Events

2016 Collaborate to Compete
June 02, 2016
Karl Yeh

2016 Collaborate to Compete

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Metro regions have a role to play in economic growth, in transnational trade and in improving the competitiveness of Canada and North America. Through Collaborate to Compete, we bring municipalities together to help with exactly that.  
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2014 Calgary Region as a Transportation Hub
November 18, 2014
Karl Yeh

2014 Calgary Region as a Transportation Hub

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Be part of an informed and diverse group of professionals drawn from governments,  educational institutions and business over two and a half days, in Calgary, to explore the  opportunities that will be driven by our rapidly developing trade networks.

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2014 Regional Tourism Workshop
October 06, 2014
Karl Yeh

2014 Regional Tourism Workshop

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Registration deadline is September 30, 2014

On October 6, 2014 the Partnership of the Manitoba Capital Region (PMCR) along with its partner, Economic Development Winnipeg Inc. will be hosting a Regional Tourism Workshop.

The PMCR feels strongly that a coordinated regional approach to tourism development will assist municipalities in developing and maximizing their potential for tourism development and economic growth not only in their own communities but in the Capital Region as a whole. Tourism offers many benefits gained from attracting visitors and their associated spending.

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2014 Collaborate to Compete
May 29, 2014
Karl Yeh

2014 Collaborate to Compete

Event Completed    |    Prentations & Highlights    |    2015 Collaborate to Compete Event

Why must Canadian metropolitan region's work together to be successful in a global market? How do we leverage our resources to attract businesses, investment and people to our Region? Collaborate to Compete event in Niagara, Ontario in May 2014.

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