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J.D. Sweid Foods in Waterloo is hosting a special BBQ on June 10th to help raise awareness and funds for JDRF (the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).


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Increased productivity, enhanced communication skills, a reduction in error rates, positive attitude changes, employee engagement, less absenteeism, and an improvement in health and safety are examples of achievements some companies have recognized through the implementation of Workplace Literacy programs.


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Supply Chain Management was the focus of two best practice networking events in Eastern Ontario this month. Excellent presentations, examples and discussion left participants considering the possibilities for enhancing and developing their own programs and looking for opportunities to become more efficient and expeditious in this area of their operations.


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A very special Water Innovation Forum with a focus on “Driving Adoption of Sustainable Water Solutions in Ontario’s Food and Beverage Industry” is being hosted by OCETA and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs on Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 at the Mississauga Convention Centre.


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Our May SIG event was hosted by Conestoga Meat Packers. Conestoga Meat Packers is a vertically integrated processor of premium quality, fresh pork. They are owned and supplied by a co-operative of 150 Southern Ontario family farmers who got into the processing business because they wanted to supply the Canadian market with the same wholesome, delicious pork their own families were enjoying.


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Heritage, innovation, risk, solid leadership, teamwork, employee development, communication, motivation to be the best that they can be for their customers, for their suppliers, for their workforce, and for the public – these are characteristics that make up a company driven to succeed...



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