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What happens when an ex-pat Brit who landed in Toronto misses his local pub trivia nights? He naturally starts a corporate events and team building company specialising in Quiz Coconut.
Baby boomers are born after World War II 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.
Ontario’s aerospace industry deals with various sectors within the airline world. The Ontario Aerospace Industry is the second largest in Canada, employs around 21,000 people, and generates significant annual revenues of approximately $6 billion a year.
Media start-up companies in Canada, especially news providers, are looking at niche areas to stay relevant while avoiding competition with giants.
Can business expenses be tax deductible if you no longer operate said business? According to an article in the Financial Post, some business expenses can be tax-deductible even if the company doesn’t operate anymore.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) sends out letters every year to people it will audit. According to sources, around 30,000 such letters are sent out every year and can scare some taxpayers who receive this dreaded communication.
Some tips from Done Right Demos on Commercial Demolition on what to look for when hiring a contractor.
Oktoberfest is the world’s largest travelling fair and beer festival. Held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, it is a folk festival that lasts around 18 days from Sept to October and sees any people from across the globe attending the event. The festival is also known as the ‘beer-fest’ and is famous for its parades,…
A vinyl window decal is an image printed directly onto a transparent 3mm vinyl material sheet, allowing you to display your logo or message on your business’s storefront, windows or glass doors without entirely obstructing the view.