covid-19

Blending two company ideas into one

Published: 5Feb2021

As entrepreneurship takes on different forms during the pandemic, fresh business ideas are in high demand. In a highly unconventional move, a Quebec-based company called Alchemy is inviting...

Small investors change the game, but it won’t last

Published: 5Feb2021

Earlier this month, a Reddit-driven investor coup sent shockwaves through the market as heavily shorted stocks skyrocketed in price. Professor Mo Chaudhury weighs in on the mania, attributing the...

Shopping centres face choice between reinvention and extinction

Published: 3Feb2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reshape consumer preferences in the retail industry, large shopping centres will either pivot or fade into memory....

Squarefeet.ai offers new tool to monitor home sales across Canada

Published: 27Jan2021

After founding a reusable mask company after the onset of COVID-19, four partners have launched a second business: Squarefeet.ai. Using proceeds from their former mask project to fund the product,...

Experts: International Day of Education | January 24

Published: 22Jan2021

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed January 24 as the International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education for peace and development. The theme of the 3rd...

Hudson Bay Co. entangled in rent payment disputes as pandemic hurts bottom line

Published: 21Jan2021

In recent months, property firms behind prominent shopping malls across North America have taken Hudson’s Bay Co. (HBC) to court to claim unpaid rent totaling millions of dollars. While industry...

Pfizer delay causing vaccine shortage in Quebec

Published: 21Jan2021

Quebec will receive only half of the expected Pfizer-BioNtech vaccines by February 8th due to strategy adjustments made by production facilities in Europe. Accelerated vaccine deliveries are...

Canada's lack of interest in self-defence explains COVID failures | The National Post

Published: 19Jan2021

January 15, 2021 | In this article for the National Post, Max Bell School Professor Andrew Potter discusses the unique logistical challenges that Canadian government bodies face as the issue of...

Expert: Couche-Tard's retail lab on campus gives peek at tech trials

Published: 15Jan2021

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. and McGill University are opening a retail lab in Montreal that will let consumers get a taste for technologies that may transform retail in the in the current and...

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