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Helping newcomers reach their business potential
Originally published in the Globe and Mail Researchers and alumni from Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business are committed to improving the entrepreneurial and employment prospects for newcomers Human migration... More
Good business in Yukon’s most remote Indigenous community
Originally published in the Ottawa Citizen With no road access, the remote Yukon community of Old Crow, inhabited by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, receives its fuel supply quarterly. It... More
Business excellence with a side of social responsibility
Originally published in The Globe and Mail Heruka Kumararatne has a job he loves, and he says his time at Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business gave him the confidence... More
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Social entrepreneurs and founders of John’s Crazy Socks spark inspiration in Carleton University students
On March 26, 2019, founders John and Mark Cronin of John’s Crazy Socks paid a visit to an introductory entrepreneurship course at Carleton University, and shared their story of how... More
As climate changes, the way we build homes must change too
Gary Martin, Carleton University and Glenn McGillivray, Western University The impacts of floods, wildfires and other catastrophic events are on the rise in Canada. They’re already costing the country billions... More
Alternative Spring Break: A transformative experience in Ecuador
Kiana Seitz, fourth year Bachelor of Commerce student, travelled to Chimborazo, Ecuador as part of Carleton University’s Alternative Spring Break program over the winter reading week. “We were involved in... More