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Gambling Regulations in Canada in 2019

Gambling Regulations in Canada in 2019

While, for most people, gambling is legitimate entertainment or an engaging hobby, there are others who are against all kinds of gambling. Because of this, gambling laws have been somewhat contentious. Some countries have outlawed it entirely while others have been merely slow to accept it. When it [...]

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How to improve your business website's online visibility

How to improve your business website's online visibility

Starting your own website to promote your business can be a challenge for many entrepreneurs. Whether you leave your website design up to the professionals or you use a service like WordPress or Wix, making sure that your site is optimized for proper search engine results will likely fall to you. SEO [...]

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Gambling Laws in Canada

Gambling Laws in Canada

Canada has recently been a hot topic in international news, making headlines when it comes to online and land based gambling. And the begging question is “What are the laws pertaining to gambling in Canada?” To shed some light on this matter, we've taken the liberty to share our insights [...]

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How writing a daily plan will make you an independent and successful entrepreneur

How writing a daily plan will make you an independent and successful entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship demands consistent discipline, commitment, and self-confidence. It’s not for everyone, but those who embark on such a career truly love it. Entrepreneurs, however, are at a risk of burnout. Most of them go through more working hours in a day when compared to the average worker. [...]

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An 80 per cent tax on spirits — and the federal government wants more?

An 80 per cent tax on spirits — and the federal government wants more?

By: Jan Westcott, President & CEO of Spirits Canada Finance Minister Morneau’s new “escalator” tax on alcohol, set to increase automatically on April first each year, is unwarranted, punitive for consumers, and deadly for the Canadian spirits industry. For 200 years, Canadian [...]

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China grows amid voices chanting its collapse

China grows amid voices chanting its collapse

by Lu Shaye, Chinese Ambassador to Canada There is no surprise that a new round of the “China collapse theories” has recently been stirred up by some Western media. Such voices will never be absent when there is a slight slowdown in China’s economy or fluctuations in the stock [...]

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New online tool gives fitness tracker-style incentive to achieve gender parity

New online tool gives fitness tracker-style incentive to achieve gender parity

By: Shari Graydon Could the incentivizing power of a fitness tracker be adapted to help achieve gender equality in the media, enhancing Canadian democracy in the process? After a year of collaboration with a team of big data scientists, we’re about to find out. Despite the increasing attention [...]

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Canada's Biggest Cannabis Producer Brings Down CBD Costs by 96.34%

Canada's Biggest Cannabis Producer Brings Down CBD Costs by 96.34%

Until recently, Toronto’s InstaDose Pharma has kept a low profile. But now, the company is ready to flood the market with CBD oil in excess. How much oil is that, exactly? The 2 million liters justify the word “excess.” Interestingly enough, the company employs more than 200,000 Congolese [...]

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Boat Registration and Licensing: Learn the Difference

Boat Registration and Licensing: Learn the Difference

Photo credit: Geran de Klerk via Unsplash Have you obtained your PCOC (Pleasure Craft Operator Card)? It means you are ready to hit the water. Before boating, the captain should know the type of boat. Some boats need a license or registration, so you have to check the rules of your state. A boat with [...]

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Guide to Workplace Compensation

Guide to Workplace Compensation

There are a lot of people across New Orleans that have been entitled to accident compensation, but they have never made a claim. One of the main reasons for this is because they don’t realize that they have a chance of getting compensation. This is because personal injury is such a general term. [...]

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