Past Issues

June 17

An opportunity to shake hands and speak directly with the man who created the very first personal computer and get an insight into his mind doesn’t happen every day, but I had such occasion [...]

May 17

The Canadian Open golf tournament is without a doubt one of this country’s most beloved national sporting events. It started from very humble beginnings in 1904 and has seen many great players [...]

April 17

Since 1932, the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) has gathered for an annual event in Toronto that now draws more than 900 exhibitors and 24,000 attendees from around the [...]

March 17

Nestled within the Rocky Mountains at an altitude of 1,400m the incredibly breathtaking Fairmont Banff Springs acts as host to The Gathering, an internationally-acclaimed marketing conference [...]

February 17

Our cover story this month examines the future of business trading between Canada and the United Kingdom now that the Brexit process in full gear. Although Britain won’t be completely extricated [...]

January 17

Based on the number of well-known people we lost in 2016, the year couldn’t have ended soon enough. From a financial perspective the Canadian economy continued to tread water, neither showing [...]

December 16

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Canada is looking to hold bilateral and trilateral talks with the United States and Mexico regarding NAFTA, which U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has [...]

November 16

CETA, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the EU signals a further desire by international countries to work together in removing trade tariffs and barriers while [...]

October 16

Lobster fishing has never been more robust in the Maritime Provinces than now. The long-standing industry has consistently fared exceptionally well here in Canada and with sales into the U.S., [...]

September 16

Unifor President Jerry Dias was unanimously elected for a second three-year term as head of the country’s largest trade union at the organization’s second convention late last month in Ottawa. I [...]

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