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whitecap

[′wīt‚kap]
(oceanography)
A cloud of bubbles at the sea surface caused by a breaking wave.
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Whitecap said it plans on reducing capital expenditures in the back half of 2019 by 17%, which should bring total 2019 capital expenditures to $400 million, or $50 million less than prior guidance.
Since 2004, Whitecap Dakota First Nation has operated under its own community-ratified land code.
The capital call facility provides Whitecap with the flexibility to make investments in portfolio companies prior to calling capital from the fund's limited partners.
"It takes about four hours from my workplace to the parish," noted Whitecap.
Whitecap Dakota "is large in spirit and large in heart.
Whitecap Venture Partners will work closely with Clearwater Clinical on a number of strategic initiatives including product development, go to market programs, and future financing strategy.
The Certified Partner designation from PCNet is earned through participation by Whitecap executives and staff in an extensive, rigorous training program in IT and Cloud based services the achievement of program directed sales, installation and customer service objectives.
Spitfire Energy Limited (Spitfire) (TSX VENTURE:SEL), an emerging junior oil and gas company based in Calgary, Alberta, has merged its operations with its wholly-owned subsidiary Whitecap Resources Incorporated (Whitecap Resources).
The Government of Canada and Whitecap Dakota First Nation today marked an important step on the road to reconciliation and a renewed relationship by signing a historic Framework Agreement for a Whitecap Dakota Treaty.
This Series A funding round was led by Whitecap Venture Partners, a Toronto-based early stage venture capital fund that invests in high growth companies in Information & Communications Technologies (ICT), Med Tech and Food Tech.
Atchison, who has been training for months, will cover the 54.72 km journey between Whitecap Dakota First Nation and Wanuskewin Heritage Park on foot.
TreeHouse agreed to buy the Canadian business in April from investors Whitecastle Investments Limited, Whitecap Venture Partners and others.