Google Publishes Tracking Data Showing 59 Per Cent Drop In Normal Movement Patterns


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Google publishes tracking data showing 59 per cent drop in normal movement patterns: James McLeod



In response to the pandemic, visits to grocery stores and pharmacies have dropped by 35 per cent in Canada compared to pre-pandemic baseline levels

Five Excel skills employers are looking for (and how to learn them): Postmedia Network



Many middle-skill positions and high-paying jobs start with a solid foundational understanding of Microsoft Excel.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney talking to Washington about tariffs on Saudi and Russian oil: Special to Financial Post



'We’re prepared to go the distance here,' Kenney told the Financial Times, but joint tariffs with the U.S. would require federal approval from Ottawa

Albert Premier Jason Kenney talking to Washington about tariffs on Saudi and Russian oil: Special to Financial Post



'We’re prepared to go the distance here,' Kenney told the Financial Times, but joint tariffs with the U.S. would require federal approval from Ottawa

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Five Canadian banks cut credit card interest rates to ease coronavirus impact: Reuters



Bank of Nova Scotia, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, National Bank of Canada and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said on Friday they will provide relief to customers affected by COVID-19 pandemic

Shockproofing Canada: Why the Keystone pipeline is just the start of making us energy self-sufficient: Geoffrey Morgan



'This is our hedge that we get at least one major project built. That will ensure the flexibility for the future': Alberta Premier Jason Kenney

Canada signs agreement with Amazon to manage distribution of medical equipment: Reuters



Amazon Canada is providing the service at cost, without profit

How bad is it? The state of the coronavirus-hit Canadian economy in numbers: Financial Post Staff



As the death toll keeps climbing, economists are grappling with the toll on Canada's economy. Here are the numbers you need to know

Why consumers don’t need to worry about a lack of food at grocery stores for now: Jake Edmiston



Factory workers at Kraft Canada are labouring 24/7 to churn out 400 boxes a minute to meet a demand that has spiked 35% — and they are not alone

Canadian banks pause payments on 10% of mortgages as they field 500,000 requests for deferrals: Geoff Zochodne



Borrowers have been flooding phone lines with thousands of calls seeking assistance or information

Canadian investors have toughened up, and more lessons my clients have taught me during this crisis: Ted Rechtshaffen



Ted Rechtshaffen: It is very clear now that our investments are here to serve a broader purpose — to allow us to live as full a life as we can

How to get the coronavirus-related benefits the government is offering people: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: Here’s a quick summary of the major tax changes affecting individuals

Can I refuse to go to work because of COVID-19 concerns? Will I be paid?: Howard Levitt



Employment lawyer Howard Levitt answers more of your workplace questions regarding the coronavirus pandemic

CIBC cuts credit card rates to give relief to customers amid COVID-19 pandemic: Reuters



Credit card users who request to skip a payment will get a temporary lower annual rate of 10.99 per cent

Coronavirus fallout: Why debt-fuelled growth soon may not hold the attraction it once did: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: The Kraft Dinner approach to business is about to make a comeback

I want to pay my employees the 75% provided by the government, but no more. Can I?: Howard Levitt



Howard Levitt: Some people are seeking ways to fraudulently take advantage of emerging government programs

Everything you need to know about the upgraded COVID-19 wage subsidy program: Jamie Golombek



Here’s what we know, so far, about the new Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, and how it ties in with the Temporary Wage Subsidy

Debt nation: Canada borrowed itself into a tough spot, now it must borrow its way out of coronavirus crisis: Geoff Zochodne



To ensure indebted Canadians are paying their bills and the economy comes out on solid footing, governments need to pack on more debt

Canada’s big banks field half a million mortgage deferral requests: Reuters



'The country's six largest banks have deferred more than 10 per cent of the mortgages in their portfolio'



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