Canadian Chamber of Commerce has a new tool to ‘democratize data’ – and it’s pretty good
Financial Post: BlackNorth’s Wes Hall says pace of getting more Black leaders on boards is falling way short of expectations
Is Toronto hurtling toward a ‘city-cession’? New data paints a gloomy picture as consumer spending slows
According to data from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce the year started off with a “burst of activity,” but in recent months spending has slowed.
Agreement between Treasury Board and public service workers shows working from home is here to stay
In 2016, about 4 per cent of Canadian workers worked from home. In the third quarter of last year, according to a Canadian Chamber of Commerce survey, more than a third of all workers spent at least part of the week at home.