Trace Associates Inc. (Trace) is launching our first Trace TikTok Challenge in support of Canadian charities

  Trace will donate up to $5,000 for the TikToks with the most views! The contest is open not only to Trace folks but also any of our clients and suppliers, including pets. How Does It Work? The theme is “Dance Like No One Is Watching.” We’re looking for dance themed TikToks with hashtags #tracedance,…

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Trace Associates Inc. Reveals New Brand

CALGARY, ALBERTA – June 8, 2020 – Trace Associates Inc. (Trace) is excited to unveil our brand refresh, which includes a new logo, visual identity, and website. Our new logo represents our origins and moves with us into our future. Trace is an employee-owned, purpose driven company, and the colour blue reflects our caring, reliability,…

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Enjoy the Ride, No Matter Your View

Normally I do our company-wide corporate updates in person. With the changing times and like everyone else, we are now forced to take a virtual approach. As I was preparing for my first virtual corporate update, I came across a slide from a presentation I gave in January 2015. The slide read “So what’s next…

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Trace Announces New BC Office

We are proud to be part of the Kamloops business community and look forward to working with you. Ms. Anela Baig, Trace Partner, is opening our newest office in Kamloops, British Columbia located at Unit 100, 1383 McGill Road.  

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Coronavirus Disease and Business Continuity Preparation

As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to impact the world, it is important to ensure we know and understand how this could potentially impact our employees, their families, and our business. Business continuity plans are critical in these times. COVID-19 is a virus that displays flu-like symptoms and was detected for the first time last…

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Checking In

January can often feel like the longest month following the excitement and stress of the holidays. We’ve all likely heard that there’s no science behind Blue Monday. But, it is true that living with depression and anxiety can feel more overwhelming in the winter months, particularly living on the prairies with -30◦C temps. Here at…

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