Features » October 12

Newly Launched Medical Device Helps Circulatory Systems

There’s a new portable medical device on the market aimed at helping people with circulatory problems, and the unit has been met with enthusiasm and hope. The device can help treat such [...]

Imbalance of Power

Obligation of Good Faith and Fair Dealing The obligation of good faith and fair dealing stems from the imbalance of power, given the employer’s strength in bargaining power relative to the [...]

Manufacturing Industries Expect Modest Profit Growth

Several of Canada’s export-dependent manufacturing industries are counting on the U.S. economy and demand from emerging markets to sustain production increases and bolster profitability in [...]

What Kind of Canada Do you Live In?

It’s not just the weather that’s cooler in Canada. This is what I talked to about with a taxi driver on a long drive to the airport. You live next door to a clean-cut, quiet guy. He [...]

Three People That Shouldn’t Be Doing Your Social Media

The debate has long been settled on whether or not you should do social media for your business and turned to the question of how to implement it exactly. There are a few different beliefs and [...]

U.S. Election Numbers

Temkin Group, a leading market research and consulting firm that helps organizations improve their customer experience, has released research showing that U.S. President Barack Obama has a larger [...]

Return of the PQ : What it means for the Rest of Canada

Over the span of Canada’s relatively brief 145-year history, our nation has gone through a number of growing pains to get to where it now stands – which, by all accounts, is viewed by [...]

VIA Passenger Rail Service

By: Angus Gillespie Long before the world was introduced to airplanes and automobiles the main method of human transportation was the train. Going back to the very early days of rail service, [...]


Manitoba’s provincial government, the federal government and the private sector began collaborating and working in unison dating back to 2008 to fund the CentrePort Project in Winnipeg with [...]

The Future of Canada’s Real Estate Market

With house prices making new highs in the Toronto market and signs of slow down in the Vancouver market, interest rates at an all time low and warnings from the Bank of Canada about an overheated [...]

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