The Great Rethink: It'S Time To Reassess How Our Provinces Manage Natural Resource Wealth

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Lightspeed looking to capitalize on pandemic trends with U.S. IPO, says CEO: Geoff Zochodne

The chief executive of Lightspeed POS Inc. says the company is looking to boost its profile and consider possible acquisitions in the wake of a share sale and stock listing south of the border.

Montreal-based Lightspeed floated shares Friday on th…

Reno king Scott McGillivray sees tax credit coming down the pipes: Larysa Harapyn

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 …

    The Great Rethink: It's time to reassess how our provinces manage natural resource wealth: Geoffrey Morgan

    The policy consensus that has guided economic decision-making for decades is being challenged like never before. In a new series, the Financial Post explores the opportunities and unknown costs of the Great Rethink.

    John Hartwick calls the economi…

    This couple will need to keep working longer than they hoped to hit retirement income target: Andrew Allentuck

    A couple we’ll call Mark and Sally, both 57, live in Ontario with their three children, two in their late teens, one age 21. Mark runs a small manufacturing company. Sally is a health-care professional. They take home $10,700 monthly.

    Mark and Sal…

    Cold, hard cash: Man's tale of $70,000 kept in freezer gets chilly reception in tax court: Jamie Golombek

    While we have a self-assessment tax system in Canada, if the tax man suspects that your return doesn’t fully capture all of your income from all sources, there are methods the Canada Revenue Agency may employ to uncover unreported income. One such technique i…

    How a husband-and-wife startup are trying to save mom-and-pop restaurants from pandemic oblivion: Joe O'Connor

    Thusenth Dhavaloganathan has worked as a dishwasher, busboy, server and less-than-enthusiastic line cook, a series of jobs at Creekside in Guelph, Ont., that can be chalked up to his emotional proximity to the owner and chef, a.k.a. his father, Tavon.

    Boehringer Ingelheim and Click Therapeutics Enter into Collaboration to Develop and Commercialize CT-155, a Novel Prescription Digital Therapeutic to Aid in the Treatment of Schizophrenia - The Kingston Whig-Standard:

    Boehringer Ingelheim and Click Therapeutics Enter into Collaboration to Develop and Commercialize CT-155, a Novel Prescription Digital Therapeutic to Aid in the Treatment of Schizophrenia The Kingston Whig-Standard

    The fifth risk of investing: Beware of complexity and the costs that come with it: Tom Bradley

    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 that comes …

    Empire earnings skyrocket in first quarter: Financial Post Staff

    The Nova Scotia supermarket giant that owns Sobeys and Safeway made historic profits this summer, amid an unprecedented rise in home cooking and online shopping — but those habits might be fading as the country crawls closer to some semblance of normal.

    Big bank CEOs see fintech threat 'diminishing' despite pandemic: Geoff Zochodne

    When Shopify Inc. dethroned the Royal Bank of Canada to become the country’s most valuable company earlier this year, it didn’t bother Dave McKay.

    Speaking at a virtual conference earlier this week, the chief executive of RBC said a rise like Shop…

    Bank of Canada's willingness to speak up will offend some, but it's time to open policy debates: Kevin Carmichael

    Tiff Macklem has been Bank of Canada governor for only four months, but he must be feeling comfortable, because he is making a habit of entering dangerous territory.


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    was about income inequality, a soc…

    David Rosenberg: Borrow, redistribute, spend — the real reason Canada's economic recovery is a mirage: David Rosenberg

    I get asked all the time why it is that data in Canada have been looking so good. Well, few other countries have turned on the monetary and fiscal spigots like Canada has. It’s an embarrassment of riches — who knew so much money could grow on so many trees?

    Audiences trickle back, but movie theatres ‘still burning money’: Larysa Harapyn

    Vince Guzzo, CEO of Cinémas Guzzo, talks to Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about how the pandemic has changed the movie-going experience and what’s ahead for the industry in Canada.

    • Canada's economy experiences its worst plunge in histor…

      Here's why time may be up on the classic 60/40 portfolio split: Victor Ferreira

      Retail investors en masse have for decades been told to abide by a simple investment trope: put 60 per cent of their portfolios into equities and 40 per cent into fixed income. And, en masse, they listened.

      So-called balanced funds that use this p…

      Ottawa rolls out $200 million program to boost Black entrepreneurship: Barbara Shecter

      The federal government and large Canadian financial institutions including the country’s biggest banks have earmarked more than $200 million over four years for a new program aimed at helping Black business owners access loans and crucial services.

      Banks went on a buying spree after the last crisis, but this time is different, CEOs say: Geoff Zochodne

      The last time there was a worldwide economic meltdown, Canada’s big banks went shopping.

      Having weathered the global financial crisis of 2007-08 better than a number of their foreign peers, the country’s Big Six banks made dozens of acquisitions i…

      London is calling this millennial, but first she needs a plan to tackle her student debt: Victor Ferreira

      Standing outside of a pub in the countryside on the outskirts of London, a 23-year-old retail worker we’ll call Melanie made a decision that could radically alter her future. The scene was picturesque — she remembers watching wild horses gallop through the op…

      Bank of Canada keeps rates pinned as bumpy economic outlook belies recent recovery: Kevin Carmichael

      Central banks pride themselves on their ability to keep their eyes on the horizon, no matter the distraction.

      The Bank of Canada stayed true to that form on Sept. 9, acknowledging the rebound from the economic collapse that followed the COVID-19 l…

      TD Insurance facing class action lawsuit over handling of pandemic trip cancellations: Barbara Shecter

      TD Insurance is facing a potential class action lawsuit over its handling of trip cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

      The lawsuit launched by law firm Samfiru Tumarkin LLP, on behalf of lead plaintiff Kevin Lyons, alleges that trip-cancell…

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