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HOWARD LEVITT: Nova Scotia man fired for workplace masturbation shows accommodation has limits
A recent labour case involving an employee in Nova Scotia who was fired for masturbating at work is a complex intersection of employee misconduct, progressive discipline and alleged disability. But it shows that the system does work ...
MARTIN PELLETIER: Gold is beating stocks on its best tear in 6 years — but watch these risks before wading in
What started off as a great rebound year for investors is starting to show signs of weakness, amid fears that the global economic slowdown may worsen in the face of escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China. That uncertainty may be ...
CannTrust's prospects of resuming cannabis sales soon dim after violations at second facility
CannTrust’s stock took another major hit on Monday after the embattled cannabis producer disclosed it had received a second non-compliance rating from Health Canada, this time in connection to its facility in Vaughan, Ont. The violations at ...
'Thank God for Mach': Air Canada raises Transat offer as Quebec regulator shuts down defiant rival's bid
Air Canada is closer to landing its deal to buy Transat A.T. Inc. after raising its offer price to $720 million to win over its rival’s largest shareholder in face of a competing offer from a Montreal developer, whose bid was subsequently ...
TOBAN DYCK: U.S.-China trade wars 'a whole new kettle of fish' for Canadian farmers feeling the fallout
Canadian farmers have been deeply affected by the ongoing and escalating trade war between U.S. and China. “Farmers are always cognizant of changing market conditions,” said John Guelly, who farms near Westlock, Alta., and chairs the ...
SCOTT HANNAH: The wallop to your wallet when helping adult kids with money
Q: I’m afraid of running out of money. My husband and I are both closing in on 80 years old and our adult children act like we are made of money. While it’s true we’ve done OK for ourselves and have been generous with our kids in ...
TOM BRADLEY: How millennial investors can learn from their baby boomer parents' mistakes
We get asked to help young investors all the time. Sometimes, the question can be as straightforward as, ‘How do I get started?’ Instead of answering that with a ‘How to,’ I’m going to take a different tack and focus ...
JOE CHIDLEY: The twisted logic behind Trump's claim that China is a currency manipulator
You have to hand it to Donald Trump: He keeps his promises. Back when he was running for president, he vowed to label China a currency manipulator. China’s game, he claimed, was to devalue its currency for the nefarious purpose of stealing ...
HAIDER-MORANIS: More renting and less home ownership won't solve the housing affordability problem
Is an increase in the number of renter households the answer to Canada’s housing affordability challenges? A number of recent commentaries have suggested that if Canada were to follow the example of certain European countries, where renting ...
As U.S. and China lock horns in trade battle, Canadian business investment feels the fallout
A sharp escalation in U.S.-China trade tensions will likely dampen commodity prices and keep Canadian capital investments in a tight holding pattern when they ought to be taking off, analysts say. A range of factors, including a softening Canadian ...