The robots are coming. And they’re taking our jobs.
Category Archives: Business
By: Brett McGarry With the hourly minimum wage in Ontario having gone up $2.60, some of the positivity has been mired in controversy, however some students have seen the increase in a positive light. Final year paralegal student, and employee at the Aboriginal Resource Centre at Humber College, Lorralene Whiteye is excited about the increase
Could a loaf of bread be costing more than it should be?
That’s what’s under the microscope with Canada’s three largest grocers. Offices of both Metro and Loblaws were raided on Tuesday as part of an investigation into allegations of anti-competitive conduct contrary to the conspiracy provision of the Competition Act.
By: Joe Amodio Parents who pick their child up late from Park Lawn Preschool will notice their wallets feeling slightly lighter. The child care centre announced Wednesday that parents would be paying fees up to $300 per child and receive a call from Children’s Aid Society if they are over an hour late for pick-up.