Canada's top female entrepreneurs offer their best advice on how to ask for a raise or promotion.
After disaster struck her professional and personal lives, Ashley Good started a business to help people fail better — and see it as a natural part of success.
This 92-year-old property developer is No. 69 on this year's PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking of the country's top female entrepreneurs.
The CEO of Hillberg & Berk turned her pastime into a luxury business, and is No. 51 on the Chatelaine/PROFIT W100 ranking of female entrepreneurs.
The Norsat exec is No. 15 on our PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking, which celebrates Canada's top 100 female entrepreneurs.