Best Ways To Get A Job In Canada

YoungUpstarts

Discover the best ways to get a job in Canada, as well as how to do so as a permanent resident. . The post Best Ways To Get A Job In Canada appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others Canada finding a job

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How To Successfully Launch Your Insurance Career In Canada

YoungUpstarts

The post How To Successfully Launch Your Insurance Career In Canada appeared first on Young Upstarts. Passing an insurance test is just one requirement on how to get an insurance license in Ontario and start your career as an agent.

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Business Immigration With CanadaCIS: How To Start A Successful Business In Canada

YoungUpstarts

Investor protection, low corruption, trade freedom, and low corporate tax are some of the benefits businesses enjoy in Canada. In addition to Canada’s stable economy, other perks include its proximity to the United States and its similar business ethics and culture with the U.S,

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Bidding To Open for Concierge Auctions Canada Coastal Estate

The Startup Magazine

If you are an entrepreneur looking for the perfect getaway home to remove all of your business distractions, the Whalesback Estate in Canada, which once served as a World War II observation tour, will be auctioned in late August.

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Top 5 Benefits of Working in Canada in 2022

The Startup Magazine

In 2021 Canada welcomed over 401,000 new permanent residents. If you’re wondering why everybody is flocking to this glorious country, take a look at the top 5 benefits of working in Canada in 2022. 5 Perks of Having a Job in Canada in 2022. Ready to find a job in Canada?

3 Key Examples of Intellectual Property In Canada

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The post 3 Key Examples of Intellectual Property In Canada appeared first on Young Upstarts. Ensuring your intellectual property is protected is not always the easiest of processes if you are unfamiliar with intellectual property (IP) law.

Ben Friedman Of Barstool Sports From Toronto, Canada And The USA

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The post Ben Friedman Of Barstool Sports From Toronto, Canada And The USA appeared first on Young Upstarts. Ben Friedman is a blogger and podcast host, better known by Youngpageviews and his former role at Barstool Sports.

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Tech Industry Hiring In Canada Continues To Grow

YoungUpstarts

The tech job landscape across Canada has continued to grow. In 2018, Canada had a record-low unemployment rate and as a result we are seeing more companies, startups and online-based businesses dedicated to serving the niche-jobs industry. Per the same Randstad article, international tech companies and investors consider Canada as a place to do business. The prediction was that Canada would face a shortage of programmers and IT professionals.

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Adhere To This Checklist Before Setting Up A Business In Canada

Our Own Start-up

Canada is on every entrepreneur's mind when it comes to choosing a location to set up a business. The post Adhere To This Checklist Before Setting Up A Business In Canada first appeared on Our Own Startup.

Growing Nightlife Scene, Bringing Young Professionals To Mississauga

YoungUpstarts

Mississauga in Canada is a popular choice among Canadian immigrants or other individuals who move worldwide seeking employment and great opportunities. Others Canada Mississauga relocation

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Canada’s Start-Up Visa Program

Feld Thoughts

I read the announcement today that Canada has just launched a Start-Up Visa Program. By doing so, they are saying to the world “welcome immigrant entrepreneurs – please come start your business in Canada.” While Canada is plowing forward making it easy for immigrant entrepreneurs to move to Canada and start companies, the US efforts are now entirely focused on “comprehensive immigration reform.” Canada is showing real leadership.

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Announcing Canada Learning Code: Supporting bottom-up innovation

Version One Ventures

And, it’s in this spirit, that I am super proud to see Canada Learning Code go live. Canada Learning Code is a national initiative that works with all sectors to increase access to coding education, computational thinking, and other 21 st century skills across Canada. Launched by the team behind Ladies Learning Code , Canada Learning Code’s mission is to make sure that every Canadian has the opportunity to build technology, not just consume it.

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Challenges for Entrepreneurs to Finance a Car in Canada

The Startup Magazine

Entrepreneurs in Canada have lots of advantages with its thriving startup ecosystem and government grant support programs. But it’s no secret that having no credit or bad credit can be a huge hindrance in trying to buy a car, especially in Canada. If you’re looking to qualify for a car loan and buy a car in Canada, there are still many options, even if your credit is less than perfect.

