Features » April 13

Corporate Morality: Does it Still Exist in Canadian Business?

The question whether a corporation should be considered a legal person is reducible to other questions about whether or not the entity can and should be made the subject of a set of legal rights [...]

Alex Carrick: A Critical Economic Skill Not Taught at University

All sorts of useful and interesting things are taught at university. What one doesn’t know, however, until one has left academia and spent some time in the “real” world is that [...]

Economic Developers Alberta Conference

Each year the Economic Developers Alberta (EDA) coordinates a three-day conference designed to bring together economic developers in order to enhance the province’s economic development [...]

Tasmanian Resources – Mineral Rich Tasmania Enjoys Strong Resources Production

Mark Twain famously said “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight – it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” That now famous phrase is somewhat apropos for Tasmania [...]

Tackling the Top 10 Barriers to Competitiveness

In February, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce unveiled its Top 10 Barriers to Competitiveness for 2013. The Canadian Chamber launched this initiative in 2012 to draw attention to the barriers [...]

Leveraging Canadian Diversity As a Competitive Advantage

During one of our projects we discovered a technology hidden in the far reaches of Russia that was commercialized for just this purpose. The technology not only can separate oil and sand, it can [...]

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