Toronto’s technology startup ecosystem is exploding and many exciting, growing and well-funded companies in the Toronto area are partnering with Toronto Homecoming to bring talent back to Toronto.
Read more: Toronto Homecoming Lures Expats Back
Toronto Homecoming, an exclusive networking event, connects Canadians and those with ties to Canada who are working abroad with career opportunities in the Toronto region.
Read more: Toronto Startups Partner With Toronto Homecoming to Recruit Expat Canadians Back Home
TORONTO, ON- A group of rapidly expanding Toronto startups is joining forces with Toronto Homecoming, an event that showcases career opportunities to Canadians currently living outside of Canada, to launch a new startup stream. Bionym, along with other partners such as Wattpad, Freshbooks, Shopify, and InteraXon, aims to show that a strong career move for Canadians living abroad is to join a high-potential, growing company in Toronto's thriving technology startup ecosystem.
Read more: Canadian Expat Assists in Strengthening Economic Ties Between Arizona and Alberta
Canadian Expat Assists in Strengthening Economic Ties Between Arizona and Alberta
As if we needed further proof of the value that Canadian Expats and Canadian organizations abroad provide both to Canada and to their host nations, October 15th marked another milestone in the growth of bilateral trade between Canada and the state of Arizona. The State of Arizona and the Canadian Province of Alberta formally recognized an agreement based upon an Arizona statute that establishes reciprocity of enforcement of money judgments. Due in no small way to the effort of Canadian Expat Glenn Williamson the founder and CEO of the Canada Arizona Business Council and Honorary Consul for Canada in Arizona.
Read more: Why Invest Internationally?
Why Invest Internationally?
By Matthew Carvalho, CFA, CFP
Chief Investment Officer, Cardinal Point Capital Management
Diversification is the most important concept in investing, but also perhaps the least exciting. If anyone knew for sure exactly which one company or country would have the highest return in the coming year, there would be no reason to hold anything else. But while being able to predict markets with any certainty sounds great in theory, in practice nobody has been able to consistently outsmart the market. So what do you do if you can’t know for sure if Pepsi or Coke, or the US or Canada will be the best performer in the coming year? You diversify. This is especially important when it comes to financial planning.
Read more: What the diplomatic clash between Canada and Saudi Arabia means to Canadian Expats
What the diplomatic clash between Canada and Saudi Arabia means to Canadian Expats
Late last week, in retaliation for comments made through Twitter on August 3rd by Global Affairs Canada urging the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to release women’s rights activists, Saudi Arabia expelled Canada’s Ambassador Dennis Horak and pulled their own ambassador from Canada. Saudi Arabia has more recently said that it will be pulling Saudi students from Canadian University and Colleges.
The question however remains- What does this mean for Canadian Expats living in Saudi Arabia?
Read more: Canada defiant after Saudi Arabia freezes new trade over human rights call
Canada defiant after Saudi Arabia freezes new trade over human rights call
By Aziz El Yaakoubi and David Ljunggren
RIYADH/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada on Monday refused to back down in its defense of human rights after Saudi Arabia froze new trade and investment and expelled the Canadian ambassador in retaliation for Ottawa's call to free arrested Saudi civil society activists.
In her first public response to Saudi Arabia's actions, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said, "Canada will always stand up for human rights in Canada and around the world, and women's rights are human rights."
Riyadh on Sunday recalled its ambassador from Canada and gave the Canadian ambassador 24 hours to leave. The Saudi government also banned new trade with Canada, although it was unclear if it would affect existing annual Saudi-Canadian trade of nearly $4 billion and a $13 billion defense contract.
Read more: Saudi Arabia freezes new trade with Canada for urging activists' release
Saudi Arabia freezes new trade with Canada for urging activists' release
By nayera abdallah and David Ljunggren
CAIRO/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia will suspend new trade and investment with Canada after that country's foreign ministry urged Riyadh to release arrested civil rights activists, it said in a statement released to the official Saudi Press Agency on Sunday.
It also gave the Canadian ambassador 24 hours to leave the country and recalled its own ambassador to Canada, the statement by the Saudi foreign ministry said, adding it retained "its rights to take further action."
The Saudi ministry had been briefed that the Canadian foreign ministry and the Canadian embassy urged the Saudi authorities to "immediately release" civil rights activists, the statement said.
Read more: Aimia proposes revised offer of C$450 million for Aeroplan loyalty business
Aimia proposes revised offer of C$450 million for Aeroplan loyalty business
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Aimia on Thursday said it rebuffed an offer by Air Canada and partners to buy its Aeroplan loyalty program and urged the carrier to make a higher offer for the business. The consortium's cash offer of C$250 million, later updated to C$325 million, did not reflect the value of the Aeroplan business, Aimia Inc said in a statement.
In a separate statement, Air Canada, the country's largest carrier, said Aimia rejected its original bid.
Aimia said it proposed a revised offer of $450 million for the program to Air Canada <AC.TO> and its partners, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce <CM.TO> and VISA Canada Corp.
Read more: Canada exports hit record, U.S. tariffs hurt steel and aluminum
Canada exports hit record, U.S. tariffs hurt steel and aluminum
By David Ljunggren
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian exports hit a record high in June, cutting the country's trade deficit to its lowest in 17 months, although U.S. metals tariffs slashed shipments of steel, Statistics Canada said on Friday.
The June deficit of C$626 million ($482 million) - the lowest since the C$485 shortfall recorded in January 2017 - was far smaller than the C$2.30 billion predicted by analysts in a Reuters poll.
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