SHAKERS AND MOVERS appointments and disappointments
Andre Pouliot to President @ Appraisal Institute of Canada
Cassie Poon to Director, Calgary @ Deloitte
Christine Charette to Director @ IBEX Technologies Inc.
Darlene Kelly to Director @ Converge Technology Solutions Corp.
David Gurvey to CFO @ Medicure Inc.
Denis Pétrin, VP Finance & CFO @ Transat A. T. Inc., resigned
Dianne Goodman, Producer @ Alberta Theatre Projects, retired
Frank Holler to Director @ Theratechnologies Inc.
Gary Foster to Chairman @ Payments Canada
Georgia Linster to Marketing & Bus. Dev. Mgr. @ Group2 Architecture Interior Design Ltd.
Gerry Sheehan to Director @ NXT Energy Solutions Inc.
Henry Kim to CEO @ Canadian Museum of History
+ Jason Palacsko to Sr. VP Land Development @ Centron Group
Justin Seguin to Director of Development @ Attainable Homes Calgary
Karen Leibovici to Director @ Canada Energy Regulator
Kimberley Goode to Chief Communication & Social Impact Officer @ BMO Financial Group
Liz LaHaye to Planning and Scheduling Coordinator @ PCL Construction
Matt Marshall to VP, Strategy @ Nutrien
Michael Halliwell to Director @ Canterra Developments Corp.
Peter Routledge to Superintendent of Financial Institutions
Ranju Shergill to Board Chair @ Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association
Richard Williams to Director of Deloitte Restructuring Inc.
Rick Doman to CEO @ GreenFirst Forest Products Inc.
Ryan Lim to CFO @ Firm Capital Mortgage Investment Corporation
Ryan Mooney to Director @ Highwood Oil Company Ltd.
Shane Feeney, Sr. Managing Dir. & Global Head of Private Equity @ CPPIB, resigned
Shane Feeney to Global Head of Secondaries @ Northleaf Capital Partners
Sophie LeBlanc to Sr. Mgr., Recruitment Programs @ SMS Equipment Inc.
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HUMAN RESOURCES + WORKPLACE TRENDS
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COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
+ June 29; ENMAX Corporation, Annual Meeting with its Shareholder,
+ June 29; HealthSpace Data Systems Ltd., Meeting of Shareholders,
+ June 29; Intermap Technologies Corporation, Annual General Meeting,
+ June 29; Leucrotta Exploratoin Inc., Annual and Special Meeting,
+ June 29; SIR Royalty Income Fund, Annual General Meeting,
+ June 29; K-Bro Linen Inc., Annual General Meeting,
+ July 12; K.B. Recycling Industries Ltd., Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders,
+ July 15; MTY Food Group Inc., Annual General Meeting of Shareholders,
+ July 20; K.B. Recycling Industries Ltd., Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders,
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GLOSSARY + ABBREVIATIONS + ACRONYMS
CLIMATE CHANGE + LEED + RENEWABLE ENERGY
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+ July 16; Alberta IoT, 2
nd annual Golf Tournament, Lynx Ridge Golf Club, Calgary; info/register
+ Aug. 11-12; Priddis Greens Charity Classic in support of the Prostate Cancer Centre, Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club, Priddis –
Aug. 11-15; Shaw Charity Classic – PGA Champions Tour Event, Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club, info/website
+ Aug. 12; Glenn Anderson Day of Golf, in support of the Cross Cancer Institute, Derrick Golf & Winter Club, Edmonton – info/sponsor/save the date
+ Aug. 24; Alberta Cancer Foundation Golf Classic, Country Hills Golf Club; info/register
+ Sept. 8; Little Warriors Charity Golf Tournament, The Quarry course, Edmonton; info/details/donate ; register
+ Sept. 9; Kerby Centre Charity Classic, Carmoney Golf Club, Calgary; info/registration
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NEWS SUMMARY June 22 ~ 29 / 2021
+ Alaska-Alberta Railway Development Corporation
considering insolvency filing after its primary lender was placed in receivership; MNP is the proposed trustee
+ Amazon expanding in Alberta again;
robotics fulfillment facility will be in Parkland Country – west of Edmonton; 600,000 sq. ft. facility will open in 2022
Alberta COVID-19 stats: 2,295 deaths to date, 1,261 active cases of 231,850 confirmed cases to date: aggregate Alberta data – currently, 179 Albertans are in the hospital with COVID-19, and 39 of those are in intensive care units
