Finance and Business

Canadians Turn to Newspapers in Times of Crisis

Canadians Turn to Newspapers in Times of Crisis

A new Ipsos-Reid poll finds a significant portion of Canadians rely on newspapers for trustworthy information during good times and bad.

Forty percent of those surveyed said they relied more on newspapers during the recent political crisis in Ottawa, while almost a third (30 per cent) said they turned more often to newspapers for analysis of the recent economic downturn.

Only 15 per cent of respondents said they don't read newspapers (print or online) at all.

Published on Tue, 01/06/2009 by High View Communications

Company Offers Canadian Veterans New Business Opportunity

Company Offers Canadian Veterans New Business Opportunity

By Monica Carty

To thank Canadian military veterans for their efforts to keep Canada safe, Little Caesars Pizza has created a business opportunity for veterans who are looking to transition to civilian life or to start a new career altogether.

Published on Mon, 01/05/2009 by High View Communications

Start off the year with a healthy diet & maintain your budget in 2009

Start off the year with a healthy diet & maintain your budget in 2009

By Amy Snider, Professional Home Economist

Oops, we did it again! Filling up on holiday cheer, we stopped counting calories and dollars and abandoned ourselves to the joys of the season. No need to fret: Making up for holiday overload may be easier than you think.

Published on Mon, 11/03/2008 by Canadian Petroleum Products Institute

Stretching your fuel dollar in an eco-friendly way

Stretching your fuel dollar in an eco-friendly way

Saving money at the pump and protecting the environment are important considerations for Canadian drivers.
 
There are ways to achieve both, while keeping our roads safe, by following some tips from the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) as well as the European Petroleum Industry and the European Commission.
 

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