Features » January 11

Special Report: Muskrat Falls hydro electric power project

The deal, the controversy —and if the project is really worth it He said it—and boy, did he do it. Only a week prior to his monumental resignation as Premier of Newfoundland and [...]

International Trade Controls & Compliance…. It’s not only for the rich.

Canada is largely a trading economy; some estimates put one out of every three jobs as being dependent upon our exports. And, thanks to NAFTA and a variety of largely geo-political factors, [...]

In defense of the oilsands – A celebration of a national treasure

“(The oilsands) will be a curse if it’s not managed properly, (but) it can also be a great gift to Canada and to Alberta if it is managed properly,” Cameron said. When James [...]

iPhone vs. BlackBerry: Which is better for business?

Be it resolved—the iPhone is a superior business tool The versatility of the iPhone makes it a superior communication tool for a variety of different needs—yes, even business. [...]

Canadian Chamber of Commerce: 2011 Economic Outlook

After the sharp bounce back from recession, Canada’s economy lost some of its swagger expanding at a sluggish 2.3 per cent annual rate in the second quarter of 2010 and a meager 1.0 per [...]

America’s vote: voters reject support to Obama administration

So much for Obamamania. Elected as the 44th President of the United States in November 2008, it seemed inevitable that with all the hype leading up to the election of Barack Obama, it’d be [...]

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