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Employers elated with new labour attraction toolkit for Medicine Hat region

For Immediate Release | September 2, 2021

Medicine Hat - The Move to Medicine Hat labour attraction toolkit was officially launched today. This web-based tool allows employers to have all the information needed for talent attraction in one spot. From housing costs, and school availability, to fun places to visit, and things to do in the community, this site includes key information new residents are likely to ask about the region.

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Canada's second Task Force established to Advance Hydrogen Economy in Southeast Alberta

Medicine Hat - The Southeast Alberta Hydrogen Task Force (Task Force), an independent working group created to establish a framework to implement a hydrogen economy in Southeast Alberta, was officially launched on Friday, August 13, 2021.

Government Support Programs

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Alberta Jobs Now Program

Alberta Jobs Now is the largest job training program in our history to create jobs and get thousands of Albertans back to work. Starting May 20, private and non-profit businesses can apply for funding to offset the cost of hiring and training unemployed or underemployed Albertans into new or vacant full-time jobs. Visit alberta.ca/jobsnow to learn more.

Business Beat June 4, 2021: Keeping Up With Social Media

Keeping Up With Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Google Ads, YouTube, and TikTok… with so many social media platforms to choose from, where do you start?  The world of social media is everchanging, it can be hard to keep up and understand which platform is best to use.   

Business Beat June 2021: Keeping Up With Social Media

Keeping Up With Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Google Ads, YouTube, and TikTok… with so many social media platforms to choose from, where do you start?  The world of social media is everchanging, it can be hard to keep up and understand which platform is best to use.   

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Business Beat May 2021 - Working Remotely

Where do you live, 2019!? Such was the typically hilarious response from a friend in Silicon Valley when I recommended a podcast “for his commute”. From Google employees like him to accountants to lawyers, to economic development professionals to psychologists, if it is possible to work remotely, COVID has pushed entire industries to do so.

Business Beat March 2021 - Introducing Tracy Stroud

Being new to the role as the APEX Regional Innovation Network (RIN) Coordinator, a co-worker asked for my bio. He wanted to introduce me and show how my experience and qualifications relate to helping tech and knowledge-based companies. While I appreciate the kind sentiment, I have been involved with the RIN for almost 10 years now and it has never been about one person. It has always been about how the network can help companies start, grow, and innovate.

Business Beat February 2021 - Workplace Predictions

2020 was the Twilight Zone in the world of business. Sales, owners’ and managers’ sanity and employees’ resilience alike were up and down like a toilet seat.  One day they were open for business. The next they were closed. Or pivoting to online. They were holding meetings on Zoom. Getting Zoom bombed. “Can you hear me now?” “You’re muted”. “You’re not muted and your dog is barking”. “Hang on, my kid is sucking up all my bandwidth with Minecraft”. “See the little camera with the red line through it, click on that.” This is all rather funny when you’re Zooming with grandma and grandpa, but this was our daily work experience in 2020. And now in 2021…

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