How Canada Can Compete As Shipping Undergoes a Sea Change
April 9, 2019
Smart technologies are about to revolutionize shipping, and the industry, and ports everywhere, are on the cusp of the fourth industrial revolution. We discussed what lies ahead at the latest RBC Disruptors event from Halifax, NS.
Beyond Sidney Crosby: Eight Amazing Things to Come Out of Nova Scotia
April 4, 2019
RBC is marking its 150th anniversary at this week's AGM in Halifax, Nova Scotia - a province that's home to some impressive innovations.
How New Technologies are Changing the Course of Shipping
April 1, 2019
We're seeing autonomous cranes unloading cargo, sensors on land and at sea, Blockchain verifying data and drones making deliveries.
Escalating Condo Costs Could Settle the Rent vs. Own Debate
March 28, 2019
In RBC's latest quarterly housing report, it's the deteriorating affordability of owning a condo in Canada's major cities that jumps out.
Global Conditions Cloud Outlook But There’s Sunshine on the Coasts
March 15, 2019
Momentum has shifted downwards, but it hasn't stalled, according to the latest take on the economy from RBC Economics.
Why Women Are Ready for Work in the Automated Future
March 5, 2019
A new RBC report, Advantage women: how an automated future could play to women's strengths, finds women have the skills for tomorrow's jobs.
What’s Keeping Us Stuck in Energy Transition Limbo?
February 13, 2019
Here are five big takeaways about the current state of energy, and the transition challenges ahead.
Seeing Green in the Oil Patch
January 30, 2019
In all the uproar over pipelines, it's easy to miss what is quietly flowing in Alberta's oil patch: some of the biggest investments in R&D.
Davos 2019: Globalization In A Digital Age
January 27, 2019
This year's World Economic Forum in Davos focused on how transformative technologies and a new generation of thinking can take our world into the next stage of globalization. Here are some of the challenges we need to consider to get there.