Media Group Disputes Facebook Canada Official'S Suggestion That Exiting News Markets An 'Appropriate' Option


Media group disputes Facebook Canada official's suggestion that exiting news markets an 'appropriate' option: Barbara Shecter



As Canadian legislation looms to level the playing field between news publishers and big tech platforms, the two sides continue to be divided over what value each brings to the other — even as multi-million-dollar agreements are forged to pay for news content…

Ontario relieved Ottawa fighting for Line 5, but fears pipeline could become politically toxic: Geoffrey Morgan



CALGARY — Faced with the pending shutdown of the Line 5 oil conduit that serves Ontario’s refineries, the energy minister of Canada’s most populous province said he is relieved to hear the federal government deems the pipeline “non-negotiable.”

“I…

Canadian businesses still worry about survival even as the pandemic's end draws closer: Geoff Zochodne



Canadian businesses are still wracked with uncertainty even as the end of the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly draws nearer, with consumer demand, cash flow and future survival among their biggest concerns.

Statistics Canada on Friday

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Howard Levitt: After a grim year, new set of workplace challenges await Canadians in post-COVID era: Howard Levitt



We are reaching a grim anniversary. The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11. Since then the Canadian economy has been wracked by shut downs and mass unemployment. Not only were millions of Canadians laid off without income, mill…

Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline 'very different' from Keystone XL and Canada will fight hard for it: O'Regan: The Canadian



Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline 'very different' from Keystone XL and Canada will fight hard for it: O'Reganfinancialpost.com

Will rising rates crush my portfolio and other questions nervous investors are asking right now: Peter Hodson



Our company, since inception in 2012, has now answered more than 124,000 customer investment questions. Once a year or so, we highlight some of the popular questions and concerns in this column. With stock markets suddenly not-so-friendly anymore, investors h…

What small business needs to succeed in 2021: Larysa Harapyn



Mike Bonner, head of Canadian business banking at BMO Financial Group, speaks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about what small business needs to get through the pandemic.


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