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Business & Industry
Information from the Government of Canada about business taxes, permits and regulations, intellectual property, business support and how to sell to government.
Business Link is Alberta’s entrepreneurial hub. We are a nonprofit organization that helps people navigate the steps toward starting their own businesses.
How to Get a Business Loan
A free e-book from the Business Development Bank of Canada that will give you insights into what lenders and banks look for when evaluating you for a business loan to help you prepare a successful loan application.
How to get control of your company’s finances
A useful article focused on the pressures of financially managing a growing business.
How to measure your profits
Business owners normally think the information is just for taxes or financial statements but analyzing your profitability should be an integral part of decision-making in any company.
Small businesses and self-employed income
Tax information from Revenue Canada for small business owners and self-employed people. This site includes many links to information for small businesses such as how to keep records, what to do with the GST they collect, and how to deduct the right amount of tax from an employee pay cheque.
Starting a Business in Canada
CanadaOne is dedicated to helping people start, run and grow successful businesses in Canada, from high-growth start-ups to home-based business owners.
A group of entrepreneurs that share information resources about starting up a business in Canada
Taking Control of Your Cash Flow
A free e-book from the Business Development Bank of Canada that supports entrepreneurs in learning ways to manage cash flow for your business. Learn how forecasting sales and inventory and shortening customer payment terms can improve your cash conversion cycle.
TED: These Companies with No CEOs Are Thriving
How can a company operate without a CEO in command of everything? What is a Co-Op company and how do they work?
TED: Why Do Competitors Open Their Stores Next to One Another
Why are all the gas stations, cafes and restaurants in one crowded spot? As two competitive cousins vie for ice-cream-selling domination on one small beach, discover how game theory and the Nash Equilibrium inform these retail hotspots.
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