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Microsoft Canada President Kevin Peesker on the Principles That Drive Him Earlier this month, Microsoft launched its new Canadian headquarters in the heart of downtown Toronto. The expansion coincides with recent reports of Microsoft’s ecosystem’s impact on the Canadian economy, contributing more than $37 billion to Canada’s GDP and nearly 300,000 ...
What Neflix’s Drop in Subscribers Means for Streaming There was once a time when Netflix dominated the category of streaming so strongly that it became synonymous with the activity itself. But the monopoly that Netflix once held is fading. Platforms like Apple TV, HBO Max, Disney +, Crave ...
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What Went Down at CB x TL Insider’s Thought Leadership Panel at the ROM For the first event of our new series in partnership with Greybrook Realty, Canadian Business and Toronto Life Insiders gathered at the Royal Ontario Museum for an insightful thought leadership panel on April 27. Co-presented by CB, the panel tackled ...
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Project Arrow Is the Future of EVs in Canada The way we drive is changing. As more Canadians gravitate towards electric vehicles, the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, or APMA, is envisioning a zero-emissions future with Project Arrow, its all-Canadian concept EV.
The design of the car came from a ...
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Plug and Play: The Canadian Companies Revolutionizing the EV Industry As gas prices rose to record-shattering levels this spring—spiked by Russia’s Ukrainian invasion—Canadians were eyeing greener ways to get around. But where once it was just the odd Tesla pulling focus on the road, our national interest in electric has ...
New Gas Car Sales Will Be Banned by 2035. Is Canada Ready for That? In the summer of 2021, as Covid continued to upend our lives, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an easy-to-miss announcement: Canada would ban the sale of new gas-powered cars in 2035.
While that date may seem far off, it will ...
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9 of the Flashiest, Coolest-looking and Most Innovative New Electric Vehicles on the Market The electric vehicle revolution is here. From Hummer to Hyundai, the biggest manufacturers are sending greener cars, buses and trucks on the road. The shift from gas-powered cars to electric ones is gaining steam among drivers, too: 71 per cent ...
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The Big Business of Sobriety Over a two-day Mindful Drinking Festival in London in 2019, about 10,000 people passed through an old brewery. They were almost a perfect cross section of society: old and young, women and men, from all walks of life. At the ...
Mercedes-Benz Gears the Future of Driving Toward Sustainability By virtue of climate protection, the automobile industry is driving toward a sustainable future. Electric vehicles (EV), smart design and earth-friendly supply chain practices are part of an evolving relationship between our cars and our environment. Where luxury and sustainability ...
How Salesforce Is Driving a Net Zero Future With Technology Concordia Research Station on the Antarctica Plateau is considered to be the coldest place on Earth. So, when the temperature hit -11.5-degrees Celsius in March—the typical high is a cool -49 —it set a new world record for the largest ...
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Nicole Kaniki Is Changing the Way U of T Does Research Nicole Kaniki grew up during apartheid in South Africa. As the University of Toronto’s first-ever director of equity, diversity and inclusion in research and innovation, she is keenly focused on racial justice.
I was born and raised in Cape Town ...
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Celebrating Asian Heritage Month With Three Notable Asian-Canadian Entrepreneurs Every May, Asian Heritage Month offers an opportunity to learn about and acknowledge the tremendous contributions Asian-Canadians have made and continue to make to our country’s business and economic landscape.
As Canada’s population becomes more diverse, we’re proud to reflect ...

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