November Issue of The Canadian Business Journal Now Online
With Canadian innovation on the decline, a panel of experts from big business, government and education sat down to discuss what needs to be done to ensure our country remains competitive in this global marketplace. Included in the discussion were: Dr. Daniel Muzyka, President and CEO at The Conference Board of Canada and Dr. Peter Nicholson, Inaugural President, Council of Canadian Academies from 2006 to 2009, and who is also a Member of the Order of Canada.
Economics expert Tina Kremmidas examines the topic of global remittance flows, which is the money migrants send to their home countries to support their local families and communities.
Columnist Mark Borkowski discusses raising capital for your business. Owning an enterprise is a strenuous task and isn't cut out for everyone.
As always, we have columns from our other regular contributors Joe Connelly and Melonie Dodaro and insightful Business in Action profiles on successful enterprises, including Prairie Wealth Management of Saskatoon and Nautel of Hackett's Cove, Nova Scotia, a world leading manufacturer of AM, FM and digital TV transmitters. We take a visit Lloydminster, Canada's border city, which is uniquely situated in both Saskatchewan and Alberta. Also on the municipal front we check in on Moncton, New Brunswick where a number of enhancements and big events are taking place. There's all of that and much more in this edition.
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