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I don’t care what Ted Rogers says, it’s the Skydome
Sports facilities in Canada have a wide variety of names – like Rogers Centre, Rogers Place and, uh, Rogers Arena. South of the border is the Crypto.com Arena and the Smoothie King Center.
Companies have been buying stadium names for decades. So what are they actually getting for their money?
Cost of life9:14I don’t care what Ted Rogers says, it’s the Skydome
Is there gold at the end of the rainbow (Pride)?
Once Pride season kicks off in June, you don’t have to wait for rain to see rainbows.
From bank branches to manufacturers, attitudes have changed when it comes to corporate support for LGBTQ communities. There’s money to be made in the rainbow – but can companies get a bigger share of the profits without raining down on the Pride parade?
Cost of life4:49Is there gold at the end of the rainbow (Pride)?
Getting a loan from a bank is much harder if you live on a reservation
Borrowing large sums of money from an institutional lender is often contingent on posting collateral or other assets as collateral.
Many take the ability to do this for granted, but Indigenous people living on reserve cannot. One of the reasons? On reserves, the land belongs to the Crown. This means that, on a reserve, you cannot easily use your home as collateral to access capital.
Cost of life9:35Getting a loan from a bank is much harder if you live on a reservation
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