The Schulich School of Business leverages its intellectual capital in bid to raise revenue and its global profile
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Imagine Canada President and CEO Bruce MacDonald aims to show that giving is its own reward – and that charities themselves are an integral part of the national fabric
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Where some Canadian business people see challenges internationally, Export Development Canada’s Rajesh Sharma sees vast international opportunity
Dave Nikolejsin, who helped make British Columbia a leader in e-government, is working on the creation of secure digital identities for online transactions.
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Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig is working to find a solution for Toronto’s transit and traffic shortcomings.
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