A Canadian web directory portal focused on listings in Canada.
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Web directories are a great place to begin any search! Niche directories like this one, on Canada offer even greater insight into the topics you need information on. Canada is truly the "great white north" and if you have a website related to this interesting country then please submit your site for review for inclusion. We also accept other quality websites from across the globe. Visit our blog, read some of our great articles or visit the real Canadian store, eh?
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If you're a small business owner, you’re likely looking for the best ways to advertise and grow your business (especially if you're just starting out). There are so many different ways to advertise your business online and offline.
Toronto’s status as a leader in fighting climate change wouldn’t be what it is today without the people who are committed to making positive changes day in and day out. It’s time to recognize these leaders who have taken and continue to take significant action to help green Toronto’s communities, environment and inspire others to do the same.
The track record goes back to Molson Inc.'s 1993 deal to sell 60% of its brewery to Miller and Fosters Brewing, which it took years to buy back when it became evident the partners' interests were at odds. Molson bought Brazil's second largest brewer in 2002 ignorant of the market and what it was buying. The value of its investment fizzled.
There'll be no more cringing at Disney World's Epcot centre, with the unveiling of a new film that captures present-day Canada much better than its hokey predecessor. The O Canada! film that debuted is everything the previous film was not – urbane, amusing, reflective of our culture and sophistication, and breathtaking, like Canada itself.
Canada's nuclear-safety watchdog appears to be too cozy with the industry it's supposed to monitor, suggests an independent report. Critics have gone further, saying the commission's closed-door sessions with nuclear interests should raise alarms that the regulator is being co-opted.
Nike just couldn't do it Thirteen years after it skated into the hockey industry with its purchase of the world's largest hockey company, Nike is abandoning Canada's national game Last week, the iconic sports company whose simple swoosh logo is among the world's most recognized.
Stephen Yeates has lived an odyssey of pain. Over the past eight years the 53-year-old family man has deteriorated from a robust director and cinematographer for TV commercials to someone who can leave his home for only a few hours at a time.