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 »

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 »

Why a Successful Recruitment Process is Crucial for Small Businesses

Hiring and retaining key personnel and outstanding employees is vitally important to any company, however, the stakes become even higher for small businesses. Everything that affects the working environment is even more... Read more »

CRA Needs To Take Action Against Trudeau’s Tax Evading Friends

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is set to take action against offshore tax evaders with yet another revelation of dodgy financial records in the ‘Paradise Papers’ that contain an alarming 13.4 million... Read more »

Oil Prices skyrockets as 11 princes get arrested

Oil prices jumped to a 2-year high as princes and four ministers get arrested in Saudi Arabia. Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was arrested among a sweeping anti-corruption probe which puts more... Read more »

Paradise Papers: Trudeau’s election Campaign may be subject to CRA investigation

Justin Trudeau’s election campaign may have been conducted illegally according to new reports from the highly publicized Paradise Papers. The Paradise Paper were leaked to icij.org and revealed the one percent who... Read more »