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The Case for Why Companies Should Recruit More Military Veterans

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There is a key recruitment channel that employers and recruiters may not be tapping – military veterans.

Descubre cómo #Scotiabank contribuye al desarrollo de las comunidades en El Salvador a través de #UnaBancaConProposito.

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En #UnaBancaConPropósito de Scotiabank, cada vez que ahorras o usas tu tarjetas de débito, haces crecer tus ahorros y un árbol; al utilizar tu tarjeta de crédito, cumples el sueño de muchos jóvenes. Y con cada préstamo que obtienes, construyes un techo y un futuro para quien no lo tiene.

Indigenous Communities Initiative Combines Traditional Knowledge with University-Based Research to Address Social and Economic Issues

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Vancouver, BC — The Mitacs Indigenous Communities Engagement initiative is developing new models of collaborative research by combining traditional knowledge and Indigenous research methods with university-based research. This is being done through partnerships with Canada’s Indigenous peoples, and evaluating the models through a limited series of pilot projects.  

Scotiabank Donates $15,000 to Support New Brunswick Relief

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Many were left without electricity following ice storms in northeastern New Brunswick. Scotiabank is donating $15,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help with the relief efforts in the area. If you would like to contribute, visit: http://bit.ly/2jR3zqX.

Scotiabankers Erika Osmond, Deanne Harada, Anastasia Kotsidis & Marta Cano win Executive Coaching Awards

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Women in Capital Markets (WCM), a non-profit advocacy organization which promotes the entry and advancement of women into leadership roles in the financial sector, announced seven recipients of the 2017 WCM Executive Coaching Award at a reception in Toronto.

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Scotiabank Celebrates Inductees into the Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame in Toronto

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Scotiabank was pleased to attend the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Gala in Toronto this week! It was a night to celebrate two remarkable people who were inducted into the Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame. Congratulations Dr. Herb Belcourt, Lifetime Achievement recipient. Your commitment to education has helped over 1000 Metis youth, in over 200 educational programs across Alberta, realize their dreams. And Isabell Ringenoldus, National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur, whose company helped the residents of Fort McMurray during the devastating wild fires.

Sueños de Fútbol de Niños y Jóvenes

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"Sueños de Fútbol" es una historia de aspiraciones basada en las posibilidades infinitas de los niños y jóvenes amantes del fútbol que sueñan convertirse en sus ídolos. Los niños sueñan ser como los grandes jugadores en la cancha, lo que a su vez les enseña habilidades sociales y valores como el trabajo en equipo, constancia y determinación.

Kids and Youth Fútbol Dreams

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Fútbol Dreams is an aspirational story grounded in the infinite possibilities within all children.  The role of Fútbol Heroes inspiring children to be the best they can be is a universal fact.  Children aspire to emulate their heroes on the fútbol field which in turn teaches them social skills and the values of teamwork, hard work and determination. 

Scotiabank Supports Families at London Health Sciences Centre

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Scotiabank has donated $1 million to Children’s Health Foundation and London Health Sciences Foundation, fundraising partners of London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), to fund The Scotiabank Family Assistance Program, which supports women, children and their families experiencing financial hardship during treatment.

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Scotiabank Renews Support for Financial Literacy Module to Connected North Schools for 2017 School Year

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Last year, Scotiabank created a unique program focusing on developing financial literacy skills for youth. Thanks to their renewed support, we are able to again offer the Scotiabank Financial Literacy module to all of the Connected North schools for the 2016-2017 school year.

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