A Look Into The Burgeoning Space Industry With MDA CEO Mike Greenley

Mike Greenley, MDA CEO Courtesy of MDA Stephanie Ricci contributed to this story. It is an exciting time for the space industry. Earlier this summer, I moderated the McGill Space and Research Conference. Among our distinguished guests was Mike Greenley, CEO of one of the world’s most advanced space companies, who shed some light on … Read more

Explained: Taxation on the sale of immovable property in India by non-residents

Owning and maintaining real property (land or building or both) in India can put a hole in a person’s pocket, especially if he lives outside of India and does not use the property as a residence or generate any rental income. With no plans to return to India in the foreseeable future, the idea of … Read more

India real estate: Why it’s the perfect time to invest in real estate in India as an NRI

Recent years have not been kind to the Indian rupee. Factors as varied as the COVID-19 outbreak, an uncertain global geopolitical landscape, and rising interest rates around the world and high inflation have led to a dramatic drop in the currency’s valuation against the US dollar, with a drop of the exchange rate of INR … Read more

Tech update: Clock ticking for Canada’s EV battery industry

As extreme weather fueled by climate change continues to wreak havoc, experts stress the need to move away from gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles. Electric vehicles (EVs), they say, will contribute significantly to the reduction of global greenhouse gases. A new report of two Canadian research groups say we have a short window to be a … Read more

AIMCo CEO rejects fossil fuel divestment as investment strategy

CALGARY – The CEO of Alberta Investment Management Corp. (AIMCo) says divestment from fossil fuels is the opposite of what pension funds should do if they want to help solve the climate crisis. Evan Siddall, head of one of Canada’s largest institutional investors, with $168.3 billion in assets under management at the end of last … Read more

There’s more to working out than just building muscle – it’s good for your brain, too

Now that Canada’s all-too-brief beach season has come to an end once again, you might be tempted to shove the dumbbells to the back of the closet: ditch the vanity, forget about bulging muscles, and focus instead on fitness. aerobic fitness of the whole body. that is so closely related to health and longevity. But … Read more

india: India’s investment rate declines to 31% of GDP from 39% peak

India’s investment rate, while among the highest in the world, has fallen to around 31% of GDP on average from 2015-16 to 2019-2020 from its peak of 39% in FY2012. The business sector accounts for only around half of total investments, amounting to around 15% of GDP. More than a third of the remaining investment … Read more

Protein Industries Canada launches new artificial

Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Through a $30 million commitment under the Government of Canada’s Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy (PCAIS), Protein Industries Canada is launching a new stream that co-invest in collaborative projects that use artificial intelligence to help grow Canada’s food, feed and plant-based ingredient ecosystem efficiently and sustainably. “By providing … Read more

North American markets tumble, with U.S. stocks posting worst drop since June 2020

North American markets slumped on Tuesday after the latest US inflation reading disappointed traders, with Canada’s main stock index falling more than 300 points and all three major US stock indices falling more than 300 points. USA suffering its worst day since June 2020. SP/TSX The composite index fell 341.83 points to 19,645.40. In New … Read more

Australian real estate: Goldman Sachs forecast properties to drop by 18% by end of 2023

A global bank has warned that Australia’s property market is poised for a much bigger downturn than in other parts of the world as fears of a global recession mount. Unlike the last global recession in 2008, Australia’s real estate sector is expected to take a bigger hit, while the US will emerge largely unscathed. … Read more