One for All and All for One!

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This old adage, the motto of the Three Musketeers, perfectly embodies the philosophy of relay racing though, of course, living up to it is not always as easy as it sounds. Robert Esmie, Glenroy Gilbert, Donovan Bailey and myself, Bruny Surin, were four teammates but also four individual athletes with enormous ambition and unlimited aspirations. [...]

Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: The Backbone of Canada’s Economy

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By Danielle Klassen What do Canadians value more than the country’s public schools, legal systems, banks and even health care systems? The answer may surprise you: small businesses win favour over all of these institutions because of their contributions to the nation’s economy. Small businesses ranked second most valuable to Canadians, closely behind the farming [...]

Good Chemistry: SMEs Offer Science Grads a Strong Mix of Job Benefits

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By Laura Jakobschuk Variety is the spice of life, and science students looking for an interesting career path may find more excitement in small businesses. In many fields, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) offer more opportunities than larger companies for graduates entering the workforce. The work is usually more diverse and less repetitive, which provides [...]

Les arts et la culture du Nord : Un patrimoine…et des emplois

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By Hilary Thomson Canada’s North: a land of ice and snow that is fertile with culture, art and opportunity. The northern territories represent a huge portion of the country’s landmass, yet are home to very little of its population. Even so, the art and culture of the North has come to represent Canada in many [...]