Jessica Ferlaino

March 2024Making a MomA Look at Perinatal Care in Canada

March 2024

Making a Mom

A Look at Perinatal Care in Canada

Canada is recognized as part of the developed world where quality of life standards are high, but this reputation is slowly (or quickly, depending on your experience) sinking into decline. This is true of social determinants of health like education, housing, food insecurity, and especially health care, particularly for women, women of colour, and low-income individuals.

Construction & Development | September 2023Built for Real LifeCardel Homes

Construction & Development | September 2023

Built for Real Life

Cardel Homes

A home is a sacred place where individuals live their lives to the fullest, something that Cardel Homes is deeply aware of. For 50 years, this family-owned homebuilder has continually grown its capacity and thus, its impact, a testament to the homes it has built, the spaces it has created and the relationships it has formed in the many communities it serves across North America.

Construction & Design | July 2023A Legacy in ActionHousley Group

Construction & Design | July 2023

A Legacy in Action

Housley Group

Housley Group is a full-service utility construction company that got its start as Housley Communications in 1980 when one man, the late Robert (Bob) D. Housley, took a vision, one employee, and a solitary piece of equipment and set out to provide a single service exceptionally well. They worked hard burying telephone drops for major...

2023 | April 2023 | Sustainability & Food SecurityAdvocating for OrganicCanada Organic Trade Association (COTA)

2023 | April 2023 | Sustainability & Food Security

Advocating for Organic

Canada Organic Trade Association (COTA)

The Canadian organic industry represents over 7,900 producers of a number of commodities including food and beverages, livestock and livestock feed, fibre, and many others. In 2022, the industry grew to $9.35 billion, with the non-food sector growing at a faster rate than food and beverage, although the latter represents 80 percent of the total market. Yet despite the sector’s great promise and strong growth year over year, myriad barriers are preventing the organic market from reaching its full potential, and the Canada Organic Trade Association (COTA) is at the forefront of efforts to make Canada a leader in organic.

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