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TruShield Insurance and Startup Canada Partner to Invest in Entrepreneur Success

Startup Canada and TruShield Insurance launched the Entrepreneur Success Fund, to invest in solutions to promote entrepreneur success across Canada. The Fund is an initiative of Startup Canada’s [...]

Social Assistance Programs In Canada Falling Behind

Public health researchers have long known that poverty and poor health are linked, but new evidence suggests that social assistance — the government system designed to provide those in poverty [...]

What… No Restroom?

Hmmm, did I get your attention with that headline? Well, let me explain further. This weekend I went to a shopping mall in Toronto that I had not been to in some time. Previously as you entered [...]

TRADE WARS: A Dangerous Economic Showdown With No End in Sight

The allied relationship between Canada and the United States is one that extends all the way back to our Confederation more than 150 years ago. The two countries share many commonalities, [...]

The Competitive Advantage for Top Miners through Data Driven Insights

It is no secret that mining companies are starting to realise the value data can bring to their operation, especially when it comes to guiding the decision-making process. Using data driven [...]

Your Profits Are Governed By Efficiency in Your People

Over the past 30 years of coaching hockey teams, I have come to learn that one of the most important aspects of a successful team is its ability to be efficient consistently. This included [...]

Donate Life Insurance to Charity to Maximize Tax Savings And Philanthropic Impact

Donating a life insurance policy to a charity can be a great way of leveraging your resources and making a more impactful gift in support of the causes that are important to you. There are [...]

Do Your LinkedIn Posts Help or Hurt Your Personal Brand?

Have you ever wondered if what you are posting is appropriate for LinkedIn? Did you know that some postings make actually harm your personal brand? If you are like most people, you probably use [...]

Prevention Decreases Demands On the Healthcare System

Provincial Ministers of Health and Ministers of Finance seek to “bend the health care cost curve” but year after year, provincial budgets bend the cost curve in the wrong direction, adding [...]

It’s Time Canada Had an Official Poverty Line

Poverty is hard to measure. There are many aspects besides living on low income, including having disabilities or costly health problems, not being able to find decent housing, not being able to [...]

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