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COVID-19 and Your Finances: What Canada’s Economic Relief Means for You

COVID-19 and Your Finances: What Canada’s Economic Relief Means for You COVID-19 is having a significant and sudden impact on our economy, leaving many Canadians unable to work or struggling with lost income. In response, the government has enacted an emergency plan aimed at reducing the financial strain that individuals and businesses are facing.To help you identify the support that’s available to you at this challenging... ↪ read more...

How to Keep Your Financial Resolutions this Year

How to Keep Your Financial Resolutions this Year One of the all-time most common New Year’s resolutions is to save more and spend smaller. But about 80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail by mid-February. You’ve been there, done that. This year, you can make it happen. The key? Create a plan and then enlist technology to help keep it on track. Build a budgetThey say money can’t buy you... ↪ read more...

Do Canadians have a constitutional right to magic mushrooms?

Do Canadians have a constitutional right to magic mushrooms? Where cannabis first trod, magic mushrooms are sure to follow. A Canadian therapist has asked Health Canada to permit the use of psilocybin, the psychedelic ingredient in magic mushrooms, for medical reasons. If denied, he’s planning to file a lawsuit, claiming the health department’s decision would violate Canadians’ right to “life, liberty, and... ↪ read more...

A Guide to Tipping in Canada

A Guide to Tipping in Canada Tipping in Canada is much the same as it is in the U.S. Generally when you are receiving services, such as from wait staff, hairdressers, cab drivers, hotel employees, and others, you are expected to give an extra bit of money in addition to the stated cost.Tipping is not mandatory but generally expected because most of the service providers receive a... ↪ read more...

How to become an industry leader

How to become an industry leader Would you like to get more leads and sales through your online presence? Or maybe you want to establish your authority on your topic? If you want to increase your credibility, boost sales and have a steady stream of clients, you need to be seen as an industry leader.One of the most crucial factors in becoming an industry leader is to have a professional and... ↪ read more...

Canada ranks 12th on the list of globally competitive countries

Canada ranks 12th on the list of globally competitive countries A multitude of parameters are available by which to gauge countries and their international economic standard in comparison to others, but a go-to report that has garnered prodigious respect with many economic experts is the Global Competitiveness Report, published annually by the World Economic Forum.The report uses a number of factors to determine the... ↪ read more...

Canadian Chamber of Commerce tackles AI and regulation in Canada with three new reports

Canadian Chamber of Commerce tackles AI and regulation in Canada with three new reports Canada’s artificial intelligence (AI) businesses have a lot on their plate staying ahead of, or keeping pace with, the rapid and complex developments in their industry.Surprisingly, what keeps them up at night is the risk of well-intended but misguided policies that could take them out of the global AI race.“Canada currently enjoys a blossoming AI... ↪ read more...

Greater Vancouver home sales now below $1 million benchmark that held for more than two years

Greater Vancouver home sales now below $1 million benchmark that held for more than two years Vancouver residential home sales hit their lowest monthly total in 19 years this June.According to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), this marks a 14.4 per cent decrease from June 2018, which recorded 2,425 sales. It also marks a 21.3 per cent decrease from the 2,638 homes sold in May 2019.“We’re continuing to see an expectation gap... ↪ read more...

Second Harvest Report: 58% of Canada’s Food Goes to Waste

Second Harvest Report: 58% of Canada’s Food Goes to Waste Over 11m Tonnes of Edible Food Waste Created Each YearNearly 60% of food produced in Canada, amounting to 35.5 million metric tonnes, is lost and wasted annually. Of that, 32% or 11.2 million tonnes is avoidable and edible food and could be redirected, according to a new report funded by the Walmart Foundation.The research found that the total financial... ↪ read more...

Federal budget fails to help Canadian businesses stay competitive, critics charge

Federal budget fails to help Canadian businesses stay competitive, critics charge Canadian businesses are at a growing tax disadvantage vis-a-vis their U.S. counterparts and Tuesday`s federal budget did nothing to improve the situation, according to business leaders."A big worry is what wasn`t in the budget - and that is anything to improve Canada`s competitiveness relative to the United States on the tax reform front," said Dan Kelly,... ↪ read more...

