Intuit Opens New Canadian Headquarters in Toronto as Part of Global Growth Plan

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU), the global financial technology platform behind TurboTax, Credit Karma, QuickBooks, and Mailchimp, today announced the official opening of its new Canadian headquarters in Toronto’s downtown core. Located in ‘The Well’ at Front Street West and Spadina Avenue, the new space is Intuit’s first global site that has implemented the company’s workplace … Read more

Today’s letters: Support for Pierre Poilievre; concern about climate

Article content Poilievre is a determined public servant Article content Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre will be prime minister. His record is impressive: Article content • Defeating, against the odds, the defense minister of the day in 2004 at just 24 years old; • Molding his constituency profile after the popular late Walter Baker — no … Read more

Ontario removed highway tolls ahead of election despite previously opting to wait

As far back as 2018, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government faced internal caucus pressure to scrap tolls on 400-series highways in the eastern portion of the GTA. The idea, however, was immediately rejected because the province wanted to balance the budget before giving up a cent of revenue. Four years later, as the Ford government prepared … Read more

Kramberger: Micro-grants will help teens leap forward on green issues

Breadcrumb Trail Links West Island Gazette opinion The Leaders in Environmental Action Program encourages youth to move from rhetoric and theory to action and concrete results. The Carrefour jeunesse-emploi de l’Ouest-de-l’Île supported projects at several high schools over the last year, such as a garden bed project with students (pictured) at St. Thomas High School … Read more

Russia prepares to annex occupied areas of Ukraine

KYIV, Ukraine – Russia is aimed to formally annex areas of Ukraine where it has military control after referendums there reportedly endorsed Moscow’s rule. But the ballots were widely discredited and earned the Kremlin no relief Wednesday from international pressure over its assault on its neighbour. Pro-Moscow administrations of all four occupied regions of southern … Read more

Heritage House publishes book by Metro Vancouver journalist

Bloom Where You Are Planted: 50 Conversations with Inspiring British Columbians A new coffee table book by Vancouver journalist Beka Shane Denter features a collection of 50 profiles about creative individuals from BC Bloom Where You Are Planted: 50 Conversations with Inspiring British Columbians features artists, photographers, musicians, fashion designers, a comedian, the owner of … Read more