Gilles LeVasseur comments on a new program for growing commercial marijuana in the Niagara region.
The 2017 IPAC Vanier Medal recipient is Dr. David Zussman former Dean of the Telfer School of management
Gilles LeVasseur discusses the United Kingdom’s decision of not renewing Uber’s operating license.
Gilles LeVasseur argues that the provincial government's bill on official bilingualism will be speeded up by the provincial government.
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Tyler Chamberlin comments on Amazon's announcement of its search for a North American city to host "HQ2," creating 50,000 full-time jobs over the next 15 years.
Gilles LeVasseur screens the trial of three former Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway employees who face charges of criminal negligence following the explosion of a train at Lac Mégantic in 2013.
Enactus Ottawa's Sprout program was founded in the summer of 2015 at the University of Ottawa and 10 students keep the program running each year, trying to help neighbourhoods, often low income, that have limited access to fresh, healthy food.
Gilles LeVasseur is discussing the creation of a free zone for the Quebec City and Lévis region, which offers importing manufacturing companies, raw materials without paying customs duties and taxes.
Douglas Angus and Patrick Fafard comment on the new division of responsibilities in the federal cabinet.
The shift of Executive MBA candidates paying their own way is rippling across business schools across Canada. At the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management, the number of self-funding students has skyrocketed from 10% to roughly 70% over the past 20 years.
Gilles LeVasseur discusses the $ 4.3 million in financial assistance offered to Pages Jaunes by the Government of Quebec in 2016.
Michael Mulvey explains that the effectiveness of emotional advertising is grounded in the idea of repetition and conditioning.
Gilles LeVasseur discusses the legality of an Innu Band Council practice of publicly posting names of suspected drug sellers.
Gilles LeVasseur discusses the decline in the proportion of Francophones in the region.
Telfer School found in their report entitled Action Strategies to Support Women's Enterprise Development that $117 billion of profit per year comes from small and medium businesses owned or mostly owned by women.
Michael Mulvey comments on David Segal’s (founder of DavidsTea) plans to make salads the next big thing in fast, casual, dining.
A survey led by Jane O'Reilly found that being ostracised at work has a bigger impact than harassment, causing harm to employees' wellbeing and leading to greater job turnover.
Gilles LeVasseur explains that placing microchips in the hands of employees at Three Square Market contravenes several principles of law.
Darlene Himick co-authored a research paper that looks at the pros and cons of social impact bonds (SIBs), which will soon be trialled in Ontario.