Features » June 11

Alex Carrick: Canada’s election opens the door to bold initiatives

There were many significant fall-outs from Canada’s federal election on May 2. However, there is one shift in the economic landscape that is subtle and, as a result, might not receive as [...]

Roy Green: When personal delay can be deadly

The email from a long time listener began, “Hi Roy, hope you are well” and eventually drifted to the question “how is your heart”? The writer identified himself as [...]

CBJ Onsite: Logistics

Practical Approaches to risk and cash flow management in international business Along the delicate supply chain that comes with conducting international business come risks. Amongst those [...]

ArcelorMittal investing in Canada

ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steel producer, made headlines late last month with its announcement to invest more than C$2.1 billion in its Canadian operations, an effort that will [...]

Expansion of oil sands upgrader goes on-stream

On May 10, Shell announced the successful start of production from its Scotford Upgrader Expansion project in Canada. The 100,000 barrels-per-day expansion takes upgrading capacity at Scotford to [...]

Regaining Competitiveness: Canada’s Biggest Challenge

Powerful forces are changing the global economic landscape and challenging Canada’s prospects in the world. In the last 20 years, the weight of global economic activity has dramatically [...]

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