Features » August 11

Shareholder agreements made simple

In advising a client on updating a Shareholder Agreement, I spoke to lawyer Jordan Dolgin, LLB a seasoned corporate lawyer with deep insight. His first piece of advice was “there is no [...]

CBJ attends pioneering green energy event

July 6 marked the ribbon-cutting of the largest solar installation project in the Greater Toronto Area—and it’s community-owned! The SolarShare WaterView Project features a 438 kW [...]

Creating Value with your Supply Chain

There was a time when all the pundits were arguing about what was meant by the term Supply Chain or Demand Chain or Value Chain, or whether we should use the word chain at all because chains have [...]

Tennis Canada – Combined forces

Every August, the tennis world collectively focuses its attention on Canada’s Rogers Cup tennis tournaments. Unique in the circuit, Rogers Cup presented by National Bank is a rotating [...]

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association has been “the voice of Canada’s residential construction industry” since 1943. The homebuilding industry is one of Canada’s [...]

Going Green into the black

With the May 2011 election results, the Green Party reached a new level of legitimacy; with the election of its leader, Elizabeth May, it had won its first seat in the House of Commons. “I [...]

Instituto Tecnológico Vale

In 2007 mining major Vale began talking about something rather different; the Vale Technology Institute (“Instituto Tecnológico Vale” or “ITV”). Talk centred on two [...]

Exclusive Interview with the Honourable Shawn Skinner

Lower Churchill Project becomes a reality The Lower Churchill Falls development represents a new era in the management of the abundant natural resources in Newfoundland and Labrador. In a [...]

Alex Carrick: America’s housing crunch

The big gaping hole in the world economy is U.S. housing starts. Stuck at around half a million starts seasonally adjusted and annualized, the figure is way below where it should be in a normal [...]

Roy Green: U.S. debt ceiling – partisan politics vs. pragmatic common sense

“Washington is like a log floating down a river with 60,000 ants onboard. Each ant thinks it is steering.” A quote read long ago and thanks to political gamesmanship at the highest of [...]

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