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Marketing firm that translates big consumer campaigns for Quebec audiences faces questions about its extensive use of outside help. But should it change its business model for the sake of optics?
A device made by Toronto’s Komodo OpenLab helps disabled people use smartphones, computers and video games. But how can the company break into the United States, where the system is less likely to pay for such things?
Owner of Ontario's Monforte Dairy says the algae will also give her something else to sell
Cheese maker Ruth Klahsen wants to clean the waste water from her dairy in a sustainable way, but doing so would require spending a lot of money on a project that wouldn’t pay for itself
Angel Pui’s Weddingful.com aims to disrupt the timeworn North American wedding industry by encouraging people to plan online. But a few kinks could slow its expansion across Canada and in the U.S.
Debbie Brown’s fitness-for-kids brainchild is a success, but her retrofitted vehicle is nearing the end of its life, and past business entanglements have made raising money difficult
Debbie Brown can't keep pouring cash into her mobile money pit
Jane Wood faces a cash crunch in selling the popular teething toys to stores
As the exclusive distributor of Sophie the Giraffe teething toys in Canada, Jane Wood’s company is caught in a cash-flow crunch. She must pay for the toys, which are shipped from France, before she can actually sell them
Ajah opens a window on the world of grants and fundraising, giving a look at who funds whom, and how much. But how best can this data-analysis company reach out to the 85,000 registered charities in Canada?