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What the U.K. Brexit Means for Canada

The shockwaves that permeated through much of Europe in the immediate aftermath of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the 28-member European Union in a referendum vote on June 23 have yet to [...]

Braving BREXIT: Executing on Britain’s Daring New Direction

Whether you agree with the results of BREXIT, the votes have been cast. Blue-collar Brits have snubbed both Britain and European elites. The European Union birdcage has officially been rattled. [...]

Why the Established Entrepreneurial Community Is Getting Smaller

Canadians are aging and Canadian entrepreneurs are aging even faster. According to the Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association, over the next 12 years, more than half of the [...]

Speak Directly to Your Ideal Clients in Your Marketing

Do you ever wonder why your marketing messages do not produce the kind of results that you were hoping for? Have you started to question the effectiveness or value that you are getting from your [...]

Boosting Canada’s Productivity With Workplace Analytics

The Conference Board of Canada has found that the majority of provinces continue to show weak growth in labour productivity. They also report that the productivity gap between the U.S. and Canada [...]

The Canadian Football League – Jeffrey Orridge Discusses Year 2 In the Commissioner’s Office

The arrival of summer brings with it another action-packed season of the Canadian Football League, a national sport steeped in rich tradition from coast to coast. It’s the league made famous [...]

Fail Britannia! What the UK Exit Vote Means for Business

The polls were wrong, the government was wrong and even the bookies were wrong, and now the UK has voted to leave the European Union. Back in 2013, Prime Minister Cameron promised a referendum on [...]

How to Raise the Value of your Business

Business objectives of company owners vary as much as the individuals themselves. Some seek moderate growth for stability in a ‘lifestyle’ business, while others pursue breakneck growth for the [...]

Fixing CPP without Tanking the Economy

Ontario has dodged a bullet, but is it time to celebrate? On June 20, the federal government and eight provinces reached agreement to expand the Canada Pension Plan. Here at the Canadian Chamber [...]

Five Reasons the Five-Hour Workday Works

The work world has fundamentally changed, and the workday needs to evolve. Work is not the purpose of life. Living is. And it’s time our workplaces reflect. The eight-hour workday is now outdated [...]

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