Editorial

May 15 Editorial

Concern for the Canadian automotive industry was intensified at the end of April when General Motors announced it will be halting production of the Chevrolet Camaro at its Oshawa plant as of [...]

April 15 Editorial

Now that the CRTC has finally taken a stand in announcing the long-awaited “pick-and-pay” will be available to television consumers by the end of next year, a number of broadcasters are crying [...]

March 15 Editorial

CN Railway and CP Railway both recently avoided labour stoppages through intense but sucessful negotiations with Unifor and Teamsters. When Jerry Dias was selected as the first president of [...]

February 15 Editorial

Northwest Territories is increasing its minimum wage from $10 to $12.50 an hour as of this June, which will catapult it to the highest minimum rate of any province or territory. Ontario and [...]

January 15 Editorial

Vehicle owners are jumping and pumping – with joy over the price of gasoline dipping below $1 in many parts of Canada. However, there are negative impacts that we should keep in mind if this [...]

December 14 Editorial

This month’s edition of CBJ delves into the compelling background of our country’s largest trade union, LiUNA, and also its International Vice President and Regional Manager for Central & [...]

September 14 Editorial

In speaking with Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, it’s hard not to come away impressed by the sheer breadth of knowledge she possesses about the political landscape of [...]

August 14 Editorial

The business of sports is nothing if not fascinating. CBJ managed to obtain an inside view of the synergies between two entirely different worlds – that of Internet technology and auto [...]

July 14 Editorial

Under the guidance of new CEO John Chen, BlackBerry has been displaying robust signs of life not detected in the struggling smartphone maker in the several years prior to his arrival. Clearly, [...]

June 14 Editorial

Talk about strange bedfellows. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more federalist Canadian than former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, who is now onboard as the new Chairman at Quebecor. The [...]

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