Toronto could potential be a new place for Amazon’s HQ

Toronto may just be the perfect place for Amazon to move to – that’s what the government thinks. The fact that Toronto is still in the running when so many other Canadian... Read more »

Trudeau begs world leaders for NAFTA opportunities at Davos

Do other countries want business with Canada? Justin Trudeau begs world leaders for opportunities and to give Canada a chance. The World Economic Forum, known as Davos, is an event, which attracts... Read more »

NAFTA a risky position in Montreal

NAFTA talks have always been a topic of interest, but they have always been friendly. Each country tries to figure out the best deal for itself and comes to a compromise at... Read more »

Sears employees, pensioners alarmed by insolvency fees, lawyers say

TORONTO — Sears Canada pensioners, former and current employees say the nearly $52.9 million in professional fees paid by the shuttered retailer during the insolvency process is alarming and concerning, their lawyers... Read more »

Ontario minimum wage hike trickles up to higher earners, over to other provinces

Nick Cluley and his wife, who have always paid their Coffee Public employees more than minimum wage, have boosted everyone’s pay by $1.25 an hour since Jan. 1 — not just those... Read more »

Director Vashmere Valentine Honored At Annual ATL Actors Award

The 2nd Annual ATL Actors Awards ceremony scheduled for the Sunday, of 15th April 2018 at the famous Porter Sanford III Theater 3181 Rainbow Drive Decatur, GA 30034 is already creating increasing... Read more »

Why Multitasking Isn’t Always Good for Business

Multitasking (also called “task switching”) is nearly universally accepted in the business environment, with the ability to do it well worn like a badge of honor that screams “management material.” However, this... Read more »

Sobeys announces 800 jobs will be cut

The Sobeys grocery chain will be cutting 800 office staff jobs across Canada. Chief executive, Michael Medline says the cuts will only affect office staff and is an attempt to create one... Read more »

TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline approved

Nebraska voted yes to approve the TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline just days after a spill by a TransCanada line of 800,000 litres. The pipeline route would create thousands of jobs both in... Read more »

PayPal receives Federal Court order to disclose personal information to the Canada Revenue Agency

PayPal customers who have a business account received a surprising email today, the email read: We’re writing to notify you that we have received a Federal Court order requiring us to disclose... Read more »