Business Edge Media & Corporate Communications is pleased to welcome Michael Dingwall to Business Edge News Magazine's editorial team.
Michael is a skilled writer and a real numbers man. He will be a regular contributor in the areas of real estate, investing and finance.
A certified mortgage associate with Apex Mortgage, Michael will provide insightful commentary on the issues that matter – and will use hard data to back up his opinions....
Michael would be glad to answer any mortgage/real estate/investment questions directly via email (email@example.com) or phone/text (403 804 4374).
As regular Shark Tank viewers know, an entrepreneur who won’t listen to feedback is likely to walk away without a deal as one irritated, ultra-high-net-worth investor after another declares, “I’m out.”
“Among the 106 global markets tracked by Bloomberg, we are number 105.”
While investment in oil and gas globally is increasing to take advantage of higher prices, spending on Canadian oil and natural gas, at $45 billion in 2017, was... down 19 per cent from 2016 and down 46 per cent from 2014.
In the U.S., Canada’s biggest competitor, spending on oil and natural gas last year increased by 38 per cent to US$120 billion.
“It’s taken Canada 150 years to grow its oil and natural gas production to current levels and only eight years for the U.S. to accomplish the same,” McMillan said.
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Saskatchewan says it will not be joining Alberta in banning the import of British Columbia wines. http://glbn.ca/lmVDU3
A cross-border women's group is urging Canada to support small businesses owned by women.