What You Need to Know About Military Veterans & Franchising in Canada

Once they exit the military, Canadian veterans have the tough choice of what they should do. They can try to get a job or open their own business. A popular option for military veterans is to invest in a franchise, giving them the opportunity to own their own business while also getting a head st[...] Read more...

A Look at Provincial Legislation for Protecting Franchisees: Prince Edward Island

In our ongoing series exploring the various franchising laws in Canada, we’ve thus far looked at the franchising legislation of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick. These are five of the six provinces within Canada that have legislation specific to franchises. Thi[...] Read more...

3 Hard Lessons Learned from Franchising Horror Stories

Recent feuding between franchisors and franchisees in Canada has been all over the news. The right franchising fit can be an entrepreneurial dream come true, but if things go awry, it can pit franchisees against franchisor or franchisees against each other on a business battlefield.

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What did the Federal Budget Mean for Canadian Franchisees?

The federal budget was released on Tuesday, February 27 and FranNet had a look at what the budget means for small businesses and entrepreneurs and, by extension, franchisees. The media has touted the recent budget as a win for women, as it has measures to close the gender wage gap and it includes[...] Read more...