TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Proponents of Canada’s long-standing flow-through share tax incentive programme, which is available to mineral exploration companies to raise funds to look for new deposits, say that increased benefits could help resuscitate the domestic industry, even though signs are pointing towards a possible trough being reached in what has been one of the worst commodity price downturns in decades.READ MORE
The Canadian Gift Association (CanGift) is a nonprofit rooted in a 40-year history. The Association is dedicated to improving its members’ competitive capability and business effectiveness in Canada’s $10-billion giftware industry.READ MORE
Toronto’s Hazelton Lanes Shopping Centre is officially a thing of the past. Earlier this week, landlord First Capital Realty officially changed the shopping centre’s name to Yorkville Village, as it integrates the renovated mall into the adjacent neighbourhood.READ MORE
With cyber attacks steadily increasing in sophistication, frequency and magnitude, we must ask ourselves whether Canada is ready to meet the challenge these threats pose to our economy, national security and the overall wellbeing of Canadians. Unfortunately, when compared to the United States, the United Kingdom or Germany, Canada is clearly lagging in terms of cyber readiness.READ MORE
Charles Gane never intended to get into the cottage business. After all, the principal of Toronto-based Core Architects has more than enough on his plate.
Over the past two decades, Gane and his partners have designed 150 condominium projects (50 in downtown Toronto), master planned communities, private homes, sports clubs, hotels, stores and offices in Canada and the U.S. They’ve also netted big-name projects overseas, including the Dubai Marina on the Persian Gulf, the flagship branch of Dubai Bank, the design of several Caribbean resorts and numerous condominium projects in Dubai.READ MORE
“Fast Money” trader Guy Adami and Little League pitcher Mo’ne Davis play ball in the studio.READ MORE