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Canadian Chamber of Commerce – Preparing Canada’s Youth for the Jobs of Tomorrow

On February 8, 2012, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce launched a 10-point national plan to improve Canada’s economic competitiveness. The Chamber will harness the power and voice of its [...]

Roy Green: For Occupy Wall Street 2012, a Future or an Obituary?

There is no question that the world is an increasingly fractious and dangerous place.  All eyes are currently focused on Iran, its braggadocio concerning the quickly developing nuclear [...]

Personal Computer Museum – A Look Back in Time

It’s quite amazing to think how far computer and communications’ technology has come in a relatively short span of time, and yet based on the number of people who walk through the [...]

Alex Carrick: B.C. is Home to the Conflict between Greater or Lesser Visions for Canada

Western Canada is the place to be. At least that’s the conclusion to be drawn from the 2011 census results, as recently compiled and disseminated by Statistics Canada. Over the past five [...]

What to Expect When You are Expecting… A Birth of a Corporation!

Before the idea in your head has even fully hatched for that “next big thing in business”, everyone had already told you, from your business confidantes to your neighbour’s [...]

Universal Access: All for One, Not One for All

Pension reform in Canada has been the subject of intense debate for over two years involving financial industry experts, government officials, pension legislators and other working Canadians. The [...]

Sales Professionals: It’s Your Call

Think back to the last deal you closed and ask yourself, “Who was the decision maker I had to reach and influence? How did I do it?” The reason I ask you to think about that is [...]

Drummond Report: Bloodbath Aftermath

by Angus Gillespie They are merely economic recommendations from a noted expert, but with 362 from which to consider, each comes with a painful jolt of reality that many Ontarians are still [...]

Hudak Remains the Man to Lead Ontario’s PCs

Now that Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak has received the strong endorsement of 79 per cent of his party’s membership following the recent annual general meeting (AGM) held in Niagara Falls, it [...]

Evaluating the Accredited Investor Exemption

The level of economic paternalism exerted by securities regulators will often be commensurate with the level of disclosure demanded of issuers. In 1965, the Ontario government commissioned a [...]

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