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VitalHub Selected as One of Two Vendors to Provide Clinical Utilization Reviews Under NHS Framework

TORONTO — VitalHub Corp. (the “Company” or “VitalHub”) (TSXV: VHI) is pleased to announce they have been selected by the National Health Service (NHS) as one of two vendors to be included within the new NHS Framework Agreement (Framework). After an extensive RFP evaluation process, VitalHub has been selected as one of two approved vendors to offer Clinical Utilization Reviews ...

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Abbotsford’s CIVL, Toronto’s CJRU teaming up on new website design

Pair of campus radio stations aiming to improve streaming services and freshen up look Abbotsford’s CIVL-FM has partnered up with Ryerson University’s CJRU 1280AM in Toronto in a deal that will see both stations see an upgrade in streaming services and a website redesign. The new sites will include the content that is already on their current sites, but will ...

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PASSIFIUME: No easy roll-out for police body cameras

A Toronto police officer models a body-worn camera sample in May, 2015.Ernest Doroszuk / Toronto Sun With police use-of-force policies at the forefront of national debate, Toronto Mayor John Tory earlier this month promised to fast-track plans to equip city officers with body-worn cameras (BWC.) But as I found out during my years covering cops and crime in Calgary, it’s no easy ...

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Core Development Group launches government consulting arm

Core Development Group, a Mahwah-based solar energy developer, announced on Tuesday it has launched a government consulting arm. The division will provide government agencies in renewable energy Request-for-Proposal analysis, processes and strategies. “The decision to establish a consulting arm for government agencies was a natural progression given the team’s expertise in this area and the amount of requests we’ve received ...

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Province Issues RFQ for P3 Partnerships to Build Ontario Line

First announced in April, 2019, the Provincial Government’s proposed Ontario Line—a 15.5 kilometre rapid transit line connecting Toronto’s Exhibition/Ontario Place to the Ontario Science Centre—took a big step forward today with the announcement that the province is issuing the first two public-private partnership (P3) Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) for the design/build stage of the line. The RFQ phase invites bids to ...

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Tracking Prem Watsa’s Fairfax Financial Holdings Portfolio – Q1 2020 Update

Summary Prem Watsa’s 13F portfolio value decreased from $2.54B to $1.44B this quarter. Fairfax Financial’s largest three stakes are Atlas Corp., BlackBerry, and Kennedy-Wilson. They together account for ~79% of the 13F assets. The 13F securities form a small portion of their overall investment portfolio. This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes ...

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HOT lanes, innovative bids could solve Toronto’s infrastructure woes

Rob Palter is a director in McKinsey & Co.’s Toronto office. Tyler Duvall is a principal in McKinsey’s Washington office. When Toronto City Council settled on the so-called hybrid solution to the problem of the city’s crumbling Gardiner Expressway problem, many took it as a sign that the downtown artery’s saga might finally be approaching a conclusion. Yet, after decades ...

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