Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year selections over the years

first_imgTORONTO – A list of The Canadian Press business newsmakers of the year, as determined in an annual poll of newsrooms across the country:2017: Finance Minister Bill Morneau2016: The Foreign Investor2015: Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz2014: Former Tim Hortons CEO Marc Caira2013: Loblaw executive chairman Galen G. Weston2012: Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney2011: Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, co-CEOs of Research in Motion2010: Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty2009: Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of Research in Motion2008: Maple Leaf Foods CEO Michael McCain2007: Media tycoon Conrad Black2006: Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty2005: Media tycoon Conrad Black2004: Media tycoon Conrad Black2003: Media tycoon Conrad Blacklast_img read more

World Wetlands Day 2018 Wetlands for a Sustainable Urban Future Wetland cleanup

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 25, 2018 – Providenciales – On the 2nd of February each year World Wetlands Day is celebrated.  This day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar.  The Department of Environment and Coastal Resources (DECR), together with the Turks & Caicos National Trust (TCNT), will be hosting Wetland Clean-ups to commemorate this day, as well as to take the opportunity to teach the community at large, about the importance of conserving wetlands in the Turks & Caicos Islands.Join the DECR on Saturday, 3 February, from 07:30 – 09:00am at Wheeland Pond, Blue Hills, Providenciales or at North Creek (meeting point: west side of the mouth) in Grand Turk in an attempt to conserve our wetlands for a sustainable urban future! Related Items: Please take this opportunity to get involved in your local community and to ensure wetlands for a sustainable urban future!For more details, please contact Amy Avenant (DECR Environmental Outreach Coordinator) at 338-4176 or [email protected]: TCIG Wetlands are often an undervalued natural resource and are important to the TCI for the following reasons:Wetlands ensure fresh water and replenish ground water;Wetlands purify and filter harmful toxins;Wetlands are a breeding ground for many commercially important fish species;Wetlands provide vital habitats for migratory birds;Wetlands ease flooding and safeguard against drought;Wetlands reduce the impacts of erosion; andWetlands provide sustainable livelihoods. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more