Alberta COVID-19 re-opening strategy - July 1 – PHASE 3 – full reopening
+ Alberta Lottery – get your shot, win $1.0 million! … seriously, you can;
GOA is giving 3 X $1.0 million lottery prizes as part of a scheme to get more Albertans vaccinated. If you have already had 1 or 2 shots, you’re eligible too …
+ Alberta Vaccine program moving forward, acceleration of 2
nd dose administration and 1 st shots for children 12-16
+ Calgary Council Derby, lots of horses in this year’s races: City of Calgary 2021 elections;
now there are 19 candidates running for mayor: Ian Chaing, Jan Damery, Jeromy Farkas, Brad Field, Emile Gabriel, Jyoti Gondek, Larry Heather, Dean Hopkins, Kevin Johnston, Zane Novak, Teddy Ogbonna, Sunny Singh, Shaoli Wang, Grace Yan, Zac Hartley, Grant Prior, Jeff Davidson, David oZone Clark., Paul Michael Hallelujah, and 82 candidates have filed nomination papers for council’s 14 Ward seats
+ Calgary’s mask bylaw in place until at least July 5 …
+ Canada Day
fireworks WILL go ahead in Calgary
current energy prices; live link to current Bloomberg energy prices / OilPrice.com; crude prices holding steady week over week after a ramp up and then retreat in advance of OPEC meetings; WTI @ US$73/bbl, Brent @ US$74/bbl as inventories decline
+ Ensign Energy Services Inc.
agreed to acquire the Canadian drilling assets; terms not disclosed (35 land-based drilling rigs) of Nabors Industries Ltd.
+ Green Impact Partners Inc., Carbon Clean Energy Inc., and PCL Constructors Inc.
announced plans to develop a large scale bio fuel facility in Calgary; project will have a $475.0 million capital cost – investment go-ahead to be greenlit by late 2021/early 2022
+ Hardwoods Distribution Inc.
agreed to acquire Novo Building Products Holdings LLC for US$303.0 million
HOUSING TRUTH – monthly residential newsletter: HOUSING TRUTH – CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP for our mailing list – May issue , … archived issues
+ Kiwetinohk Resources Corp. and Distinction Energy Corp. agreed to combine the businesses of Kiwetinohk and Distinction under a plan of arrangement
Manyhorses High School celebrated its grand opening on the Tsuut’ina Nation; 43,000 sq. ft. facility
+ Mullen Group Ltd. closed the
acquisition of APPS Transport Group Inc. and Tri Point Intermodal Services Inc.
PROPERTYlines; – monthly commercial real estate newsletter ; CLICK HERE to CHECK OUT THE May/June issue archived PROPERTYlines Issues
rig activity in Canada
rig counts (active/working) – US: steady at 470 this week; Canada: up 9 to 126 this week; full breakdown and international rig counts
+ Spartan Delta Corp.
acquired a $10.1 million portfolio of assets
+ Sports Hall of Fame collection
to be moved from Calgary to the Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec
+ Surge Energy Inc. agreed to acquire a portfolio of SE Saskatchewan light oil assets for $160.0 million
+ Trans Mountain
pipeline project moving along gain
THIS WEEK IN FINANCINGS - proposed & closed
CONSTRUCTION NEWS + BUILDING INNOVATIONS
SAVE THE DATE / upcoming events
+ July 9 – 18;
Calgary Stampede, Stampede Park; here’s the Q + A ….
+ July 23 – Aug. 8; Tokyo Olympics – 2021 Summer Games
+ Aug. 28; Enbridge Tour Alberta for Cancer; sign up for free, no minimums – cycle from anywhere and any distance – pedal for progress;
+ Sept. 12-15; Digital Construction World, Dubai World Trade Centre,
+ Sept. 21 - 23; Global Energy Show, Stampede Park, Calgary;
awards nomination, info/registration
+ Oct. 4-6 [REVSIED DATE]; NeoCon, the Mart, Chicago;
+ Oct. 20 -21; Calgary Real Estate Forum,
virtual format; agenda/sponsor/register to attend
+ Oct. 20-21; BOMEX Virtual 2021, The New Normal?, annual conference;
save the date/mailing list, call for presenters
+ Nov. 9-10; ISA, Calgary Show – Expo & Conference, Telus Convention Centre, Calgary; save the date /
submit a paper / (deadline is June 7) conference brochure/register
+ Dec. 6-9; World Petroleum Congress, Houston;
+ Feb. 17-18; Canadian Concrete Expo, International Centre, Mississauga, ON; save the date
+ Mar. 31 – Apr. 1; National Heavy Equipment Show,
International Centre, Mississauga; save the date
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