Monthly Archives: October 2015

What’s New — Proper Pain Relief

Trying to decipher the dizzying array of painkillers at your local pharmacy is enough to give you a headache. But what you don’t know could do more than hurt you; it could kill you. Conservative estimates put the Canadian population’s … Continue reading

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What’s New — Michele Romanow

At just 29, Michele Romanow has already launched four successful tech companies – including Buytopia, the site that saves you up to 90% off a product’s retail price – and, on October 7, she officially joins the investors on the … Continue reading

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What’s New — How to Manage the Lagging Loonie

As the loonie hovers in the mid-70-cent range against the U.S. dollar, there are two distinct pairs of eyes watching the action closely: those who stand to win and those who stand to lose. Businesses that sell Canadian products or … Continue reading

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What’s New — Budget-Stretching Strategies

Between the lagging loonie and creeping recession, entrepreneurs are feeling the squeeze on their bottom line. More than ever, they need to make every dollar count. Professor Barbara Orser at the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management, and Mark … Continue reading

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