Monday, August 19, 2019Canada's Leading Online Business Magazine

Editorial

Editorial: August 19

Vaping teens are accounting for a sizable increase in the number of people have taken up the trendy habit in lieu of smoking. But it appears the cool factor of vaping for young people is so [...]

Editorial: July 19

Retail chain Dollarama must be selling a great deal of merchandise in its stores having the wherewithal to sign a deal to acquire a 50.1% stake in Latin American retailer Dollarcity, which [...]

Editorial: June 19

Competition in global economics has never been so fierce and it’s going to continue to intensify with each passing day. This year Canada ranks 12th in the annual Global Competitiveness Report [...]

Editorial: May 19

LiUNA and its Canadian leader Joseph Mancinelli are the focus of this month’s cover story. Widely acknowledged as the most progressive and successful labour union in the country, LiUNA and has [...]

Editorial: April 19

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and I had a one-on-one discussion about the direction the league is taking and we covered such topics as revenue streams and the inclusion of Seattle as the 32nd [...]

Editorial: March 19

Justin Trudeau shuffled his Cabinet on March 1. There are those who are wondering if the prime ministerial post itself will be shuffled. The PM’s already tarnished reputation took a major hit [...]

Editorial: February 19

Scalper bot software used by Ticketmaster does not violate Canada’s anti-competitive business laws according to the Competition Bureau. I’m quite certain the average person wanting to attend [...]

Editorial: January 19

The trade spat between the U.S. and China managed to entangle Canada after authorities arrested a Huawei executive in Vancouver at the request of the U.S. government. China took immediate [...]

Editorial: December 18

General Motors, like all traditional automakers, is going through a transition in its product lines as innovation towards electric and autonomous vehicles forces out older technologies. The loss [...]

Editorial: November 18

CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie is finishing up his second year on the job and by all accounts things could not be better. Each of the league’s nine teams is on solid financial ground, TV numbers [...]

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