Just like smart businesses, professional sports teams leave no stone unturned in their quest for talent
In a Utopian dream world, the janitor at a successful company would make more than the CEO at a money-losing one
Central Canada must adapt if it wants to keep up with the rest of the country
Canada is blessed with many natural resources. It’s both a cliché and a truism that our most important resource is our people. The reason we enjoy the quality of living and standard of life we do is because of the way generations before us transformed and tamed this wild land.
I was pretty good at arithmetic when I was a kid. And I don’t think I’ve lost my touch. According to what I was taught in the 1960s, 2 + 3 = 5.