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Adecco Services de Ressources Humaines Ltée.
Alberta GovernmentRead More
Alberta Infrastructure is responsible for infrastructure planning, and building and managing government-owned infrastructure. The ministry works with other ministries to ensure Albertans have the schools, hospitals, and other public infrastructure necessary to meet the needs of a growing economy and population.
Quality infrastructure is the backbone of a vibrant and growing economy. Through leadership, expertise, and collaboration Alberta Infrastructure works to provide innovative, high quality, and well-designed public infrastructure for Albertans, contributing to the province's prosperity and quality of life.
For more info about Alberta Infrastructure and the Government of Alberta visit www.infrastructure.alberta.ca
CS CO-OP/CS Alterna BankRead More
Approximately 85 cents of every dollar at Alterna is re-invested in our communities in the form of mortgages and loans.
Alterna Savings also owns a subsidiary bank called Alterna Bank which allows us to bring our cooperative philosophy beyond Ontario's borders.
Aon HewittRead More
Atlantic LotteryRead More
ALC was founded in 1976, shortly after the founding of government lotteries elsewhere in Canada. While ALC's first games were only played on a regional basis, it quickly joined the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation, which offered national draws.
ALC has been seen by some as an innovator in lottery technology. In 1988, they became the first lottery organization in the world to print a bar code on all draw and scratch tickets, allowing for instant verification of a prize. In 1990, they introduced the first legal video lottery terminals in Canada. The introduction of PlaySphere in 2004 allowed users to play the lottery over the Internet, another first.
Since 1976, ALC has awarded more than $5.5 billion in prizes and paid out $5.9 billion in profits to its four shareholders.
Bank of CanadaRead More
Canada Wide Media LimitedRead More
From creating the latest in digital media to high-end printed publications, they do it all. They proudly publish over 50 quality products (at last count) including 11 self-owned magazines, 30 custom publications for leading clients, 10 eNewsletters, and 8 "very cool" websites. They even do books. They have over 6 million readers.
Canadian Government Executive MagazineRead More
Canadian Government Executive is the journal of record for public sector executives. Moving into their 19th year of publishing, CGE reaches a wide national audience of senior decision-makers and managers across federal, provincial and municipal jurisdictions.
Our mission is to contribute to excellence in public sector management. Our contributors are among the sector's most well-known and respected thought leaders. Through high quality editorial, extensive networking opportunities, a large and enthusiastic readership, and high readership recognition and use of advertisers' products and services, CGE has become the market leader.
Published 10 times a year, CGE reaches a monthly audience of 17,500 subscribers. In addition, each issue enjoys a pass-along readership of 22,000 (Mendon and Associates study). Online, approximately 20,000 readers per month regularly peruse interviews and articles while our weekly e-newsletter reaches over 9,500 subscribers in the National Capital Region. In all, CGE reaches up to 60,000 public sector leaders and decision-makers every month.
Croix-Rouge canadienneRead More
Canadian Red Cross is a national charitable agency whose mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world. The Ontario Zone of the Red Cross operates Community Support Services funded through the Local Health Integration Networks (Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Ontario), United Way, and private donations to operate such programs as Meals on Wheels, transportation, Health Equipment Loan Programs, and others.
For more information visit www.redcross.ca
Ceridian Canada Ltd.
City of BarrieRead More
City of MarkhamRead More
In July, 2010 Markham was proud to receive NQI certification at the NQI PEP® Level 3 Integrated Quality and Healthy Workplace® , and the Canada Awards for Excellence – Silver.
City of ReginaRead More
City of WinnipegRead More
After limited growth for 15 years, Winnipeg's population is rapidly increasing, outpacing previous forecasts. In 2009, the population of Winnipeg was 675,100. Over the last 10 years, Winnipeg's population has grown by over 44,000 people; 9,200 more in 2009 alone (Statistics Canada, 2010). This growth is driven primarily by increased levels of immigration and a combination of fewer people leaving and more people coming from other parts of the country. The Conference Board of Canada is projecting even stronger population growth for Winnipeg in the coming years. 180,000 new people are anticipated to make Winnipeg their home by 2031.
A growing population provides Winnipeg's public service with an opportunity to think more strategically about ways to accomodate residential, employment, commercial, and other kinds of growth. It solidifies the City's needs to plan more sustainably in order to address the economics of development and public services, and to address the needs of all Winnipeggers through increased choice. The administration employs over 9,000 full time employees and offers a diverse range of municipal services across the City. The City is bound by the Province of Manitoba's City of Winnipeg Charter.
Members of the Council (16), other than the Mayor, are elected on the basis of one each from the sixteen wards into which the City has been divided. The Mayor is elected at large.
For more invormation visit www.winnipeg.ca
CMA Ontario /Certified Management Accountants of OntarioRead More
Delta HotelsRead More
Diversicare Canada Management Services Co., Inc.Read More
Globalive / WIND MobileRead More
Government of Ontario
Canada Life Assurance CompanyRead More
We are pleased to support NQI in promoting wellness, including mental health, and encouraging exemplary principles and practices.
Great-West Life and NQI are building stronger communities together.
Herzig Eye InstituteRead More
Hill+Knowlton StratégiesRead More
Hill+Knowlton Strategies is a proud recipient of the Progressive Excellence Program (PEP) Quality Level 4 Certification and the Canada Awards for Excellence Gold Award for Quality from Excellence Canada. They were recently recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Canada for 2011.
Information Services CorporationRead More
ISC has established itself as the trusted and secure provider of Saskatchewan's critical registries: the Land Registry, the Saskatchewan Personal Property Registry (SPPR), the Vital Statistics Registry, the Corporate Registry, and the Legal Survey Plan Registry. In addition, ISC maintains the foundational Legal Survey System, Geographic Information Systems, and provides a wide range of related services to customers both inside and outside of Saskatchewan.
