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“The Internet” is still evolving Last month, Canada joined over sixty international partners that signed “The Declaration for the Future of the Internet” which sets out the core vision and guiding principles for a globally trusted Internet. The commitments outlined in the declaration include "a global Internet that advances the free flow of information" and the promotion of "trust in the global digital ecosystem, including through protection of privacy." The internet, as we currently experience it, provides unprecedented opportunities for people from around the world to instantly connect, do business and express themselves, and continues to transform the global economy. Yet

The Changing Face of Work The sudden closure of offices and workplaces all around the world has forced many organizations into the reality of company-wide remote work. Prior to COVID19, roughly 20% of workers had experienced work-from-home or hybrid work, but that number has since spiked significantly to almost 75% since initial lockdown orders were introduced in the Spring of 2020. Being able to work in the safety of our own homes might have appeared ideal in the early days of the pandemic; however, the reality of working from home has not come without its challenges. Many areas of the experience have

We recently chatted with Arnie Gess, President and Publisher of Construction Links Network. Arnie discusses his organization’s unique role within the Canadian construction sector, the ways in which digital transformation has impacted the industry and how Credivera’s innovative verification solutions can positively impact productivity and business costs within the sector. Can you please give our readers a little background on yourself? AG: I am a proud Saskatchewan boy who grew up in Weyburn and moved to Toronto as a young man in search of new adventures. Little did I know at the time that I would find my entrepreneurial spirit there. With very

The last three years have seen a perfect storm of circumstances combine to create a major shortage of skilled labour in the construction industry. On the demand side, the number of new housing builds and major project investment experienced record highs in 2019 and are expected to continue their upward trend for another decade.  On the supply side, up to 260,000 veteran workers will retire in the next decade, more people moved into other job sectors during the pandemic and new entrants into the labour market are less interested in pursuing opportunities in skilled trades. Overall, 30% of Canadian businesses are