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Adecco Employment Services Limited
Alberta GovernmentRead More
Alberta Infrastructure is responsible for infrastructure planning, and building and managing government-owned infrastructure. The ministry works with other ministries to ensure Albertans have the schools, hospitals, and other public infrastructure necessary to meet the needs of a growing economy and population.
Quality infrastructure is the backbone of a vibrant and growing economy. Through leadership, expertise, and collaboration Alberta Infrastructure works to provide innovative, high quality, and well-designed public infrastructure for Albertans, contributing to the province's prosperity and quality of life.
For more info about Alberta Infrastructure and the Government of Alberta visit www.infrastructure.alberta.ca
AltaLink is Alberta’s largest regulated electricity transmission company.Our transmission system is the essential link that connects homes, farms, businesses and industries to the electricity generated across Alberta. Electricity generated from thermal energy, wind power and hydro is transported at high voltages over long distances through transmission lines to substations, which lower the voltage so electricity can be delivered safely to homes and businesses via distribution lines.
Aon HewittRead More
Aon Hewitt empowers organizations and individuals to secure a better future through innovative talent, retirement and health solutions. We advise, design and execute a wide range of solutions that enable clients to cultivate talent to drive organizational and personal performance and growth, navigate retirement risk while providing new levels of financial security, and redefine health solutions for greater choice, affordability and wellness. Aon Hewitt is the global leader in human resource solutions, with over 30,000 professionals in 90 countries serving more than 20,000 clients worldwide.
For more information on Aon Hewitt, please visit www.aonhewitt.com.
Atlantic LotteryRead More
ALC was founded in 1976, shortly after the founding of government lotteries elsewhere in Canada. While ALC's first games were only played on a regional basis, it quickly joined the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation, which offered national draws.
ALC has been seen by some as an innovator in lottery technology. In 1988, they became the first lottery organization in the world to print a bar code on all draw and scratch tickets, allowing for instant verification of a prize. In 1990, they introduced the first legal video lottery terminals in Canada. The introduction of PlaySphere in 2004 allowed users to play the lottery over the Internet, another first.
Since 1976, ALC has awarded more than $5.5 billion in prizes and paid out $5.9 billion in profits to its four shareholders.
Bank of CanadaRead More
Baxter CorporationRead More
BC Pension Corporation
Calian is a publicly traded company founded in 1982. Over the last 35 years, the company has greatly expanded and diversified its service offerings to include health, IT, training, engineering, and contract manufacturing. Calian continues to invest in its service lines to ensure it is well-positioned for sustainable long-term growth. Calian continues to be driven by its vision to be the best Canadian company to work for, buy from and invest in.
Canada Resident Matching Services
Canada Wide Media LimitedRead More
From creating the latest in digital media to high-end printed publications, they do it all. They proudly publish over 50 quality products (at last count) including 11 self-owned magazines, 30 custom publications for leading clients, 10 eNewsletters, and 8 "very cool" websites. They even do books. They have over 6 million readers.
Canadian Forces Housing AgencyRead More
Canadian Government Executive MagazineRead More
Canadian Government Executive is the journal of record for public sector executives. Moving into their 19th year of publishing, CGE reaches a wide national audience of senior decision-makers and managers across federal, provincial and municipal jurisdictions.
Our mission is to contribute to excellence in public sector management. Our contributors are among the sector's most well-known and respected thought leaders. Through high quality editorial, extensive networking opportunities, a large and enthusiastic readership, and high readership recognition and use of advertisers' products and services, CGE has become the market leader.
Published 10 times a year, CGE reaches a monthly audience of 17,500 subscribers. In addition, each issue enjoys a pass-along readership of 22,000 (Mendon and Associates study). Online, approximately 20,000 readers per month regularly peruse interviews and articles while our weekly e-newsletter reaches over 9,500 subscribers in the National Capital Region. In all, CGE reaches up to 60,000 public sector leaders and decision-makers every month.
Carleton UniversityRead More
Carleton University is a dynamic research and teaching institution in Ottawa with a tradition of anticipating and leading change. The university provides an excellent education and experience to its more than 28,000 full- and part-time students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Carleton’s more than 860 academic faculty members are recognized internationally for their scholarship and cutting-edge research in more than 65 disciplines. Our students and faculty are supported by 1,090 professional services staff (both full-time and part-time), who share the goal of providing a superior learning experience for the university’s students.
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Ceridian Canada Ltd.
City of MarkhamRead More
In July, 2010 Markham was proud to receive NQI certification at the NQI PEP® Level 3 Integrated Quality and Healthy Workplace® , and the Canada Awards for Excellence – Silver.
City of Toronto
CMA Ontario /Certified Management Accountants of OntarioRead More
Cole Engineering Group
Delta HotelsRead More
Diversicare Canada Management Services Co., Inc.Read More
Globalive / WIND MobileRead More
Government of Ontario c/o Centre for Organizational Excellence, Min. of Government Services/HROntario
Heidary HealthRead More
Herzig Eye InstituteRead More
Hill+Knowlton StrategiesRead More
Hill+Knowlton Strategies is a proud recipient of the Progressive Excellence Program (PEP) Quality Level 4 Certification and the Canada Awards for Excellence Gold Award for Quality from Excellence Canada. They were recently recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Canada for 2011.