Mission accomplished: Startup Visa Canada is here

Version One Ventures

oi and Cristian Strat, founders of Summify (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Two years ago , Danny Robinson, Maura Rodgers and myself started to lobby for a Startup Visa Canada that would make it easier for foreign (tech) entrepreneurs to start their company in Canada. So I was extremely pleased about the opportunity to attend the public launch of Startup Visa Canada in Toronto by Minister Jason Kenney today. Mircea Pa?oi

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My Advice To Entrepreneurs: Consider Canada For Your Startup

YoungUpstarts

Photo credit: Canada flag from Shutterstock. One of the countries gaining momentum with the early-stage start-up community is Canada, and for good reason. In addition to strong economic growth, low taxes and low business costs, its new Start-Up Visa is the first program of its kind globally, providing immigrant entrepreneurs globally with the opportunity to become permanent residents to start their businesses in Canada. Immigrating from Canada to the U.S.

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5 Things Startups Need to Know About Payroll in Canada

The Startup Magazine

Canada regularly tops global rankings of business friendliness, economic stability, and skilled workforce. It has an efficient and transparent regulatory framework that makes the process of opening a company in Canada relatively straightforward. It’s not just because of proximity and market similarity that many US corporations make Canada their first stop of international expansion.

What To Know When Looking For A Web Host In Canada

YoungUpstarts

If your small business is situated in Canada, choosing a Canadian web host will not only save you money (as you won’t have to worry about conversion costs), but you’ll enjoy more privacy as Canada does not impose the same strict policies as the United States when the threat of a breech or attack is imminent. In Canada however, there is better protection for both individual and business data. Others Canada web hosting

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Motorcycle Lifestyle: Handling Accidents and Personal Injury Claims in Canada

YFS Magazine

YFS Magazine YFS Magazine The freedom of riding a motorcycle is quite liberating and invigorating. However, motorcycle accidents and injuries can present a different picture. YFS Magazine YFS Magazine. Curator recommended

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Favor Launches Internationally with Service in Canada

SiliconHills

Favor, an app-based delivery service, is going international with its first delivery service set to launch in Toronto, Canada on Thursday. And the Austin-based startup will rename itself Favour in Canada to adapt to the local culture and customs. in most of the Toronto metro […] The post Favor Launches Internationally with Service in Canada appeared first on SiliconHills. Austin Canada Favor Favour International

BootesNull: Fastest Growing Web Development Company – Journey from India to Canada

Our Own Start-up

BootesNull, a leading web development company is proud to announce the opening of a new branch office in Canada. The post BootesNull: Fastest Growing Web Development Company – Journey from India to Canada first appeared on Our Own Startup.

Reputation Repair: On Mitigating The Impact Of Wrongful Dismissal In Canada

YoungUpstarts

One of the most commonly misunderstood concepts when getting terminated from a job in Canada is the term “wrongful dismissal”. The law is quite specific as to what constitutes legal dismissal in Canada, but wrongful dismissal is actually based on something altogether different. Most people automatically assume that this means that there were no grounds for termination and that you were illegally terminated based on the Employment Standards Act, ESA.

[INTERVIEW] Mathieu Chantelois, Toronto Non-Profit Executive, Vice President, Boys And Girls Clubs Of Canada

YoungUpstarts

Over the past twenty years, Mathieu Chantelois has played an instrumental role in nonprofit marketing campaigns, served as editor for film magazine Famous Quebec during its transition to Le magazine Cineplex, and started the Green Space Festival, a fundraiser for the LGBT community in Canada. His career began when he appeared on Lofters, Canada’s first reality TV series on Life Network and U8TV. I like to think that I bring that ability to Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada.

