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Military sounding alarm over recruiting problems as Canadians steer clear

North Shore News 25 Sep 2022
OTTAWA — The Canadian Armed Forces is sounding the alarm over a severe shortage of recruits to fill thousands of vacant positions, with the shortfall so bad that senior officers are now calling it a crisis ... Outside the Ottawa recruiting centre, Jeremy Langlois has just finished the aptitude test.
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For Sara Rossmann, a new gig as CEO is all about building a community

Ottawa Business Journal 23 Sep 2022
Current projects include working with Ottawa Community Housing to improve its sustainability, modern energy services and accessibility ... Amanda Gordon, a veteran of Ottawa’s high-tech recruitment and talent scene, has joined the Kanata North Business Association as chief of staff to president and executive director Jamie Petten.
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Bug-detection software firm Noibu top local entry on Globe and Mail's fastest-growing companies list

Ottawa Business Journal 23 Sep 2022
The software-as-a-service firm is the highest-ranked Ottawa entry on the Globe and Mail’s annual list of Canada’s fastest-growing companies released Friday, coming in at No ... Not surprisingly, tech firms once again formed a large chunk of the Ottawa contingent.
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Irving recruiting foreign workers to build Royal Canadian Navy's new warship fleet

Toronto Sun 23 Sep 2022
Irving is involved in a recruiting campaign to bring in workers from the Philippines as it gets ready to construct the first of 15 Canadian Surface Combatants ... The Embassy of the Philippines in Ottawa is helping with the Irving recruiting campaign ... But it then released a statement confirming foreign workers were being recruited.
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School bus driver shortages in several Ontario cities likely to continue: officials

Toronto Sun 21 Sep 2022
In Ottawa, nearly 2,500 students are ... The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority and its operators formed a driver recruitment task force in April and launched a driver recruitment campaign, and is working on both short-term and long-term solutions to the shortages, it said.
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He plays college football in North Dakota -- at age 49.

Union Leader 16 Sep 2022
Ray Ruschel was standing in line to get his uniform after making the football team this summer at North Dakota State College of Science when he noticed some of his teammates staring at him ... He’s a player ... In college sports, Dan Stoddard, a 38-year-old bus driver from Ottawa, was recruited in 2017 to play basketball for the Algonquin Thunder ... ....
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He plays college football in North Dakota. He’s 49.

Stars and Stripes 15 Sep 2022
Ray Ruschel was standing in line to get his uniform after making the football team this summer at North Dakota State College of Science when he noticed some of his teammates staring at him ... He’s a player ... In college sports, Dan Stoddard, a 38-year-old bus driver from Ottawa, was recruited in 2017 to play basketball for the Algonquin Thunder ... .
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CIA targeted Black Americans for MKULTRA drug experimentation, new study says

The Real News Network 08 Sep 2022
In all, the University of Ottawa ... While in many studies, the race or ethnicity of test subjects was not recorded, further investigation by the Ottawa academics revealed Black Americans were significantly overrepresented in the recruitment sites from which test subjects were drawn.
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Fullscript co-founder Kyle Braatz named Ottawa's 2022 CEO of the Year

Ottawa Business Journal 07 Sep 2022
"Having a recipient under the age of 40 really illustrates that next-generation leaders are stepping up in Ottawa’s technology sector to continue its growth and evolution." ... “(Braatz) is quite unique from his predecessors,” said Eric Lathrop, managing partner at Boyden, which specializes in executive recruitment in Ottawa.
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Shamima Begum ‘smuggled into Syria for Islamic State by Canadian spy’

The Guardian 31 Aug 2022
Ottawa accused of covering up involvement in double agent’s recruitment of ...
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Josh Hauge settling in as Union hockey coach

Times Union 23 Aug 2022
... Ottawa and Boston to recruit the players he hopes will deliver an ECAC Hockey championship back to Schenectady.
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People on the Move: Kyle Turk brings marketing magic to Altis

Ottawa Business Journal 17 Aug 2022
There’s a good chance this isn’t the first time you’re learning that Kyle Turk has just joined Ottawa-based Altis Recruitment as its new vice-president of marketing ... He’s also looking forward to working with Kathryn Tremblay, CEO and co-founder of Altis Recruitment, excelHR, excellTR and Altis Technology, as well as Ottawa’s 2021 CEO of the Year.
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New Research Finds CIA Used Black Americans as Drugs Experiment Guinea Pigs

Scheerpost 12 Aug 2022
While in many studies, the race or ethnicity of test subjects was not recorded, further investigation by the Ottawa academics revealed Black Americans were significantly overrepresented in the recruitment sites from which test subjects were drawn ... University of Ottawa.
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Ottawa facing crossing guard shortage

CTV 09 Aug 2022
The Ottawa Safety Council is looking to recruit close to 100 new guards to provide safety at intersections across the capital ... .

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