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Highly profitable businesses are agile. They devote time to researching new bids and pruning their pipeline to maximize their win rate. Their bid staff keep a challenging workload, yet they have enough time to focus on each bid. Does this sound like a wishful thinking?...

source: By Brenda Crist
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In an era when the intensity of hurricanes is expected to increase across Atlantic Canada, experts say major changes are needed to utility grids, shoreline defences and even the types of trees being planted. Work continued...

source: The Globe and Mail

The priorities of citizens and governments in Manitoba are, all too often, misaligned. A recent poll, commissioned by the Winnipeg Free Press and CTV Winnipeg, conducted by Probe Research between Aug. 13 and 24, surveyed Manitobans on how they felt about the privatization...

source: The Manitoban

Winnipeg may be jokingly known for its endless ‘construction season’, but the city is actually ahead of the curve when it comes to new construction technology – specifically, robotic equipment. Construction...

source: Global News

Approaching 2020, the outlook for Manitoba is overshadowed by two factors. First, the recent deterioration in Canada-China diplomatic relations and the resultant imposition, by China, of import restrictions on canola is largely responsible...

source: Daily Commercial News

Fresh off the campaign trail Premier Brian Pallister is back at work. The premier was re-elected Tuesday night with a second majority government. In his office, Pallister announced he’s negotiating with the opposition parties to hopefully begin the next legislative...

source: CTV News

Looking to spotlight your company? If you're looking to advertise in Power Up, or know of any firm that would benefit from reaching the 700+ readers of Power Up weekly, please contact Josh Mandel today. Our readers include electrical professionals, students, and businesses...

source: EAM


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