Make It Make Sense: What Are the Best Tax Strategies for Long-Term Investments?
Canadian Business Magazine
by Zoe Wolpert
22h ago
Welcome to CB’s personal-finance advice column, Make It Make Sense, where each month experts answer reader questions on complex investment and personal-finance topics and break them down in terms we can all understand. This month, Zoe Wolpert, a chartered investment manager and senior advisor at money-management platform Wealthsimple, tackles tax strategies to improve your long-term investments. Have a question about your finances? Send it to editor@canadianbusiness.com. Q: Aside from remembering to maximize my RRSP contributions before the end of February, what other tax s ..read more
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‘All of a Sudden the Moment Is Here’: What It’s Like to Work As an AI Ethicist
Canadian Business Magazine
by Laura Hensley
2w ago
AI is taking over—or, at least, that’s what many headlines suggest. Between replacing jobs, spreading misinformation online and the (currently unfounded) threat of AI leading to human extinction, there are plenty of concerns around the ethical and practical uses of AI. It’s a topic on many people’s minds. A 2023 KPMG report on AI found only two in five people believe current government and industry regulations, laws and safeguards are enough to make AI use safe. Here, we speak to Paula Goldman, the first-ever chief ethical and humane use officer for software company Salesforce, about why AI ne ..read more
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How Dr. Liza Egbogah Started a Celeb-Approved Supportive Shoe Business
Canadian Business Magazine
by Alex Cyr
3w ago
Growing up, Dr. Liza Egbogah was an often-injured track-and-field athlete with a desire to heal people’s ailments—including her own knee pain and plantar fasciitis. Her interests led her to study health sciences at the University of Alberta and then the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. In 2017, by then a chiropractor and osteopath, Egbogah launched Dr. Liza Shoes, a collection of orthopedic high heels meant to correct posture and alleviate joint pain. Since launching, her business has grown to include loafers, sneakers and shoulder bags, and have been worn by many different t ..read more
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Ask Emily: Is It Possible to Thrive in a Company with Toxic Leadership?
Canadian Business Magazine
by Emily Durham
1M ago
Welcome to CB’s work-advice column featuring Emily Durham, a Toronto-based senior recruiter at Intuit, public speaker and content creator known for her funny and relatable TikToks about all things work. Each month, Durham answers reader questions on topics that affect our ability to thrive in our jobs, and offers her real-world insights on how to handle even the most rock-and-a-hard-place conundrums. Have a work-related question? Send it to editor@canadianbusiness.com. Q: I have been reporting to a toxic manager for over a year now. He takes credit for my work and ..read more
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How Canada Can Rebuild Trust and Accelerate Access to Capital for All Entrepreneurs
Canadian Business Magazine
by CB Staff
1M ago
Canada’s robust and resilient economy owes much of its strength to the rich tapestry of diversity woven into its economic fabric. A driver of innovation and global trade appeal, the country’s pool of varied talent not only benefits our businesses but enables them to become more adaptable and competitive on the global stage. With that in mind, there are a number of ways we are not doing enough to support all of Canada’s innovators. Gaining access to capital is a difficult endeavour for any entrepreneur but those from diverse communities, including Canada’s BIPOC population and LGBTQ2+ community ..read more
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The State of Commercial Real Estate in Canada
Canadian Business Magazine
by CB Staff
1M ago
From a transactional standpoint, particularly for investments, it was one of the slowest years we’ve had in a long time. Inflation and subsequent interest rate increases prompted a sense of uncertainty across global real estate markets. Canadians spent most of the year asking whether interest rates would keep rising, and wondering what the effects of these elevated rates would be. The past 18 months have witnessed the impact of these rises, sending ripples through the commercial real estate (CRE) cap rate landscape—intricately influencing property valuation processes, dampening transactional a ..read more
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How to Take Parental Leave When You’re Self-Employed
Canadian Business Magazine
by Liza Agrba
1M ago
Marie Chevrier Schwartz is the founder and CEO of Sampler, the Toronto-based product-experiences company with major clients like L’Oréal and Nestlé. After building the business for eight years, she gave birth to her son in March of 2023 and planned to take a three- to six-month maternity leave. But when the CRA unexpectedly denied her parental benefits, she was forced back to the office only eight weeks after giving birth. “Before applying, I had no doubt that I would get the benefits,” Schwartz says. “I’ve been contributing to EI since I was 15.” She describes how, in the weeks following her ..read more
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Community, Representation, Sustainability and Globalization: Looking Back at eBay’s 2023 Award-Winning Sellers
Canadian Business Magazine
by CB Staff
1M ago
Since 2004, eBay has recognized Canadian entrepreneurs harnessing the e-commerce company’s digital marketplace to scale and propel their businesses through its annual Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. As we head into a new year, we’re looking back at some of the Canadian small businesses that stood out on eBay’s platform in 2023. “The winners, chosen from a record number of seller entries, showcase best-in-class examples of how the platform enables sellers to stay local and sell global, with access to 132 million buyers across 190 markets,” said eBay Canada General Manager Garry Thaniel. “At eB ..read more
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10 Things Moose Knuckles Artistic Director Carlos Nazario Can’t Live Without
Canadian Business Magazine
by Kevin John Siazon
1M ago
When Carlos Nazario joined Moose Knuckles as global artistic director, he set out to make the Canadian brand about more than just cold-weather outerwear. After many years working in the fashion industry as an editor, celebrity stylist and creative consultant, the native New Yorker has a modern outlook on the retail landscape: Brands can’t simply provide products and services anymore, he says. “A brand needs to be aligned with the cultural and social values of the people it’s trying to speak to,” he says. “You can’t just have nice coats, it has to be about more than that.” And his vision for th ..read more
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Here’s How Momentum Ventures Elevates Travel
Canadian Business Magazine
by CB Staff
1M ago
As the travel industry moves past recovery and back to growth, its future requires continued and meaningful contributions to accessibility and technological advances. Momentum Ventures is the tech-forward holding company behind several successful Canadian brands dedicated to travel. With a newly designed office space in Montreal, Momentum Ventures continues to expand and enhance operations while attracting top talent. As a dedicated enterprise, Momentum Ventures values consistent progress and attentive development in the travel sector, and achieves this by backing and sustaining their innovati ..read more
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