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Pharma Canada – Industry News, Whitepapers, Guides & More

PHARMA SYMPOSIUM CANADA Finding the Path to an Accessible and Sustainable Market Towards a New Way of Evaluating Orphan Drugs at CADTH Patients with rare diseases have always felt that orphan drugs should be evaluated differently. Now it appears that public payers are coming around to their point of view. READ MORE >> April 29,…

VOICES – CI’s Aboriginal Newsletter (Issue #1)

VOICES is the newest way The Canadian Institute is making sure Indigenous, First Nations, and Aboriginal peoples of all walks of life have a voice in the economic development of our shared nation.   Vancouver activist calls upon feds to consult with women’s groups about indigenous-women’s inquiry The cochair of the February 14th Women’s Memorial…

Supply Chain Management – Industry News, Interviews, Whitepapers, and more

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SPEAKER INTERVIEW SERIES The Importance of Supply Chain Collaboration and Innovation in Alberta  This week we sat down with our speaker Peter Dimmell of Shell Canada Limited & Cenovus Energy Inc., and asked him his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities  for supply chain management in Alberta right now. [Read more]  …

CI CONNECT – Customer Experience News, Guides, & more…

4 Technology Trends Improving Customer Experience in 2016 Customer experience is the one area where a business can truly differentiate itself from competitors. We’re already seeing some exciting innovations in 2016 as businesses continue to realize the value exceptional customer experiences (CX) yield for their bottom line. With technology driving innovation, consumers can expect to…

RISK MANAGEMENT FOR POLICE SERVICES – Industry News

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Privacy Law & Compliance Updates

Ten tips from Canada’s privacy commissioner to prevent employee data snooping Six years ago a bank employee was caught going through the financial records of another staff member who was in a relationship with her ex-husband. The spying had been going on for four years. The federal privacy commissioner, who has dealt with several privacy…

Cumulative Effects | Natural Resource Management – Industry News

2015 was a transformative year in the policy and practice shaping cumulative effects. With the rollout of BC’s new framework, landmark court decisions, tremendous activity in resource development, and conflicting priorities of various stakeholders involved, the meaning of cumulative effects and its effective use in environmental stewardship is a growing source of uncertainty and debate.…

Payments Industry News 2016

**PAYMENTS COMPLIANCE AND INNOVATION IN CANADA**   Rapid transformation of the payments ecosystem is creating swift transformational change to the regulatory and legal framework in Canada’s payments system. Now is the time to look ahead and proactively plan your initiatives to improve your organization’s risk and compliance strategies and ensure the continuing safety and security…

Storytelling – A Valuable Tool in Litigation

**STORYTELLING**   Part of the fabric of our society is storytelling. It is everywhere. We remember stories, we want to see and hear them. They sell products via ads, newspapers, books, magazines and movies. Our caveman ancestors probably only communicated through stories. From when we were children we were told stories and they usually had…

Building Aboriginal Relationships in BC

B.C. First Nation leaders ask PM to reject LNG terminal site First Nation leaders in B.C. have made a direct appeal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to stop a major liquefied natural gas project from being built adjacent to juvenile salmon-rearing habitat.  [Read More…]   ANALYSIS: Can Trudeau deliver on his First Nations promises? The…