One of the key players in Brazil’s early history of electric power was the Canadian group Light, and the future of the industry may also be connected to companies based in Canada. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Light Group was responsible for providing energy along with the Rio-São Paulo hub, even offering trams and telephone services. Now, illuminated by the digital age, Canadian and Brazilian companies in the segment are turning their spotlight on data and artificial intelligence, seeking more efficient and sustainable projects.
The harps that Canadian Gianetta Baril brings to teach in Brazil weigh just over 20 kg and are included as excess baggage in air travel, protected by bubble wrap and cardboard. Heavy? In art history, however, the image of this instrument is different. The harp even seems light when seen in the hands of angels. In the classroom, it is the voice that Gianetta’s students learn to use to “sing with their fingers,” as the musician says. No matter what the best definition is, the harpist believes that words lose strength when faced with the power of music.
During Brazil’s 2014 economic crisis, the lawyer from Goiás Leonardo Couto, partner of a law firm specialized in Social Security and Labor Laws, with four units in Palmas (TO) and three in Belém (PA), decided with his wife Rebeca that if they were able to overcome the difficulties they were facing, they would move out of the country with their two children.
A foreign trade company is one of the few types of companies that can claim to be born without borders. And with so many countries available to do business, why approach Canada exactly? HS Trade, based in Fortaleza, found the answer in the food and...
Foreign investment may end historical deficit and promote economic and social growth.
Carnival, Brazilian Day, fairs, gatherings and special experiences promote the blending of Brazilian and Canadian cultures.
Regulatory startup market grows in the wake of regulatory and compliance requirements, especially in the financial sector.
Economic reforms pave the way for foreign investment in various sectors.
How to measure the practical results of inclusion and diversity policies in companies.
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