Gilles LeVasseur discusses the college strike.
Gilles LeVasseur analyzes the developments in the conflict over the bill tabled by the Ontario government that will force the return to work of college professors.
Guy Laflamme is among the 16 people who have been recognized by the City of Ottawa for their hard work and dedication in their respective areas of activity.
Interview with Barbara Orser ahead of the 2017 Institute for small business and entrepreneurship conference in Belfast.
This article mentions the Lifetime Achievement Award won by Guy Laflamme at the Ontario Tourism Awards of Excellence Gala.
This article features Monique Bégin winner of a lifetime prize in Maclean’s Parliamentarians of the Year awards.
Michael Mulvey discusses the cross-industry collaboration between Canopy Growth, the country’s largest licensed producer of medical marijuana, and Constellation Brands, a major U.S. alcohol manufacturer.
Gilles LeVasseur comments on the resumed negotiations at Algonquin College.
Gilles LeVasseur discusses the influence of Web giants on Canadian cultural policy.
William Rentz explains that the piece of counterfeit Royal Canadian Mint-stamped gold might just be the tip of the iceberg.
Peter Jaskiewicz explains that knowing the history of a family business, through stories, will encourage the next generation to be part of it.
Gilles LeVasseur discusses the decline in the demographic weight of Francophones in Ottawa.
Gilles LeVasseur analyses the situation of the 16,000 retirees at Sears who are unsure what portion of their pension they will receive.
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Gilles LeVasseur, comments on Sears Canada seeking court approval Friday to begin liquidating assets and the impact it may have on the 16,000 retirees who collect pensions.
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André Fortin, Telfer School of Management alumnus, is appointed Minister of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Transportation Electrification.
The Telfer School inaugurated its new, larger premises last week that better meet the needs of today's executive training.
Nour El Kadri notes that technology is giving businesses new tools to make good on the evergreen fundamentals of customer relations management.
Gilles LeVasseur believes that a verdict of guilty in the RCMP trial following the death of three police officers during a shootout in Moncton could open the door to other legal proceedings.
Gilles LeVasseur analyzes the possible merger between the Jean Coutu pharmacies and the Métro grocery chain.
Gilles LeVasseur explains that the Judge's ruling in the trial of the RCMP following the deaths of three Mounties in a shooting in Moncton in 2014 will send an important message to police forces across the country.