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Christian nationalism is gripping the nation — has it arrived in Ottawa County?

The Holland Sentinel 29 Jan 2023
More.Ottawa County remains a community divided in most recent board meeting ... Ottawa Impact's Christian-driven platform ... Its founders, Joe Moss and Sylvia Rhodea, targeted the Ottawa County Commission seats in 2022, recruiting like-minded candidates who agreed “traditional Republicans” weren’t enforcing true conservative policies.
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Braves ‘beat down mentally’ after loss to Bethany

The Ottawa Herald 27 Jan 2023
The Ottawa University men’s basketball team has been fragile mentally this season, which has kept the Braves from being a consistent team. “Our guys are beat down mentally right now,” Ottawa coach Aaron Siebenthall said ... Ottawa was coming off two good performances, an upset of Southwestern and an overtime loss to McPherson ... I recruited these guys.
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Focus on retaining nurses before recruiting nurses from other provinces: association

North Shore News 27 Jan 2023
This week, Horizon Health Network, one of New Brunswick's two health authorities, held three-day recruiting events in Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal ... Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, a University of Ottawa professor and director of the Canadian Health Workforce Network, said the ...
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Focus on retaining nurses before recruiting from other provinces: association

Castanet 27 Jan 2023
This week, Horizon Health Network, one of New Brunswick's two health authorities, held three-day recruiting events in Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal ... Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, a University of Ottawa professor and director of the Canadian Health Workforce Network, said the ...
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Braves add top prep bowler

The Ottawa Herald 21 Jan 2023
Ottawa University men’s bowling program is making waves on the national scene ... They ended up having colleges there looking to recruit kids and so I took the steps to join that recruitment process, eventually finding the college that I wanted to attend in Ottawa.” ....
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Residents angered over Ottawa Impact policies form coalition to vote them out in 2024

Grand Haven Tribune 17 Jan 2023
Joe Moss takes his oath as the newly appointed chairperson of the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners at the Jan ... to vote out Ottawa Impact in ‘24.” ... Moss recruited like-minded candidates to challenge nine Republican incumbents on the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners in the August 2022 primary election.
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OU men sign talented wrestlers

The Ottawa Herald 07 Jan 2023
The nationally ranked Ottawa University men’s wrestling team’s success is paying ...
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OU softball adds to family

The Ottawa Herald 07 Jan 2023
The Ottawa University softball coaching staff is busy putting together its 2023 recruiting class. The Lady Braves added two high school standouts for the 2024 season. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read ....
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Flexible workplaces with work life balance ‘win win’ for workers, employers: study

Ottawa Business Journal 06 Jan 2023
The United Nations agency says flexible work schedules can improve workers’ job satisfaction, performance and commitment to an organization – reducing recruitment costs and increasing productivity ... Anglican Diocese of Ottawa ... BGC Ottawa. BGC Ottawa serves 19 neighbourhoods.
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To meet or not to meet? Shopify’s new policy spotlights major HR issue, biz leaders say

Ottawa Business Journal 04 Jan 2023
Become an Ottawa Business Journal Insider and get immediate access to all of our Insider-only content and much more ... Critical Ottawa business news and analysis updated daily ... “I absolutely know it’s going to help their employee engagement,” Tremblay, the CEO of Ottawa-based Altis Recruitment and excelHR, told OBJ.
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The people to watch in Ottawa in 2023

Canoe 31 Dec 2022
The people to watch in Ottawa in 2023 Back to video ... Ottawa now needs to recruit executives with the savvy to navigate the machinery of government, but also the business cred to close deals with the institutional investors whose capital it’s courting and the bosses whose traditional industries it’s looking to transform.
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District basketball tourney sites set

The Crescent News 27 Dec 2022
John’s, Lima Central Catholic and Cory-Rawson, will move to ‘The Supreme Court’ at Ottawa-Glandorf ... The Lima Senior departures will avoid defending D-III state runner-up Ottawa-Glandorf but instead deal with Toledo Emmanuel Christian and high-profile D-I college recruit Jerry Easter, a 6-5 sophomore averaging well over 27 points per game.
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Recruiting off to good start for golf team

The Ottawa Herald 17 Dec 2022
The Ottawa University women’s golf team’s 2023 recruiting class is ...
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OU softball lands Kansas prep stars

The Ottawa Herald 17 Dec 2022
The Ottawa University softball team is off and running in its 2023 recruiting class. The Lady Braves added two two Kansas prep stars. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read ....
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Cromwell says it's clear 'efforts were made' to improve Hockey Canada board

Moosejaw Today 13 Dec 2022
Cromwell, who made a remote appearance at a Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage meeting today in Ottawa, says it appears the nominating committee "tried extremely hard" to recruit the sort of board with the profile he recommended.

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