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More than making copies: what interns want
Despite hearing that �companies just use you� in internships, Nadya Sayenko, 26, was undeterred. The recent York University graduate in communications and business landed a three-month stint as an event management intern with Managing Matters Inc., ...
Does temporary foreign workers program create second class of labourers?
To achieve a quick decision on bringing in outsiders, a company must agree to random audits to ensure they are following the rules.
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A progressive investing strategy
It's a regular ritual: Economists and market strategists give their forecasts for both the economy and the major asset classes, leaving it up to investors, to somehow put it all together.
The right trade-offs bring the right immigrants
One approach to this impending shortage of skills is simply to increase overall immigration levels. But estimates from a recent study by the C.D.
Canadian immigration rules blur when illness involved  National Post
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Lagging green standards hamper competitiveness, Ottawa told
The world is moving to a new business standard for being green, but Canada is not moving along with it - to its detriment, according to a new report.
United companies, divided brands
What you will see is a rainbow of brands - Avis red, Hertz yellow, Budget orange, and Thrifty blue among them - but things are not as multicoloured as they appear.
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Insurance industry pool to combat proliferation of high-cost drugs
More than 20 Canadian insurance companies have banded together and pooled their resources in an effort to prevent medium-sized employers from being forced to scale down or eliminate group drug plans for their staff.
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Ontario moves to open up Far North with $5.1-billion chromite deal
The government of Ontario took a big step toward unearthing the geological treasures of the province's Far North in announcing an investment to develop the first mine in the mineral-rich Ring of Fire.
Cliffs plans $1.8-billion chromite processing plant near Sudbury  Financial Post
Cliffs may export 40% of chromite from Ontario Ring of Fire for processing  Winnipeg Free Press
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Coal fights to keep crown as power mainstay
From NASCAR and YouTube to campaign donations and Washington lobbyists, coal supporters are embracing an all-of-the-above strategy to defend the industry against what they consider regulatory overreach in Washington.
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Universities can transform campuses into test beds for sustainability: UBC ...
John Robinson, executive director of the UBC Sustainability Initiative, said in an interview Friday that universities combine education and research, ownership of their own buildings, and a more liberal approach to investment returns than the private ...
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