Associations and Unions


Much has been made of late about the need to boost productivity in Canada, particularly in Atlantic Canada. International studies of productivity consistently show Canada falling short of the [...]


More and more North American companies are choosing to outsource the logistics and warehousing functions of their businesses. Often, in-house logistics are too complex, too costly and too [...]


From non-profit and for-profit corporations, to purchasing groups, associations, multi-hospital systems and healthcare provider alliances, there is one trade association that represents all such [...]


It’s probably safe to assume most Canadians take for granted that much of what we eat, wear, type on, talk into and fuel up with came from outside the country. Most of us are end-product [...]

Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA)

“Water, water everywhere,” as the saying goes, and perhaps as a result we’ve gotten too used to it. Perhaps, surrounded by great lakes, good sewage systems and likely having [...]

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA)

The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) is a member-based organization with head offices in Calgary, and represents Canada’s transmission pipeline companies. CEPA members are some [...]

Canadian Federation of Agriculture

CBJ is pleased to include this piece on the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, as an introduction to the series of content that the association will be providing over the next year The agri-food [...]

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Canada (SCL)

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Canada (SCL) offers its members high-quality, meaningful programming to support their development in the supply chain. The SCL has regional [...]


Decades have seen Canadian women come a long way in the business world. Many have worked hard to move up the professional ladder, earning well-deserved senior positions or starting their own [...]

Saskatchewan Construction Association

The Saskatchewan Construction Association represents approximately 1,500 companies around the province in industrial, commercial and heavy construction, dealing with all the sub-trades and [...]

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