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How Can You Possibly Predict What Will Happen?

By now most of the people reading this article will have heard about the sad tragedy that occurred on April 23rd in North Toronto when a man who rented a van decided to plow down pedestrians, [...]

10 LinkedIn Hacks or Things You Didn’t Know

Would you like to be more efficient and effective with your time on LinkedIn? If you are like most people, you only have a small window of time to devote to LinkedIn. You certainly don’t have [...]

Ontario Gears Up For A Crucial Election

Ontario voters will go to the polls for an election on June 7 to determine what party will form the provincial government for the next four years or less. All signs point to it being a vicious [...]

It’s Time Canada Has Dialogue On A Basic Income Guarantee

A basic income guarantee has been back in the news a lot lately, thanks to Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, Elon Musk and other tech giants who have been publicly endorsing the concept. But it’s [...]

Fix the RDSP and Close the Poverty Gap of Canadians with Disabilities

Canada’s Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is the first poverty-fighting tool for people with disabilities in the world. This remarkable example of federal/provincial/territorial [...]

Pay Equity Laws Alone Won’t Close The Gap

There were a lot of old ghosts haunting the Liberal government when it tabled its budget on February 27. But have these spectres brought change to women’s lives this International Women’s Day? [...]

The Battle of Mind and Heart: Business Growth vs. Philanthropy

How do you stay on top of the relentless change in the marketplace and juggle the pursuit of business growth and be philanthropic? Is the key to wait until you have success and money, whereby you [...]

The Real Score on ROI with Social Selling

Have you ever asked the question “what’s the ROI of social media?” For most B2B businesses, the highest return on investment is generated from social selling. Yet others struggle to see results [...]

What Might You Be Missing…? It’s Often the Little Things That Matter

On a recent Saturday morning I headed out to get a massage not far from where I live. Currently, there is so much construction along the street I live on due to an underground subway being built, [...]

Where There is Too Much, Something is Missing

When I was an economics student many years ago, the last living student of John Maynard Keynes and noted economist Joan Robinson gave a lecture to a packed hall. During the question period, one [...]

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