Canadian business news
The current Covid-19 pandemic has meant significant changes to how Torontonians get their food. Restaurants are either closed entirely or offering the only takeout. There are several choices in the Toronto market that we’ll cover here.
CETA or The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement is a free-trade agreement between Canada, the European Union and its member states. It has been provisionally applied, so the treaty has eliminated 98 per cent of the tariffs between Canada and the EU.
Blockchain technology, which is an umbrella term for the technology behind bitcoin, is emerging as the science to look forward to in the future.
Canadian companies have always considered the U.S. as the next logical destination to expand into. With changing trade regulations and international relationships, Europe should also be viewed as a market that Canadian companies must immediately consider.
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.
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.
Social media posts of Canadian taxpayers who could be cheating on their taxes are being monitored by the Canada Revenue Agency.
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?
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.