Universities compete fiercely with one another for funding, rankings, and for prospective students. But how about social influence? MediaMiser tracked Canada’s universities on Twitter and Facebook this winter to see which schools should be on the Dean’s social media list.
The Insurance Bureau of Canada recently released their findings on the impact the big weather storms of 2013 had on insurance and oh boy, it was a doozy. Turns out 2013 was a record-breaking year as companies paid out 3.2 billion dollars to policyholders. That’s almost a 1.2 billion dollar increase from the previous high.
The recently published 2013 edition of AllState Canada’s Safe Driving Study reports on collision claims across the country from 2011-2013 and how they compare to 2009-2011. With Bergeron Clifford wanted to see how the province, as well as the cities of Kingston & Ottawa rank among everywhere else. This is what they found.
The graphic analysis was developed using statistics from Transport Canada and reveals that the expected demand for drivers is severely out of balance with the expected supply of professional drivers in Canada by the year 2020, creating what the industry has been predicting as a massive ‘driver shortage’ in the very near future.
SilverBirch Hotels & Resorts takes a look at the current state of the hotel industry in Canada, including its size, financial health, and the most expensive & affordable accommodations across the country.
Maple syrup. Ice hockey. Niceness. The “Canadian Tuxedo“. Yes, Canada is famous for many, many things – and yet somehow they still feel under appreciated next to their North American neighbors. Well, enough is enough. WebHostingReviews.ca puts the record straight in this infographic listing seventeen – count ‘em – reasons why Canada rules the school.
It can be very difficult to pick any one “best city” in this beautiful country. How do you decide? Do you go by weather? Housing values? Employment numbers? For Canadian Mortgages’ purposes, they first went mainly by size, in both land size and/or population, and then discovered a recurring trend.
This infographic by Canada FAQ is a virtual Canadian Hall of Fame and includes influential Canadians who have contributed to scientific and social development, economic security and prosperity, and the creative arts. These now-famous sports stars, scientists, politicians, and singers all became successful in their field.
Heli skiing down mountains, horse riding through a desert and whale watching on an island all in the same province? No, this isn’t the latest Bond movie, this is Canada’s eclectic, ever-friendly breath of fresh air, British Columbia. In the following infographic by My Destination, local experts have collected the most fascinating information they could find and decorated it across a BC-inspired landscape.
What do you know about small businesses in Canada? This handy infographic from Wagepoint breaks down the Canadian small business economy by business type, industry, GDP contributions, gender, and income . It also illustrates the success and failure rate of a business with fewer than 250 employees.
This infographic by upaknee showcases Canada’s accomplishments in the Olympic Summer Games throughout history. It also depicts Canada’s current standing in the London 2012 Olympics.
So you’re posting your retail jobs online, looking for that elusive perfect candidate and you’re having little to no luck. Instead of pulling your hair out in exasperation, take a gander at Mindfield Group’s retail job postings infographic and realize that you’re not alone in your search for great talent…and then see what you can do about it.