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You may not be as valuable to your employer as you think

You may not be as valuable to your employer as you think

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The value of your skills and experience on the job market is determined by how much employers are willing to pay for them When considering the value of an item from a holistic perspective and through the philosophical lenses of existentialism, you realize an item has no value until someone is willing to pay for...
Innovate BC awards $2.3M to B.C. R&D projects

Innovate BC awards $2.3M to B.C. R&D projects

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VANCOUVER – Yesterday at an awards ceremony in Vancouver, Innovate BC awarded $2,325,000 to eight B.C. research and development projects that are creating game-changing innovations that are improving lives for British Columbians. Specifically, this year’s funding, through Innovate BC’s Ignite program, is accelerating the commercialization of biotech...
Ford needs to make his gas tax cut permanent

Ford needs to make his gas tax cut permanent

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Hardworking Ontario families need all the help they can get If Ontario Premier Doug Ford doesn’t want to be the grinch who stole Christmas, he’ll start working on a plan to make Ontario’s temporary gas tax cut permanent. Ontario drivers are now at the midpoint of the Ford government’s temporary gas tax relief period...
Only 6% of investors have bought crypto to hedge against the recession in 2022

Only 6% of investors have bought crypto to hedge against the recession in 2022

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Cryptocurrencies are a good investment during a recession because they are not correlated with the stock market. Inflation and economic recession are two of the things that investors dread the most. Both can erode the value of investments and cause financial hardship. Many investors try to hedge against these risks by buying assets that are not...
RESCON outlines 15 actions governments should take to boost supply of new housing

RESCON outlines 15 actions governments should take to boost supply of new housing

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VAUGHAN – The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) is calling on all three levels of government to tackle the housing supply and affordability crisis by immediately adopting a series of recommendations aimed at speeding up dysfunctional planning approvals processes, allowing more infill development, lowering taxes...