GAIL LETHBRIDGE: Griping about ‘youth today’ is a rite of passage
A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
MARTIN PELLETIER: How low interest rates and big tech make value investing a nightmare
'I don’t expect Barrick to get paid': $5.83-billion arbitration win in Pakistan leaves unanswered questions
Desjardins expands protection plan for members after data breach
Canadian housing enters a new 'boring' era amid modest gains in sales
OSC complaint, class-action lawsuits could add to CannTrust's woes
Estate of Deciem mogul Brandon Truaxe in court to recover millions he paid for luxury jet
KEVIN CARMICHAEL: Bank of Canada puts rate firmly on hold as global trade war damage rises
The Bank of Canada might not be such an outlier after all. Governor Stephen Poloz and his deputies left the benchmark interest rate unchanged on July 10. They also looked past a recent run of strong data and issued a mostly dour assessment of the ...
ENTREVESTOR: Halifax's Kula Partners launches Synchrostack
After 16 years as an agency, Kula Partners of Halifax has launched a product called Synchrostack that helps manufacturers integrate the various components of their e-commerce systems. Kula is a 15-person operation that in recent years has ...
ENTREVESTOR: NovaResp aims to improve treatment for sleep apnea
A new medical startup by Dalhousie University Ph.D. graduate Hamed Hanafi plans to use artificial intelligence to treat sleep apnea. The condition causes patients to intermittently stop breathing in their sleep. It’s usually treated with ...
Saskatchewan and Manitoba emerge as testing grounds for same-day cannabis delivery
It's all thanks to the provinces' relatively liberal retail regimes, which allow private actors to operate online stores ...
ENTREVESTOR: Atlantic Venture Forum showcases startup potential
The Atlantic Venture Forum is showcasing an interesting group of entrepreneurs this week — a young group that collectively says they are on the cusp of exponential revenue growth. The annual conference is a meeting place between East Coast ...
ENTREVESTOR: Atlantic Canadian startups eyeing the stock market like never before
The stock market is looming larger in the Atlantic Canadian startup community than it ever has before, as several leading companies are choosing public markets as the best option to secure long-term financing. Just in the past week, Metamaterial ...
TOBAN DYCK: Like it or not, glyphosate is a big part of Canadian farming
I was hiking on Vancouver Island when I took the call from an unknown number. It lasted about 20 minutes. I listened. It was compelling and telling. The caller, who had apparently sleuthed for my number, said that I had “singlehandedly ...
SCOTT HANNAH: Reduce your debt by 80 per cent, but there’s a catch
Q: I remember my parents arguing about money a lot when I was growing up. There never seemed to be enough to pay all of the bills all of the time. My dad was adamant that he would never go bankrupt because he personally knew a lot of the people he ...
WILL STEWART: Cannabis acceptance will increase with rollout of new products
Health Canada recently released new regulations that set the stage for the next wave of cannabis legalization. Starting late this year, regulations will permit various new forms for the consumption of cannabis such as edibles, drinkables, ...
KEVIN CARMICHAEL: How Canada's internal trade barriers and standards bodies block the innovation economy
Edmonton-based Levven Electronics Ltd. is in the lead group of companies that will make it possible to connect your entire house to the internet. Led by chief executive James Keirstead, a serial entrepreneur who previously made a name for himself ...