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Leveraging Value from your Academic Neighbours

By Devin Kreuger Mississauga is home to world-class educational institutions. Are you taking full advantage of the resources they offer? I’ve written previously about how local businesses can access students looking for experiential learning experiences through co-op placements, internships, and


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Is the new CanExport Program right for your business?

By Teri Kirk The federal government announced Tuesday the launch of the new CanExport Program, which will help Canadian SMEs to develop new export opportunities. Read on to learn if this new fund is a match for your business. Quick


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Get Started with Online Marketing

By Ben Molfetta Now that 2016 is upon us, it’s a good time to set business priorities for the next twelve months. For many businesses, one of those priorities is online marketing. The reason is simple. The buying process has fundamentally


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Lessons on Leadership

By Richard Gerofsky If there is one thing I have learned again and again – through direct experience on the “field of battle” and from the sidelines – it is the importance of leadership in organizations facing significant change. A


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Is My Will Valid?

By Dorothy Hagel Writing your own will or using a will kit is risky. Such “homemade” wills may be accepted and probated by the Court, however, there is a very good chance that the Court may determine that the will


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Storm-proofing your business (or, ‘There’s nothing like a good recession’)

By Jan van der Hoop There’s another storm coming. I can feel it in my bones. I swear, it feels like the world is getting crazier every day. Between the fighting and the terrorism, H-bomb testing, China’s economy collapsing and


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Sprains, Strains and Automobiles

By Dianne Rende The most recent statistics published by the Workers Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)1 reports that although the workforce has grown by almost 9%, the number of registered claims has decreased by 36% and injured workers are returning


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