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Trudeau stands tall in Asia by rejecting the status quo

Trudeau stands tall in Asia by rejecting the status quo

MCGARVEY By rejecting the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Trudeau is signalling that globalization has abandoned some key principles and must be fixed (FREE to subscribers)

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

We placed a dismal 18th for ease of doing business, even behind such countries as Georgia and Macedonia (FREE)

Ten body language myths that limit success

Ten body language myths that limit success

GOMAN Body language plays a key role in your career but don’t limit your success by buying into these myths (FREE to members)

Is the future of NAFTA truly bleak?

By understanding that free-trade agreements benefit consumers, businesses and governments, this deal can be saved (FREE)

Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Assume that Canada was sent a job posting by a headhunter. It sought applicants for the world’s top oil and gas jurisdiction (FREE)

Solving the identity theft puzzle will take teamwork

Solving the identity theft puzzle will take teamwork

Collaboration among business and all levels of government can mean more secure transactions and a significant drop in identity theft (FREE to subscribers)

Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance

Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance

TAUBE Was the prime minister simply late to a critical meeting on the trade deal or did he attempt to sabotage it? ($$)

The AI tipping point much closer than you think

The self-play, self-training concept of the AlphaGo Zero software provides a glimpse into the future of artificial intelligence (FREE)

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Private businesses and international investors have lost confidence in Canada as a competitive place to do business (FREE)

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

Most politicians came to office well-intentioned but ill-equipped to deal with the complexities of energy matters