The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is a one-stop shop for economic development services whose mission is to promote the distinctive advantages that Sarnia-Lambton has to offer to companies and residents. By coordinating community-based economic development initiatives and working to maintain a commercially attractive environment, we foster new business creation as well as help ensure that established firms remain and grow here in our region.
Are you a creative, outgoing, self-motivated person who has business marketing and strong communication skills?
The West End Rainy River District is seeking a candidate to fill the position of the Economic Development Officer.
Thank you to all who participated in EDAC’s Wage & Salary Survey. We value this information to provide member to member data that shares of an overall view of economic development budgets, allocations and standards across Canada. Here are some of the interesting findings: The Ec.D. is still in high demand – 78% of respondents have, or are working toward, their Ec.D. 75% of respondents work in Municipal Departments Overall economic development budgets are mostly derived from Municipal funding – … read more
Economic Development is at the heart of every great community. Economic developers have a common objective: building stronger, more resilient, inclusive economies. We are here for you- so we can build a stronger community together. Find out more at: economicdevelopmentmatters.com
Small businesses account for 77% of all private jobs created in Canada, yet fewer than half last to their fifth birthday. Our education partner GoForth Institute offers Canada’s leading online small business training program.
Mark your calendars! At our 49th Annual Conference this past September, you were introduced to our education partner GoForth Institute. GoForth’s Founder and CEO Dr. Leslie McGeough outlined reasons why fewer than half of Canadian small businesses reach their fifth birthday, and how GoForth’s online training improves those odds. Since 2009, GoForth has trained over 10,000 entrepreneurs who learn all the skills they need to start, run, and grow their small business successfully. Our partnership with GoForth is an exciting … read more
Every day, EDAC members are deeply engaged in strengthening our economy and creating opportunities for Canadians and their communities.
We are pleased to say that each round of awards in recent years has included EDAC Members recognized by Development Counsellors International, celebrating the top young leaders in the economic development industry.
On behalf of Greg Borduas, EDAC President ,and Penny Gardiner, EDAC CEO, and the members of the EDAC Board of Directors we are pleased to distribute to the membership a copy of the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) Strategic Vision 2016-2018. The EDAC Board of Directors approved the updated Strategic Vision at its board meeting on September 15, 2016. The original EDAC Strategic Vision was developed by the EDAC Board of Directors in 2012. “I am pleased that the … read more
We are delighted to announce an exciting partnership with EDAC and the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)!