Manulife FinancialRead More
Manulife Financial is a leading Canadian-based financial services group serving millions of customers in 19 countries and territories worldwide. Operating as Manulife Financial in Canada and Asia, and primarily through John Hancock in the United States, the Company offers clients a diverse range of financial protection products and wealth management services through its extensive network of employees, agents and distribution partners.
Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan (OTIP)Read More
OTIP continues to grow, providing a full range of group and individual insurance products and employing over 300 staff members. Our commitment to quality extends across our organization and is entrenched in our corporate culture. In 2008, we set and successfully achieved our corporate goal of obtaining NQI PEP® Level 3.
Pizza Pizza LimitedRead More
With over 720 locations spread across nine provinces, Pizza Pizza Limited is Canada´s pizza pioneer and a quick-service restaurant leader. The company operates two banners, Pizza Pizza and Pizza 73, which together with its network of operators and franchise partners, deliver quality food choices, diverse menus and exciting promotions for all tastes, lifestyles and budgets. Since 1967, Pizza Pizza Limited has been guided by a vision of "Always the best food, made especially for you”, with a focus on quality ingredients, customer service, continuous innovation and community involvement. Visit us www.pizzapizza.ca and www.pizza73.com for more information.
PowerStream Inc.Read More
The company, jointly owned by the municipalities of Barrie, Markham and Vaughan, is committed to providing its customers with safe, reliable and efficient service. They achieve this goal by focusing on operational efficiencies and procedures in order to minimize overhead costs and maximize the use of company assets.
Province of Nova Scotia, Department of Internal Services
Ricoh Canada Inc.Read More
Ricoh’s fully-integrated hardware and software products help businesses share information efficiently and effectively by enabling customers to control the input, management, and output of documents. Click on the link above for information about Ricoh's complete range of products and services on the World Wide Web.
Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
The Rotman belief is that modern business leaders must develop an ability to find creative solutions in the face of multiple and often conflicting perspectives. Students receive a solid grounding in all the functional areas of business, and then learn how to go beyond them to see the big picture. By drawing upon the tools and insights of Integrative Thinking and Business Design™, they approach each challenge with a disciplined creativity. It's a transformational learning experience that drives each Rotman students' ability to generate value and innovation in a rapidly-changing business environment.
Saint ElizabethRead More
Service Nova ScotiaRead More
Service Nova Scotia is a service delivery arm of the Nova Scotia provincial government. Divided into three branches: Program Modernization, Client Experience and Strategy and Corporate Services, the Office delivers a diverse range of programs and services to citizens, businesses, and non-profit organizations. From the issuance of birth, marriage and death certificates; service delivery of the land, joint stock companies and motor vehicles registries; consumer protection; licensing and regulation of alcohol and gaming activities; and so much more, virtually every Nova Scotian has, or will have, direct contact with the Office at some point in their lives. As a client-facing organization, the aim of Service Nova Scotia is to deliver service excellence to all Nova Scotians and make it easier for citizens and businesses to interact with government.
Social Services Department, Region of DurhamRead More
Sun Life FinancialRead More
Together with our partners, we operate in key markets worldwide, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, India, China. and Bermuda. A market leader in group benefits, we serve more than five million Canadians in over 10,000 corporate, association, affinity, and creditor groups across the country.
Our extensive products, services, and technology enable us to tailor group benefit programs to meet virtually any customer’s needs. We are proud to be NQI’s Champion of Excellence, and NQI’s Canadian Healthy Workplace® Criteria is a cornerstone of our HealthyRETURNS™ workplace health management offering.
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The Lowe-Martin GroupRead More
Lowe-Martin has been certified ISO 9001 for over twelve years. We manage sensitive public and private sector print communications and also provide integrity required data management. We are deeply committed to lessening the impact of our industry on the environment. We maintain environmental certifications and continue to implement initiatives to ensure that environmental awareness is firmly established in our corporate culture.
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University of GuelphRead More
The University of Guelph was established in May 1964, its mandate reflected the commitment of its founding institutions to excellence, innovation, and service to society. Over the decades, the University has expanded and its comprehensive nature has evolved. The UofG is a research-intensive and learner-centered organization that has built a caring and supportive community environment that allows people to thrive and excel in a wide range of scholarly pursuits. Today, in addition to the inviting, green spaces of the main Guelph campus, our footprint includes Guelph-Humber, Ridgetown, and research stations across Ontario – a network that preserves and enhances the University’s connections across rural and urban settings. The University’s seven colleges span the arts, social and applied human sciences, physical and engineering science, biological science, business and economics, agriculture, and veterinary medicine. Together, our colleges and campuses provide a comprehensive academic foundation, with proven excellence, deep connections to communities and partners, and the capacity to tackle many of the big questions framing the future of our world.
With over 8000 employees (full-time, part-time, temporary and student), UofG supports over 28,000 undergraduate and graduate students at our campuses in Guelph, Toronto and Ridgetown. Our students, faculty and staff pursue active inquiry and exercise creativity across a range of disciplines - physical and life sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, business, agricultural and veterinary sciences. Known for its beautiful, safe campuses and welcoming, supportive culture, UofG offers an environment where ideas and opinions can flourish, researchers and scholars anticipate opportunities and develop solutions and people adapt in healthy ways to a changing world.
University of Waterloo
Venture Communications Ltd.Read More
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