TORONTO -- Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:Wilkins speech
Starbucks has announced it intends to significantly reduce its carbon footprint over the next decade. 
The Schurman Retail Group (SRG), the company that owns Papyrus and Carlton Cards retail stores, has announced they will be closing all 79 of the specialty card stores across the country.
According to a recent report, there’s a large gap between what small to medium businesses (SMB) in Canada are offering, and what consumers’ needs are.
As of January 15, 2020, the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR), will be enforcing new regulations regarding businesses that deal in fresh fruits and vegetables. 
According to a recent report, many Canadians are planning to change jobs within the next one to two years.
On Sunday evening, CEO of Maple Leaf Foods (MLF), Michael McCain, took to Twitter to air his feelings regarding Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, the plane that was shot down over Tehran,
According to a recent study, blue-collar jobs are becoming more in-demand.The study, conducted by Randstad Canada, examined the jobs that are most in-demand in Canada for 2020.
December was another good year for employment in Ontario, as the overall number of employed residents increased by 25,000 or roughly 0.3 per cent.
As of the start of this year, the Province has cut the small business Corporate Income Tax (CIT) rate by 8.7 per cent to 3.2 per cent.