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Porter Airlines Aims to be 3rd National Airline Carrier

Everyone loves a business success story – everyone except maybe those working for the competition. Such is the case with Porter Airlines, the small regional airline carrier founded in [...]

Startup Foreign Tech Companies Opting to Make Canada Their Second Home

It’s been slow moving at times, a glacial pace some may impatiently decry, but there’s now a definite shift towards startup international technology companies opting to plant their [...]

Growing the "Perfect Business"; Competitive Advantage in an Intangible World

Businesses emerge to fill a need in a marketplace.  This article showcases two different solutions to a common problem.  That these two businesses (and many others) can exist, flourish [...]

Wireless Telecom Wars Heating Up

At no point in history has competition within the wireless telecom industry here in Canada been so heated and intense as it is right now. Bitter feuding between the incumbents and the new players [...]

IBM Canada President Dan Fortin: Technical Innovation is the Key to Survival

With almost 400,000 employees worldwide, International Business Machines Corporation, or IBM as it’s better known, has been a leader in technology for decades.  Started in the United [...]

Does Your Leadership Measure Up?

The top five leaders most admired by the world’s business executives are Winston Churchill, Steve Jobs, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Jack Welch – in that order, according to the [...]

Not So Fast

Has your company implemented a random alcohol or drug testing policy for your employees? If so, it may be time to reconsider those policies as a result of a recent Supreme Court of Canada [...]

A familiar story of due diligence

This article could also be called A Familial Story. I am talking about the tremendous opportunity we all have to ensure that Canadian entrepreneurs, past, present and future; derive appropriate [...]

Ford President & CEO Craig Recalls Painful Times in the Auto Industry

Now in its 109th year of operation, Ford of Canada, like all other established automakers, must stay ahead of the curve if it hopes to enjoy another century of success not only here in this [...]

New CRTC Chair Blais Takes Federal Regulator Down a Much-Needed New Path

Despite holding the prestigious position as CRTC Chairman for just one year, it’s refreshing to see Jean-Pierre Blais is taking the federal regulator down a new uncharted path, which is [...]

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