Before you read any more of this column, grab a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. Now draw a leader. Don’t think too hard or worry about getting it “right.” Don’t fret about your artistic ability. Just sketch out what comes to mind.
Once you are done, take a good look at your work. Did you draw yourself? A lone figure? A group? Did you even draw a figure at all?
We are pleased to present our forecast of key trends and developments to watch for in Canadian competition and foreign investment law enforcement in 2019.
Competition in the Digital Economy to Remain Top Priority
The Competition Bureau’s enforcement efforts and public statements relating to the digital economy in 2018 were wide-ranging and preview what is to come in 2019 and beyond.
Although it’s early days for a new wave of telemedicine, some Canadians can now avoid trips to the doctor’s office by using their mobile phone’s video camera.
In March, Telus Health launched a new video link between patients and select doctors in British Columbia, the only province with a billing code to pay doctors for such visits.
This year’s Ontario Community Newspapers Association’s Best Investigative News Story award belongs to Metroland Media Toronto journalists.
The honour comes after the non-profit industry association (of which Metroland Toronto is a member), held its annual Better Newspaper Competition Awards April 5.
When Apple unveiled its new credit card last month, it felt like a bit of an afterthought.
After all, the wraps came off Apple Card at the same event as the tech giant’s high-profile streaming service (Apple TV +) and enhanced news service (Apple News +) were introduced.