March Issue of The Canadian Business Journal Now Online
Our cover story focuses on the rapid and pronounced decline of the Canadian dollar and whether it will have positive repercussions for exporting automobiles, particularly to the U.S. On the surface that may seem to be the case, but other factors will have to be recognized for sustained increases to properly take hold. In addition to that, economics expert Tina Kremmidas examines the pros and cons of having a lower valued dollar.
We also have a very comprehensive Special Report on UA Canada. Founded in the United States in 1889, the United Association is one of the most influential building trades unions anywhere in the world. CBJ had a lengthy discussion with John Telford, Director of Canadian Affairs & International Vice President - District 6 who provided a very candid, informative perspective on this hugely successful federation.
Mergers & Acquisitions professional Mark Borkowski has an interesting column on how some companies are in need of a new sales strategy. He also examines whether or not there can be a proper solution to poverty in the country.
As always, CBJ has informative columns from regular contributors Joe Connelly and Melonie Dodaro. There are also insightful Business in Action profiles including a feature on the new Ottawa LRT Confederation Line. You will find all of that and much more in this edition.
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(Marketwired - March 3, 2015)