Category: Business

While private companies own 37% of StorageVault Canada Inc. (TSE:SVI), retail investors are its largest shareholders with 42% ownership

Key Insights Significant control over StorageVault Canada by retail investors implies that the general public has more power to influence management and governance-related decisions The top 8 shareholders own 50% of the company Insiders have sold recently To get a sense of who is truly in control of StorageVault Canada Inc. (TSE:SVI), it is important […]

CMF, Quebecor Fund invest over $800,000 in four production companies 

Feb 29, 2024 Toronto and Montreal, Thursday February 29, 2024 – The Canada Media Fund (CMF) and the Quebecor Fund (QF) today announced an investment of $832,787 in the business models of four production companies: Picbois Productions inc., Lustitia International inc., Trio Orange International inc., and Encore Télévision Distribution inc.   This investment is being made […]

President William Ruto to Officiate The 2nd Canada-Africa Business Conference

The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business ( is thrilled to announce that His Excellency President (Dr.) William Samoei Ruto will officiate the second Canada-Africa Business Conference ( scheduled for 19th – 20th February 2024 in Nairobi. The event will also welcome Maninder Sidhu, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Export Promotion, International Trade and Economic Development, in collaboration […]

Canada’s heated political conflict over carbon pricing will continue into 2024

OTTAWA — Canada’s price on pollution is supposed to help battle global warming, but as it nears its fifth anniversary, nothing in Canadian politics is hotter. Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has so successfully convinced Canadians the carbon price is to blame for inflation that he even earned begrudging respect for his “axe the tax” campaign […]

E-commerce wasn’t the cure-all for pandemic business woes

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News If we want Ottawa-area brands to survive and thrive, we need to find our way back to the early-2020 trend where consumers banded together and primarily shopped local. Some speculators thought online businesses and digital commerce would replace brick-and-mortar. They were wrong. Photo by grinvalds /GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO Article content […]

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