Tax time can be a nightmare for some small business owners. Expenses you dint realize existed cropping up or not understanding whether an expense is a business expense or not.
JCD Réfrigération is a Montreal-based company that serve mainly the Montreal’s West Island area. They specialize in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) repairs and installations, both residential and commercial.
While travelling to exotic, distant lands is everyone’s dream, the long haul flight to reach there is not always something most travelers look forward to. Whether you are travelling for business or leisure here are our top ten ways to make your long distance flight a lot less stressful.
Chinese investors don’t have the patience to endure lengthy regulatory process required in Canada for infrastructure projects, Chinese Ambassador Lu Shaye recently said in an interview.
The 10 day Calgary Stampede began on July 7 and is an indicator the city’s economy is now improving. Held every July in Calgary, Alberta, the event attracts over one million visitors a year and features what is billed as one of the world’s largest rodeos, a parade, stage shows, concerts, and other exhibitions and competitions.
Minutes Depot (Minutes Dépôt) was founded in 2014 when Christian Saraililis, a lawyer and entrepreneur, teamed up with programmer Sébastien Rosa to create a product for businesses looking for management and sharing of corporate minute books.
Uber users can now tip their drivers. The cab hailing company now has a feature on its app through which users can tip their drivers and remains completely optional. The feature does it not replace any of Uber’s already existing options such as the star rating system or the driver compliment feature, according to the company.
The story of the coin that became loved. It was thirty years ago when the loonie made its first appearance in Canada, unsurprisingly, people were reluctant to accept it initially and had concern regarding its weight, clunky appearance and forgoing the familiarity of one dollar bills.
Ontario’s aerospace industry deals with various sectors within the airline world. Ontario Aerospace Industry is the second largest in Canada and employees around 21,000 people and generates large annual revenues of around $6 billion a year.