Executive

Tourism Intelligence Network in OLMCs – Analysis No. 13

April 19th, 2018|Blog, Business exchange, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Communications and Marketing, Culture, Customer Service, Economic Immigration, Economic Youth, Ecorismo Canada, Education, Éducation, Employability, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainable Development, Executive, Immigrants, Management, Media, Network, NPO, Partnership, Politicians, Public, Researchers, Sale, SMEs, Social media, Statistics, Tourism, Trade Missions, Transport, University, Women, Youth|

TOURISM Intelligence Network in OLMCs RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité), the only national Francophone economic development and employability network, together with the CEDEC (Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation), and the UQAM (University of Quebec at Montreal), through the UQAM’s School of Management (ESG) Transat Chair in Tourism have teamed up to create a working consortium to establish an intelligence service for obtaining and sharing value-added information on tourism [...]

Getting Local Communities Involved in Tourism

December 14th, 2017|Blog, Business exchange, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Communications and Marketing, Construction, Culture, Customer Service, Ecorismo Canada, Education, Éducation, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainable Development, Executive, Green Economy, Immigrants, Informatics, Management, Media, Network, NPO, Partnership, Politicians, Politics, Public, Researchers, Sale, SMEs, Social media, Tourism, Trade Missions, Transport, University, Women, Youth|

TOURISM Intelligence Network in OLMCs RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité), the only national Francophone economic development and employability network, together with the CEDEC (Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation), and the UQAM (University of Quebec at Montreal), through the UQAM’s School of Management (ESG) Transat Chair in Tourism have teamed up to create a working consortium to establish an intelligence service for obtaining and sharing value-added information on tourism [...]

Tourism Intelligence Network in OLMCs – Analysis No. 11

December 07th, 2017|Blog, Business exchange, Communications and Marketing, Culture, Ecorismo Canada, Education, Éducation, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainable Development, Executive, Immigrants, Media, Network, NPO, Partnership, Politicians, Public, Researchers, SMEs, Social media, Tourism, University, Women, Youth|

TOURISM Intelligence Network in OLMCs RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité), the only national Francophone economic development and employability network, together with the CEDEC (Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation), and the UQAM (University of Quebec at Montreal), through the UQAM’s School of Management (ESG) Transat Chair in Tourism have teamed up to create a working consortium to establish an intelligence service for obtaining and sharing value-added information on tourism [...]

Conclusive data on the socio-economic impact of RDÉE Canada

October 05th, 2017|Blog, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Communiqués du RDÉE Canada, Customer Service, Economic Immigration, Economic Youth, Éducation, Employability, Entrepreneurship, Executive, Media, Network, NPO, Politicians, Private, Public, Researchers, Statistics, Tourism, University|

For the first time in its history, RDÉE Canada and its Network conducted a comprehensive accountability exercise, compiling data to meticulously measure their contribution to the growth of Francophone and Acadian communities. Ottawa, 3 October 2017. RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité) is pleased to present the socio-economic impact study of its Network. This accountability exercise documents the socio-economic impact of the national Network as a whole through an [...]

The Economic Francophonie in 3D: Dialogue to Promote Cooperation

September 27th, 2017|Blog, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Communiqués du RDÉE Canada, Culture, Customer Service, Economic Immigration, Economic Youth, Éducation, Employability, Entrepreneurship, Executive, Immigrants, Media, NPO, Partnership, Politicians, Politics, Private, Public, Researchers, SMEs, Tourism, University, Youth|

Ottawa, September 27 2017 –  At the national conference for Francophone economic development, RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité), in partnership with the Canadian Foundation for Cross-cultural Dialogue, brought together the Network's friends and founders on September 25 to celebrate the accomplishments of the RDÉE network during its 20 years of providing services and promoting economic development in Francophone and Acadian communities (FACs) across the country. Drawing inspiration [...]

A unique strategic alliance promoting Canada’s offer of early childhood services in French

September 25th, 2017|Blog, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Communiqués du RDÉE Canada, Culture, Éducation, Employability, Entrepreneurship, Executive, Partnership, Public, SMEs, University, Youth|

Ottawa, September 25 2017. A unique strategic alliance was signed today by the ACUFC (Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne), the CNPF (Commission nationale des parents francophones), and RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité) to enhance the offer of early childhood services in French across the country. Building on the complementarity of their respective mandates, the three national organizations have joined forces to explore and [...]

Tourism Human Resource Management: Challenges, Trends and Opportunities

April 24th, 2017|Atlantic Canada, Blog, Business exchange, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Center, Communications and Marketing, Culture, Ecorismo Canada, Entrepreneurship, Executive, Green Economy, Immigrants, Media, Network, Northern Canada, NPO, Partnership, Politicians, Private, Public, Researchers, Sale, SMEs, SMEs, Social media, Tourism, Transport, University, Western Canada, Women, Youth|

TOURISM Intelligence Network in OLMCs RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité), the only national Francophone economic development and employability network, together with the CEDEC (Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation), and the UQAM (University of Quebec at Montreal), through the UQAM’s School of Management (ESG) Transat Chair in Tourism have teamed up to create a working consortium to establish an intelligence service for obtaining and sharing value-added information on tourism [...]

Découvrez tous les finalistes des Lauriers de la PME 2016!

October 22nd, 2016|Blog, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Communications and Marketing, Economic Immigration, Economic Youth, Entrepreneurship, Executive, Immigrants, Media, Politicians, Private, Public, SMEs, SMEs, Youth|

Le RDÉE Canada est une porte d’entrée privilégiée pour faire des affaires en français partout au Canada. Et c'est pourquoi nous sommes fiers de rendre hommage à celles et ceux pour qui tiennent une place bien particulière dans les communautés francophones et acadiennes car ils créent des emplois, diversifient l’économie locale et contribuent à fournir à la francophonie un milieu de vie offrant des opportunités et des perspectives pour le futur: les entrepreneurs francophones! Le [...]

Lumière sur le nouveau vice-président du conseil d’administration : Mike St-Onge

July 12th, 2016|Atlantic Canada, Blog, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Executive, Management|

Bilinguisme à la croisée des chemins du Nouveau-Brunswick Mike St-Onge, assureur à « Edmund’s Town » Mike St-Onge, nouveau vice-président du conseil d’administration du RDÉE Canada, est originaire d’Edmundston, dans le Nord-Ouest du Nouveau-Brunswick. Edmundston est une charmante ville à échelle réduite (17 000 habitants) mais avec la particularité d’être internationale, et stratégique : les habitants, francophones à 95 pour cent et bilingues à 60 pour cent, peuvent carrément changer de pays en [...]

Lumière sur un administrateur du conseil d’administration : Gilles Lanteigne

July 05th, 2016|Atlantic Canada, Blog, Canadian Economic Francophonie, Executive, Finances, Management, Network|

Aux frontières du bilinguisme, une langue contre vents institutionnels et marées démographiques M. Lanteigne sait de quoi il parle quand il s’agit d’affaires et d’institutions dans un contexte bilingue. L’impression que dégage ce diplômé d’économie et finances de l’université de Moncton est celle d’un gestionnaire, au sens large et profond du terme, dont la maturité de jeune cinquantenaire l’a amené à vouloir partager et communiquer sa vaste expérience. Impliqué, comme [...]