MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - June 30, 2016) - The July issue of The Canadian Business Journal is available at www.cbj.ca. Click here to enter the publication directly. Click "Full Screen" on the navigation pane for optimal viewing.
Our cover story is an exclusive with CFL Commissioner Jeffrey Orridge and his plans for the league as he begins his sophomore year at the helm. The 104th season stands to be a huge one, which will culminate with the Grey Cup at BMO Field in Toronto.
Hendrik Brakel, Senior Director of Economic, Financial and Tax Policy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce provides his take on Brexit and what it means for the UK and Canada. In a separate article he also reviews what the new national CPP agreement means for Canadians.
Columnist Joe Connelly looks at habits and hyper-performance in the workplace, while Mark Borkowski provides suggestions on how to raise the value of your business.
Ennio Vita-Finzi was Former Ontario Trade Commissioner in Europe, Latin America and the U.S., Ennio Vita-Finzi examines the Armadillo Syndrome, which in business terms relates to those enterprises that roll themselves into a ball when feeling threatened. It's something Vita-Finzi believes too many businesses are doing now.
In our Business in Action Section we talk with Thales Canada CEO Mark Halinaty and VP, Strategy & Communications, Siegfried Usal about the company's many major endeavours, including projects in Ontario and the west coast. We also have indepth profiles on the City of Fredericton and its economic arm Ignite Fredericton, Lone Star Mercedes-Benz, DealerMine, AB World Foods, HH Angus and Matco Financial. There is all of that and much more in this edition.
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