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Canadian Business May Be Shut Down: Sources
Canadian Business, the country’s oldest publication of its kind, may be on the verge of closing its doors after 87 years.
Rogers Media Inc. which owns Canadian Business, is looking at shuttering the publication, several company sources told The Huffington Post Canada.
Canadian Business is losing subscribers and “there is no money to be had,” Phil Lind, the vice-chairman of the board at Rogers Communications told HuffPost on Monday.
The company’s venture into Texture, the re-named magazine ap p first launched as Next Issue, hasn’t been as profitable as expected, he added, and Rogers’ television stations are also struggling.
Maclean’s Magazine — Rogers’ national current affairs publication — is “not yet” on the chopping block, Lind said.
Rumours of Maclean’s demise have been percolating for over a decade. “It could be a year away, or it could be five years away,” another source said.
Last month, Rogers announced it was slashing approximately 200 jobs. or four per cent of its workforce. Pink slips in conventional television, radio, publishing and back-office positions are already going out the door, and more are expected to follow.
In a memo to staff. Rogers cited a “softening advertising market, fierce competition from global players, and shifting audience consumption habits” among its reasons for reducing headcount.
“This was not an easy decision, but it was right for our business long-term,” the memo read. “While difficult, these changes are essential to delivering on our Rogers 3.0 plan and to position us for continued success and future growth while helping us effectively manage costs.”
It’s unclear whether the company will seek a new buyer for Canadian Business or will “run the publication into the ground,” as another executive put it.
“We do not comment on rumours or speculation.”
Canadian Business editor-in-chief James Cowan expressed surprise when first contacted two weeks ago about his magazine’s future. Cowan said he had not heard any talk about “shuttering” the publication.
In an unsolicited email, Rogers Media’s senior director of communications Andrea Goldstein wrote: “We do not comment on rumours or speculation.”
On Tuesday, Goldstein said “there are no plans at this time” to close any of Rogers’ 57 publications.
Canadian Business is a multiple award-winning magazine. With a posted circulation of 85,027, Rogers says the outlet has approximately 335,000 unique visitors monthly — a count that refers to the number of times a device, app, smartphone or desktop, visits the publication online.
Founded in Montreal in 1928 as the official newsletter of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Business became available to the general public two years later. Two ownership changes later, Rogers took over the publication when it made a hostile takeover bid for Maclean Hunter in 1994. At the time, writer George Garneau noted that analysts predicted the company’s newspaper and magazine holdings were likely candidates for sale “because of their poor financial performance.”
The cuts at Rogers were just the latest in a wave of bad news on the Canadian media front. Several publications closed or announced staff layoffs in recent weeks.
The Guelph Mercury ended its 149-year-old print edition, laying off 23 full-time and three part-time employees on Jan. 29. That same day, the 141-year-old Nanaimo Daily News also closed its doors.
On Jan. 19, Canada’s largest newspaper chain Postmedia announced it was eliminating 90 newsroom positions across the country.
Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey recently announced layoffs across Canada. (Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
A memo from Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey said the company was consolidating newsrooms between its broadsheet newspapers and Sun Media tabloids in Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver, and merging sports coverage to help find at least $80 million in savings before the end of fiscal 2017.
Reporters would be writing in an “agnostic” voice, Godfrey said and a new “rewrite” desk will be charged with editing stories to have the “right voice” for specific brands and platforms.
“We will continue to operate our broadsheet newspapers and our tabloid newspapers in their current formats and with the features and focus that our readers have come to expect from their favourite news brands,” read the memo.
Last year, Bell Media cut hundreds of its local news employees mostly in Toronto and Montreal despite announcing it had made a slight profit in a recent quarter.
— With files from Zi-Ann Lum
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In addition to complete courses, students can select from dozens of time-efficient learning modules designed to build knowledge and skills for specific workplace assignments (modules take about 1/2 day to complete). Modules and courses employ the most impactful technologies available to make learning effective and fun. Courses will run from November-January and January-March.
How long does it take to complete a course?
This is a matter of how much time you commit to working on the courses. We estimate that you should allow 5 hours per week for reading the course materials, completing the quizzes or cases and contacting others in courses that hold formal or informal discussion groups on line. Each week is designed as a new module and 10 modules will make up a course. Some weeks you may spend much more than the 5 hours and in some weeks less than that. Your goal should be to complete a course in 10 weeks, although there are 12 weeks available.
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How much do textbooks cost?
For textbook cost and to order you textbook, contact the Selkirk College Bookstore .
Can my prior work and life experience count toward the online certificate?
In some instances, particularly for people applying to Selkirk College who have attained college-level learning through means other than formal courses. If credit is granted, students are still required to pay full course fees. If you feel you have a case to apply for a prior learning assessment (PLA), carefully analyze course outlines and assemble past knowledge and experience acquired that match course content. Credits obtained through PLAs can reduce the amount of time needed to earn the certificate, as such, they are strong incentives to continue your post secondary education.
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If you have successfully completed a course at another accredited post secondary institution that is substantively the same in terms of learning outcomes and course content, you can apply for advance credit. If you have completed such a course, send us a copy of your official transcript and a course description so we may make an assessment as to course content similarities. If credit is granted, the course in question would count toward the Selkirk College certificate program and there would be no fees charged for that course. Credits obtained through institutional course transfers can reduce the amount of time and expense needed to earn your certificate, as such, they are strong incentives to continue your post secondary education. Selkirk College has a progressive policy about PLAs that recognizes the wisdom of reducing needless duplication.
