Jessica Yaniv Case Shows That Human Rights Tribunals Can Undermine Those They Should Serve


Five ways investing differs from gambling, despite what my son tells his friends: Peter Hodson



Peter Hodson: Unlike gambling, the odds are actually in your favour

Bombardier to burn through $500 million in cash this year amid efforts to get rail division back on track: Emily Jackson



Chief financial officer John Di Bert said Bombardier said he expects this is a “low point” and that the outlook will get better

Curtailments boost Canadian Natural’s profit, but company still wants Alberta to scrap production limits: Geoffrey Morgan



Canadian Natural president Tim McKay warned that the curtailment order could affect oil companies’ budgets for 2020

Jessica Yaniv case shows that human rights tribunals can undermine those they should serve: Howard Levitt



Howard Levitt: Human rights law in Canada today is a mockery of what was intended when the legislation was passed

When an employer says something is confidential, take it seriously: Howard Levitt



If a breach is proved, the employee may be liable for hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages

SNC-Lavalin interim chief says he is ‘best placed’ to lead the company amid underwhelming results: Gabriel Friedman



Missteps have contributed to a 57 per cent stock slide from the start of the year

Stocks sink and oil tanks after Trump says U.S. will hit $300 billion worth of Chinese goods with 10% tariff: Bloomberg News



Here we go again

Why a second Fed interest rate cut could force Bank of Canada’s hand: Kevin Carmichael



Geoff Zochodne talks to FP columnist Kevin Carmichael about the Fed’s first rate hike in a decade and where it goes from here

Crackdown on big tech rivals could be ‘tremendous’ opportunity for Shopify, analyst says: James McLeod



Tech company aims to use data to help small business

BCE credits low-cost Lucky brand, Raptors’ win and Game of Thrones for best quarter since 2001: Financial Post Staff



Bell drew drawing record-breaking audiences for the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship

The Fed’s weird rate cut might be the first sign that Japan’s deflationary nightmare is spreading: Joe Chidley



Joe Chidley: If so, America might find that disinflation is a lot easier to fret about than to conquer

Oilpatch divided over ‘alarming’ new contracts on Canada’s largest pipeline system: Geoffrey Morgan



Enbridge plans to lock in 90% of space on the pipelines that carry 70% of Canada's oil out of the country

TC Energy profit beats on increased Keystone volumes: Reuters



Profits rose on increased demand for natural gas and oil pipelines in the United States

Shopify quarterly loss widens amid investment push to attract merchants: Reuters



The company also launched its fulfillment network in June, and said it plans on spending over a billion dollars to build and operate the network

Bombardier posts quarterly loss as rail division struggles: Reuters



Bombardier had faced a cash crunch in 2015 after investing heavily to bring two new planes to market

SNC-Lavalin cuts dividend as its reports quarterly loss on $1.7B charge: Reuters



The quarterly dividend is cut to $0.02 per share from $0.10 per share to deleverage and strengthen the balance sheet

‘Alarming’: Oilpatch divided over new contracts on Canada’s largest pipeline system: Geoffrey Morgan



Enbridge, which is to release its second-quarter results Friday, is proposing to make a major change to the system

We have two economic choices this fall: Stockpile fiscal firepower for the next recession or lower daycare costs: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: It’s worth considering if now is the time to take advantage of unusually low interest rates and build something for the long term

Will Capital One be held accountable for data breach? In Canada, probably not: James McLeod



Our 'toothless' enforcement system is unlikely to levy any large penalties. Rather, individuals will have to fight through civil suits

New rules for big Canadian internet providers aim to reduce customer bill shock - Financial Post:



New rules for big Canadian internet providers aim to reduce customer bill shock Financial Post Canada's largest internet providers will have to warn customers when they're close to reaching their data limits and provide them with clearer contract... View full…



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