Janice McDonald

Paying top female executives what they’re worth is just one element of a blueprint that sets local firms such as ADGA and Shopify apart, Janice McDonald writes
A pair of Ottawa researchers are putting a spotlight on the barriers female business owners encounter when trying to grow their sales beyond Canada’s borders
When I started my first company in 1991, the landscape for women business owners in our region looked very different.
A trailblazing entrepreneur who was among Canada’s few female CEOs in the 1970s, Jean Pigott broke through another gender barrier at the end of that decade when she became the first woman
Hundreds of entrepreneurs, investors and mentors made their way to the sold-out AccelerateOTT conference on Wednesday hoping to make new connections, pick up some valuable insights or perhaps just
Anyone strolling down Wilshire Boulevard or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles this spring could not miss the Milken Institute Global Conference signs hanging from every light standard.
For many women entrepreneurs, it felt like Christmas in February when the federal government released its 2018 budget.
Noon-hour gathering at law office features female role model Janice McDonald
Owners of a pair of buzzworthy fashion boutiques, Katie Frappier and Regine Paquette epitomize the growing role of women in the Canadian economy.
With the federal Liberals promising to make their “innovation agenda” a key priority, Janice McDonald says it’s time to find out exactly how some of Canada’s most important, yet often ove