Canada needs a national approach to climate policy and carbon pricing, urges the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) in a policy paper: Clean Growth 2.0: How Canada can be a Leader in Energy and Environmental Innovation.
Sustainability transformation will happen at two levels: internally – the company itself – and externally – the system within which the company operates.
During the June 20th TSSS event, attendees were guided through an interactive workshop focused on how to build and sell a compelling business case for deploying more proactive sustainability strategies.
Faveri presented his understanding of what truly defines the Tim Hortons brand – it is about so much more than coffee.
Three top industry influencers, Paul Uys, VP Sustainable Seafood, Loblaw, Hadley Archer, VP Strategic Partnerships, WWF and Tom Janes, Director, Sustainability, Janes Family Foods, explored the opportunities and challenges of working with new and existing stakeholders.
Made in Canada. Three words that say a lot about what defines Canada Goose as a company and as a leader.
As one of only two national grocery retailers in Canada, with over $15 billion dollars in annual sales, Sobeys’ business strategies and decision making have a significant impact on the Canadian retail marketplace.
Cindy Coutts, President of SIMS Canada, spoke to TSSS on March 9, 2011, and opened our eyes to the complex world of electronics recycling.