While the mayoral races in most major Canadian cities are being framed around questions of cost of living and housing affordability, there’s a very different race playing out in Brampton.
For the class of talent that contributes to our most innovative and entrepreneurial companies, they should be given lots of latitude. This type of person already naturally thrives in an environment with less structure and more accountability.
Here’s some advice to Canadian politicians: Please don’t fall into the age-old trap that so many other politicians have before you. Stop referencing Canada’s brilliant historic successes as proof that…
While most of the political energy will be spent scrutinizing the Telecom industry after last week’s events, let’s not let Interac get off the hook by focusing solely on Rogers.
As the crisis in Ukraine is proving, Bitcoin’s ability to safeguard assets outside of an unstable economy is incredibly powerful.
Imagine a world where we build a pandemic of our own design, but instead of spreading a serious illness, we spread a mentality, a mindset, and a perspective. We should be spreading entrepreneurship as a contagion.
Building startups is just the start. The goal should be building bigger, more aspirational companies that become more than just another small business.
Cryptocurrencies represent a revolutionary hedge against government fiscal policy.
Matt Spoke’s mandate letter for the department of innovation, science and economic development, which argues that we should reestablish Canada as a global leader in bio-manufacturing, particularly as it relates to our continued fight with COVID-19.
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele announced that the country’s congress had just approved a law classifying Bitcoin as legal tender. Of course, the cynics rolled their eyes, and they’ll continue to do so.