The Bank Of Canada Is Working On A New $5 Bill And It Wants Your Input On Who Should Be On It


TMX CEO Lou Eccleston to retire early; board says found no evidence of sexual harassment: Financial Post Staff



TMX said chief financial officer John McKenzie will take on the duties of interim chief executive officer, as the board searches for a new CEO

Ontario Teachers’, National made payments to German authorities after Maple Bank tax allegations: Geoff Zochodne



Not suspected of wrongdoing by German prosecutors, Canadian entities say

U.S.-China pact signals global trade progress, but Poloz says it’s uncertain if Canada will benefit: Bloomberg News



Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said losses from the trade conflict are likely to be permanent even if growth picks up

Despite utter confusion in Washington, markets can still prevail: U.S. analyst: Larysa Harapyn



Greg Valliere, chief U.S. policy strategist at AGF Investments, talks about the implications the U.S.-Iran crisis will have on markets, oil and the impeachment

The Bank of Canada is working on a new $5 bill and it wants your input on who should be on it: The Canadian Press



Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Canada's first francophone prime minister, is currently featured on the $5 note

Taco Bell is so desperate for workers it’s offering $100,000 salaries: Bloomberg News



Amid an increasingly tough U.S. labour market, the company is betting a higher salary will help it attract workers and keep them on the team

RCMP launches criminal investigation after ‘traps’ and ‘fuel-soaked rags’ found on road leading to Coastal GasLink project: Geoffrey Morgan



Officers also found dozens of trees that had been felled and others that were partially cut, which the RCMP said created a dangerous hazard

Wall Street, TSX surge to fresh records on trade optimism and tech bounce: Reuters



After a wobbly start to the new year on fears of an all-out conflict in the Middle East, nerves eased

Bed Bath & Beyond sinks as things go ‘from bad to worse’: Bloomberg News



One analyst called the earnings report 'the worst we can remember since the Great Recession'

Microsoft pushes its cloud services to retailers anxious to avoid working with their rival Amazon: Bloomberg News



Ikea is one of the retailers that has shifted over to Microsoft

Oil losing its geopolitical lustre as markets shrug off Iran conflict: Joe Chidley



U.S. oil consumption is about where it was 15 years ago, but U.S. GDP has grown by more than 60 per cent

The future of sports: Laid-back mascots, rap music and watching others play video games: James McLeod



Or, how to built a brand for an esports team that keeps it fun while tapping into the US$1.1 billion market

From trade war to actual war: How investors should play market volatility in 2020 — and beyond: Larysa Harapyn



Chris Kerlow, portfolio manager at Richardson GMP, talks about the impact tensions in Iran and around the world will have on markets

Five things to know about the Boeing 737-800 aircraft involved in Tehran crash - Ottawa Citizen:



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Apple’s app sales hit record $1.4 billion in the final days of 2019: Bloomberg News



Apple also said App Store spending on the first day of 2020 reached US$386 million, a single-day record and a 20 per cent increase from last year

Alberta risks ‘double jeopardy’ if it exits Canada Pension Plan, leading expert warns: Victor Ferreira



Provincial plan could burden future generations with falling contributions and declining assets

Northleaf Capital Partners is buying liquid storage facility in Belgium: Barbara Shecter



First liquid bulk storage investment in continental Europe

Saddled with huge levels of debt, Canadians remain fearful a recession is looming: Bloomberg News



While economists are forecasting modest growth, Canadians are slowing their spending in preparation for a potential hit

CIBC boosts mortgage sales force after growth faltered last year: Bloomberg News



CIBC taking a more 'diversified' approach to originating mortgages rather than focusing on the greater Toronto and Vancouver areas, CEO says

Justin Trudeau, Chrystia Freeland to skip Davos this year: The Logic



Canada will instead be represented by Finance Minister Bill Morneau, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains and International Trade Minister Mary Ng



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