Over the past few years, Toronto’s housing prices have inflated like a hot air balloon, leaving first-time buyers priced out of the market and experts concerned about the possibility of a crash.
An expert in starting up a business, says most prospective business owners need to start with a question directed at themselves.
The Story Arts Centre at the East York campus of Centennial College will stage a workshop called The Accelerating Entrepreneurs and Leaders (ACCEL) program on Sept. 28. One of the ACCEL business coaches, David Cowdery, believes the whole process starts by asking a key question.
“I ask them all the same question, ‘When was the last time you bought or paid for the thing you are about to do?’” he said. “If they say, ‘Never,’ then we need to think about it.”
In the latest round of media cuts, Rogers Media has announced 200 layoffs, representing four percent of its workforce.
The Bank of Canada announced yesterday it’s holding the key interest rate at 0.5 per cent.
Black Friday is here and stores all over Canada are packed with anxious shoppers looking to catch the best deals leading up to the holidays. Toronto Observer’s Nicole Dawe and Radhika Bhardwaj bring you live Black Friday coverage from the Eaton Centre and beyond.
Sears Canada Inc. has created a new position called president and chief merchant, and has appointed retail industry expert Carrie Kirkman to it.