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The Rise of the Independents in Cape Breton
The election’s on: Now Canadians should watch out for dumbfakes and ...
Political seeds planted by local activism
How could young voters affect this election?
GUEST COLUMN: Co-ops are innovative, resilient and inclusive
Feeling burned: The first year of legal cannabis has been a complete disaster for investors
KEVIN CARMICHAEL: Recession is a hot boardroom topic — let's hope our political leaders are preparing, too
A new tax law could spell trouble for safe havens and shell companies — and it's already on the CRA's radar
SCOTT HANNAH: Is using a credit line to buy a car better than dealer financing?
HOWARD LEVITT: When employees turn the office into a battlefield, companies can get caught in the crossfire
Why Donald Trump impeachment hearings shouldn't set off alarm bells for investors just yet
There are no doubt plenty of reasons people should be concerned about U.S. President Donald Trump asking Volodymyr Zelensky, his counterpart in the Ukraine, to launch an investigation into the business dealings of the son of a potential political ...
McDonald's has finally cooked up a Beyond Meat burger — and Ontario is its global testing ground
McDonald’s Inc. is preparing to launch a Beyond Meat sandwich and it will conduct its first global test of the landmark offering in a patch of cities and towns in Southwestern Ontario. The announcement, expected Thursday morning, ends months ...
GM halts all vehicle production at Oshawa plant, sending another 800 workers home, as U.S. strike continues
General Motors Co. has halted car and truck production and temporarily laid off 2,000 employees at its Oshawa, Ont. plant as a massive strike at the automaker’s U.S. facilities continues to disrupt production throughout North America’s ...
TERENCE CORCORAN: From Amazon to the Financial Times and Trudeau, the big push is underway to ‘reset’ capitalism
The old pink lady of Fleet Street made history of sorts this week, donning a yellow front page that contained a five-word declaration that it was pursuing a New Agenda. Despite its reputation and self-declared role as a defender of free markets, the ...
PETER TERTZAKIAN: Want a real world energy transition? Start a war
Over the weekend, exposed oil fields and processing facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia were bombed by drones. Suddenly, almost 6 million barrels-a-day of the world’s oil supply was taken offline. We haven’t seen this scale of ...
Production cut, temporary layoffs at GM Oshawa as U.S. strike continues
General Motors Co. temporarily laid off about 1,200 employees and cut production in half at its plant in Oshawa, Ont. in response to the auto workers strike in the United States, a labour action that has disrupted North American supply chains and ...
Fed cuts U.S. interest rates again, gives mixed signals on next move
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday delivered a widely expected interest rate cut aimed at sustaining a record-long economic expansion, but gave few hints of whether or when it could reduce borrowing costs further. The U.S. ...
Canadians' average net worth shrinks for first time in almost a decade amid Bank of Canada rate hikes
The net worth of the average Canadian household fell for the first time in almost a decade as growing debts, shrinking pensions and declining liquid assets took their toll, according to a new report by Environics Analytics. The average Canadian ...
An annotated guide to a mashup of fiscal policy sound bites
During the most recent leader’s debate, moderator Paul Wells twice asked Andrew Scheer whether a Conservative government would adjust its promise to balance the budget in five years if confronted with a bad economic surprise. It was a ...
HOWARD LEVITT: Trial by press release, is that what wrongful dismissal litigation has become?
Last week, I received a press release from a public relations employee acting on behalf of ThyssenKrupp, a German engineering company that sells elevator parts and service in Canada. Its subject: “10 a.m. Monday — sexual assault from ...