Donald Trump says Canada’s energy exports are unfair to the US, but he’s clearly unaware that we’ve given Americans the biggest trade gift ever…
Government debt has grown much faster than the economy in recent years.
If this were a wrestling spectacle, Justin Trudeau and Enrique Pena Nieto would be the handsome, but lightweight tag team locked in a cage and improbably matched against the orange-masked gigantic villain, Donald Trump.
Nearly 50% of the Canadian labour force is at high risk within the next two decades, so how should we prepare?
Canada has a weak hand, more attention on export challenges is needed.
Aboriginal rights must be balanced against other competing, critical interests.
It’s mostly about listening, good manners and respect.
The expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline system, to ultimately move Alberta crude oil by tanker through the Port of Vancouver, was a high-profile issue in the May 9 BC election. Liberal premier Christy Clark agreed to support…
Topping the list of troubling factors is trade disruption as NAFTA goes under the knife and the possibility of a border tax.
More attention needed on how we develop and fund innovation talent in Canada.
Proposed US cuts to tax rates would reduce Canada’s competitiveness in attracting investment, workers and entrepreneurs.
Reinvigorating NAFTA must be left to politics, clearer heads and fate, but whatever the outcome, companies should direct their attention to issues over which they have some control.
Five tips for dodging bullets when dealing with employees.
Stripping environmental regulations creates a serious disadvantage.
…while watching your business go down the drain