Wednesday, December 04, 2013 04:18 PM
Oye! Press Releases
The buzz of excitement is high at Dyversity Communications Inc., the leading multicultural agency in Canada. On November 7, 2013, its President & CEO, Albert Yue was on stage receiving the Ontario Award for Leadership in Immigrant Employment from the Ministry of Citizenship and
Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is celebrated the world over with the lighting of traditional diyas (earthen lamps) and fireworks. In Canada too, thousands of South Asians will be celebrating the 'victory of good' with new clothes, traditional foods, family gatherings and lots of
“Whether you are in the first few years of operation or have
As a business owner you're probably looking forward to seeing your business grow over time. With an effective growth strategy, you can successfully plan for growth or be prepared when it takes you by surprise.
Ten Cricket, a 24-hours sports channel dedicated to the gentleman’s sport, can be viewed for free on Rogers Digital TV between August 15 and October 14, 2013. Promising an exciting innings for cricket fans in Canada, this free preview brings the world’s best cricketing action
As Canadian Tire Motorsport Park continues with its extensive renovations and facility improvements, the next phase of the future will be an expansion to the Driver Development Centre.
To accommodate the upgrades to the Driver Development Centre at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, the half-mile
Public Mobile today announced its acquisition by Thomvest Seed Capital Inc., the Toronto-based investment vehicle of Peter J. Thomson, and Cartesian Capital, a New York-based private equity firm. With the acquisition, Thomvest and Cartesian invested the first tranche of a commitment to
Acura today announced that the all-new NSX supercar will be produced at a new Performance Manufacturing Center in Ohio, a $70 million advanced production facility encompassing 184,000 square feet to be housed inside Honda’s former North American Logistics facility and located in the midst of
Do you have faith in your local police department?