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Spring cleaning for your resumé Spring is the season best known for cleaning, and for job searchers, it’s an ideal time to “usher out the old and bring in the new.” Randstad Canada has a few tips that could make an impact on your job search and help you ramp up for landing the perfect career opportunity. Your resume should tell your story: Employers have heard bland, generic statements such as: I’m a hard worker, I learn quickly or I’m results-oriented, many times. If your resume sticks with these clichés, how will it make hiring managers remember you? Instead, tell them interesting stories! More and more, employers conduct accomplishmentdriven interviews, and look for richness and diversity in your experience. Start by reviewing your resume and craft meaningful examples of challenges you met and solutions you have found to overcome them, without omitting the results.

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Half of businesses plan to hire recent grads this year According to a BMO Bank of Montreal survey released recently, half (51 per cent) of Canadian businesses are planning to hire students or recent graduates this year. “We’ve seen more companies investing in employee training and development – in conjunction with creating long-term plans – which will help business owners ensure they have a supply of talented employees who are prepared to drive performance,” said Steve Murphy, Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking, BMO Bank of Montreal.

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Ontario’s agri-food sector gets support The federal and provincial governments are working to help Ontario’s agri-food industry grow profits, expand markets and manage risk through Growing Forward 2. “Our Government remains focused on jobs, growth and long-term prosperity for Ontario’s agriculture industry,” said Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. “Through Growing Forward 2, we are working with Ontario’s hard-working farmers to ensure that the industry has the tools available to remain competitive and innovative in new and existing markets.”

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Ontario’s Growing Forward 2 programs will help the industry capitalize on opportunities and contribute to the economy. Information sessions and workshops will be available in April and May, 2013, with applications opening in June 2013 for provincial programs. Governments will continue to offer ongoing funding for a complete and effective suite of business risk management programs under Growing Forward 2, to ensure farmers are protected against severe market volatility and natural disasters. Providing the right climate to attract investment, create jobs and expand industries is a key priority for the Governments of Canada and Ontario to help build a strong economy.

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Harris Institute achieves Post-Secondary milestone

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Toronto’s Harris Institute and the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) now deliver two college Diplomas and a Master’s Degree in 32 months with scholarships and bursaries. “Our innovative partnership with UWS is a timely acceleration of the post secondary system that achieves comprehensive education and significant credentials at less cost in a shorter period of time,” says John Harris, president of Harris Institute.

“This strengthening of our strategic partnership further develops our unique brand of practice-based, industryfocused education.” Students who complete both the Audio Production Program and the Arts Management Program at Harris receive $2,500 “Music Business Professional” bursaries and $3,500 “UWS Scholarships” for Master’s Degrees in “Songwriting and Performance” or “Music: Innovation & Entrepreneurship” with $1,500 accommodation bursaries. UWS students receive full scholarships for certificate courses at Harris and work placements in Toronto. “This strengthening of our strategic part-

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