Content Tagged with: Education

Toronto-based Lingo Media Corporation, an English language learning company, has signed a US$1 million partnership agreement with Advancina, LLC, an applications developer with offices in Sunnyvale...
A new Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada opinion poll found 60% of respondents who employ Canadians for Asia-related work say it is difficult to find qualified Canadians with the appropriate level of...
In this survey, Canadians engaged in Asia were asked to examine different dimensions of Canada-Asia relations when it comes to education, and the role it might play in helping Canada build closer...
Manulife Financial, a Toronto-headquartered financial services group, announced the 'Manulife: Entry into Asia Challenge' competition that will provide undergraduate and graduate business students...
This video by Vania Chan and Nancy Lee explores the recently-started Early Mandarin Bilingual Program at Norquay Elementary School in Vancouver. This video was created in response to a call-out for...
Three questions with filmmaker Anthony Grieco. What’s the key message you want people to take away from this story? We have been building connections across the Pacific in all manner of ways (...
Four questions with filmmakers Vania Chan and Nancy Lee. What gave you the idea to make a video about a Mandarin bilingual program in Canada?  Asia has had a significant impact on Canada, especially...
A sister province relationship is being formally established between Yukon and Shaanxi Province, China, to enhance mutual understanding and friendship, and consolidate and develop cooperation...
Publication (News Service - C-A News) September 2012
The Alberta Government signed agreements with two business development organizations, the China National Petroleum Corporation-Alberta Petroleum Centre (CAPC) and the Canada-China Business Council (...
The New Brunswick government has extended a contract to provide its curriculum and educational expertise to the Canadian International School in Beijing and other AKD Schools in China. The agreement...
Skills/Compétences Canada, an Ottawa-based not-for-profit organization that promotes careers in skilled trades and technologies, will lead a youth delegation, representing skilled trade and...
A new report comparing Canadian and Chinese achievements in education and skills development finds that Canada is in danger of losing ground in the global economy unless educators and governments...
Vancouver-based China Education Resources Inc. (CER) announced that it has concluded an arrangement with the Teaching & Research Division of Shanxi province in China to customize CER’s School...
During BC Premier Clark's Jobs and Trade Mission trip to Japan, several agreements were announced between universities and organizations in Canada and Japan. The University of Northern British...
Vancouver-based CIBT Education Group Inc.'s subsidiary, CIBT School of Business China, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Whampoa University of Beijing (WU) to establish a global...
Publication (News Service - C-A News) April 2012
Saskatchewan Minister of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (AAEI), Rob Norris, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Dr. Braj Sinha on behalf of the Shastri Indo-Canadian...
Premier Christy Clark announced a second jobs and trade mission to Japan, Korea and the Philippines from May 12-20. The mission will focus on strengthening business relationships in those countries...
BC Premier Christy Clark launched a new transportation strategy aimed at expanding trading opportunities with Asia. The new Pacific Gateway Transportation Strategy 2012-2020 aims to increase road...
China Education Resources, Inc., a Vancouver-based technology provider of online learning, training courses, social networking and tools for education professionals, has been selected by Guizhou...

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