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Canada announces new startup visa program to attract entrepreneurs starting on April 1

The Next Web

As part of a series of transformational changes to Canada’s immigration system, the Start-Up Visa Program aims to link international entrepreneurs with private sector organizations in Canada that have experience working with startups to provide essential resources. The program is the first of its kind in Canada and is being pitched as “a powerful incentive to attract individuals with great potential.” Canada Entrepreneur News

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Freescale Buys Canada-based CogniVue

SiliconHills

Freescale announced its acquisition of Ottawa, Canada-based CogniVue Corp. Freescale, a microchip maker based in Austin, is a market leader in making sensor, microcontroller and microprocessor solutions for automotive radar and vision applications. […] The post Freescale Buys Canada-based CogniVue appeared first on SiliconHills. to boost its position in the autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems market. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Collision Conference Finds a New Home in Toronto Canada

ReadWriteStart

While I love having conferences close to home, I was really excited to see the news that the Collision Tech Conference , considered to be one of America’s fastest-growing tech conference, is moving to Toronto, Canada in 2019. The announcement was made by Paddy Cosgrave, CEO of Web Summit, and Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada. Here in Canada, we know innovation and inclusion go together and the rest of the world has taken notice. Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada.

Canada looks to create new visa for startups, hopes to clear backlog by 2014

The Next Web

Canada plans to create a new class of visa for immigrant entrepreneurs, specifically with the goal of attracting those in the technology sector to come to the country and start new companies. “Canada seeks young, ambitious, innovative immigrants who will contribute to Canada’s job growth and further drive our economy,” Alexis Pavlich, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney’s press secretary, told The Globe and Mail. Canada Entrepreneur New

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Buy Bitcoin in Canada: A Simple Solution to Invest in Cryptocurrency

Women Entrepreneurs Can

In Canada, online exchanges and the widespread bitcoin ATMs networks are becoming attention seekers for new investors. In this post, we will show you how you can buy bitcoins in Canada. How Can I Buy Bitcoin in Canada? There are various ways to buy bitcoin in Canada.

Proposal for Tte Importation Of Drugs From Canada – The Merits and the Risks

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In December 2019 the Food & Drugs Administration (FDA) had issued a notification proposing an amendment in the existing rules that would allow the import of certain prescription drugs from Canada. Several states have already passed laws that allow imports of prescription drugs from Canada.

Austin-based SiteCondor Sold to gShift of Canada

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They recently sold SiteCondor, website auditing tools for digital agencies and content marketers, to gShift Labs, based in Toronto, Canada. The terms of the deal were not […] The post Austin-based SiteCondor Sold to gShift of Canada appeared first on SiliconHills. Judd Lyon and Sebastian Brocher accomplished what a lot of entrepreneurs strike out to do in Austin. They bootstrapped their startup and sold it for a handsome profit.

CEO Invite to Sixth U.S./Canada Forum on Mental Health and Productivity

Feld Thoughts

Canada Forum on Mental Health and Productivity at her offices in Denver on 9/26. Canada Forum on Mental Health and Productivity appeared first on Feld Thoughts. I recently talked to Larissa Herda, the CEO of TW Telecom (in the process of being acquired by Level 3). Larissa reached out to me through an employee who knows me because of my own struggles with depression.

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O Canada – Our Investment in Golden Ventures

Feld Thoughts

Last week, I wrote a post talking about why Canada Is Going To Be The Next, Great, Entrepreneurial Tech Country. I’ve watched Matt and team build a strong portfolio of companies in Canada and in parts of the US. The post O Canada – Our Investment in Golden Ventures appeared first on Feld Thoughts. Investments Canada golden ventures partner fundsYesterday, we announced our investment in Golden Ventures III , a Toronto-based early stage fund.

Collision Tech Conference Is Moving To Canada In 2019

YFS Magazine

Hosting a successful conference starts with choosing the right venue and locale. For Collision, Toronto is building an inclusive type of innovation that brings people together to solve the world's biggest challenges and that's an attractive proposition. . Grow Technology conferences entrepreneurship conferences industry events small business news technology

Tips to Learning the Latest About Canadian Real Estate

The Startup Magazine

Are you interested in investing in real estate in Canada? To improve your productivity, here are some tips on how you can learn the latest about real estate in Canada. If the answer is yes, you must have access to information that is reliable from reputable and trustworthy sources.

