Features » January 12

Workplace Accessibility – Employers’ duties and obligations

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, (AODA) came into force in 2005 with the goal of making the province accessible for individuals with disabilities by 2025 through the [...]

Easy ways to beat job stress and create a healthy workplace

Workplace stress can tear us apart. It plays havoc on our physical and emotional well-being—and ultimately sabotages our performance. If you feel like you are precariously juggling both [...]

Exclusive Interview: Mr. Jack Hayden, Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation

Alberta’s parks and protected areas network includes a spectrum of sites ranging from intensively developed recreation areas to pristine wilderness. These sites provide opportunities for [...]

Roy Green: Stability and pragmatism in the United States needed for progress

“Gridlock”. A term increasingly applied to describe the relationship, or more accurately, absence of one between Democrats and Republicans in Washington.   Investopedia.com [...]

Alex Carrick: Maybe it’s the turn of the U.S. to be the world’s white knigh

Our economic futures currently depend on the high stakes game of chicken European Union leaders are playing with speculators. Lack of confidence in the long-term efficacy of the action plan [...]

Canada: leading the global pension climate

Mark Wiseman, executive Vice-President of investments at the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, sat down for an interview with representatives from Harvard Business School in 2009.  He [...]

Exclusive interview: Richard Peddie Outgoing MLSE leader recalls tenure, achievements

Richard Peddie’s first day with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) was in November 1996. Two years later, he became MLSE’s President and CEO. In his near 14 years at the [...]

CBJ Interview with James Rickards, author of Currency Wars

CURRENCY WARS:The Making of the Next Global CrisisBy James Rickards(Portfolio; Nov. 10, 2010, Hardcover) Are the actions undertaken by U.S. policymakers in response to the last financial crisis [...]

Canadian Chamber of Commerce – Economy Battles Strong Headwinds Modest growth ahead

As 2011 got underway, the global economic recovery seemed broadly on track. But, as time has passed, so it has seemed less secure. A throng of economic troubles—the rise in energy prices [...]

Toronto’s Budget Crunch – Ford Finding the efficiencies

Contrary to left-wing belief, the sky is not falling. Nor is the City of Toronto in a state of destruction, inferno, or moving away from its status as a “world class city.” In the [...]

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