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To start with, we must first clarify whether immigration is regulated by the federal or provincial governments. Section 95 ofThe Constitution Act of 1867 attributes to the provincial Legislature, or provincial governments, the powers to enact laws in relation to immigration, subject to any laws...
I was recently at a very informative seminar on China's economic potential hosted by Clearsight Investment Program from Wellington West Capital. It is surprising to see the economic growth registered by China in the past few years and one wonders how fast and for how long would a country be able...
Next time you do your groceries, I want you to reflect a little on what you are buying. Are you buying a Canadian product, imported product, is it organic, genetically modified? There are many questions that we could be faced with when considering food and the consumption safety thereof.There are...
In the final quarter of 2007, the Conference Board Measure ("CBM") of CEO Confidence showed a decline to 39 points. This is the lowest measurement since the final quarter of 2000 when the CEO Confidence was registered to be 31 points. On this scale, a score above 50 reflects a more positive...
Ever wondered which Canadian universities best prepare its students for business leadership positions? According to a study conducted by the European École des Mines de Paris, anaylysing the development training programs of 338 universities accross the world, Concordia University ranked as the...
I've had the pleasure to attend, recently, a conference at the John Molson School of Business where Dr. Gad Saad presented his latest research and findings in connection with the consumer behaviour, the so called "Homo consumericus" theory.Dr. Saad's objective, unique in its approach, is the...
We all know that the first impression, whether on clients, business partners, family members etc., is crucial in establishing one's credibility. We must, therefore, make an effort to ensure that we leave a positive first impression on our clients or otherwise by adopting an appropriate business...