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The war for Canada’s tech talent

Lesson Plans   |   March 27, 2020

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The article discusses the implications for Canada of Google’s expansion.... read more

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How to analyze complex problems

Lesson Plans   |   March 23, 2020

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The article discusses the growth of the craft brewing industry and the challenges the industry is currently facing.... read more

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How to find creative solutions for complex problems

Lesson Plans   |   March 19, 2020

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This article illustrates how entrepreneurs need creativity in solving complex problems.... read more

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Canadian business leaders say Teck’s Frontier decision sends ‘terrible message’ to investors

In the News   |   February 24, 2020

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The cancellation of the massive Frontier oil sands mine prompted a swift and negative reaction from Canada’s business leaders, who warn it sends a “terrible message” and confirms the politicization of Canada’s regulatory process. However,... read more

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Canadian Tire expanding in-store pickup program to support growing e-commerce efforts

In the News   |   February 14, 2020

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Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. will roll out lockers for online order pick-ups at hundreds of its stores in the coming year, as the company works to convince online shoppers to visit its stores. The retailer... read more

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Industry groups warn rail protests are hurting supply chain

In the News   |   February 13, 2020

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Canada’s retailers and manufacturers are braced for shutdowns and dwindling supplies as demonstrators blocked ports and rail lines, bringing much of the country’s rail-freight network to a halt. Industry groups said on Wednesday that the... read more

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How tech can widen the scope of a business

Lesson Plans   |   February 13, 2020

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This article explores how technology can help a local enterprise engage a wider community.... read more

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The positive side of disruption

Lesson Plans   |   February 10, 2020

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The theme of the decade is disruption. This article is another example of disruption and one way it is positively affecting Canadian content in the entertainment industry.... read more

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Google plans to triple Canadian workforce to as many as 5000 employees

In the News   |   February 6, 2020

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Google plans to more than triple its work force in Canada over the next three years to as many as 5,000 employees across Toronto, Montreal and Ontario’s Kitchener-Waterloo region. The expansion will include three new... read more

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Trouble brewing: Is Canada’s craft beer industry headed for a spill?

In the News   |   January 24, 2020

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In an ice-fishing hut on Gull Lake, Alta., in 2014, Graeme Bredo, a pharmacy student, turned to his brother Charlie and asked if he wanted to start a craft brewery. The provincial government had recently... read more

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How a brand can stand out among its competitors

Lesson Plans   |   January 17, 2020

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This article looks at retail from a different perspective.... read more

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Strategies for adapting to a changing market

Lesson Plans   |   January 13, 2020

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This article describes the changing retail landscape and one innovative solution that some companies are adopting.... read more

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Tangled Roots: Iconic Canadian retailer struggles with global expansion, operational woes at home

In the News   |   January 6, 2020

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Long before it was called “athleisure” and before Lululemon was selling $75 stretchy pants, Roots made it fashionable to pay a pretty penny for sweatpants. But behind the brand’s cozy image of nostalgic Canadiana, a... read more

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Old club, new tech: Financier Michael Wekerle tries a different spin on music at Toronto’s El Mocambo

In the News   |   January 1, 2020

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Under the neon glow of Toronto’s most famous palm tree, Michael Wekerle has spent the past few years quietly intertwining two very different investments. The colourful financier and trader, who once helped the company behind... read more

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Toy Story Canada: Completed Hasbro purchase of eOne opens door for local creators to make movies and TV shows from global properties

In the News   |   December 30, 2019

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Canadian writers and directors, say hello to your new toymaker overlords. On Monday morning, the Pawtucket, R.I.-based toy and game colossus Hasbro Inc. announced it had closed its US$3.8-billion purchase of Entertainment One Ltd., Canada’s... read more

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