Raising immigration levels would benefit Canada, study finds

Raising immigration levels would benefit Canada, study finds Conference Board of Canada report looks at how different immigration levels affect population size, workers-per-retiree ratio, GDP and health-care costs.Raising Canada’s current annual intake of 300,000 immigrants could greatly help Canadians overcome the mounting challenges posed by an aging population and low birth rate, the Conference Board of... ↪ read more...

Fierce Outcry Builds Over Proposed Small Business Tax Changes in Canada

Fierce Outcry Builds Over Proposed Small Business Tax Changes in Canada Summer vacations are over and tech entrepreneurs along with the small business community are up in arms over the government's proposed tax changes that they say threaten Canada's economic prosperity.Tech entrepreneurs have been praising the government's efforts to support innovation, but proposals to crack down on perceived tax loopholes and abuse of private... ↪ read more...

Benefits of Studying in Canada

Benefits of Studying in Canada Quality Education, Respected QualificationsCanada has high academic standards and diligent quality controls in education. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized and is considered on par with the qualifications obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries. The country is one of the top education performers in the world... ↪ read more...

Relocating To Canada - How To Find A Place To Live

Relocating To Canada - How To Find A Place To Live Relocating to a big and popular country like Canada is indeed exciting but when it comes to establishing yourself there firmly, right from the time you have landed, things may seem daunting. One of the most challenging aspects immigrants experience post-immigration is finding a comfortable accommodation. Taking into account this fact, we'll help you with... ↪ read more...

McDonald's Canada: 95K job-seekers' info hacked

McDonald's Canada: 95K job-seekers' info hacked TORONTO -- McDonald's Canada says the jobs section of its website has been hacked, compromising the personal information of about 95,000 applicants over the last three years.The company said Friday the accessed information included names, addresses, phone numbers, employment histories and other standard job application information of those who applied online... ↪ read more...

China Surpasses Canada as Top Buyer of U.S. Crude

China Surpasses Canada as Top Buyer of U.S. Crude China became the biggest buyer of U.S. crude oil in February, surpassing Canada, at a time when OPEC is cutting back output.China imported 8.08 million barrels of U.S. light crude, nearly quadrupling its January purchases, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau Tuesday. That helped boost U.S. exports to a record 31.2 million barrels during the... ↪ read more...

Coast Capital Wants to Compete With Canada's Big Banks

Coast Capital Wants to Compete With Canada's Big Banks Coast Capital Savings, Canada’s biggest credit union by membership, plans to expand beyond British Columbia to challenge the dominance of the nation’s banks.The member-owned lender expects approval from the province to become federally regulated by the end of June, with consent from Canada’s financial watchdog by the middle of next year, Chief... ↪ read more...

Li Ka-Shing Buys Canada's Reliance Home for $2.1 Billion

Li Ka-Shing Buys Canada's Reliance Home for $2.1 Billion Li Ka-Shing, Hong Kong’s richest man, is adding to his assets in Canada with the purchase of Reliance Home Comfort from Alinda Capital Partners for C$2.82 billion ($2.1 billion).The purchase of the water heater and air conditioner firm will be made through CKP (Canada) Holdings Ltd. and is conditional on customary approvals, according to a statement... ↪ read more...

Trudeaumania 2.0 gave 'Made in Canada' products a major global boost

Trudeaumania 2.0 gave 'Made in Canada' products a major global boost Whether they’re zipping up a Roots leather jacket in Israel or pulling on a Canada Goose parka in Switzerland, more shoppers are showing love for brands with a “Made in Canada” label, according to recent global survey. German-based statistics and market research firm Statista found positive perception of Canadian-made goods surged by 45 per... ↪ read more...

For Google, the AI Talent Race Leads Straight to Canada

For Google, the AI Talent Race Leads Straight to Canada This morning, Google announced it’s starting an AI lab in Toronto. At the same time, it’s helping to fund a public-private partnership with the University of Toronto to develop and commercialize AI talent and ideas. In November, the company made a similar move in Montreal—a city that has also attracted Microsoft’s attention. The Canadian connection... ↪ read more...


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