All Eyes On Cogeco After Crtc'S Landmark Wireless Ruling - [2021-04-19 130Pae]


Five ways the federal budget could affect your taxes: Jamie Golombek



The Liberals today unveiled its mammoth 724-page federal budget, the first one in over two years, which contained a variety of tax measures affecting individual taxpayers. Here’s some of the highlights. Additional weeks of COVID benefits …

Rogers customers can't make calls, use data in countrywide outages: Bianca Bharti



Rogers and Fido mobile customers are complaining of network outage issues across the country on Monday, that are preventing calls and data usage. Outage hotspots appear to be most concentrated in southern Ontario, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton and…

Trudeau government's federal budget enters housing fray with tax on foreign owners: Geoff Zochodne



The federal Liberal government is planning to intervene in Canada’s red-hot housing market with a new tax aimed at foreign owners of underused residential real estate and with additional efforts to increase the supply of affordable places to live. …

All eyes on Cogeco after CRTC's landmark wireless ruling: Bianca Bharti



All eyes are on Cogeco Inc. following a decision issued last week by Canada’s telecommunications regulator meant to encourage more competition in the wireless market. In the long-awaited ruling, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications…

Central banks and government out of touch with Main Street when it comes to rising cost of living: Martin Pelletier



Nothing makes our central bankers, academics and government officials sound more out of touch with Main Street these days than when they talk about low levels of inflation. The problem is that ultra-low interest rate policies justified by CPI tracking don’t s…

Women are leaving work and taking up the burden of care during pandemic, benefit data suggests: Stefanie Marotta



Mothers in provinces heavily hit by school closures during the pandemic appear to be stepping away from their careers to provide childcare and homeschooling at a disproportionate rate, government data tied to the Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit (CRCB) sugg…

Where to invest when markets are at all-time highs: Larysa Harapyn



Dennis Mitchell, CEO and CIO of Starlight Capital, talks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the risks and possible rewards of the pandemic stock market.


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