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Millennium Stimulation Services Ltd. is a hydraulic fracturing company focused in the Williston Basin in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Our primary operations bases are in Estevan, Saskatchewan and Medicine Hat, Alberta. We improve horizontal well production through the use of environmentally sustainable fracturing technologies and practices.
On Friday, April 25th Thomas Lukaszuk, Minister of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour, issued the following statement:
“We agree with the Government of Canada on a number of important points. Canadians must have first access to jobs in this country. The federal Temporary Foreign Worker program has rules, and it is important that they be followed. There have been some recent incidents in the food services sector, and those situations need to be dealt with.
“However, we have concerns about the moratorium the federal government has imposed.
“Alberta’s economy is strong, and our labour market is unique. Unemployment is below five per cent. There are employers who cannot find people, there are people who cannot find jobs, and Alberta has programs for both. Job fairs and websites help job seekers find work. Food services companies and workers participate in these, yet positions remain open.
“It’s the reality of Alberta’s labour market: when jobs remain unfilled, workers are recruited from other sectors, customer service declines, or Canadians already on staff lose shifts or jobs when restaurants close or reduce their hours. Albertans want restaurant services, and companies need temporary foreign workers to provide them.
“There are ways for the federal government to deal with compliance problems in its program. Alberta has services to ensure provincial workplace laws are followed, and we act on complaints received. We have information about workplace rights available for all Alberta workers, and two TFW offices providing information and referrals in 170 languages. In matters under provincial jurisdiction, compliance is focused on the specific employer responsible, not the entire industry. If the federal government is concerned about compliance, we would be happy to help with enforcement of federal requirements.
“Alberta feels it is unfair to freeze an entire sector because there are problems with a few players. We encourage the federal government to clarify the timelines of its review, so that Albertans can continue to get the food services they need.”
Grace Brittain Consulting offers health and social care leadership and management in four main categories:
1) Interim Management: As a Registered Nurse with over 28 years of senior management experience, I can provide temporary coverage for a key manager while they are away or offer the healthcare facility a "fresh eyes" perspective/consultation before or as they are recruiting a permanent key manager. I am also available for conflict resolution and team re-building contracts. I will also assist the transition of a new manager into the facility for a smooth and successful hand off.
2) Health Projects: This is my specialty. I will implement your project from educating staff, to working along side them to monitoring and auditing outcomes and follow-up a few months later to ensure project is moving forward successfully and impressively.
3) Education and Guest Speaking on a variety of areas of interest care issues (topics include but not limited to: Assisted Living, Long Term Care, Dementia, Mental Health, Forensics, functions of administrative tribunals) or I can teach students programs such as Health Care Aide.
4) Advocacy: Assisting the client to navigate through the health system relative to their health care needs. An example would be assisting a family in selecting the most appropriate care facility for a loved one such as a parent as well as monitoring their loved one as they adjust to their new surroundings. This may be of particular interest to families who live a distance away and cannot visit regularly or easily.
Please visit my website for more information.
The more the merrier is a reality at Value Village. Our shelves are bursting with quality merchandise for a selection you have to see to believe — all inside a thrift department store environment that’s easy to shop and easy on the wallet. 5,000-6,000 or more fresh items are stocked each day, and that’s in addition to the fabulous finds already in store. There really is something for everyone.
But not only will you find an amazing treasure trove of gently used, brand-name clothes, toys and household items, you’ll also discover our commitment to your neighborhood and the world at large. Simply put, we’re in the business of helping others.
For you, we offer extraordinary finds at incredible prices. For your community, we turn every donation we receive into revenue that supports local nonprofits like the Canadian Diabetes Association. And for the planet, we give the goods we repurpose a second life, thereby protecting the environment by not adding needlessly to landfills.
Our Medicine Hat store and Community Donation Centre, located at 1368 Trans Canada Way SE, is open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and Sunday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. For more information, contact the store directly at (403) 580-4410 or visit valuevillage.com.
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