How Canadian Eli Gershkovitch Dominated the U.S. Open Beer Championship

In July 2017, brewers from around the world gathered in humble Oxford, Ohio, to participate in the U.S. Open Beer Championship. Unlike other high-level competitions, this gathering allows home... Read more »

Life Line Screening Review: A Good Value for Proactive Preventative Care

In 1993, Timothy Phillips and Colin Scully founded Life Line Screening in Florida. Life Line Screening offers preventative health screenings that include several tests. The company has completed about... Read more »

Canada Boasts of the Lowest Rates of Unemployment in Four years

The unemployment rate in Canada plunged to its lowest in four decades. This decline has raised the odds of this month’s rate hike by the bank of Canada. By... Read more »

The Marijuana Shares in Canada Dive As the American Government Conducts a Crackdown on Pot Crimes

Stocks in marijuana companies in Canada fell in prices after the federal government of the United States rescinded on a policy enacted during the Obama administration that allowed legal... Read more »

Canadian Minimum Wage Hikes Could Lead to 60,000 Job Loses

A new report from the Bank of Canada estimates that by 2019 Canada could lose as many as 60,000 jobs because of recent and upcoming minimum wage increases. In... Read more »

Driverless Trucks Soon On Canadian Highways Expected To Save Lives And Kill Jobs

The leading employer of Canadian men is the trucking industry, according to the recent census. It’s no wonder that those who drive trucks for a living are not too... Read more »

Trump’s Tax Overhaul could end Up with Canada Squashed

The Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau was once recorded making a statement that the relationship between the Canadian government and the United States was like having to sleep next... Read more »

The Canadian Government Drops Charade of Any form Of Progressive Commerce with China

Besides Skewering the China-Canada trade strategy by the Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau, the refusal by Beijing to factor in gender, environmental and labor rights into the talks for... Read more »

Lyft Enters the Canadian Market

The American rideshare company Lyft launched Canadian operations Tuesday in Toronto. Previously, Lyft was only operational in American cities. Drivers for San Francisco-based Uber have already been working Toronto’s... Read more »

The Canadian Fourth estate experiences yet another Bad Day

The fourth estate in Canada is more or less like a game of musical chairs. You rarely get the time to lament or mourn for your friends that the... Read more »