At the August 31st board meeting, a tactical plan with three action priorities was presented by the management of the ” Well Made Here” program to steer the efforts for the remainder of the current year.
Yesterday, the first of three meetings per year for members of the “Well Made Here” organization’s board of directors took place by videoconference. On the agenda were a report on activities for the first half of the year, the financial forecast for the end of the year and the report of the manufacturers’ committee.
According to an article in the June issue of Home Improvement Retailer magazine, the health crisis has changed the way consumers and businesses look at Canadian companies. With the permission of the publisher, we are reproducing the article in full.
They say there is no love, there is only proof of love. On this day of Canadian celebrations, “Well Made Here” management is taking steps to force reflection on our behaviour when it comes to encouraging local purchases elsewhere than at the grocery store. In short, the argument can be summed up as follows: if we really love our country, we should buy more products that are made here.