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Are Toll Highways the Answer for GTA Congestion Woes?

For the many thousands of commuters in the Greater Toronto Area, they know too well the pain and suffering of the daily grind due to a woefully inadequate infrastructure to move people [...]

Porter Airlines Aims to be 3rd National Airline Carrier

Everyone loves a business success story – everyone except maybe those working for the competition. Such is the case with Porter Airlines, the small regional airline carrier founded in [...]

The Next Generation of Open Data

The much-anticipated next-generation Open Data portal, data.gc.ca, is up and running and able to provide Canadians with unprecedented access to government data and information. It’s [...]

New BizPaL Services Reach Manitoba

Starting and running a business in Pinawa, Man. has become much easier thanks to BizPaL, an online business permit and licence service that saves time spent on paperwork and helps entrepreneurs [...]

Border Basics

As new products and technologies emerge, they often face potential potholes—from inefficiencies to safety hazards—any of which can slow their progress to market. Products, like [...]

You Think Fraudsters Only Affect a Small Number of People – Think Again!

We have seen or heard the horror stories where a fraudster has put a mortgage on a house without the homeowner’s knowledge. Only when the loan goes into arrears does the homeowner suddenly [...]

Revenues are Down – What Do You Do Now?

Revenues are flat or down! The CEO and Board are badgering you for an immediate fix. You’re stuck. What are your options and what can you do to recover – and recover quickly? At some [...]

Changes to Rail Safety Too Late for 47 Lost Souls in Lac-Mégantic

It’s rather mind-numbing to contemplate that prior to now, it was not against regulations to leave an unattended freight train carrying hazardous or otherwise potentially dangerous cargo [...]

Q & A with David Wright, Canada’s former Ambassador to NATO

Wright is also the Kenneth and Patricia Taylor Distinguished Professor of Foreign Affairs at Victoria College, University of Toronto, he  is Special Advisor to Dale & Lessmann LLP. With [...]

Cracking Down on Offshore Tax Cheats

If you are a Canadian with offshore property and income, be advised there are new reporting requirements due to changes imposed by the federal government and there are signs to indicate they are [...]

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