A Canadian company is changing the way we buy mattresses

How delivers your best night’s sleep

A row of electric vehicles in bright colours.

Canada needs a new labour force to become a global EV superpower. Here’s how to do it.

“If we make some ambitious moves, we just might be able to make it happen”

How these Québec-based businesses invested in energy efficiency

Hydro-Québec’s Efficient Solutions Program helps companies optimize their energy consumption and become forces for change.

Who is Changpeng Zhao, Canada’s crypto king?

Crypto entrepreneur Changpeng Zhao was named the richest Canadian in early 2022, with a net worth of $125 billion. But as his empire grew, so did his troubles.
Then came the crash.


The Power List

50 Canadians who are forging paths, leading the debate and shaping how we think and live

Stephen Poloz. (Photograph by Jessica Deeks)

Stephen Poloz on economic dangers ahead, staying positive and lessons from Star Trek

The former Bank of Canada governor talks with Marie-Danielle Smith about his new book, the politics of inflation, and how a near-death experience changed his outlook on life

(Courtesy of the Tweed and Area Heritage Centre)

A once-bustling Greyhound rest stop sits empty. It’s a relic of a bygone era.

The Log Cabin Restaurant, an empty way station where you could stretch your legs and feed the caged bears, symbolizes the end of the bus line age in Canada

(Illustrations: Anne Cresci)

Why isn’t more clothing made in Canada?

Buying affordable domestically made clothing isn’t as easy as the “shop local” mantra makes it sound. Here’s how we got here—and what it would take for the industry to return to its former glory.

(Illustration by Raymond Biesinger)

How business schools are dealing with the rise in cryptocurrency

Over the past five years, digital finance has increasingly become part of business education

Macaloney launched his own distillery in Victoria in 2016 and was soon winning top awards—but then the Scotch Whiskey Association filed suit (Photograph by Libby Oliver)

‘Big Scotch’ is going after this Canadian distiller for naming his whisky after himself

The Scotch Whisky Association filed a lawsuit alleging Graeme Macaloney’s distillery was illegally branding its whisky as though it were Scotch, with his use of words like ‘island’ and even his surname, ‘Macaloney’

Liberica coffee beans; LeClair’s roast gives a sweet and jackfruity brew, with hints of almond (Photograph by Carey Shaw)

This Saskatoon man is selling two rare species of coffee. Experts say he’s on to something.

You’re likely familiar with arabica and robusta. But have you ever tried Liberica? Jeremy LeClair’s pandemic pivot might be coming at just the right time for the specialty coffee crowd.

Embracing technology has allowed companies to flourish amidst the pandemic

Canada’s leading companies are prioritizing employees and customers by allowing themselves to go digital first