Blog

Elavon: Visa small business outlook for Canada in 2022

Author: Elavon According to Visa’s Spring 2022 Small Business Pulse report, while the past two years have been very difficult for small businesses in particular, business owners project success for 2022 and are highly optimistic about the future. On average in


Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Attracting and Retaining Talent is Key! Immigration Strategies for Canadian Companies

Author: Melissa Babel, B.A. (Hons) LL.B, Barrister and Solicitor at Babel Immigration Law Talent is in demand around the world, and many skilled foreign workers will have the option of immigrating to more than one country. Canadians have long focused



Quick Start to Corporate Social Responsibility

Author: Deborah Kenley, Senior Coordinator of Greening Corporate Grounds at Credit Valley Conservation Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has soared in importance as corporate leaders have come to terms with the social and environmental costs of doing business. The United Nations Sustainable



Canada’s Bank For Business Owners Builds On Success In Ontario

Author: Samuel Cummings, AVP and Market Lead, Mississauga, Canadian Western Bank Since opening our Mississauga banking centre in October 2020 — the first Canadian Western Bank location in Ontario — we have been amazed by the diversity, resiliency, and welcoming-nature



Leveraging Foreign Talent for Your Business

Author: Rick Lamanna, Director at Fragomen In the current economic environment, attracting talent for your business is more important as ever. Increasingly, that talent may come in the form of foreign workers, who bring a wide range of benefits to



Get to Know Your DMO: Meet Tourism Mississauga

Behind every popular tourism locale is a team of people tasked with showcasing its virtues. Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) are critical to creating a tourism strategy that ultimately drives increased economic impact across the setting’s business sectors – from transportation



“She-Covery”

Author: Meghan Smith, Ontario Chamber of Commerce In March of 2020 the world came to a standstill due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Ontario government called a state of emergence and immediate shut down of all non-essential businesses in hopes



Salumatics Document Shredding Program, Making a Difference Locally

Author: Chris Peebles, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Salumatics When the late Dave Machika, CEO of Salumatics, initially participated in The Ride to Conquer Cancer, he had not perceived how immense the influence of the event would be.



Significant Changes in Ontario Estates Law

Author: Daniela Fonseca, Associate at KMB Law A number of changes to Ontario’s inheritance law have recently been implemented in an effort to modernize the practice of estate law. These changes came about as a result of the government enacting



New Anti-money Laundering Measures

Author: Anne M. Kennedy, Partner, Risk and Practice Management, Pallett Valo LLP Recent amendments to the Law Society of Ontario’s Anti-Money Laundering measures require lawyers to ask their clients for additional information whenever they are receiving, paying, or transferring funds,