Toronto budget chief Gary Crawford’s newly balanced budget has its share of critics. The spending package originally had a $91-million gap.
The calorie labelling law if in full flight in Ontario, and the ministry is confident that it will be a success.
Few expected Trump to be elected the president of the United States.
Trump’s lead on Tuesday sent global financial markets into disarray as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted by 800 points overnight. But despite the early panic on election night, financial markets quickly bounced back into shape on Wednesday.
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.