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The Ontario Plowmen’s Association launched the first International Plowing Match and Rural Expo (IPM) in 1913. This annual outdoor agricultural & rural living festival continues to positively influence the province in the areas of agriculture, food, tourism and regional economic development.
IPM 2019 will take place in Verner, an agricultural community in the municipality of West Nipissing, Ontario from September 17 to 21, 2019. The IPM provides a unique tourist experience as it is hosted in a different part of Ontario each year on prime agricultural land. The IPM showcases the host region and builds on the specific features of the region where the event is taking place.
For the IPM, more than 800 acres of farmers’ fields are transformed into a Tented City, Competition Plowing Fields, an RV Park and many free parking fields. On average, over 80,000 people attend the event each year over the course of five days. The event welcomes people of all ages from both rural and urban communities.
The IPM is jam-packed with things to do: daily entertainment from live bands to a rodeo, plowing competitions, over 500 exhibitors, food vendors, an interactive education area and animals, lifestyles and quilting exhibits, and much more. Come join us to have fun, shop, learn, cheer on plowing competitors and tour the community. You can’t experience it all in one day!
IION clients were successful with their NOHFC applications!
Article from The North Bay Nugget
The investment will create 46 full-time and two part-time jobs.
Foraco Canada Ltd. will receive the lion’s share of the funding, with $1.4 million to purchase mining tools and equipment that will allow them to expand the business by opening new underground core and percussive drilling divisions.
Paige Engineering Ltd. will receive $337,164 to design and develop remove explosive loading technology for mining and construction.
The company is also working on modifying the main ingredients in explosives to a more cost-effective product.
Drillco Mining and Exploration will receive $250,000 to design, engineer and manufacture a modular mast system that can be broken down for shipping and used in either surface or underground operations, allowing them to market their modular drilling system.
SafeSight Exploration will receive $200,000 to purchase unmanned aerial vehicles or drones and modify them for use in underground mines.
Congratulations to Thornloe Cheese!
Thornloe Grass Fed Butter has received the Grand Champion Award in the butter division at the 2018 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Dairy Products competition. The farmer-owned Thornloe Cheese near New Liskeard said the award was an “incredible achievement.
Read the full article from the North Bay Nugget here.
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North Bay medical company in major merger...more jobs coming
‘Our clients have told us for a long time that our two companies should operate as one and we agree’
North Bay company MetricAid and Richmond Hill Ont., Medevision, after many years of working together to provide industry-leading physician schedules, have merged and are now operating as MetricAid, and that’s good news for the city.
Founded by Les Blackwell and Dr. Scott Daley in 2012, MetricAid serves emergency departments in Canada, the US, and the UK.
It started as a performance-based scheduling company focused on wait times, but quickly transformed into a full-service scheduling company.
Lora Webb, CAO, told BayToday that the merger means more well-paying jobs for the city.
“We expect in the next six months to onboard between three to five employees. We still have to get our bearings and make sure, as we undertake the running of the other company as well. Everything is going to be done from our North Bay office under the MetricAid name.”
Webb says the merger has created a buzz in the building.
“I think everybody is very excited. The growth potential from this is huge!”
“MetricAid delivers work-life balanced schedules for emergency physicians in three countries while using metrics to lower wait times and improve care for patients.” says a company news release.
“Medevision, founded and operated by Dr. Rob Horvath, provides best-in-class electronic scheduling tools for physician day-to-day schedule management. Medevisionservices hospital departments throughout Canada and is a household name in physician scheduling.”
Since 2015, MetricAid and Medevision have worked together to serve shared clients, delivering MetricAid’s preference- and performance-based service through the Medevision portal and mobile app.
“Our clients have told us for a long time that our two companies should operate as one and we agree!” MetricAid CEO, Les Blackwell explains. “Combining our software and service will create a seamless, superior experience and we are excited about how these changes will improve emergency department scheduling and the lives of our physicians, as well as the care they give to their patients”.
Dr. Rob Horvath, former president of Medevision, and now a director of MetricAid, says that MetricAid and Medevision, as one, will offer a full spectrum of scheduling services to its clients.
Clients of the merged company will have the freedom to choose from a suite of solutions that suit their workforce and better support their strategic planning.
MetricAid continues to operate out of its North Bay, 123 McIntyre St. office. To learn more visit: https://www.metricaid.com/