YP of the Month – Justin Rancourt, CFP – Investors Group
Justin Rancourt was born and raised in Corbeil, and knew at a young age, that he was destined to work in finance. After more than 10 years in the financial sector, he recently joined Investors Group – North Bay as a bilingual Certified Financial Planner and Independent Wealth Advisor.
Justin has always been dedicated to his clients and quickly moved up the ranks in different financial institutions. He received his mutual fund license and eventually his Certified Financial Planner designation at the age of 23! Less than 11% of Certified Financial Planners are under the age of 35.
Justin is passionate about the financial health of his clients, and supporting his community. He is actively involved with the North Bay Regional Health Centre Foundation’s an … Read More »
Kristen Hanlon – Sales Manager, Holiday Inn Express & Suites North Bay
I moved to North Bay two years ago after being born and raised in a small town outside the GTA. I used to come to North Bay with my family as a kid and fell in love with the city. I studied Hotel & Restaurant Management at Algonquin College and have been working in the hospitality industry for over 12 years doing everything from Front Desk, Reservations, Banquet to Sales Coordinator.
After living and working in the GTA for several years I decided it was time to move to North Bay as I knew it was where I w … Read More »
Northern Chambers demanding increased affordability and transparency for energy system
In partnership with business leaders from across Northern Ontario, the North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce is urging the province to address the regional challenges posed by the lack of affordability and transparency in energy pricing as it builds its Long-Term Energy Plan 2017 (LTEP).
In a joint submission to the Ontario government’s LTEP review process, which will help form the basis of Ontario’s energy strategy over the next 20 years, the North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce called on the province to ensure its approach reflects the realities of doing business in the North. Soaring electricity costs have been felt more acutely in the North due to harsher seasonal climates, greater transportation costs, and a larger number of natural-resource-sector firms who are counted among the province’s largest users of energy.
It is crucial that the province consider the … Read More »