Legalized cannabis one year later: 15 things that did (and mostly didn’t) happen

After all the predictions and projections, a look at what has actually come to pass 12 months after Canada legalized cannabis. […]

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Triple threat: The winning ways of NFL player Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

The pro football athlete, medical doctor and youth foundation creator shows us what can happen when you cross leadership with curiosity. […]

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Things you might not know (but should) about Margaret Atwood

Lesser-known fun facts and essential info about the literary icon who will be speaking at C2 2020 […]

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Teaching creativity: World’s Greatest Internship gets a Montreal twist

When creative agency Butchershop met creativity school Factry at C2 2019, partnership sparks flew and a new project to help youth was born […]

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Top must-follow creative leaders on Instagram

Prolific entrepreneurs, artists, activists, actors and CEOs: take inspiration from the Instagram accounts of some of the top creative leaders of our time. […]

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3 steps for creative business problem solving

Your real job as a problem-solving business leader is to create an environment for creating ideas. Here’s how […]

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10 ways to make employees happy at work

Job satisfaction is important not only for morale but for the bottom line — here’s how to make your employees whistle while they work. […]

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Train your brain to spot the next big industry shift

Don’t be the white moth: TPG’s Jim Coulter explains how to find opportunities for growth in significant evolutionary moments. […]

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10 apps that maximize your productivity

Whatever your resolutions for the new business or school year, these 10 handy applications will help you amplify your productivity. […]

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Why we brand: Debbie Millman breaks down 30,000 years of human history

The award-winning designer and acclaimed branding expert explains how, when it comes to the evolution of branding, the writing was on the wall. […]

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