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Canada Is Going To Be The Next, Great, Entrepreneurial Tech Country

Feld Thoughts

Canada has a huge, near-term competitive opportunity over to the US. . This is a gift to Canada around entrepreneurship, and I’ve already seen the impact of it in many places. Many companies I’m involved in are exploring offices in Canada, especially Vancouver (for the Seattle folks) and Toronto (for the east coast folks) since it’s so difficult to get work visas in the US for employees. I’ve always liked Canada.

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JD.com Celebrates a Decade of Non-stop Delivery Service During Spring Festival Holidays

The Startup Magazine

During the festival this year, customers from countries such as Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, the United States, Canada and Australia ordered 4.5 Since its founding by Richard Liu two decades ago, JD.com has risen meteorically to become a fixture in Chinese society.

12 Questions: Meet Edward Laurin (Canada)

crowdSPRING Blog

Related posts: 12 Questions: Meet Ann Lowe (Canada). 12 Questions: Meet Jeff Quigley (Canada). 12 Questions: Meet Carmen Tsang (Canada). In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING community. For these interviews, we pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a better community.

Why This New York Venture Capital Firm is Investing in Canada

David Teten

At our firm, ff Venture Capital , we didn’t aim to go to Canada, but ended up there anyway. seed-focused investor with as many investments in Canada. Central Canada has many of the assets of other entrepreneurial hubs: a flourishing creative community, an active local VC community , strong engineering talent and quality universities, such as University of Toronto, University of Waterloo and Ryerson University. recruited, trained, and locked up some of Canada’s best engineers.

European Real Estate in 2020: Cooling or Continued Growth?

The Startup Magazine

Just recently the EU reached a more limited agreement with Canada and the entire process took 7 years. Real estate investors active in Europe cheered 2019 because it was an excellent year.

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12 Questions: Meet Carmen Tsang (Canada)

crowdSPRING Blog

Carmen lives and works in Markham, Ontario,Canada. Let’s get the ball rolling… My name is Carmen Tsang, I was born in Hong Kong and move to Canada for good about 10 years ago after I completed my degree in education. but I told myself to give a try while I am still young, so, at that time I bought a one way air ticket, and off I go… til now, 10 years later still residing in Canada.

12 Questions: Meet Ann Lowe (Canada)

crowdSPRING Blog

Ann lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Hi Everyone, My name is Ann Lowe and I am a resident of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, the Nation’s capital city….Yes Sorry Toronto and those of the world that believe that Toronto is the Capital of Canada, it is not! I grew up all across Canada; my Father was a Military man. It reminds me of the aboriginal designs that I worked on for Indian & Northern Affairs Canada with the window film.

12 Questions: Meet Constance Semler (Canada)

crowdSPRING Blog

Constance lives and works in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING community. For these interviews, we pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a better community. Be professional, treat others with respect, help us build something very special, and we’ll take notice.

12 Questions: Meet Jeff Quigley (Canada)

crowdSPRING Blog

Jeff lives and works in Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada. My name is Jeff Quigley and I live in a small coastal community called Musquodoboit Harbour (pronounced musk-o-dob-it) in Nova Scotia Canada. When I was younger and my mom moved us from the East Coast to Ottawa Canada, it was my artistic abilities that helped me avoid the “new kid in class&# stigma, and I quickly made new friends – some of which I still have today.

12 Questions: Meet Jeff Quigley (Canada)

crowdSPRING Blog

Jeff lives and works in Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada. My name is Jeff Quigley and I live in a small coastal community called Musquodoboit Harbour (pronounced musk-o-dob-it) in Nova Scotia Canada. When I was younger and my mom moved us from the East Coast to Ottawa Canada, it was my artistic abilities that helped me avoid the “new kid in class&# stigma, and I quickly made new friends – some of which I still have today.