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Why the Ontario Aerospace Industry Is So Important to Canada

Ontario’s aerospace industry deals with various sectors within the airline world. Ontario Aerospace Industry is the second largest in Canada and employs around 21,000 people, and generates large annual revenues of around $6 billion a year.

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Hong Kongers Look to Toronto, Vancouver as Protests Continue

Wealthy Hong Kongers looking to move to Toronto and Vancouver as Anti-Govt protests continue. The 2019 Hong Kong protests are an ongoing series of demonstrations in Hong Kong, China, which began to oppose the introduction of the Fugitive Offenders amendment bill proposed by the Hong Kong government.

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Canadian Tax Evaders Monitored on Social Media

Social media posts of Canadian taxpayers who could be cheating on their taxes are being monitored by the Canada Revenue Agency.

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How to Be an Export Leader? Tips From Top Canadian Companies

Canadian businesses are at the forefront of some industries, yet there aren’t enough businesses pursuing opportunities in international markets. Why don’t Canadian companies head out to capture foreign shores and their customers?

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Can Electric Transport Trucks Become More Popular Than Electric Cars?

Electric trucks carrying cargo could be the future of cargo land transport. They could become more popular than the electric passenger cars that are slowly gaining a foothold in the car industry among the rich and energy conscious.

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Hot Housing Good for Vancouver’s Furniture Business

Vancouver’s Hot housing market good for the high-end furniture business.

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Tips from Done Right Demos on Commercial Demolition

Some tips from Done Right Demos on Commercial Demolition on what to look for when hiring a contractor.

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Tax Tips: Restaurants Should Not Treat Tips as Income

But how do restaurants deal with tips in their taxes? There are actually two ways a restaurant can deal with the tips the staff make.

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Small Businesses in Canada Are Not Ready For CETA

With CETA due to come into effect at the end of July this year, most Canadian small businesses aren’t ready to take advantage of it.

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Will Canadian Companies Be Affected by Baby Boomer Retirements?

Baby boomers are those people born after world war two up until the mid-1960s. The first baby boomers reached the standard retirement age of 65 in 2011 and subsequently, others started leaving the workforce, making it difficult to fill in the gap of the retiring employees.

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