N.B. man, two Dalhousie grads among victims of Ethiopian Airlines crash
A New Brunswick forestry advocate and two recent Dalhousie University graduates were among those who were killed in a devastating plane crash in Ethiopia that claimed the lives of 18 Canadians.
‘We have a duty to students’: RSU working to rebrand following misspending allegations
About a month and half after baffling overspending allegations came out against the Ryerson Students’ Union, recently-elected president Maklane deWever says he’s working to regain the trust of the student body.
Amid worker shortage, business groups call on Ottawa to expand jobs programs in pre-election budget
Business groups are calling on the government to expand jobs-related programs in the upcoming federal budget, as a persistent labour shortage in Canada has made it difficult for companies to hire skilled workers.
Opinion: Strategies, co-operation needed to address B.C.’s future employment needs
Nearly three-quarters of B.C. Chartered Professional Accountants identified the ability to attract and retain talent as the number one challenge for their business in their annual survey, Lori Mathison writes.