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"As investment research companies evolve to tackle new, more challenging problems with their customers, the people side of their workplace must raise its game," Jose Tolovi Neto, managing partner of Great Place to Work Canada, said. "We applaud Morningstar for getting this. Now listed for the fifth year as one of Canada's Best Workplaces, the company has built a great culture with empowered employees who deliver great customer experiences." More than 400 Canadian companies were nominated and over 60,000 employees participated in the 2017 "Best Workplaces in Canada" survey. The full list of winners and related stories can be found at www.greatplacetowork.ca . About Great Place to Work Great Place to Work is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. It is a research and consulting firm whose mission is to build a better society by helping companies transform their workplaces. Through proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and employer branding programs, including workplace certification and Best Workplaces lists, Great Place to Work provides the benchmarks, framework, and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplace cultures. In Canada, Great Place to Work produces the annual 100 Best Workplaces list, released in a national feature in the Globe and Mail. This is part of the world's largest annual workplace study, which culminates in a series of national lists in over 50 countries, including the study's flagship list of 100 Best Companies published annually in Fortune magazine. Globally, this survey represents the voices of 11 million employees, including approximately 300,000 from Canada alone. It's what makes this study so credible: the primary determinant used in selecting winners is an employee survey.
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In May 2016, the Canadian Dairy Commission modified the 4M milk class to enable all its processors to buy a liquid, high-protein concentrate used in the manufacturing of cheese and yogurt, instead of imported milk protein concentrates -- known as MPCs or ultra-filtered milk -- effectively displacing imports. Although the policy entailed a heavy domestic subsidy cost, it lowered the prices for this milk class to create incentives to produce domestic ultra-filtered milk and better compete with U.S.-produced imports. Although still labeled a temporary program, the 4M milk class was extended to run until early 2017 with no termination date. Agropur, a major Canadian cooperative owned by Quebec-based farmers with holdings including cheese and whey operations in the U.S., stated in May 2016 that it would cease to import any ultra-filtered milk sourced from the United States. Meanwhile, dairy production in Canada increases. The U.S. dairy industry argued that the policy violated Nafta by creating incentives for Canadian processors to use local supplies, effectively blocking U.S. dairy exports , and directly causing a glut of U.S. milk supplies. Yet the Canadian dairy industry, in defending its milk reclassification policy, indicated the product was duty-free, quota-free, did not impose any import taxes, and thus did not break any import rules. Trump's advisers are deeply divided over how aggressively to erect trade barriers. This dispute, nevertheless, is oddly bridging traditional party lines and creating an unusual alliance between Trump; New York's Democratic governor, Andrew Cuomo, and its senator, Chuck Schumer;Wisconsin's Republican governor, Scott Walker; and U.S.
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