Spotlight on Mining

The mining industry of Canada has been engaging with plenty of communities spanning from both coasts of the country. The industry is more significantly present on remote regions in the North and on communities of the indigenous. It requires a great amount of workforce from both the aforementioned communities and in large urban areas.
As the industry faces the challenges of labour shortage and the continuous growth of technology-reliance, it must adapt and thoroughly refine the approach through making adjustments on how to add variety, provide training, and promote improvement on its workforce.
The mining industry must also …

The Future of Entrepreneurship

As of now, the lifeblood of Canada’s economy and possibly its future are the entrepreneurs and their SMEs. The start-ups of the present are the Canadian multinationals’ flagship of the future.
The challenge now is what will be the best series of actions to promote education, provide support, and give encouragement to Canadian entrepreneurs, without any biases against age, gender, or experience, to innovate and uplift the companies that will bring Canada’s economy to the forefront in the future.
This series, which is supported by the Canadian Business Growth Fund, illustrates the leaders of different sectors of the …