Features » February 19

Battle Lines Are Drawn On International Trade

Even during the best of times the economies of the world’s richest countries often find themselves on tinder hooks nervously awaiting any one of a myriad of complications that could quickly unfold [...]

Exclusion of Indigenous Voices in U.S.-Canada Water Agreement

Salmon used to swim all the way up the Columbia River from the Pacific Ocean near Astoria, Oregon to the Canadian Rocky Mountains at the river’s headwaters in Canal Flats, British Columbia. It was [...]

Researchers Are Studying Cannabis for Promising Anti-seizure Medication

We’ve lost many years of potentially important research on the use of cannabis as medicine because of polarized views of the “weed” among researchers, policymakers and the general public. On one [...]

Women in Business For Better or For Worse

I remember the first time I was asked to help coach girls’ hockey. What a different experience. Since 1982, I had only coached boys and men. I thought a hockey player is a hockey player, so what [...]

TSX-Venture ‘Option To Give’ Program Embraces Social Good

Perhaps you’re familiar with Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG for short) mandates, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and Principiles for Responsible Investment (PRI). Canada has [...]

Ways To Modernize Your Manufacturing Purchasing

Today’s manufacturing environment is all about eliminating waste and building efficiency into every area of the business – including purchasing – so you can offer a quality product at competitive [...]

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