Build scale to close the competitiveness gap
Bigger companies invest more in innovation, employ more technology and benefit from greater economies of scale and production efficiencies.
Despite government subsidies, Canadian innovation wanes
Burdensome regulation, limited competition and unfavourable taxes hold companies back.
First ministers meeting shaping up to be most acrimonious in years
Trudeau will have to contend with challenges from conservative premiers.
Ottawa has a competitiveness plan, but it’s unclear how much help is needed
Focus will be on targeted measures to attract investment, rather than broad-based corporate tax reductions.
Canadian competitiveness lags because of US tax reform
635,000 jobs, $85 billion in GDP and $20 billion in government revenue could be at risk.
Feds focused on targeted measures over corporate tax cuts: sources
Bill Morneau consulting business, says he hadn’t ruled anything out.
Welcome to Trump World
The president-elect’s unlikely victorious bid for the White House points to a likely disruption of global trade and international relationships. That includes Canada.
Energy 2015: Energy Opportunities in Changing Times
Energy 2015: Energy Opportunities in Changing times will highlight…
Let’s simplify innovation
Great innovation does something differently instead of doing something better
Mind the (age) gap
Gen X and Millennials: understand generational differences to gain a competitive edge.