Manulife FinancialRead More
Manulife Financial is a leading Canadian-based financial services group serving millions of customers in 19 countries and territories worldwide. Operating as Manulife Financial in Canada and Asia, and primarily through John Hancock in the United States, the Company offers clients a diverse range of financial protection products and wealth management services through its extensive network of employees, agents and distribution partners.
In 2009, Metrolinx merged with GO Transit, the regional public transit service. The organization grew further with the addition of the Air Rail Link in 2010, which will be a premium express rail shuttle service between Union Station and Pearson Airport. Most recently it added another operating division in 2011 - PRESTO - an electronic fare card that allows riders to transfer seamlessly across multiple transit systems. For more information, go to www.metrolinx.com or click the link above.
OTIP/RAEO Insurance BrokersRead More
OTIP continues to grow, providing a full range of group and individual insurance products and employing over 300 staff members. Our commitment to quality extends across our organization and is entrenched in our corporate culture. In 2008, we set and successfully achieved our corporate goal of obtaining NQI PEP® Level 3.
Aide à l'enfance - Région de PeelRead More
We are proud to have achieved Level 2 of NQI’s Integrated Progressive Excellence Program (NQI PEP®)).
Partner testimonial: Peel District School social worker… one of my students and her mother recently told me that they were treated with respect and that meant a great deal to her and her daughter.
A client: my worker has given me total confidence in myself and that I’m doing a great job raising my children.
For more information visit: www.peelcas.org
Pizza Pizza Limited
PowerStream Inc.Read More
The company, jointly owned by the municipalities of Barrie, Markham and Vaughan, is committed to providing its customers with safe, reliable and efficient service. They achieve this goal by focusing on operational efficiencies and procedures in order to minimize overhead costs and maximize the use of company assets.
Purolator Courier Ltd.Read More
Ricoh Canada Inc.Read More
Ricoh’s fully-integrated hardware and software products help businesses share information efficiently and effectively by enabling customers to control the input, management, and output of documents. Click on the link above for information about Ricoh's complete range of products and services on the World Wide Web.
Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
The Rotman belief is that modern business leaders must develop an ability to find creative solutions in the face of multiple and often conflicting perspectives. Students receive a solid grounding in all the functional areas of business, and then learn how to go beyond them to see the big picture. By drawing upon the tools and insights of Integrative Thinking and Business Design™, they approach each challenge with a disciplined creativity. It's a transformational learning experience that drives each Rotman students' ability to generate value and innovation in a rapidly-changing business environment.
Saint ElizabethRead More
Social Services Department, Region of DurhamRead More
Sun Life of CanadaRead More
Together with our partners, we operate in key markets worldwide, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, India, China. and Bermuda. A market leader in group benefits, we serve more than five million Canadians in over 10,000 corporate, association, affinity, and creditor groups across the country.
Our extensive products, services, and technology enable us to tailor group benefit programs to meet virtually any customer’s needs. We are proud to be NQI’s Champion of Excellence, and NQI’s Canadian Healthy Workplace® Criteria is a cornerstone of our HealthyRETURNS™ workplace health management offering.
Teck Resources LimitedRead More
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The Lowe-Martin GroupRead More
Lowe-Martin has been certified ISO 9001 for over twelve years. We manage sensitive public and private sector print communications and also provide integrity required data management. We are deeply committed to lessening the impact of our industry on the environment. We maintain environmental certifications and continue to implement initiatives to ensure that environmental awareness is firmly established in our corporate culture.
Trans Capital Air Ltd./ Ltée.
Venture Communications Ltd.Read More
VIA Rail CanadaRead More
VIA operates up to 497 trains weekly on 12,500 kilometres of track, and serves 450 communities across the country, from coast-to-coast and north to Hudson Bay. VIA carried over 4 million passengers in 2010.
VIA's fleet includes 396 passenger cars and 78 active locomotives. In addition to 159 railway stations, VIA operates four modern maintenance facilities, and employs some 3,000 people. While VIA owns 223 kilometres of track, most of the infrastructure used by the passenger service is owned and managed by the freight railways, including ten different national and short-line operators.
Windsor Regional HospitalRead More
Their organization is committed to supporting a comprehensive, patient/client/resident and family-centered health system for the citizens of Windsor/Essex County and for some specialized services, Chatham-Kent. In association with their community partners, they provide a wide variety of services that contribute to this community health system.
The engine of Windsor Regional is its staff. This includes employees, professional staff (medical/dental staff, ) and volunteers. Windsor Regional has been recognized and honoured by local, provincial and national organizations for its workplace initiatives. These include the Hospital's vibrant Healthy Lifestyles Program which includes on-site yoga, jazzercise, healthy eating, weight training, walking clinics, and running clinic. Windsor Regional has been recognized for two years running with the Heart Health Action with their Gold Award along with being recognized nationally by the National Quality Institute - NQI PEP(r) Level 2 in their Progressive Excellence Program.
Workplace Safety & Insurance BoardRead More
The WSIB wants and is expected to be a leader in safety, health, and wellness, in the workplace. As such, a Healthy Workplace Committee (HWC) was formed in 2005 to guide the development and implementation of a Healthy Workplace using the NQI PEP® Healthy Workplace® Criteria to assist in the process. NQI PEP® Level 2 was achieved in 2007, and the organization is working towards NQI PEP® Level 3 in 2010.
Workplace Safety & Prevention ServicesRead More
WSPS provides health and safety products, training and consulting to Ontario's agricultural, manufacturing and service sectors, and is a trusted advisor to businesses seeking to boost productivity and profitability by reaching zero work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities.