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  • Corporate Social Responsibility at the Heart of Canadian Industry Abroad - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    Close Home Industries and Markets Buyers Exporters Home News 2012 CSR at the Heart of Canadian Industry Abroad Corporate Social Responsibility at the Heart of Canadian Industry Abroad July 12 2012 CCC Magellan Aerospace Corporation and its subcontractor HPI SWES have generously donated medical and surgical equipment to the Volta River Authority VRA Hospital to assist with quality healthcare delivery in the Volta River region of Ghana According to Mr John Bayley Vice President of Magellan Aerospace the donation was a way to further support the well being of the people of Ghana saying There is no better way to contribute to the welfare of our new found friends than improving their health Orenda Aerospace Corporation a division of Magellan Aerospace Corporation is nearing completion of a 132 megawatt power generation plant in Ghana and is under contract for a second The Canadian Commercial Corporation is the prime contractor for the projects CCC is proud to be working alongside this Ontario based company to deliver increased energy capacity to Ghana and to support the exciting growth and development in this dynamic African market Click here to read the full article What s happening at CCC Media Contact CCC Communications Department

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012/csr-at-the-heart-of-canadian-industry-abroad (2016-02-07)
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  • CCC Announces 2012 Client Survey Results - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    the high Canadian dollar access to foreign government buyers 88 and price competitiveness 87 are the most important challenges CCC s clients face when selling internationally In addition to the advantages of a government to government contractual arrangement Canadian exporters turn to CCC for risk management 68 and increased credibility 58 are the most important benefits sought by Canadian firms when working with CCC Increased credibility is especially important to firms with 50 employees or less 76 As a result of an increasingly competitive environment CCC s exporter clients anticipate working more with CCC 43 or at current levels 34 over the next two years to secure contracts with governments of other nations The 2012 Client Survey captured feedback from Canadian exporters operating in a variety of industries including defence security aerospace engineering and construction The survey was conducted by an independent third party over a period of six weeks through an online questionnaire and personal interviews The survey results help us indentify how we can better serve our Canadian clients Contracting with governments of other nations can be very challenging and our goal is to work with all parties collaboratively said Pierre Alarie Vice President of Business Development and Sales at CCC As the Government of Canada s international contracting agency CCC is able to leverage the close commercial relationships we have with governments around the world to benefit Canadian industry We will continue to advocate actively on behalf of our Canadian exporter clients to secure win win contracts Since 1946 CCC has helped facilitate international trade for Canadian industry by offering two main services Prime Contractor Service and Procurement Service To learn more about CCC industries and markets please click here In 2011 12 CCC worked with Canadian companies to secure approximately 1 8 billion worth of contracts

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012/client-survey-results-2012 (2016-02-07)
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  • New Quito International Airport Construction on Track for Completion in October 2012 - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    International Airport Construction on Track for Completion in October 2012 July 11 2012 CCC Quito Ecuador The Canadian Commercial Corporation CCC is pleased to announce that the much anticipated completion of the construction of the New Quito International Airport is on schedule for October 12 2012 Marc Whittingham President and CEO of CCC toured the new airport and met with government and financial stakeholders in Quito during a site visit last week The new airport will replace the existing Mariscal Sucre International Airport and will sit on 1500 hectares of land east of Quito Ecuador I am very pleased with how the final stage of construction is progressing said Mr Whittingham The new Quito International Airport proves that the Government of Canada CCC and Canadian industry can collaborate for the successful completion of a wide range of projects regardless of complexity scope or location I am very proud of all those who contributed to making this happen both in Ecuador Canada and around the world This 600 million government to government contract is being delivered by Toronto s Aecon Construction Group Inc Canada s largest publicly traded construction firm CCC is working with Aecon to develop other infrastructure projects in

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012/nqia-construction-on-track-for-completion-october-2012 (2016-02-07)
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  • MOU between Trinidad and Tobago and Canada - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    Buyers Exporters Menu Close Home Industries and Markets Buyers Exporters Home News 2012 MOU between Trinidad and Tobago and Canada MOU between Trinidad and Tobago and Canada June 05 2012 CCC A Memorandum of Understanding MOU between the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and the Government of Canada was signed on June 5 2012 Read the press release What s happening at CCC Media Contact CCC Communications Department communications ccc

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012/mou-between-the-trinidad-and-tobago-and-canada (2016-02-07)
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  • Canada Announces Support to Combat Transnational Crime - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    training and criminal justice reform The contribution is funded by Canada s Anti Crime Capacity Building Program ACCBP and Counter Terrorism Capacity Building Program CTCBP The ACCBP supports efforts by countries in the Americas to prevent and respond to threats posed by transnational organized criminal networks The CTCBP provides training equipment and technical and legal assistance to help states around the world prevent and respond to terrorist activity These projects will be implemented by the Canadian Police College the Canadian Commercial Corporation the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the World Customs Organization The following project will be implemented by CCC Polygraph Operator Capacity Building Regional Centre of Excellence Implementing partners Canadian Commercial Corporation and Canadian Police College Time frame January 2012 to March 2014 Funding announced 705 000 This project will establish a regional training centre for polygraph operators in Jamaica This phased project will initially support the Jamaica Constabulary Force s Anti Corruption Branch in implementing its new ethics and integrity policy and at the same time respond to regional requests for assistance with polygraph examinations This initiative entails constructing facilities and supplying mobile equipment and vehicles The facilities will ultimately create a regional hub of

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012/canada-announces-support-to-combat-transnational-crime (2016-02-07)
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  • Bluedrop awarded second simulation contract - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    2012 2011 Events Annual Public Meeting Buyers Exporters Menu Close Home Industries and Markets Buyers Exporters Home News 2012 Bluedrop awarded second simulation contract Bluedrop awarded second simulation contract May 23 2012 CCC Bluedrop was awarded its second simulation contract with the Royal Australian Air Force Read the press release English only What s happening at CCC Media Contact CCC Communications Department communications ccc ca Upcoming Events 16 Feb Singapore

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012/bluedrop-awarded-second-simulation-contract (2016-02-07)
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  • News - 2012 - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    May 09 2012 The Peruvian Ministry of the Interior has signed a contract with CCC for the delivery of an Automated Fingerprint Identifica Read More Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the establishment of the Canadian Initiative for Security in Central America CISCA and projects being implemented by CCC CCC April 16 2012 In keeping with the Government of Canada s commitment to enhance security and the rule of law and to address issues related Read More Minister Fast Highlights CCC During Visit to Peru CCC April 11 2012 Minister Fast was pleased to highlight the delivery of ballistics identification technology recently purchased by Peru rsquo Read More CCC supports the 2012 Hockey Afternoon in the Capital CCC March 29 2012 Thursday March 29 Ottawa ON The Canadian Commercial Corporation CCC is pleased to announce its support for the Read More Marc Whittingham Speaker on CCAfrica Panel on Financial Institutions Key Partners in Doing Business in Africa CCC March 20 2012 Financial Institutions Key Partners in Doing Business in Africa was hosted by the Canadian Council on Africa CCAfrica in Read More Peru Empowers Police with IBIS Firearms Identification Technology CCC January 26 2012 The Canadian Commercial Corporation CCC signed a

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2012?page=2 (2016-02-07)
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  • CCC's Annual Report for 2010-11 has been tabled in Parliament - Canadian Commercial Corporation
    11 has been tabled in Parliament August 29 2011 CCC We are pleased to announce that the Canadian Commercial Corporation s Annual Report for 2010 11 has been tabled in Parliament The Report outlines the Corporation s three pillar framework of strategic objectives and provides a snapshot of the activities and initiatives undertaken by CCC in 2010 11 to Ensure Smart Growth in Canadian Exports Contribute to Public Policy and

    Original URL path: http://www.ccc.ca/en/ccc/news-room/news/2011/cccs-annual-report (2016-02-07)
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