2 Jan 2014
By Sheryl Smolkin
With this post, we are kicking off a 2014 series of interviews with personal finance bloggers. Many of the people we will be talking to are known to you already because we’ve linked to their blogs on our weekly edition of “Best from The Blogosphere.”
Our first guest is Tim Stobbs, a thirty-five-year old chemical engineer and father of two who lives in Regina and works for SaskPower. He was also a Regina School Trustee until the end of 2012.
Since 2006 Tim...
October 4, 2012
David Chilton podcast
Hi, my name is Sheryl Smolkin. I’m a lawyer and a journalist. Today I’m pleased to be continuing the Saskatchewan Pension Plan’s new series of financial expert interviews with the Wealthy Barber himself…David Chilton.
The Wealthy Barber has sold more than 2 million copies in Canada, and last year — some 20 years later — The Wealthy Barber Returns was published.
I recently heard David speak at the Human Resources Professionals Association...
FEATURED INTERVIEW: GETTING A U.S. WORK VISA
Interview with Blaney McMurtry partner Henry Chang
Lawyer Henry Chang discusses how to get your Canadian employees a U.S. work visa. Find out the difference between a business visitor who can enter the U.S. with a business visa and employees who need a work...
Lawyer and Award Winning “Youth And Work” Blogger Andrew Langille Talks About Unpaid Internships
Are you paying your Ontario interns atleast minimum wage? If not you may be violating the Employment Standards...
Derek Foster podcast
Hi, my name is Sheryl Smolkin. I’m a lawyer and a journalist. Today I’m pleased to be continuing the Saskatchewan Pension Plan’s series of financial expert interviews, talking to Derek Foster author of six books including The Idiot Millionaire.
After spending his 20s backpacking across Europe, Australia and Asia, Derek left the rat race at age 34 when his investment strategy made him a millionaire. Today we are going to talk about his latest book, The...
Benjamin Kranc, Immigration Lawyer on bringing foreign workers into Canada,
Immigration lawyer Benjamin Kranc talks about steps you have
to take to get a U.S. or other foreign national admitted to Canada
to work for your organization.