Canadian Business Articles
By Julie King | May 12th, 2020
By Julie King | April 20th, 2020
Many are asking, what is worse, the treatment or the cure as Covid-19 continues to devastate economies around the globe. This is an answer we cannot afford to get wrong and it is critical that we don't fall prey to converse errors as we weigh our options.
By CO Staff | March 17th, 2020
In this live article we will be posting information on different financial assistance program, including grant and loan programs for Canadian small businesses, as information becomes available.
By Julie King | March 11th, 2020
If you are running a small business in Canada, you are probably wondering how this will impact your business. This guide is designed to help Canadian small businesses get critical answer on an ongoing basis as this pandemic unfolds.
By Julie King | January 26th, 2018
Find out how Ontario's new, sweeping employment law changes will impact your small business.
By Julie King | March 13th, 2017
When does your investment in equipment start to earn you a profit? Keep reading to find out...
By Shajitha Rajavickneswaran | January 23rd, 2017
Looking to buy a commercial building but feeling overwhelmed? Understand the costs to prepare for through this 3 step breakdown.
By Shajitha Rajavickneswaran | November 15th, 2016
When Amber Mac was studying Journalism in the early 90’s out in the East Coast, little did she know she would one day become one of Canada’s most well-known tech journalists.
By Julie King | March 23rd, 2016
Yesterday's budget broke the promise the Liberal government made to keep in place the previous government's plan to reduce the small business tax rate to 9 per cent over three years and also failed to include a single item to directly support small businesses. So just what is in Budget 2016 for Canadian small businesses?
From The Archives
If you are looking for an angel to invest in your venture, be cautious, you may be getting more than money as most investment dollars have strings.
Leadership Lesson #2: When people do not understand what you mean you are at fault, not the reader or listener. This installment looks at how plain language communication can improve relations with both your customers and employees.
This is light, engaging book carries an important message that could help many business people. You can think of it as a paradigm shift, really.