The Future Bank Of Canada Governor Will Need A Unique Combination Of Skills

The future Bank of Canada governor will need a unique combination of skills: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: The new boss should continue talking to business, but also be open-minded about changing the bank's status quo

Canada just had its worst month for job losses in a decade — So just how bad was it?: Victor Ferreira

We dug into the numbers and asked some of the country's top economists whether this is a blip, or a sign of something more ominous

JBS plan for U.S. IPO includes redomiciling -source - Financial Post:

SAO PAULO — Meatpacker JBS SA’s plans for an initial public offering in the United States include redomiciling of its headquarters, one source with knowledge of the matter said on Frida…

New York investor files suit against Hudson’s Bay Co and chairman Richard Baker over takeover deal: Bloomberg News

Ortelius Advisor alleges value of shares was suppressed to help bid to take company private

Make sure your charity of choice has charitable status before making a donation: Jamie Golombek

Jamie Golombek: That status is important if you want to be able to claim credits, worth up to 50 per cent of your donation, on your tax return

U.S. recorded 15 cases of measles over the past month - Regina Leader-Post:

U.S. recorded 15 cases of measles over the past month Regina Leader-Post 'We're backsliding': Surge in measles cases reported globally WHO decries 'collective failure' as measles kills 140,000 Yahoo News Canada Measles Killed More Than 140,000 People i…

Alberta couple laid off in their late 50s faces 31% collapse in property value: Andrew Allentuck

Their situation is grim but not hopeless

3M exploring $1 bln sale of drug delivery systems unit - Bloomberg - Ottawa Citizen:

Industrial conglomerate 3M Co is exploring a sale of its drug delivery systems unit, which could fetch around $1 billion, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.Th…

Who will be the next Bank of Canada governor? Here are six possibles: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: The favourite, the outsider, the hot shot, the dark horse and more

‘A creature of his time:’ How Stephen Poloz went from folksy obscurity to a steady hand at Canada’s central bank: Jesse Snyder

Stephen Poloz was outspoken about rising consumer debt levels across Canada, often expressing his worries over a heated housing market. But debt has risen under his watch

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz to step down June 2020: Reuters

The board has begun a search to select the next Governor of the Bank

Tamoxifen scarcity highlights the surprising, seldom-discussed, reasons behind drug shortages in Canada: Tom Blackwell

Close to 2,000 drugs are currently listed on Health Canada’s site as being in shortage, a problem that has also afflicted children with leukemia and Parkinson’s sufferers

Canada loses 71,200 jobs in the biggest drop in employment in a decade: Bloomberg News

Unemployment rate jumps the most since 2009 to 5.9%

Lower profits, higher loan-loss provisions could be ‘new normal’ for Canada’s big banks: Geoff Zochodne

Preparing for rainy days ahead for the economy

OSC to proceed with hearing on HBC deal despite Baker group objections: Jake Edmiston

HBC argues Catalyst's application has no standing at the hearing

Yes, you can still romance your coworker — but it may not be the best career move: Howard Levitt

Howard Levitt: Employers do not wish to promote someone to be in a superior position to their partner since that leads to potential harassment allegations

Five reasons why raising the capital gains inclusion rate could be devastating for the economy: Peter Hodson

Peter Hudson: We are breaking our rule on politics because this would be bad on so many levels

Saudi Aramco raises $25.6 billion in world’s biggest IPO: Bloomberg News

Saudi Aramco set the final price for its shares at the top end of the range, valuing the state-owned oil giant at US$1.7 trillion

How a luxury art fair in New York ended up brightening Canada’s trade picture: Bloomberg News

A shipment of paintings and sculptures potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars helped drive an increase in exports in October

Quebec’s controversial immigration reforms are having a chilling effect on its booming tech sector: The Logic

The nationalist Coalition Avenir Québec has introduced measures that many say have hamstrung sector’s ability to attract the best and brightest

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