construction at the $27-28-billion Pengerang integrated complex (PIC) in southeastern Johor, Malaysia.


Les fonds du Programme d'infrastructure communautaire de Canada 150 (PIC 150) aident les collectivités à améliorer leurs installations locales, améliorant du même coup le mieux-être collectif dans la société HOPE, COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE--(Marketwired - 13 fév. 2017) - Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest Canada Un centre de conditionnement physique populaire de Hope, en Colombie-Britannique, fera l'objet de rénovations bien nécessaires grâce à un investissement de 100 000 $ du gouvernement du Canada dans le cadre du PIC 150. Grâce à cette aide financière, le district régional de la vallée du Fraser (DRVF) améliorera le centre de conditionnement physique, notamment en agrandissant la zone d'exercice et en améliorant l'accès à l'installation. Avec ces rénovations, les membres de la collectivité disposeront d'un endroit mieux adapté pour faire de l'exercice et s'adonner à d'autres activités récréatives. L'honorable Navdeep Bains, ministre de l'Innovation, des Sciences et du Développement économique et ministre responsable de Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest Canada, en a fait l'annonce aujourd'hui. Le PIC 150 s'inscrit dans le cadre des célébrations de Canada 150, que le gouvernement du Canada organise pour souligner le 150e anniversaire de la Confédération. Dans le cadre du budget de 2016, on a prévu 150 millions de dollars supplémentaires échelonnés sur deux ans qui seront versés aux organismes de développement régional du Canada, à compter de 2016-2017, pour fournir une aide financière additionnelle aux collectivités de l'ensemble du pays. Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest Canada (DEO) sera responsable de l'administration du programme dans l'Ouest canadien. Grâce à des investissements dans les infrastructures communautaires, le gouvernement du Canada investira dans des projets de rénovation, d'agrandissement ou d'amélioration de l'infrastructure communautaire existante, portant principalement sur les installations récréatives, les projets qui favorisent une économie axée sur la croissance propre et les projets qui ont une incidence positive sur les communautés autochtones. « Les collectivités solides reposent sur des infrastructures modernes et durables. Grâce à cette aide financière, les résidents de Hope auront accès à une installation moderne qui offre des possibilités sur les plans récréatif et social, tant aujourd'hui que dans le futur. » « Nous sommes heureux d'avoir obtenu une aide financière dans le cadre du PIC 150. La contribution de 100 000 $ permettra de compenser en grande partie les coûts liés aux projets de rénovation qui s'imposent au centre récréatif. » Sites Web : Page d'accueil de DEO, page d'accueil de Canada 150, District régional de la vallée du Fraser Numéro sans frais de DEO : 1-888-338-9378 Téléimprimeur (appareil de télécommunication pour les personnes ayant une déficience auditive) : 1-877-303-3388 Le gouvernement du Canada annonce une aide pour l'infrastructure communautaire en Colombie-Britannique Le 150e anniversaire de la Confédération en 2017 District régional de la vallée du Fraser S'IL Y A INCOMPATIBILITÉ ENTRE UNE VERSION IMPRIMÉE ET LA VERSION ÉLECTRONIQUE DE CE DOCUMENT, LA VERSION ÉLECTRONIQUE PRÉVAUT.

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