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Western Economic Diversification Canada is pleased to share that the Government of Canada launched the Women Entrepreneurship Fund , a new program under the Budget 2018 Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES). This Fund is part of a comprehensive, whole-of-government plan to help women grow their businesses through access to financing, networks and advice.
The Women Entrepreneurship Fund:
Investments under this program will help women-...
Event Date: November 13, 2018
Location: The Sheraton Wall Centre ( 1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver )
Program: 9:00am-3:00pm, registration opens at 8:30am.
About: A province wide crop planning session for farmers and chefs.
Connecting B.C. farmers, chefs and members of the food and beverage industry to create more opportunities to bring B.C. food to...
Passionate about food and farming in Canada?
You’re invited to the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity 2018 Publi c Trust Summit
New leading edge public trust research and thought provoking speakers Unique opportunity to network with thought leaders from across supply chains and all aspects of our food system from coast to coast Build relationships and learn how to engage to change the conversations about food with transparency Engage to earn trust in our food system better together
Nominations are open for the 2019 Annual Small Business BC Awards! For the last 16 years, the Small Business BC Awards have recognized the contributions and achievements of BC small business owners. Being nominated has its perks! Nominated businesses can leverage the amazing marketing and PR opportunities the Awards present. Nominate today at https://sbbcawards.ca/ .
The Small Business BC Awards recognizes the contributions and achievements of BC small business owners – entrepreneurs just like you.
The Small Business BC...
In four months food businesses may need a licence to import, export or send food across provincial and territorial borders. You may also need a preventive control plan and traceability records.
The Safe Food for Canadians Regulations will make our food system even safer by focusing on prevention and allowing for faster removal of unsafe food from the marketplace. They will reduce unnecessary administrative burden on businesses by replacing 14 sets of regulations with one, and will help...