Enwave’s new owners ignite next era of growth for Canadian sustainable energy company

Enwave’s new owners ignite next era of growth for Canadian sustainable energy company
TORONTO – Ontario Teachers’ and IFM Investors officially take ownership of Enwave today. The sale was announced in February 2021 and today marks the close of the transaction and the beginning of a new era of opportunities for the company. Concurrent with the completion of the transaction, Carlyle Coutinho has been named Enwave’s new CEO.  Coutinho has held various positions... Read More

Canadian kids raise $300,000 through writing contest for Habitat for Humanity

Canadian kids raise $300,000 through writing contest for Habitat for Humanity
TORONTO – In a year when our homes played venue to online classrooms, boardrooms, milestones and mundane moments alike, Habitat for Humanity Canada was interested in hearing the answer to the question, what does home mean to you? Over 12,000 kids answered the call, making the 2021 annual Meaning of Home writing contest that encourages students in grades 4, 5... Read More

On World Oceans Day, Oceana Canada calls on feds to develop a blue economy strategy

On World Oceans Day, Oceana Canada calls on feds to develop a blue economy strategy
TORONTO – On the eve of World Oceans Day, new polling released today from Oceana Canada finds that an overwhelming majority of Canadians care deeply about healthy oceans and protecting wild fish populations: 97 per cent say it is important that the Canadian government work to rebuild fish populations to healthy levels, and 95 per cent of all Canadians —... Read More

Most Canadian business leaders are at least cautiously optimistic about returning to normal

Most Canadian business leaders are at least cautiously optimistic about returning to normal
TORONTO – In the latest survey from The Business Monitor, released by Modus Research, Canadian executives were asked the likelihood of the COVID outbreak being contained and safely returning to normal activities over the next 12 months. This question was asked in October and December of 2020, and again in April 2021. Optimism over a return to normality has more... Read More

Canada’s crypto crackdown does a disservice to the market

Canada’s crypto crackdown does a disservice to the market
Canada must emulate countries such as Liechtenstein and Malta, which adapted legislation in advance to attract crypto entrepreneurs The Canadian cryptocurrency industry knew mainstream adoption would inevitably come with a regulatory load, especially after the 2019 collapse of the largest exchange at the time, QuadrigaCX. Participants, however, didn’t expect regulators to come with one of the most heavy-handed approaches possible.... Read More