A new report on modernizing Canada's communications laws is recommending the CBC/Radio-Canada gradually eliminate advertising on all platforms over the next five years
Federal lawmakers need to make foreign content providers, such as Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime, pay their fair share into producing Canadian content, Canada's broadcast regulator and
Boards of directors are always looking for good people. It may be in the public sector, the private, or with a non-profit organization. But a lot has changed in recent years.
Prominent members of Canada's entertainment industry are calling for a new federal agency to locate and shut down websites that are portals for illegally obtained video and audio content.
One of Ottawa’s most prominent entrepreneurs will help to guide Canada’s public broadcaster for the next five years.
An agreement that Netflix will invest at least $500 million in original productions in Canada is set to be part of a long-awaited reboot of Canada's cultural policy.
Team building activities and icebreakers can be a tricky part of meeting planning.
Cole Miller might be majoring in cognitive science at Carleton University, but the 21-year-old entrepreneur has really been a student of business for most of his life.
The federal government will get back all of the money it has overpaid civil servants through its problem-plagued payroll system, the deputy minister in charge of overseeing the system vowed Wednesd
The minister responsible for the federal government's troubled payroll system says she's more concerned about paying employees who haven't received what they're owed than she is about recouping mon