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INTRODUCTION TO CEDC AND THE COMMUNITY
The CEDC can work with you to support and enhance your business. Our overview brochure explains more. Preview the Brochure by viewing our online version, or, download an electronic PDF copy.
Supporting and Enhancing Business Adobe PDF, 4 pages, 97 KB
2008-2009 BUSINESS RETENTION AND EXPANSION PROJECT
Following the release of its Strategic Action Plan in August 2008, the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) initiated a Business Retention and Expansion (BR&E) project. The goal of this project is to identify roadblocks and barriers to growth as well as generate opportunities for existing businesses operating in Thunder Bay. Preview the Report by viewing our online version, or, download an electronic PDF copy.
BR&E Project Adobe PDF, 70 pages, 1.29 MB
Key Data and Decision-Making InformationThe CEDC compiles a community profile to assist your business in attaining essential information for decision making. This extensive profile includes community information, demographics, statistics and labour market data. Visit the Community Profile page for a complete index.
STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN FOCUSES EFFORTS
We are living in a period of unprecedented change because of evolving global competitive trading relationships. The Strategic Plan must therefore possess the built-in flexibility to allow for the allocation of critical resources to focus on the development of new sectors of opportunity as they evolve over the next 24 months. Visit the Strategic Action Plan page for more information and to view the complete plan.
LABOUR POOL ANALYSIS FOR WHALEN ICT PROJECT
The following labour analysis of graduates from Lakehead University and Confederation College has been undertaken to evaluate the potential of staffing the Whalen Building with Information Communication Technology (ICT) related tenants from 2010 to 2014, in keeping with a 5 year lease up strategy.
Labour Pool Analysis for Whalen ICT Project Adobe PDF, 14 pages, 143 KB
LITERATURE REVIEW OF "GATEWAYS"
This report has been compiled to provide an overview of Gateways and Inland Container Ports which are being created in response to evolving trade patterns with developing countries around the planet. The United States, Australia, Mexico, and many other jurisdictions around the globe are using these infrastructure assets to improve the attractiveness of locating manufacturing inside strategically located inland ports located along major transportation corridors. The report supplies a synopsis of global trends and their economic impact on regions, in job creation and investment.
Literature Review of "Gateways" Adobe PDF, 60 pages, 2.84 MB