Hungry Graduates From A Dig At The Concert

Australia’s higher education system has traditionally been aligned with preparing graduates for permanent full-time jobs in the corporate, government, non-profit and community sectors. However, more and more graduates are choosing…

Shopify lays off 10% of staff as explosive growth from pandemic fades

Ottawa-based e-commerce company Shopify Inc. is laying off about 1,000 people as the explosive growth of the company’s online sales business model slows. “For a company like ours, this news…

Toronto’s Pearson Airport has a PR problem: It’s known as the worst airport in the world.

Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, Canada’s busiest, has a public relations problem, raising concerns that some people may avoid traveling to the city. Disgruntled travelers passing through Pearson post their bad…

Here’s Why All Your Social Networks Are Trying To Be TikTok Now

If you’ve noticed a change in the way your favorite social media platform works lately, you’re not alone. Even Kylie Jenner, arguably the world’s most online person, seemed fed up…

Canada’s economy was flat in May, a sign a slowdown is already underway

Canada’s economy did not expand at all in May, the second month of the year that it failed to make a gain, Statistics Canada said on Friday. The data agency…

Tim Hortons Proposes Settlement in Data Tracking App Class Action Lawsuits

Tim Hortons says it has reached a proposed settlement in multiple class action lawsuits alleging the restaurant’s mobile app violated customer privacy, which would cause the restaurant to offer a…

US GDP Contracts for 2 Quarters in a Row, Hitting the Bar for What Some Say Is a Technical Recession

The US economy shrank from April to June for the second consecutive quarter, contracting at an annual rate of 0.9 percent and raising fears that the nation is edging closer…

Sales of everything but food are slowing as inflation hits consumer spending, says Loblaws

Loblaw Companies Ltd.’s sales growth is weakening as inflation continues to dominate the economy and shape consumers’ buying habits, the company’s chairman said Wednesday. While the nation’s largest supermarket and…

Rogers’ earnings increased 35% in the three months prior to the recent interruption

Rogers Communications Inc. posted 10 percent more revenue and saw its profit rise by more than a third in the three months to the end of June, a financial reporting…

Invest more in our outgoing students

With Australia’s borders open and the once-lucrative international education industry showing signs of a comeback, those in higher education have been closely monitoring the number of foreign students entering the…