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Non-profits: It’s Time to Claim Social Enterprise

The term “social enterprise” is everywhere these days. And it’s no surprise. While there’s been a long tradition of social impact work in the non-profit sector, there’s a growing wave who want to [...]

The Battle for 24 Sussex

It’s often said the most important election in a country’s history is always the next one. With that being the case, October 19 will be a crucial date. That is when Canadians go to the polls to [...]

Case Study: Sales pipeline Grows to $1.45M In Seven Months on LinkedIn

Lori Carr didn’t have to think long about the impact that Top Dog Social Media and Melonie Dodaro have had on her sales efforts. “I keep track,” Lori said. “I’ve had 26 conversations with [...]

What’s Your Brand Challenge

Are you in the process of creating or managing a corporate or a personal brand? Do you want to learn as much as possible to succeed? We spoke with Boris Tsimerinov, a seasoned investment banker [...]

Misconceptions About the Consumer Price Index

The Consumer Price Index (CPI), produced and published by Statistics Canada, is the most widely used measure of inflation and one of the most closely watched national economic indicators. It may [...]

Crude Feud – Why Oil Prices Are Falling, and Will Continue Falling

Oil has moved away from previous stability at a price hovering around $60 a barrel. Oil has dropped more than 7% to flirt with prices in the $50 per barrel range. Material changes in oil prices [...]

Personal Branding is a Must For Success in Today’s Marketplace

Turn on the television, pick up a newspaper or visit the Internet and you will be inundated with messages about brand products. Tide is a brand. Pepsi is a brand. Nike is a brand. And so are you [...]

The Impact Of The 2015 Federal Budget On Your Financial Planning

The 2015 federal budget was tabled by Finance Minister, Joe Oliver on April 21, 2015. The budget forecasted a small surplus of $1.4 billion for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. This surplus was much [...]

My Comfortable Box

A while ago I participated in a workshop called THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS – one of the concepts discussed was that we tend to enjoy routines and are often lazy, enjoying being “comfortable”. [...]

Mitacs Globalink Experiences Major Growth In Attracting the World’s Best Students

Toronto, Ontario – Canada’s imports may be on the decline, according to recent Statistics Canada reports, but there’s one area that remains a hot commodity: top-performing students. Through a [...]

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