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CPPIB Hitting Another Level?

Valerie Jones of Rigzone reports, Williams, CPPIB to Form $3.8B Shale Gas JV:Williams and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) have entered into an agreement to create a $3.8 billion joint venture which will expand CPPIB’s exposure in the North American natural gas market.CPPIB will inves ...

Tudor Jones Fears a Revolution?

Christine Idzelis of Institutional Investor reports, Why Paul Tudor Jones Fears a ‘Revolution’:The rich are getting worried.Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones; Robert Shiller, the Yale University professor who is a co-winner of the Nobel Prize in economic sciences; and DoubleLine C ...

Energy Efficient or Eco Design

Green Commercial Architecture that Fails Sustainability Test It takes more than green construction materials to create a sustainable design. Apply three tests to verify the sustainability of green buildings. Many organizations are joining the rush to be sustainable, using green buil ...

The Value of GBA+ in Understanding Canadian Immigration Policy Outcomes

Sara Rose Taylor  Research Associate II Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s recent Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration integrated Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) throughout. But what exactly is GBA+ and what does it have to do with understanding Canadian immigration ...

2018 CIO of the Year – Private Sector – Mark Saunders

PRIVATE SECTOR WINNER: MARK SAUNDERS 2018 Private Sector CIO of the Year award winner Mark Saunders joined Sun Life Financial in 2009. At that time, Sun Life was not spending much on IT or innovation. However, Saunders was instrumental in Sun Life’s change of course, hiring not only the technical ...

People’s Choice Award: Speaking with Stephen Heard, the mind behind Scientist Sees Squirrel

Connie Tang, Chemistry co-editor   Stephen Heard is a professor of environmental ecology at the University of New Brunswick, although you may know him as Steve, the author of the science blog Scientist Sees Squirrel, which is this year’s winner for the Science Borealis and Science Writers and Com ...

Asus ZenBook S UX391 Review: Hot and expensive, but a great Ultrabook

The ZenBook S UX391 is a fantastic machine for those who work on the road. Sporting an innovative hinge that lifts the base, it improves both cooling and ergonomics. A quad-core processor ensures that it can keep pace with office tasks and even some light multimedia editing. It does, however, run ...

Chatter Research uses AI to make collecting feedback feel less weird [Ingenious winner]

Chatter Research is winning the Ingenious Award for new innovative companies thanks to its clever chatbot approach to collecting user feedback. ...

Cisco middleware solution create ‘healing’ environment for Halton Healthcare [Ingenious Award winner]

For partnering with Cisco and creating a smart hospital Halton Healthcare has won the Large Public Sector award for the Ingenious Awards. ...

CAAT's DBPlus Helps Grow Membership?

Martha Porado of Benefits Canada reports, CAAT wins pension performance award for membership growth strategy:The Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology pension plan’s plan to share its expertise with as many Canadian workers as possible nabbed it the award for pension performance at Benefits Can ...