You might've seen it yesterday: our government announced a $385,000 grant to study a specific type of green tech in homes. It was at SAIT, and the institution is partnering with ATCO Gas and Brookfield.
Micro-CHP technology may help to make our communities more energy efficient and make net-zero energy a more realistic option for families in Calgary, and all of Western Canada. The type of technology is one of the tools we can equip our society to be more energy efficient, save money, and be more energy independent.
SAIT, with its industry partners, is helping to bring clean technologies to market.
These technologies will promote sustainable development and address the issues of climate change. Micro-CHP technology may help to make our communities more energy efficient and make net-zero energy a more realistic option for families in Calgary, and all of Western Canada....
Le SAIT, en collaboration avec ses partenaires de l’industrie, contribue à la mise en marché de technologies propres.
Ces technologies favoriseront le développement durable et apporteront des solutions aux problèmes liés au changement climatique. La technologie de m-PCCE pourrait accroître l’efficacité énergétique de nos collectivités et offrir aux familles de Calgary et de l’ensemble de l’Ouest canadien une solution plus réaliste en matière de consommation énergétique nette zéro.
I'm here today at the Calgary Police Service headquarters with Canada’s most decorated Olympic athlete Cindy Klassen and newly minted Ski Jumping Canada team member Taylor Henrich who is headed to the 2018 Winter Olympics to represent Canada for the second time at the Winter Games
The progressive agreement reached in Tokyo today is the right deal.
The CPTPP will boost Canada's GDP by $4.2 billion, largely due to the fact that Canadian companies will not have to compete with US firms in CPTPP markets; most importantly Japan.
Our government stood up for Canadian interests: and this agreement meets our objectives of creating and sustaining growth, prosperity and well-paying middle-class jobs today and for generations to come....
For example, the environment chapter is the most ambitious and comprehensive we have ever signed. By suspending provisions on intellectual property (IP) from the original text, we have ensured the industries of tomorrow are secure and can grow right here at home. And the CPTPP will be the largest trading bloc in the world - with11 countries, CPTPP countries representing 495 million people, with a combined GDP of $13.5 trillion, or 13.5% of global GDP.
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Raising a family is hard and sometimes you have to make difficult choices like the Angst-Dole family. But the best place to do it is right here in Alberta.
Christine Angst and her spouse, Jeremy Dole, were lifelong Saskatchewan residents until last November, when they decided to sell everything they owned and move to Alberta in search of work.
Meet the athletes that have been nominated to Team Canada's ski cross team for PyeongChang!
Our government is proud to provide financial support for the ongoing operations of Canadian organizations like the School of Alberta Ballet that specialize in training artists for professional artistic careers. Providing funding for training allows our artists to stand out, succeed and represent Canada on the national and international scene.”
Patrimoine canadien est fier d’accorder une aide financière pour soutenir les activités permanentes d’organismes canadiens, comme l’École de ballet de l’Alberta, et former les artistes qui souhaitent mener une carrière artistique professionnelle. Grâce au financement accordé aux organismes formateurs, nos artistes peuvent se distinguer, connaître du succès et représenter le Canada sur les scènes nationale et internationale.
I'm excited to be at Bow Valley College today with students in The Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement, taking their smart questions and having a robust conversation about our democracy.
You may have heard about the Canada Summer Jobs program.
If you're a small business or a non-profit, check out the program. It is a grant that can fund a student to get their first work experience in your shop over their summer break.
(Here's the link to learn more: www.kenthehrmp.ca/CSJ)
Just in case you missed this - our government and Minister Maryam Monsef is devoting $20 million to gender-based violence services in vulnerable communities throughout Canada.
Before going to the #WomensMarchYYC today I went doorknocking with my mother, Judy.
For those interested in politics and political change: the way forward to making an impact is on the doors. It is one of the best places to have the conversations that can build a better future and take a voice to Ottawa -- conversations like equality, like advocacy for issues important to women and making a better world for all.
And having your mother help is one of the benefits. Truly thankf...ul to all of those women who have been involved in the political process, like my mother, and all those who are coming forward in the days ahead.