Nova Scotia – Hurricane Fiona’s impact has been substantial throughout the Atlantic region, on both residents and businesses. To help develop the supports that businesses need the most, the local business community is being asked to share their experiences and needs. Through discussions with both the Federal and Provincial governments on how best to provide support locally,… Read more »
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 »
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 »
The 2019 Partners for Progress Conference has been rescheduled for November 26-27 at the Holiday Inn, Truro, NS.
September 5-6, 2018 – The Partners for Progress Conference brings together private and public sector partners involved in the REN model to identify key areas for improved strategic economic development.