Newfoundland & Labrador

Jan 31, 2013
Photo: w_mdhn/Flickr

Atlantic Canada's story of inequality

Christine Saulnier
Jason Edwards
Statistics Canada released new data on high income trends in Canada with nary a mention of the Atlantic Provinces. The inequality in Atlantic Canada also tells a story that demands illustration.
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How To Protect Your Brand - Is Trademark Registration Right For You?

How To Protect Your Brand - Is Trademark Registration Right For You?


Most businesses have spent considerable time and money building their brand. When the public comes to recognize and trust your brand you must be pro-active in protecting it from imposters who are looking to profit off of the hard work and trust that your company has earned. However, trademark registration can be expensive and is not always required. This article highlights when you should or shouldn't bother with TM registration.

It is always advisable that you register your trade-marks, but this costs time and money. You will need to decide whether the benefits of registration outweigh the costs. Here are some initial questions to help you with your decision:

Sep 12, 2012
Student Day of Action in Toronto. Photo: Frandroid Atreides/Flickr

Ontario's tuition problem

Trish Hennessy
At a time when Ontario's government is promising a transformation of the province's education system, it would be wise to focus on a problem it helped create: the problem of high tuition.

Writers at Woody Point

Aug 21, 2012 to Aug 26, 2012
Bonne Bay , NL
49° 30' 15.6276" N, 57° 55' 2.37" W
Newfoundland and Labrador CA
The festival opens with two chances to see Great Big Sea’s Alan Doyle, and features Richard Ford, Michael Ondaatje, Lisa Moore, Donna Morrissey, and more. Tickets starts at $10

St. John's Pride on Campus

Jul 18, 2012 to Jul 25, 2012
Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John's , NL
47° 33' 37.9476" N, 52° 42' 46.1952" W
Newfoundland and Labrador CA
St. John's Pride on Campus includes a flag raising, Trans* Solidarity Day, Sexuality Unconference, barbecue and patio party, pride trivia and a speaker's series.
Apr 19, 2012

Canada's record on legislating strikers back to work

Canada's governments are among the worst offenders when it comes to legislating striking workers back to work. Since 1982 more complaints have been made against Canada than any other country.


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