Features » November 10

CFIB – Business Owners Deserve a Vote too

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are the economic engine of Ontario’s economy. They create the most jobs and account for approximately half of the province’s economic output. [...]

Misión Cumplida?

The world breathed a sigh of relief on October 13, 69 days after a collapse at the San José copper-gold mine near Copiapó in Chile. All 33 of the miners trapped 700 metres [...]

The Gravy Train’s Final Stop – Rob Ford Elected Mayor of Toronto

Torontonians have spoken—well, at least the overwhelming 47 per cent of citizens who voted change into Toronto’s City Hall in the form of former Etobicoke North Councillor Rob Ford in [...]

Improve cash flow with invoice discounting

Does your company have “cash flow issues”? What about factoring? A familiar but difficult scenario unfolds. You are the owner or CFO of a growing glass company. Sales are up 20 per [...]

Exclusive interview: Cindy Ady – Alberta Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation

For this issue, the CBJ team was eager to have the opportunity to get to the heart of the tourism industry in Alberta—so we contacted the Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Cindy Ady. [...]

Half of Canadians struggling to save

On October 12, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty unveiled the Canadian government’s mid-year economic report card to a group of businessmen and women in Mississauga, Ontario. Flaherty’s [...]

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