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Mary Ito

Mary Ito has been a broadcast journalist in Toronto for more than 30 years, best known as the host of CBC Radio One’s Fresh Air

Lupita Nyong’o: Modern Day Warrior Queen

Lupita Nyong’o: Modern Day Warrior Queen

An Academy Award-winning actress and women’s-rights activist, Lupita Nyong’o has become a strong role model for women and girls all around the globe. Thanks to

Kiu Rezvanifar

Kiu Rezvanifar is something of a media Renaissance man. A veteran TV broadcaster, producer, filmmaker, and publisher, he’s also a tireless advocate for the Iranian

Charting a Post-Pandemic Course

With so many changes in our lives resulting from the pandemic, there are undoubtedly new challenges ahead. They might involve re-opening businesses, re-launching, or merely adapting to shifts in our personal lives. It is also the time to take a

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Anne-Marie Imafidon

  At the EU Commission’s Innovation Convention in 2014, Anne-Marie Imafidon said, “I do things when I want; I don’t wait for the government, or

Strategizing Debt to Your Advantage

Many companies use debt to get ahead, utilizing benefits like tax deductions on interest payments to leverage their businesses to help them expand and meet

Scot Keith of 123W

Work environments and office settings looked very different this year for most people globally, having to transition to work remotely due to the repercussions of

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Lisa Pasquin

Transiting from a stable job at a large public relations and communication agency to taking a risk as a new mother to launch a ‘one-woman-band’

The Social

The Fall/Winter 2020 issue of The Edge: A Leader’s Magazine features the hosts of CTV’s The Social. Read our exclusive interviews with Melissa Grelo, Cynthia Loyst, Marci Ien, Lainey Lui, and Jess Allen.  

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Keeping It Frugal

  Ever since technology developers placed the entire internet in the palms of our hands, online and discount shopping has become a reality for consumers

Uri Levine’s Waze and Means

  More than 50 million people around the world are using an app that helps drivers get from point A to point B in the

Scot Keith of 123W

Work environments and office settings looked very different this year for most people globally, having to transition to work remotely due to the repercussions of

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Transformational Leadership

  Leadership is an oft-defined and widely studied concept. A cursory search of popular leadership quotes will produce definitions such as, “A leader is a dealer in hope” and “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” Leadership books like 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and Launching a Leadership Revolution champion the leadership qualities of casting a

The Shame of Vacation Shaming

  For decades, the North American dream was to work hard, make a name for yourself, and most importantly, make money. Several financial crises later, however, many of us have learned that money isn’t everything, and that working yourself ragged doesn’t always guarantee that you’ll get ahead. “Vacation shaming” is a new workplace trend that’s making employees work harder and

How to Maximize the Creativity of Your Team

  Gone are the days when successful companies were only interested in employee production —large gains with immediate results. Case in point: the undeniable success of companies like Uber, Facebook, and Apple. All of these billion-dollar companies are known to put creativity at the forefront of their efforts, and with good reason. Adobe’s 2016 “State of Create Survey” found that

Dealing with Business Rivals

  There’s no escaping competition when it comes to owning and operating a small or medium-sized business. You’re constantly facing a barrage of rivals who are trying to steal market share, customers, and ideas from you. It can be a tricky terrain to navigate, and some tactics like price-slashing can hurt your business. The last thing you want is to

Dr. Gavin Armstrong: The Social Entrepreneur

  Activist and entrepreneur Dr. Gavin Armstrong is the founder and President of Lucky Iron Fish, which is devoted to combating iron deficiency around the globe using a simple innovation: a reusable cast-iron fish that can be boiled with food to infuse it with iron. An advocate against hunger and malnutrition, Armstrong is the first Canadian to receive the William

Celebrities Pivoting from Endorsements to Launching Own Brands

Social media has completely revolutionized what it means to be a celebrity today. With the simple click of a button, these stars have the power to influence millions through their incredibly loyal fanbases. Celebrities have the power to give a brand instant visibility and access to a larger audience. And thanks to platforms like YouTube, Vine, and Twitch, it’s not

Tips to Improve Your Presentations

  As a busy and successful entrepreneur, there are times when you must give presentations, even if you secretly hate them. In nature, all eyes being on you rarely translates to anything good, and so most of us are hardwired to fear and avoid this scenario. However, presentations are sometimes necessary, particularly in the business world. Maybe you need to

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