Features » May 19

LiUNA: Exclusive with Joseph Mancinelli

Exclusive with Joseph Mancinelli, leader of the nation’s largest and most successful labour union As business navigates through the 21st century it has become abundantly clear that the need for [...]

Where Does the Inflation Rate Come From, Anyway?

The recent controversy about Statistics Canada’s plans to collect a range of detailed financial data has, understandably, focused on questions of privacy. But the role of a country’s national [...]

Why Employee Experience Is Key in 2019

Canadian unemployment is at an all-time low, which is great news for the economy and for workers. For businesses though, employees have the upper hand knowing they can leave a role in search for [...]

International Networking That Works

As a result of his Linkedin connections, a Toronto-based executive was offered an international export marketing position and his new boss encouraged him to network by joining Business Network [...]

How Med-Arb Can Help Resolve Disputes

Since 2016 Canadian judges have been frequently calling for the appointment of more trial judges. The five year backlog in moving civil litigation to trial in our largest cities, has left a [...]

How IT Can Enhance Corporation Knowledge Management Performance

Introducing a New Model of that Guide Executive Action Today, technology has changed the business world ten-fold. Every day there is an easier way to process, access, and disseminate information. [...]

You’re Kidding, Right?

“Honest communication is built on truth and integrity and upon respect of the one for the other.” – Benjamin E. Mays In October 2016 I sent a Facebook message to someone (let’s call him [...]

Nurse Practitioners are the Innovative Solution to Healthcare Problems

It was recently national Nurse Practitioner Week, but you would be forgiven if you’ve never heard of Nurse Practitioners. Most Canadians haven’t — and most don’t know their value to our health [...]

Bill C-48 divides Canadians and Betrays the Promise of Confederation

As a member of the Canadian Senate, we’ve heard from thousands of Canadians for and against Bill C-69, an act that promises the modernization of the National Energy Board and the Canadian [...]

Ontario Commits $28.5-Billion for Transit Expansion Plan in GTA

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) voiced its approval for the $28.5 billion in public transit projects announced recently by the Ontario government to help alleviate [...]