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There will never be another Hazel McCallion. Her passion and dedication to the people of Mississauga from 1978-2014 will never be forgotten. She was a public servant in the truest sense and will be greatly missed by her community and the many people whose lives are better for her efforts.
Haywood Hunt would like to send our deepest condolences to the McCallion family and friends. A life well lived. May she rest in peace.
Even the most honest people find themselves telling white lies at some point in their lives, but others may lie more frequently to be deceptive about something they don’t want you to know about. The good news is that there are techniques anyone can use on how to tell when someone may be lying. Below are several tips from our experts on the best ways to spot a liar.
Going through a divorce can be one of the most challenging things that someone can go through. It is especially difficult if a former partner is hiding assets or money. To protect oneself from this unjustified loss, it is best to look out for some tell-tale signs to know if a spouse is trying to take advantage. Some of the signs to look out for are below.
Hiring a Corporate Investigator in Toronto should be taken very seriously as they will deal with private and sensitive company data and may be privy to corporate secrets once hired. Whatever your reason is for hiring a Corporate Investigator, the last thing you want is to make mistakes that can severely affect your business in the future. Below are the top tips when it comes to hiring Corporate Investigators.
There are many reasons for hiring a private investigator in a city as large and diverse as Toronto. Private investigators are hired by individuals and businesses to do certain things for them such as protecting their loved ones, themselves, or their assets. The most common reason people hire private investigators is to discover the truth about specific things, especially ones that are concerning their life or business.
Did you know that 47% of Canadian organizations experienced fraud in the last two years as of the 2020 PwC Canada’s Global Economic Crime and Fraud survey? In this article, we are sharing with you some common business fraud myths to help you protect your business and not become the next victim.
The fraud triangle explains that for fraudulent occurrences to happen, three components should be present; namely: opportunity, pressure, and reason. When all of these are present, there is a high chance that fraud will be committed by someone. Keep on reading below to find out more about the different sides of the fraud triangle.