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Bin Laden & emotions on the oil markets

How did the death of Osama bin Laden impact upon the oil markets? How are we set up for the burst of the commodities bubble? And what might happen if a figurehead more directly linked to industry [...]

Alex Carrick: Canada’s election opens the door to bold initiatives

There were many significant fall-outs from Canada’s federal election on May 2. However, there is one shift in the economic landscape that is subtle and, as a result, might not receive as [...]

Roy Green: When personal delay can be deadly

The email from a long time listener began, “Hi Roy, hope you are well” and eventually drifted to the question “how is your heart”? The writer identified himself as [...]

CBJ Onsite: Logistics

Practical Approaches to risk and cash flow management in international business Along the delicate supply chain that comes with conducting international business come risks. Amongst those [...]

ArcelorMittal investing in Canada

ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steel producer, made headlines late last month with its announcement to invest more than C$2.1 billion in its Canadian operations, an effort that will [...]

Expansion of oil sands upgrader goes on-stream

On May 10, Shell announced the successful start of production from its Scotford Upgrader Expansion project in Canada. The 100,000 barrels-per-day expansion takes upgrading capacity at Scotford to [...]

Regaining Competitiveness: Canada’s Biggest Challenge

Powerful forces are changing the global economic landscape and challenging Canada’s prospects in the world. In the last 20 years, the weight of global economic activity has dramatically [...]

Entrepreneur Spotlight: Etherington Family

For more than 20 years, the Etherington family has made supporting Canada’s Special Olympics athletes a true family affair. The three Etherington sons, Mark, Sean and Paul, have been [...]

Networking: The new way of doing business

The person who first said, “It’s not what you know, but who you know,” was obviously never forced to do business in Canada. This particular individual must have been fortunate [...]

Risk, Responsibility and Insurance: Who’s covered in your lease?

Have you reviewed the insurance clause in your lease agreement lately? If not, now may be the time to have a look. On February 22, 2008 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice considered the [...]

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