IF YOU were chief executive of a big manufacturing concern for a number of years at a salary of $30,000 a year, and you returned to your office on Monday morning to find that henceforth you would receive only $15,000 for the same job, what would you do?By A. E. NASH, C. A.17 min
WE IN Canada have much to be thankful for.” It was not a playwright choosing an intriguing title for dramatic appeal. It was not a lecturer expounding platitudes from a platform. It was a banker of practical every-day business. It was Sir Frederick WilliamsTaylor speaking after he had given the Canadian economic situation a penetrating analysis.By J. HERBERT HODGINS17 min
O’Leary prophesies an election in June of this year. He also reviews political events since the house adjourned last July and forecasts a political rather than an economic session for the next few months. The next session is announced to begin February 5.By M. GRATTAN O’LEARY13 min
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