PAST PARTNERSHIP EVENTS


05October2017
2017 Investor Summit

The Cape Breton Partnership will host the annual Investor Summit on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at the Keltic Lodge at the Highlands in Ingonish Beach, Cape Breton. The Partnership's Investor Summit brings together over 200 business, community, and government leaders from across Nova Scotia. Summit attendees will have the opportunity to network, collaborate and discuss issues facing the local economy, and be able to provide input on building a strong economic future for Cape Breton and Mulgrave. ACCOMMODATIONS Contact the Keltic Lodge…

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01November2017
Atlantic Cannabis Forum

ARE YOU READY FOR CANADA'S FAST APPROACHING LEGALIZED CANNABIS INDUSTRY? The Canadian cannabis market is growing and now with the legalized market starting on July 1st 2018 we need to prepare. The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to join us for Atlantic Canada’s first cannabis forum where we will be discussing and presenting on the expected upcoming changes and help you prepare for this new emerging market.   We are bringing together industry experts to share what they have been…

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30November2017
Atlantic Immigration – Impacts & Opportunities for your Workplace

Canada’s demographics are changing and Nova Scotia shows no exception. Right now, one of the main challenges is overcoming major gaps within the labour market, because there are more people leaving than entering the workforce. The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available for your workplace.…

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08December2017
Cape Breton Vital Excellence Awards

The NextGen Leadership Society, in collaboration with the Cape Breton Partnership, is hosting the fourth annual Vital Cape Breton Excellence Awards on Friday, December 8, at Centre 200 in Sydney. The Vital Awards bring together community and business leaders to recognize the success and talents of our region's exceptional youth between the ages of 16 and 40, as well as employers who create employment and rewarding work environments for young professionals.   The award categories and nomination criteria include: Vital…

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17January2018
Cape Breton Partnership Open House

Join us for an open house showcasing the Cape Breton Partnership’s new office location. In collaboration with the Construction Association of Nova Scotia, enjoy an afternoon of networking and connecting.

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18January2018
Atlantic Immigration – Opportunities for Your Workplace – Chéticamp

Canada’s demographics are changing and Nova Scotia shows no exception. Many businesses are wondering how they can overcome major gaps in the labour market when more people are leaving than entering the workforce. The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers on Immigration in Atlantic Canada to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available…

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23January2018
Atlantic Immigration – Opportunities for Your Workplace – Port Hawkesbury

Canada’s demographics are changing and Nova Scotia shows no exception. Many businesses are wondering how they can overcome major gaps in the labour market when more people are leaving than entering the workforce. The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers on Immigration in Atlantic Canada to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available…

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07February2018
Atlantic Immigration – Opportunities for Your Workplace – Inverness

Canada’s demographics are changing and Nova Scotia shows no exception. Many businesses are wondering how they can overcome major gaps in the labour market when more people are leaving than entering the workforce. The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers on Immigration in Atlantic Canada to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available…

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14February2018
Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) – ICT/Digital Information Session

The Cape Breton Partnership, in collaboration with Innovacorp, would like to invite you to attend an information session on the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) and how your organization can benefit from it. The AIP is an innovative program – part of the federal government’s Atlantic Growth Strategy – that was developed to help businesses fill labour gaps and grow. It is for employers in any sector who are trying to overcome challenges that are hindering sustainability and/or growth opportunities. Some…

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05March2018
Atlantic Immigration – Opportunities for your Workplace – Baddeck

The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers on Immigration in Atlantic Canada to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available for your workplace. We will have information on the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP), the Local Immigration Partnership (LIP), and the Connector Program. The AIP is an innovative program – part of the…

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08March2018
Mental Health Lunch & Learn

Presented by St. John Ambulance, this lunch & learn session will explore topics associated with mental illness, such as reducing stigma, increasing awareness, and discussing options for someone in a mental health crisis. This session will also provide information on mental health first aid, a program delivered by St. John Ambulance.

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20March2018
Think Export Now Conference

The Think Export N.O.W. Conference will bring together export related government partners, organizations, current exporters and companies thinking of exporting to collaborate on addressing the barriers of exporting products and services to national and international markets. Attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in an interactive dialogue with the luncheon keynote speaker. If you have a company, and have an interest in exporting for the first time or would like to expand your sales in existing or new markets,…

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22March2018
Slips, Trips, and Falls Lunch & Learn

Slips, Trips and Falls (STF) are one of the major causes of injuries for Nova Scotia workers. Injured Workers who suffer a STF average 92 lost days from work. The primary contributors are ice and snow, water and liquid, getting in and out a vehicle, or going up and down steps and stairs. On average 1,403 claims each year missed time from work due to a Slip, Trip or Fall. Presented by WCB Nova Scotia, this lunch and learn session…

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28March2018
Atlantic Immigration – Opportunities for your Workplace – Ingonish

The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers on Immigration in Atlantic Canada to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available for your workplace. We will have information on the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP), the Local Immigration Partnership (LIP), and the Connector Program. The AIP is an innovative program – part of the…

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02May2018
Atlantic Immigration – Opportunities for your Workplace – Arichat

The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend an information session for employers on Immigration in Atlantic Canada to understand the changing labour market needs in Cape Breton, the new initiatives being put forward by the provincial and federal government, and a current list of solutions available for your workplace. We will have information on the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP), the Local Immigration Partnership (LIP), and the Connector Program. The AIP is an innovative program – part of the…

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15May2018
Safety First in Cape Breton Symposium

The Cape Breton Partnership will be hosting the sixth annual Safety First in Cape Breton Symposium in collaboration with WCB Nova Scotia, and the Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education, held at Cape Breton University on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. The Safety First in Cape Breton Symposium will mark the ending of week-long activities in Cape Breton to celebrate North American Occupational Safety and Health Week from May 6-12, 2018. This event is aimed at workplace safety committee professionals, managers, human resource professionals and small business owners.…

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17May2018
Victoria County Business Dinner

The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to attend the Victoria County Business Dinner, which will be hosted by the Cape Breton Regional Enterprise Network on Thursday, May 17 at the Keltic Lodge at the Highlands. You are welcomed to join members of the private sector community for an evening to celebrate and support local business, foster collaboration, and engage in discussion. The event will feature a keynote address from Mike MacSween (Executive Director, Celtic Colours International Festival), as well as…

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28May2018
Dingwall: The Early Days at CBU

Presented by the Cape Breton Partnership, in collaboration with Cape Breton University, David C. Dingwall, President & Vice-Chancellor of Cape Breton University, will highlight the early days of his term and affirm CBU’s crucial role to the future prosperity of Cape Breton Island. As a key driver of economic, social and cultural activity in the only significantly-sized urban centre outside of the Halifax Regional Municipality, CBU is an asset to the region, positively impacting many communities across Cape Breton Island.…

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19June2018
Succession Readiness Workshop – Ensuring Your Future

Do you run a small to medium sized business in Nova Scotia? The Cape Breton Partnership invites you to a 3-hour workshop to help you understand more about Succession Planning for your business, presented by Grant Thornton. Key Topics Include: Succession Planning 101: What Does It Really Mean Valuing a Business, How To Properly Assess Your Operation The Selling Process, The Steps & What To Expect Increasing the Value of Your Business, How To Do It & Why It's Important Tax Implications, Selling…

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OTHER LOCAL EVENTS

23Jun
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Announcement Read More
02Jun
Cabotto Chocolates Grand Opening Read More
21Jun
Innovation Ceilidh Read More