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Ever considered The 35th MISA Ontario Annual Conference and Tradeshow, June 2 to June 5 in Waterloo? It brings delegates from information technology in Ontario municipalities, technology vendors and consultants together for a jam packed program of daily keynote and industry speakers, educational streams, workshops and social activities. Day passes include breakfast, lunch, conference and tradeshow on Monday or Tuesday. Full delegate passes provide the full conference experience at day and evening events. Visit www.misa-asim.ca for more information.
Canada Customs and Revenue Agency
Visit the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency website as well as related sites at www.ccra-adrc.gc.ca
Employee or Self-Employed?
As a contractor/consultant, it is important for you to determine whether you are considered an employee or self-employed in your working relationships from the perspective of the CCRA. In each case, your entitlements are different. Most of the time, the degree of control over the work you perform is a determining factor in deciding whether you are an employee or self-employed.
If you are uncertain, review the specific conditions to determine your employment relationship by taking a look at the following publication:
TechRepublic, www.techrepublic.com, serves the needs of the professionals representing all segments of the IT industry by providing information and tools for IT decision support and professional advice by job function. TechRepublic communities engage IT professionals in the ultimate peer-to-peer experience, providing actionable information, tools, and services to help members get their jobs done. [ visit ]
The Business Development Bank of Canada
Canada´s small business bank - The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) plays a leadership role in delivering timely and relevant financial and management services, with a particular focus on the emerging and exporting sectors of the economy. The BDC´s services are available across Canada in both English and French through a network of more than 80 branches, and its head office in Montreal.
This site provides articles and resources to help Canadians grow their businesses. This site also features a directory of Canadian businesses with websites and you can add your own company´s name free of charge. [ visit ]
The Canadian Management Network
Strategis: Canada’s 24-hour Small Business Support Network. [ visit ]
Staffing & Placement Agencies
Ajilon Canada [ visit ]
CNC Global [ visit ]
Computer Horizons Canada [ visit ]
Eagle Professional Computer Consultants Group [ visit ]
Manpower Professional [ visit ]
Procom Consultants Group [ visit ]
LMS PROLINK Ltd.
As an APCC Member, you may be eligible for preferred group rates not available to the general public, through our plan administrator and sponsor LMS Prolink. Insurance programs provide APCC Members with substantial benefits, including cost savings and broad protection across a wide spectrum of products. Click here to find out more. [ visit ]
Canada’s Association of Information Technology Professionals - CIPS
Founded in 1958, CIPS is a non-profit organization that represents more than 6000 IT professionals across Canada on important issues affecting the IT industry and profession.
Risk Management for the IT Professional
CIPS is offering a standard of practice that applies to professionals who are actively engaged in Information Technology (IT). The CIPS Risk Management Practice Guideline is a standard of practice to help you with your IT projects and activities. It has been developed to support the IT professional in discharging your responsibility to assess and manage IT risks. It is presented as a Practice Guideline. This means that you, the IT professional, will have a responsibility to generally understand the material in this guideline. Feel free to exercise your professional judgment in deciding how this guideline would apply to your work. [ visit ]