When you ask a former employer or colleague for a reference, it’s usually safe to assume that they will give a positive one.
Whenever kids are involved, there’s always the potential for things to get messy. Sometimes they break stuff – it’s just part of growing up.
At a time of year when many of our minds drift to tranquil lakes, cold drinks, lazy afternoons and long, quiet evenings, the Supreme Court of Canada has been busy issuing several…
On Dec. 10, 2016, the new Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 (the “Act”) was entered into force.
There are no shortage of adrenaline-pumping activities to fill your summer.
Sgt. Peter Merrifield is an RCMP officer with an interest in politics.
Recently, the Government of Canada moved to address the current lack of regulation with respect to recreational drones.
What are the new rules?
- Communications professionals nearly always start their creative process with the written word as a way to clarify and explain an issue or improve understanding. Just as valuable as the words, however…
People talk a lot about managing change, and there is hardly a public or private organization that hasn’t been through the joys and the pains associated with organizational change.