Features » September 13

Debtor in Possession (DIP) Financing

Debtor in Possession (DIP) financing describes the financing obtained by an insolvent debtor while that debtor is restructuring its business. The term DIP financing originated from the American [...]

International Trade is Key to Canadian Manufacturing Success

Over the past three decades a slow but noticeable decline has been witnessed in the overall manufacturing sector right across Canada. That said, the industry remains one of the most vital [...]

Canada Lags in Online and Mobile Shopping

Think Canadians are savvy online shoppers? Think again. A new international study commissioned by RetailMeNot.ca reveals that 22 per cent of Canadians never buy anything online, compared with [...]

The Current State of Canada’s Construction Industry

The well being of our national economy can often readily be determined by examining the pulse of the construction industry.  On the one hand there’s an ability to assert Canada’s [...]

Many Home Buyers Now Searching Online

The value of an online presence, in terms of real estate, has never been more important, as more and more people are finding homes for sale online. Marketing a home today is not like it was in [...]

From Football to Fishing (and Golf)

The life of a professional outdoorsman encompasses a unique cross-section of being a part of the beautiful, tranquil settings of nature, while at the same time necessitating the coordination and [...]

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