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ANDY CUTTEN ADDED TO THE CAFE CERTIFIED REGISTRY OF ADVISORS

Andy Cutten has been added to the CAFE (Canadian Association of Family Enterprise) Certified Registry of Advisors. This selection reflects his expertise in strategic and transition planning. This leverages his education and profession designations – CA, MBA and CMC. About CAFE In 1983, a group of family business owners formed a network of fellow owners/participants […]

PETER MILLEY PRESENTS TO THE ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED ECONOMISTS

2012-03-02 Atlantic Canada’s Forest Products Industries – Time for a New Value Paradigm? Using wood to generate energy is not a new concept. Man has used wood for heat and light since the beginning of time; and forest products manufacturers have also been using wood fibre to generate heat and electricity for many decades. However, […]

RUTH BLADES JOINS THE BOARD OF PMI NOVA SCOTIA

2011-12-01 Ruth Blades was elected to the PMI Nova Scotia Chapter at the organizations AGM on November 23. Ruth has been a member of PMI since 2008 and in 2011 worked to establish the partnership between PMI-NS and Bide Awhile Animal Shelter on the Golfing for Critters golf tournament. She earned her PMP designation in […]

CANADIAN SCIENCE POLICY CONFERENCE 2011

Halifax Global is proud to be a Silver Sponsor to the Canadian Science Policy Conference 2011. Under the motto of “Building Bridges for the Future of Science Policy”, CSPC 2011 is taking place in Ottawa, Convention Centre, Nov. 16-18. CSPC 2011 will provide a unique opportunity for science, technology and innovation policy stakeholders to get […]

PETER MILLEY JOINS NATIONAL BOARD OF CMC-CANADA

Partner Peter Milley, FCMC, has been elected to the National Board of CMC-Canada, the Canadian Association of Management Consultants. Peter is serving as a Director-at-Large and formally began this new role at the Association’s Annual General Meeting in Winnipeg on October 20th – 21st. He also continues to be active as a member of the […]

ANDY CUTTEN JOINS CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS & EXPORTERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2011-06-23 Halifax Global is pleased to announce that on May 18, 2011 Andy Cutten joined the Board of Directors of CME Nova Scotia. Andy brings a wealth of experience both from his roles as the senior financial officer in several global manufacturing and services businesses while living in the United States as well as from […]

CHRIS HORNBERGER JOINS BOARD OF CMC-CANADA (ATLANTIC CHAPTER)

Chris Hornberger was elected to the Board of Directors of CMC-Canada (Atlantic Chapter) at the AGM on June 9, 2011. Chris will be chairing the Marketing, Communications and Member Services Committee and will also be involved in a global effort to implement the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI) Breakthrough Strategy. In 2008, Chris […]

PETER MILLEY FEATURED SPEAKER AT QUEEN’S BIOMASS CONFERENCE 2011

2011-06-06 Peter Milley presented on “The Biomass to Bioenergy Challenge” at the 4th Annual Queen’s Biomass Conference – Biomass and Ontario’s Green Energy Act, on June 6, 2011, at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. Additional information about the conference agenda and registration can be found on the conference website: www.queensu.ca/qieep/biomass4. Download Peter’s presentation – Wood to […]

PETER MILLEY FEATURED SPEAKER AT “MAKING WOOD WORK” CONFERENCE

2011-05-27 Partner Peter Milley is a featured speaker at the “Making Wood Work” conference being convened by the Newfoundland and Labrador Lumber Producers Association in Grand Falls – Windsor, NL May 25th – 27th, 2011. The theme of Peter’s presentation is “Benefits of Industry Collaboration” and will link directly to NLLPA’s primary objective for the […]

WHAT NOT TO WEAR – CHRIS HORNBERGER QUOTED IN “THE LAWYERS WEEKLY”

By donalee Moulton The Lawyers Weekly February 25, 2011 issue Successful lawyers know the law — they also know they have to dress for success. Image is not everything, but it is essential. The contemporary law office — and the fashion that attaches to it — is likely to be more conservative than avant garde. […]