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What you need to know about COVID-19: September 18, 2020
Ottawa needs to redirect stimulus from social programs to growth: AIMCo chair Mark Wiseman
Where to look for contrarian bets in the red-hot stock market
ROGER TAYLOR: Travel industry shows signs of life despite pandemic
Bank of Canada's second-in-command to step down when her term ends next year
If official numbers say inflation is virtually zero, why do so many of us feel otherwise?
ANDREW WADDEN: Let’s be positive and productive
There is no shortage of news these days. Like many, my inbox, newsfeeds, and even personal conversations are chalk-full of a litany of events happening here in our community, our province and even around the world. The impacts of COVID-19 of ...
Home sales hit another record in August with prices gaining almost 19%
Senior economist Shaun Cathcart talks to the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the latest record-breaking figures from the Canadian Real Estate Association and how the recovery still has legs. Copyright Postmedia Network Inc., 2020 ...
Loblaw takes $75 million stake in Canada's largest virtual healthcare provider
Loblaw Companies Ltd. is investing $75 million in virtual health provider Maple Corporation as the grocer continues to expand its footprint in healthcare. The investment in Maple, the largest virtual care provider in Canada, gives Loblaw a ...
David Rosenberg: We have yet to see COVID’s real impact on economy
David Rosenberg, chief economist at Rosenberg Research, speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about GDP forecasts and what we should expect from the Canadian economy, especially if there are more outbreaks of COVID-19. What does ...
Late payments on your credit report – you can recover
Q: When my husband and I got together about 12 years ago we made a pact to get out of debt. And we did it. Then we saved up to buy a house and despite some hard times, we managed to keep our debt under pretty good control. But the ...
Tesla investors wonder what's next after wild ride and then a tailspin
Analysts are divided over what Tesla Inc.’s next moves will be after a series of negative catalysts, including being shunned by the S&P 500, sent the electric-car maker’s high flying stock into a tailspin that has seen it shed 25 per cent of ...
Reno king Scott McGillivray sees tax credit coming down the pipes
Scott McGillivray, real estate expert and HGTV host, speaks with Larysa Harapyn about CMHC’s predictions of a real estate slowdown, and what homeowners and buyers should be thinking about as people continue to work from home. Expect jobs ...
OPINION: The new normal isn't going away for businesses: adapt or die
Things work differently now than they did six months ago. Nearly every aspect of our lives has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, from the way we do business, to the way we shop to the way we socialize. At one point we all likely thought these ...
The fifth risk of investing: Beware of complexity and the costs that come with it
In our household, the political discussions are vigorous. Trump, Trudeau, deficits and pipelines are regularly in the mix. For me, however, one of the biggest issues facing society today is increasing complexity. How do we cope with the complexity ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Don't Want to Save the Restaurant Industry? Fine, But Use It To Save the Economy.
As many as one in four restaurants in the country have now closed for the season and perhaps for good. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce expects 60 per cent of restaurants to close permanently by November. Even if such a forecast may be a little ...