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‘Catastrophic’: Tourism industry decimated from COVID-19 will need more help if it wants to survive: Emily Jackson



Industry calls for more government measures for fear emergency programs introduced so far, while helpful, won’t be enough to keep them afloat

‘Barely treading water’: Delivery apps’ high fees have restaurants seeing red: James McLeod



‘When your delivery partners are taking 25 per cent for the service they offer, it’s really hard to make money’

‘Barely treading water’: Delivery apps’ high fees have restaurants seeing red: James McLeod



While some apps are currently offering free service, one restaurateur describes the relationship as 'a necessary evil'

How a simple flowchart can increase your efficiency and efficacy while working remote: Postmedia Network



While you're on your own when it comes to doing your dishes, you can get some outside help for de-cluttering all the notes scattered across your desk.

Netflix adds almost 16 million subscribers in first quarter, crushing estimates: Bloomberg News



Netflix cements its role as the rare company to benefit from the global health crisis

After oil rout, another key petroleum product could see demand evaporate: Geoffrey Morgan



Economists are concerned about falling demand for diesel as historically the fuel has been tied closely to economic activity

Shockproofing Canada: Inside Canada Goose’s pivot from parkas to medical gowns: Larysa Harapyn



Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss speaks about how the company pivoted to making medical gear to help Canada amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Canadian consumers are shifting online in a big way in the pandemic, poll finds: Victor Ferreira



One consumer habit that has not seen the expected increase is takeout and delivery, which has actually dropped

Seven money-saving ideas that Canadians are discovering during COVID-19 quarantine: Leigh Taveroff



Just as COVID-19 lockdowns have limited the activities of many Canadians under quarantine, they’ve also provided us with the time to explore surprising ways in which we can save money, now and on the other side of the pandemic. Here are seven ways that we’ve …

Eight tax deductions you can use now for your home-based business: Leigh Taveroff



Help reduce the taxable income you’re earning at home

Biggest oil ETF could go ‘lights out,’ warns Wall Street strategist: Bloomberg News



A relatively plain-vanilla fund that offers investors exposure to fluctuations in crude prices might be worth less than nothing

Just a ‘sniffle’: Brazil — once an emerging powerhouse — reels under populist president dismissive of the virus: Financial Times



Brazil has a dysfunctional federal government, with an ideologically-charged president openly opposing the strategy for fighting the disease

Lord & Taylor explores bankruptcy after being forced to temporarily close all its stores: Reuters



Fashion rental service start-up Le Tote acquired Lord & Taylor last year from Hudson's Bay Company for $100 million

Starbucks brings Beyond Meat, oat milk to China with new plant-based lunch menu: Reuters



The new lunch menu will feature pastas and lasagna made with Beyond Meat's plant-based alternative beef products

Death and taxes: Estate settlement can cost money, time and relationships: Jason Heath



Jason Heath: A properly crafted estate plan should envision the financial and family implications that can draw out for years to come

Lululemon apologizes after employee offends by promoting ‘bat fried rice’ T-shirt: Reuters



The T-shirt showing a Chinese takeout box with bat wings riled critics who said it trying to stir anti-Asian sentiment during the coronavirus pandemic

How to protect your assets: Don’t make paper losses real by selling in a bear market: Larysa Harapyn



Jason Heath talks about how to protect your portfolio amid market volatility

Make the most out of working from home with this remote project management toolkit: Postmedia Network



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Why it’s naive to send unemployed Canadians to work on labour-strapped farms: Jake Edmiston



Flooding farms with inexperienced workers could slow down harvests, increase labour costs, and lower the quality and market value of crops

‘Longer U-shaped recovery’: Economists say Canada could face deeper downturn, slower rebound than U.S. because of high household debt and oil dependency: Gabriel Friedman



Return to pre-coronavirus GDP levels not likely until at best 2021, but more likely 2022



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