Confronting white supremacy in Canada
June 7, 2019

Confronting White SupremacyFrom September 11, 2001 to the mid-2010s Islamic terrorism stood as Canada’s principal national security threat. Recent domestic and international changes have required Public Safety Canada (Canada’s federal department of public safety and emergency management) to expand its focus. While Islamic terrorism does remain a concern, several other threats have increased in magnitude. Read More…


Google Analytics report: Global Site Traffic
April 28, 2019

International Reach

I created this report because I wanted to see an analysis of my site’s global reach. I have excluded domestic users, because I wanted to see who is viewing my content outside of Canada. Read More…



Investment, protest and Canada’s uncertain course
Understanding the impact of political demonstrations on country risk
April 11, 2019

Country Risk

Companies use country risk to assess the feasibility of a potential venture when investing internationally. Country risk is evaluated by using variables such as political violence and economic stability to grant a country a rating. Even if a country has low regulations and is resource abundant, Read More…



CPTPP necessitates widespread reassessment of competitive intelligence efforts
January 26, 2019

CPTPP Competitive IntelligenceThe Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) entered into force on December 30, 2018 after years of ongoing negotiations. This agreement permits free trade between Canada and…Read More…



The Smiling Times
Mock Newsletter Cover
January 6, 2019

The Smiling Times

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