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Toronto-based developer Sam Mizrahi breaks into the Ottawa condo market with a splash

The shovel hasn’t even hit the ground and already Mizrahi Developments was making its mark on Ottawa with the grand opening for its new luxury boutique condominium, 1451 Wellington. More than 250 guests flocked to its presentation gallery, where valet parking, champagne and cocktails and canapés awaited. The building was filled with the jazzy sounds of Brian Browne on keyboard and Kelly Craig on trumpet, with catering provided by DISH (it’s just hired award-winning chef René Rodriguez)....

THE ONE by Sam Mizrahi prepares for sales after development receives final approval from OMB

Canada’s future tallest building is one big step closer to becoming a reality. The $1 billion THE ONE Condominiums by Sam Mizrahi received its official approval on April 18th at a formal earing with the Ontario Municipal Board.

Sam Mizrahi, the developer who snagged Toronto's most coveted piece of real estate

There’s not a developer in Canada who wouldn’t pay dearly for the rights to the southwest corner of Yonge and Bloor, and last fall, Sam Mizrahi, a businessman best known until five years ago for his upscale dry cleaning company, became the lucky real estate investor to snag it.

How Toronto’s latest mega tower got the green light | Toronto Star

The story of how one very tall, very dense building at Yonge and Bloor got approved by the city — despite objections.

Lamar van dusen The financial plan is the quantitative and encrypted part of the business plan

Lamar Van dusen- The financial plan is the quantitative and encrypted part of the business plan. Far from being a mere administrative formality, the financial plan is a legal obligation on any company on its incorporation.

Young Upstarts

Small business owners and entrepreneurs often find themselves dealing with two separate yet related issues: One is the trouble of doing their own books (including navigating the complex tax system) when that’s really not a core competency and takes them away from things they actually got into business to do.

In this time of crisis, cost savings and cuts are the priority for many companies. Yet many of the companies continue to spend lots of money to trivia. Lamar Van Dusen shares nine ways to save money for your company.

‘Amazon Effect’ Leads Investors to Sour on Global Retail

Amazon.com’s expanding reach is prompting investors to dump shares of retailers far from the U.S. While the “Amazon effect” has been most pronounced in the U.S., investor concern overseas has risen.

Why some entrepreneurs are abandoning the U.S. to set up shop in Canada

Some entrepreneurs are finding their way back to Canada, driven by business and living conditions

Stocking stuffers can be more than just trinkets and candy canes this holiday season. Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) are becoming an increasingly popular gift from parents and grandparents. Still, over half of Canadian families don't save in an RESP. To help, Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation (CST) is providing the top 10 reasons why giving an RESP makes sense.