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Obtaining information about starting a business: This is undoubtedly the least difficult thing Maghrebian entrepreneurs have to face since many training, tutoring, and counseling programs exist at CDECs and other institutions.
To gain an overall profile of the neighbourhood's workforce and its training needs, the CDEC set up a working group called the Comite de Relance Angus (Angus revitalization committee (10)).
A collective action, which at the outset could have simply been union-related and reactive, eventually won over the entire community and became proactive, through the action of the CDEC and, subsequently, the SDA, and the support of organizations from inside as well as outside the area.
Through these negotiations, the provincial government agreed with the City of Montreal and the CDECs that there would be a single CLD covering the whole territory of the municipality, and that every CDEC would receive its mandate from this CLD.
In this article, the authors examine the new metropolitan context that the Montreal's CDECs are facing, address the process of institutionalization of these CDECs and discuss some aspects of the evolution of these organizations.
CDEC maintains its corporate headquarters in Chicago and has opened satellite offices in San Diego, San Francisco, and New York since the company was incorporated in 1989.
CDEC is the nation's premiere provider of IRC Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchange (LKE) services.
We are very pleased that Eric has joined our team," said Mary Cunningham, president of CDEC.
84 SALES & REVENUE Revenues Electricity Sales 42,768,656 91,533 37,277,598 79,781 Other Sales 1,041,892 2,230 1,001,321 2,143 Total Revenues 43,810,548 93,763 38,278,919 81,924 Sales (MWh) Distribution Company Clients 540,577 504,877 Industrial Clients 933,040 809,398 CDEC (Grid) 332,976 0 Total Sales 1,806,593 1,314,275 Average Price per kWh Ch$23.
Noting that urban issues have clearly changed and now mainly involve questions of exclusion and social integration (rather than planning and control of the urbanization process), the authors consider the issues facing advocates of local economic development and how the CDECs have had to adapt their approaches.
La derniere partie de l'article est consacree a ces changements en regard de cinq enjeux : la place du developpement local dans la lutte a la pauvrete et a l'equite sociale; dans l'animation de la democratie participative; dans l'innovation communautaire; dans la nouvelle donne metropolitaine; et la place des CDECs dans le renouvellement du developpement local a Montreal.