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Global Entrepneurship Week: 3 Ways Entrepreneurs Are Enriching Lives
Today marks the start of Global Entrepreneurship Week, where millions of leaders, innovators and dreamers across the world celebrate and recognize the contributions of entrepreneurs to our economy. There are nearly 95,000 new SMEs created every year, which is why we want to help commemorate the entrepreneurs who start them!
The Shortest Decade: Addressing the Coming Climate Crunch
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been unequivocal: without significant action to limit global warming to a 1.5 degrees, humans will increasingly suffer from the effects of extreme weather events, disease and the loss of habitable land.
Inclusive Growth: Enhancing Your Business by Hiring Veterans
With over 58,000 veterans under the age of 60, Canada has a large pool of highly skilled individuals looking to transition into the civilian workforce.
ICC Canada Arbitration Conference: A Guide to What Is Trending in Dispute Resolution
Earlier this month, we gathered some of the leading international arbitrators for our ICC Canada International Arbitration Conference in Banff, Alberta. From panel discussions to networking, the conference allowed the arbitrators to address the changes and challenges confronting the international dispute resolution community.
Small Business Week: Celebrating the Heart of our Economy
With over 1.2 million small businesses in Canada, we are proud to help celebrate the role they play in our economy.
What Happens in Geneva, Does Not Stay in Geneva.
The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Public Forum in Geneva is the annual congregation of the trade policy world. Think Woodstock for trade policy wonks. It’s the rock stars of the trade world discussing reforms to the WTO Appellate Body, the customs duty moratorium on electronic transmissions and the ongoing E-commerce discussions.
It’s still the economy, stupid.
With the looming federal election, this month’s 5 Minutes for Business examines the federal party leaders’ attempts at addressing economic growth or should we say, lack there of.
Martin Family Initiative Courses Help Indigenous Youth Catch the Entrepreneurship Bug
Canada cannot compete globally and protect the social safety nets we hold dear unless all people have the same opportunities to participate in and benefit from our economy. That includes ensuring opportunities are available to our Indigenous peoples, Canada’s youngest and fastest growing demographic.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Increasing Canada’s Cyber Resilience
Today marks the start of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, to help us celebrate, our member, Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange (CCTX), has shared with us their perspective on a crucial issue that’s affecting Canadians everyday.
Better Access to Better Cellular Service: Our Proposal for a Connected Canada
We believe governments should pave the way to a connected Canada by minimizing the obstacles to doing business as a means to achieve better service for consumers at a lower price point.