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The Business of Business: The Business of Business: How Small Businesses Can Navigate Through COVID-19
In the latest edition of The Business of Business, our very own Perrin Beatty discusses with John Stackhouse, Senior Vice President, Office of the CEO at RBC, how best to help Canadian small businesses navigate the pandemic.
Get your business moving again with TradeCert Canada
COVID-19 has been incredibly disruptive for Canadians, their families, businesses and communities. It has been impossible for many business owners to look beyond confronting the immediate effects of COVID-19 and plan for revamping or reopening their operations. However, as we slowly begin to look forward again, we are here to continue to support your business’s growth.
The Business of Business: Recovery for Canadians
In this episode of The Business of Business, our very own Perrin Beatty discusses with Chris Fowler, President and CEO at CWB, what recovery will look like for different sectors and our economy, as well as how we can transition into a new normal.
Truth and Reconciliation Roadmap
The Canadian Chamber supports our members in building relationships that will help their businesses thrive and building relationships with groups that are often under-represented in business is not only the right thing to do, it’s critical to our national competitiveness and well-being. Informed and respectful engagement between businesses and Indigenous peoples is one aspect of this, which is why we want to congratulate the Winnipeg Chamber on its Truth and Reconciliation Roadmap (TRR).
Lumino Health: Why access to virtual health care is essential right now
Virtual care is not meant to replace the key role played by a family doctor. That one-to-one relationship is the foundation of primary health care in Canada. Virtual care provides immediate and convenient access to quality health care without crowded waiting rooms or physical distancing issues.
The demand is there. Pre-COVID-19, Canada Health Infoway surveyed Canadians about virtual care. Nearly two-thirds (64%) said they wanted to write to care providers through email. Nearly half of respondents (44%) said they would welcome a video visit. However, a recent Lumino Health survey showed that 55% of Canadians don’t know how to find virtual care.
The future of Canada lies in building Indigenous businesses and developing better relationships
Canada’s business sector has a major role and responsibility to play in building true, cooperative and respectful relationships with Indigenous Peoples. These relationships should be built to not only ensure financial success but also to achieve certainty in current or future initiatives. This piece is written by Brenda LaRose, Board Diversity Practice Lead on the Canadian Chamber Board of Directors and Partner at Leaders International Executive Search.
The Business of Business: The Digitization of Canada's Healthcare System
In this episode of The Business of Business, Perrin Beatty, our President and CEO, discusses the digitization of Canada's healthcare system with Juggy Sihota, Vice-president of Consumer Health at Telus.
Managing your cash flow during COVID-19—and beyond
This thought leadership piece from Jennifer Cooke, Corporate Lead, Women in Trade at Export Development Canada (EDC), provides insight into how businesses can manage costs and revenue to sustain cash flow and find current and future market opportunities in a post-COVID-19 environment.
Following the outbreak of COVID-19 in early 2020, Canada’s businesses have suffered their greatest economic shock in living memory. For exporters and non-exporters alike, the global pandemic has upended revenue forecasts, demolished growth projections and slowed cash flows to a trickle. How we respond to this extraordinary and evolving situation will affect Canada and Canadian companies for years to come.
The Business of Business: Working Remotely & the importance of Cyber-Security with CISCO
In this episode, our very own Hon. Perrin Beatty and Lissa Ricci, Senior Leader of Small Business Solutions at CISCO, discuss Canada's transition to working remotely amid the pandemic, as well as the importance of prioritizing cyber-security during this time.
5 Minutes for Business: Roadmap to Recovery
Recovery starts with resilience, which is why we have laid our key policy areas that our political leaders must consider to help ensure our businesses, and Canada, remain resilient in this edition of 5 Minutes for Business.