Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks – Spring 2022 Update

See below for some recent updates from each of Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks. Regional Workforce Development Strategy Update The comprehensive Regional Workforce Development Strategy to address and provide recommendations to develop, attract and retain labour in the Annapolis Valley Region is complete and can be found on our website at https://www.valleyren.ca/projects-and-programs/regional-workforce-development-strategy/. The Valley REN is currently reaching out… Read more »

Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks – December/ January 2022 Update

See below for some recent updates from each of Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks. Local Immigration Partnership Survey ResultsThe Western NS Local Immigration Partnership delivered three surveys in October and November 2021. The results can be found at https://westernren.ca/localimmigrationpartnership/. Labour Needs SurveyAssessed the impact of labor shortages and how immigration might play a role in helping… Read more »

Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks – June/July 2021 Update

See below for some recent updates from each of Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks. Electronic Mailing List to Identify Housing for Newcomer Healthcare ProfessionalsOne of the barriers to attracting and retaining healthcare professionals in Cape Breton – Unama’ki is and continues to be housing availability. In an effort to minimize this barrier, the Cape Breton… Read more »

Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks and Chambers of Commerce tapped to roll-out Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) Rapid Screening Consortium to workplaces across the province

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cape Breton Island, NS –The Cape Breton Partnership and Cape Breton’s two Regional Enterprise Networks, have partnered with the Cape Breton Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Strait Area Chamber of Commerce to roll-out the Creative Destruction Labs (CDL) Rapid Testing Consortium in Cape Breton-Unama’ki, a program being administered across the country by CDL… Read more »

October 2020 NSRENs Update

In Nova Scotia, Regional Enterprise Networks (RENs) are
leading a collaborative approach to economic development
and supporting business growth.
Click here for some recent updates from each of
Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks for October 2020.

Cape Breton Partnership Kicks Off #CapeBretonFirst

As Cape Breton – Unama’ki’s private sector-led economic development organization, the Cape Breton Partnership is dusting off the well-known Think Cape Breton First brand, and launching #CapeBretonFirst, an Island-wide campaign to encourage Cape Bretoners to buy, eat, and stay local.

September 2020 NSRENs Update

In Nova Scotia, Regional Enterprise Networks (RENs) are
leading a collaborative approach to economic development
and supporting business growth.
Click here for some recent updates from each of
Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks for September 2020.

Cumberland County shows there are plenty of jobs

Source: Saltwire.com: Aug 31, 2020 AMHERST – The grass is not always greener on the other side. It’s an old adage, but one Cumberland County business leaders are trying to get through to their employees and those who may be entering the job market for the first time. Several manufacturers in the county have joined… Read more »

August 2020 NSRENs Update

In Nova Scotia, Regional Enterprise Networks (RENs) are
leading a collaborative approach to economic development
and supporting business growth.
Click here for some recent updates from each of
Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks for August 2020.

Calling all Cape Breton Employers! Cape Breton Partnership launches Online Job Board

Cape Breton Island, NS – The Cape Breton Partnership has created www.capebretonjobboard.com, Cape Breton’s first online job board for Cape Breton employers and job seekers locally, nationally and internationally. Employers from across the Island are encouraged to promote any vacant jobs and job seekers are asked to visit the site frequently as new job opportunities are advertised.