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Editorial

April 14 Editorial

JUST WEEKS AFTER his shocking and untimely passing, it still seems somewhat surreal that Jim Flaherty is no longer with us. It’s a cavernous loss that strikes deep and hard to the very core [...]

March 14 Editorial

OUR COVER STORY this edition is an exclusive interview I held with Ford Canada President & CEO Dianne Craig as she was preparing to headline her company’s new product line at the [...]

February 14 Editorial

Technological innovation continues to astound many of us who watch in awe as new, exciting platforms continue to evolve before our very eyes. But for companies within this sector there is no [...]

January 14 Editorial

With Jan. 1 marking the 20th anniversary of NAFTA, our cover story is based on an exclusive one-on-one interview I had with former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, the architect behind [...]

December 13 Editorial

Another calendar year is about to conclude and it’s been a memorable one to say the least, with infamous political misdeeds, scandals and exorbitant screw-ups yielding centre stage at the [...]

November 13 Editorial

Heated debate about globalization vs. protectionism rages on regarding what ultimately produces the best return for Canada. Much has changed over the years and the pendulum has definitely swung [...]

October 13 Editorial

BY THE TIME I CONCLUDE this paragraph several more game-changing details about the direction of BlackBerry will likely be making headlines. As of publication, Prem Watsa’s Fairfax Financial [...]

September 13 Editorial

IT IS TIMES like these when I actually wish BlackBerry wasn’t a topic for discussion; very little has been positive during the past couple of years. The release of the BB10 was to have been [...]

July 13 Editorial

Telecom Wars: starring Bell, TELUS and Rogers, costarring WIND Mobile, Mobilicity and Public Mobile, although the latter two have largely dropped out of this ongoing real-life drama due to a [...]

June 13 Editorial

There remains a rigid disconnect across Canada when it comes to post-secondary education meeting the requirements and expectations of business enterprise – and vice versa. The topic was [...]

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