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FROM THE EDITOR:

Dear Readers,

This year's MainTrain event in Toronto was a big success. It was a great example of how powerful networking and sharing ideas can be. It's impossible to get too much training, which is why it's positive to see so many participants at the MainTrain events in Toronto and Alberta. It's also positive to see young individuals getting involved in the skilled trades. Earlier this fall, talented young Canadians showed off their skills at WorldSkills Calgary. Check out the highlight video here.

As always, we welcome your feedback on what you read here. You can contact me at rcolman@clbmedia.ca.

Regards,

Rob Colman
Online Editor, REM

www.rem-mag.com



FEATURES:

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MainTrain 2009 Toronto: Attendees learn business skills
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Shareholders overwhelmingly endorse split of EnCana into two distinct and independent companies
Calgary, AB — Shareholders of EnCana Corporation last week voted more than 99 percent in favour of the proposed corporate reorganization to split EnCana into two energy companies: Cenovus Energy Inc., an integrated oil company and EnCana Corporation, a pure play natural gas company. The shareholder vote result significantly exceeded the two-thirds majority of votes required to approve the split. more...


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

CIM Conference and Exhibition, May 9-12, 2010, Vancouver, B.C.

Global Petroleum Show, June 8-10, 2010, Calgary, Alberta

MEMO 2010 — Maintenance Engineering / Mine Operators Conference, October 25-27, 2010, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario

Check out the Calendar of Events on the REM website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

Got an event you want us to include on the website? Please send an e-mail to editor Rob Colman: rcolman@clbmedia.ca.

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