Net Zero Can Be a Net Win For Mississauga

Author: Trevor McPherson, President & CEO of Mississauga Board of Trade Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney has often remarked about the close relationship he enjoyed with both Presidents Reagan and George H. W. Bush.  There were many areas of common

Brighter Days Ahead

Author: Steve Rhone, 2023 MBOT Chair, Present & CEO, Weston Forest Well, we have survived another winter, and are looking forward to brighter days ahead. I would be remiss to not make a few comments about the passing of a

Live Vibrantly, Indulge in Sophistication

Author: The Shores of Port Credit Experience luxury living in the heart of charming Port Credit, the GTA’s hidden gem. With plenty to do, see and savour, and the city just a 25-minute GO Train ride away, nothing is far

Top 5 Tips When Selling Your Home

Author: Lubna Hisham, General Manager, Mississauga Thinking of selling your home? Here are our top 5 tips to keep in mind that can help you navigate the home selling journey. Tip #1 Price it right Every homeowner highly values

Business Immigration – Canada and U.S.

Author: Melissa Babel (B.A. (Hons) LL.B, Barrister and Solicitor, Babel Immigration Law) Canada Immigration Update An ambitious Levels Plan for Canadian Immigration On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship announced Canada’s 2023-2025 Immigration Levels Plan. This multi-year

Square One: A Historic Landmark, Heartbeat of our City

Author: Tourism Mississauga For almost 50 years, Square One Shopping Centre has served as the pinnacle of Mississauga’s city centre. Helping to put Mississauga on the map for visitors the world over and drawing crowds that drive guests to nearby

In a World Full of Uncertainty for Businesses, Here’s One Thing You Can Control Unleash the Power of Productivity

Author: Jamohl Rutherford (Jamohl Rutherford, MBA, is leader of BDC’s small business team in GTA West (Mississauga, Halton Region and Etobicoke). If you’re a business owner these days, the uncertainty never seems to end. Inflation, labour shortages, supply disruption, economic

Five Common Will Myths: Debunked

Author: Sabrina Gismondi November is “Make a Will Month” in Ontario. In the spirit of raising awareness for how essential it is to have a Will, I thought it would be helpful to debunk some common myths I often hear

How to Mitigate the Impact of the Coming Recession Through Invoice Factoring

Author: J D Factors Canada’s economy is expected to experience two consecutive quarters of negative GDP in Q1 and Q2 of 2023, according to expert economists. This will constitute a technical recession, and while economists are optimistic it will be

With No “Overnight Fix, the Solution is Clear

Author: Trevor McPherson, President & CEO of Mississauga Board of Trade Let’s face it – the current business and economic climate is downright dizzying.  It’s difficult to be optimistic with so many clouds circling above us.  In fact, there’s a