Entries by Jessica Paul

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A Look Inside at guiding organizational change

Organizational Change: Managing the Emotions of Transition “Unprecedented change” is a phrase heard a lot in 2020. No doubt there is much more to come, as we manage through continuous, evolving change with ever-shifting timelines and uncertain hopes for when we might all “get back to normal.” No organization is untouched by COVID-19. At the […]

Indigenous owned and operated water utility launching through new partnership model

The Okanagan Indian Band Group of Companies to create community-led, owned and operated water utility through a Public-Private-Community Partnership (PPCP) approach December 14, 2020 – Vernon, B.C. – The first Indigenous owned and operated water utility in Canada developed by way of Public-Private-Community Partnership (PPCP), is a step closer to reality with a formal agreement […]

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Ontario Budget

Today, Finance Minister Rod Phillips delivered Ontario’s Action Plan: Protect, Support, Recover. As in the spring, the government has had to scale back its ambitions for a true multi-year fiscal plan in favour of this tailored ‘mini-budget’ focused on response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our team put together an analysis. Download here

Enterprise Health Practice grows with addition of Carly Ellis

Toronto, ONT. — Enterprise is expanding its health care practice with the addition of Carly Ellis as a Senior Consultant. With six years of health care experience, Carly brings a background in health system transformation and hospital operations, as well as expertise in health policy, communications and government relations to Enterprise’s Health Practice team. “As […]

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Alberta’s Fiscal Update

Earlier today, Alberta’s President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, Travis Toews, unveiled the First Quarter Fiscal Update and Economic Statement. It’s the first look at the state of Alberta’s finances since the start of the pandemic and the oil price crash. It’s the biggest deficit in provincial history, at $24.2 billion. Our Enterprise […]

Alberta Legislative Highlights – Cabinet shuffle

Today, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney unveiled his first cabinet shuffle since winning the provincial election in 2019. The small shuffle, called a “limited cabinet reset,” focuses on implementation of Alberta’s Recovery Plan. Here’s what’s changed: Kaycee Madu, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General – Edmonton’s lone MLA in the government caucus moves from Municipal Affairs […]

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Ontario Fiscal Outlook

Ontario Minister of Finance Rod Phillips has released 2020-21 First Quarter Finances today, simultaneously giving a look at what Ontario has had to spend in order to manage COVID-19’s health and economic impact and a look forward at what Ontario must do in order to manage a second wave.

Enterprise strengthens Hamilton team with addition of homegrown talent

Enterprise is excited to announce the hiring of Jesse Shea as our new Public Affairs Consultant based out of the recently launched and growing Hamilton office. A born and raised Hamiltonian, Jesse has a wealth of experience in political campaign management, strategic communications and policy development locally, provincially, and federally. Jesse comes to Enterprise after […]