A study from the University of Victoria concluded in January that using e-cigarettes and vapour devices is better than smoking traditional cigarettes, but there is still concern that it may be too soon to close the book on e-cigarettes.
Success of the Switch has been a surprise for the industry, given the precedent set by Nintendo’s last console, the Wii U. Less than four weeks after the Wii U launched in November 2012, Nintendo saw the value of their shares fall by close to 30 per cent.
Canadian venture capitalists predict that this influx of highly educated immigrants will give Canadian startups a big boost.
Programs like Remote Year are growing in popularity because there is a demand. Many people, especially millennials are happy to leave their belongings in storage and become digital nomads.
Last week, Macleans magazine cited an Oxford study which concluded 47 per cent of jobs are at risk being automated. This study is from 2013, but the threat of automation has only grown since then.
For indie punk band Clairvoyant, consisting of three Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber students, band merchandise not only provides revenue but helps cultivate a visual identity.
Many financial advisors won’t take on clients who cannot commit to investing significant sums of money.
By: Ruth Escarlan We’re at an age where newer is better – especially when it comes to technology. The want for the latest cellphone or laptop is a common desire and it doesn’t help that electronic companies take advantage of consumerism. Every year, new refrigerators, ovens, cellphones, laptops, computers and televisions come out, and disastrously,…