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WCDM Convenes in Toronto Ahead of Pan Am Games

With an estimated 10,000 athletes and 500,000 spectators heading to Toronto in July for the Pan American Games, security is a priority. But are sufficient preparations and trained personnel in [...]

The International Brotherhood Of Boilermakers Canada

The key to success in any business sector requires the utmost in intelligent planning, thorough execution, ongoing quality-control maintenance and unwavering unity throughout the entire process.  [...]

Toronto Welcomes The Americas To The 2015 Pan American Games

The countdown is on for the City of Toronto to take centre stage as host of the Pan American Games, a major international summer sporting event held every four years that brings together elite [...]

Preventing Cancer Before it Starts

At the outset, 2012 was promising to be a good year. My six years as Chair of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board was coming to an end and before taking on any other assignments I was [...]

Are Lower Oil Prices Here To Stay?

While oil prices have seen their third largest decline since World War Two, and one of the most dramatic ones in recent history, other commodities have also been gradually declining in price in [...]

Tax Tips for Students

For students, the month of April brings not only the stress of final exams but also the deadline for filing your tax return.  Of course you need to make sure you’re paying what the law requires, [...]

The Tax-Free Savings Account is Under Attack

In an election year and with a federal budget on the way, many Canadians will be watching to see whether the Harper government keeps its 2011 promise to double the Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) [...]

CRM Systems – Should You Believe The Hype?

If anyone tells you installing a CRM system is easy, think again. Depending on how large a user base your initial install will be, it can turn into a long-running and expensive nightmare. As the [...]

Policies to Manage Cyber Risk

”Cyber Crime is the Fastest Growing Crime in the World” “30% Increase in the Level of Cyber Crime has occurred in the Last Two Years.” It’s not if you will get hacked, it’s when you get your [...]

Television Broadcasting’s New Frontier – Some Channels Expected to Fade to Black

The manner in which Canadians watch – and pay – for television is in the midst of an enormous transition and for what seems like the first time in decades, the viewer is coming out as the winner [...]

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