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Canadian Business Magazine
Available for Android and iPad/iPhone
National business magazine now incorporating Profit magazine
Keep on top of business trends, technologies, and global markets. Find out which Canadian companies are making news and why. Learn from the decision-makers and the entrepreneurs who are changing big business and small business in Canada. If you’re looking to get ahead in your career, understand the world economy, be inspired by bright minds, generate fresh ideas, pick better stocks and achieve your life goals, you’ve come to the right magazine.
Canadian Business offers in-depth analysis on provocative topics and forward-looking articles that put business leaders ahead of the curve. In each issue, readers will find out what’s happening and why it matters; what to expect and when to expect it. Special issues include:
- Investor 500 ranks Canada’s best performing stocks
- Rich 100 guide to the 100 most affluent Canadians
- Profit- themed issues twice yearly focusing on small business and the entrepreneur
Canadian Cover Awards: Winner, News, Business & Celebrity 2013
National Magazine Awards: Silver Award for Illustration 2012, Magazine of the Year Honourable Mention 2009, Silver Award for Business Journalism 2009
Published in Canada, in English.
Digital edition:instructions for accessing digital editions will be provided by email following your order.
Print edition: your first issue should arrive in 4 to 6 weeks.
Canadian Businessoccasionally publishes combined, expanded or premium issues.
Le magazine d’affaires national, incluant désormais Profit
Soyez au fait des tendances dans le monde des affaires, des nouvelles technologies et de l’actualité des marchés mondiaux. Sachez quelles entreprises canadiennes font les manchettes, et pourquoi. Apprenez les leçons des décideurs et les entrepreneurs qui changent la donne dans les grandes entreprises comme dans les petites. Si vous voulez avancer dans votre carrière, comprendre l’économie mondiale, être inspiré par des esprits brillants, générer des nouvelles idées, investir mieux et atteindre vos objectifs personnels, Canadian Business est pour vous.
Publié au Canada, en anglais.
Édition numérique :les instructions daccès à la version numérique vous seront envoyées par courriel après votre commande.
Édition imprimée : votre premier numéro en version imprimée devrait vous parvenir dans quatre à six semaines.
Des numéros combinés, augmentés ou supplémentaires sont occasionnellement publiés parCanadian Business .
Canadian business counts, June 2015
Nationally, there were 1,250,822 active businesses with employees in June.
In addition, there were 2,586,343 active businesses without employees and with annual revenues greater than $30,000.
Note to readers
Canadian business count s p reviously called Canadian business pattern s p rovide counts of active businesses by industry classification and employment-size categories for Canada and the provinces and territories. Canadian business counts are based on the same criteria that were used to calculate Canadian business patterns. Data are available in CANSIM tables 552-0002 and 553-0002.
The counts are compiled from the Business Register, Statistics Canada’s central listing of Canadian businesses. They are based on the statistical concept of ‘location ‘ that is, each operating location is separately counted, including cases where one business comprises multiple locations. For example, a retail business with 10 stores represents 10 businesses in the Canadian business counts. Generally, among Canadian businesses, 99% are single-location enterprises.
Changes to the Business Register’s methodology or business industrial classification strategies can bring about increases or decreases in the number of active businesses reported in the Canadian business counts. As a result, the data do not represent changes in the business population over time. Statistics Canada recommends users not to use the data as a time series.
Custom extractions for other geographic levels can be ordered on a cost-recovery basis. Data prior to December 2011 are also available upon request on a cost-recovery basis.
Date modified: 2015-08-06
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List of Canadian Government Grants and Loans for Small Businesses
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Each program has specific and unique eligibility criteria that you should review prior to applying to ensure your business and project are eligible. If you would like information on a specific program, please click on the program name to learn more. Have questions about the program? Fill out the form at the bottom of the program page, call our toll free number (1-888-599-3111), or send us a message via our Contact Form .
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Industry-led Research Development Stream: Supports pre-commercialization R D, leading to new agri-based products, processes, and practices.
- Combines industry, academia, government expertise to promote innovation
- Scope may be national, regional, or localEnabling Commercialization Adoption Stream: Accelerates the rate of identification, assessment, development and adoption of innovation-based products
- Commercialization projects of a new product or innovation
- Technology adoption projects to improve internal operations or end products
Provides non-repayable funding support to Canadian agriculture, agri-food, fish, and seafood industries by allowing them to identify market priorities and carry out marketing activities to develop export opportunities:
- Development and production of advertising materials
- Trade shows, conferences, and trade missions
- Implementing marketing and branding plans
Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit
Supports the training and certification of new trades apprentices through wage subsidies. Credit covers the training of new trades employees.
Apprenticeship Training Tax Credit (Ontario)
Incentive to allow SME s to hire new apprentices in trades.
- Register new trades apprentices in sectors where there is high demand for skilled workers
Automotive Innovation Fund (AIF)
Supports the development of innovative, fuel-efficient new automotive products and processes to:
- Create knowledge-based jobs in Canada;
- Improve automotive sustainability and environmental impacts; and
- Improve Canada s competitiveness.
Automotive Supplier Innovation Program (ASIP)
Provides research and development grants to assist with innovative automotive product development. Ideal projects activities:
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- Pre-commercialization testing and validation.
Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP)
The Build in Canada Innovation Program is a first purchase program offered by the Canadian government.
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- Must be of use to the Canadian government by improving efficiency and effectiveness
Receive up to 66% or $10K in training grants per trainee to enhance your workforce.
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- Training can be carried out throughout the calendar year.
- Program available from 2014-2020 with an annual funding pool of $192M in Ontario.
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- Covers up to 75% of eligible costs up to $400k/$1 million
- Canadian companies can apply if ≥75% of content is developed in Canada
Small businesses with $10M in annual gross revenues can receive loan funding for expansion activities up to $1M.
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- Can apply at a financial institution or credit union
- May require a business plan
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