Pay raises are something people are usually happy about, but at the start of 2018, the minimum-wage increase is leaving some people across Ontario frustrated.
For creative entrepreneur Sean Kung, his concrete homeware business 1842 is a way for him to work with his hands.
Compared to his “real boring adult job” in digital media, creating concrete planters and lights is “a way to get that hands-on tangible work in,” Kung said.
Every day for the last 19 years, Salim “Sam” Hadad, his daughter Mary and his son-in-law Emel were up at 7 a.m. to open Milk Mart Convenience at Pape and Cosburn avenues in Toronto’s Pape Village. Milk Mart…
The Toronto Public Library in collaboration with the Toronto Business Development Centre and the city of Toronto offers the eight-week program called Business Inc. designed to help aspiring entrepreneurs develop their businesses.
Nicholas Hoare, Toronto’s pre-eminent British bookstore located at 45 Front Street East, has announced it will be closing on April 1, 2013.
Scarborough residents can call for free advice regarding small businesses or personal finance.