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  • Minister Fast and FCM President Woodside Announce Renewed FCM-DFATD Trade Joint Working Group (19/11/2014) - Government of Canada

    The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, and Brad Woodside, Mayor of the City of Fredericton and President of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), today released a joint statement following a meeting with FCM Board of Directors during their annual Advocacy Days in Ottawa
  • CARILED program partners receive warm welcome in Argenteuil  (In language of origin) (18/09/2014) - argenteuil.qc.ca

    The Regional County Municipality of Argenteuil recently hosted a seven-person delegation from Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and Saint Lucia. Through study tours to several local small businesses and community organizations, the delegates learned about the local and regional municipal management system as it pertains to local economic development. 
  • Première entente signée entre la Ville de Témiscaming, Eagle Village et Kipawa  (In language of origin) (22/06/2014) - Radio-Canada

    Une première entente de partenariat a été signée entre la Ville de Témiscaming, la communauté autochtone d'Eagle Village et la Municipalité de Kipawa. L'entente, qui vise le renforcement de la coopération entre les trois partenaires, porte sur le développement de projets dans des domaines tels que le tourisme, l'économie, la santé et l'éducation.
  • Lac Seul - Sioux Lookout pact makes progress (16/06/2014) - Northern Ontario Business

    Sioux Lookout Mayor Dennis Leney and Lac Seul First Nation Chief Clifford Bull said they wowed the audience at the recent Federation of Canadian Municipalities Annual Conference in the Niagara region.
  • Slave Lake Friendship Accord (14/05/2014) - Slave Lake Region Website

    On May 10, 2014 the Sawridge First Nation hosted the Honoring the Fire Round Dance at the Multi-Rec Centre in Slave Lake, which brought together more than 150 people to participate in the traditional Cree Round Dance and included the signing of the Slave Lake Region Friendship Accord.
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