With the U.S. real estate meltdown, you might think that CKG International, a Canada based real estate consulting company that does about 90 per cent of business south of the border, would have nothing good to say about the U.S. market. That couldn't be further from the truth.
The BC Business Corporation Act now authorizes BC Corporations, for the first time, to specify that a corporation’s Authorized Share Structure was not limited to a maximum amount of authorized shares in the Notice of Articles, but companies planning on doing business in the United States should think twice.
A convenient location between Vancouver and Seattle, good telecommunications networks and access to the talent pool from the Western Washington University are the drawcards the Bellingham Whatcom Economic Development Council is using to attract Canadian businesses to the region.
Woman injured in collision with drunk driver, county found negligent
Whatcom County and the state must pay $5.5 million after a jury’s verdict Tuesday, April 28, determined that their negligence allowed a drunk driver to injure a local woman.
A summarization of common mistakes frequently made by international business owners entering the US market.