The Working Group on Economic Issues (WGEI) on Sustainable Development, a team of employees from RDÉE Canada and the Network’s twelve member organizations, aims to improve human well-being and social equity while reducing environmental risks and the scarcity of resources.
Repositioning: 17 recommendations from the report of the Centre québécois de développement durable entitled: Réflexion stratégique sur le repositionnement du RDÉE Canada et de ses membres en économie verte [Strategic Reflection on Repositioning RDÉE Canada and its Members in the Green Economy].
Training for 16 members of the WGEI on Sustainable Development in September 2017 on the use of sustainable development management tools for SMEs with respect to one of the report’s recommendations
Preparation of a draft national structuring project on sustainable business development, whose main objective is to increase the performance and competitiveness of small and medium-sized businesses in Francophone and Acadian communities by helping them better position themselves to meet new expectations and market requirements regarding sustainable development.
The Economic Corridor
RDÉE Canada is a proud partner of the Forum économique international des Amériques (FÉIA), which brings together top economic experts and political leaders from around the world to discuss current issues affecting the global economy.
Participation in the Forum économique international des Amériques Conference in Montreal
RDÉE Canada’s CEO conducted a workshop entitled “Immigration et main-d’œuvre : composer avec une plus grande mobilité international” [Immigration and the Workforce: Dealing with Greater International Mobility].
On the photo: Workshop speakers: Marta Morgan, Deputy Minister, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Canada, Werner Wnendt, German Ambassador to Canada, Pedro Antunes, Deputy Chief Economist, Conference Board of Canada, Patrick Snider, Senior Director, Skills Policy and Immigration, Canadian Chamber of Commerce.