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City of Fredericton

In late October, City of Fredericton Mayor, Brad Woodside, was in Creston, B.C., speaking to a number of municipalities on the success of Fredericton’s Enterprise Fredericton program, and [...]

The March of the Robots

The global economy and the workplace are being reshaped by changes far greater in speed and scale than we have witnessed before. Workers are competing not only with workers in other countries, [...]

Canada's Ceta Export Challenge

The ink has hardly dried on a regional CETA agreement that is more ambitious than anything on the table at the WTO today(1) and yet many Canadians are already “yeah- butting” it. [...]

Keeping Medicare Healthy

Far too many Canadians are holding on to an ideal of our healthcare system that is not sustainable. The Canadian identity includes a notion of a universal healthcare service providing world-class [...]

Misfits Are the Ones That Change the World

Andreas Souvaliotis is labeled as one of Canada’s leading eco-entrepreneurs, and while growing up he never would have dreamt of such a title, he always knew that he wanted to invent [...]

Health Achieve

The signature conference and exhibition of the Ontario Hospital Association for almost 90 years,HealthAchieve has long been one of the largest and most respected healthcare events in North [...]

Let’s Do a Leveraged Buyout

If you are a CEO, business owner or executive looking to sell your company, your potential buyer group will most likely include private equity firms. To gauge the potential interest level of [...]

Technology Innovation Has Changed The World

In the last century the world was transformed by technological innovations – antibiotics, jet travel, telephone, television, computers, the Internet. Man has walked on the moon and decoded [...]

Business Confidence Holds Steady; Above Average For Past two Years

Confidence among Canadian business leaders was stable in the third quarter of 2013 according to a report by The Conference Board of Canada. The Index of Business Confidence barely moved, dipping [...]

Credit Free Friday : CFIB and Gail Vaz-Oxlade

Most Canadian consumers do not know that every time they use a credit card for a purchase in small to medium sized businesses, 2 per cent to 3.5 per cent of the sale is lost to credit-card fees. [...]

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