Toronto Is Now The World’S Second Most Overvalued Property Market: Ubs


‘Techlash’ gains traction on campaign trail, and it goes way beyond a ‘Netflix tax’: James McLeod



Party leaders brave streaming giants' displeasure in bid to get 'fair share' from their revenues

Toronto is now the world’s second most overvalued property market: UBS: Colin McClelland



Vancouver is sixth, according to UBS

Elon Musk unveils ‘holy grail of space,’ a new Mars rocket prototype expected to fly in months: Reuters



The rocket's first orbital flight could come in the next six months, followed by missions to space with humans aboard the next year

Washington has no plans to stop Chinese companies from listing on U.S. exchanges at this time: Bloomberg News



China says decoupling would harm financial markets and global growth

WeWork says it is filing to withdraw IPO: Reuters



Comes a week after founder Adam Neumann removed from the helm

Prem Watsa’s ‘mindboggling’ explanation of forestry takeover prompts judge to award shareholders millions: Bloomberg News



Testimony by Watsa was so problematic, judge awarded some Fibrek shareholders $13.5 million

Liberals promises new spending and four more years of deficits, each above $20 billion: Bloomberg News



That’s despite new revenues including 3% tax on digital giants and luxury tax on $100,000 plus cars and boats

Gimme shelter: Breaking down the housing promises on the campaign trail: Haider-Moranis Bulletin



Haider-Moranis Bulletin: All three major parties are addressing housing affordability issues in efforts to target young voters

Liberal promises will lead to four more years of deficits, each above $20 billion: Bloomberg News



That’s despite new revenues including 3% tax on digital giants and luxury tax on $100,000 plus cars and boats

Liberals promises new spending and four more years of deficits, each above $20 billion: Bloomberg News



That’s despite new revenues including 3% tax on digital giants and luxury tax on $100,000 plus cars and boats

Liberals promises new spending and four more years of deficits, each above $20 billion: Bloomberg News



That’s despite new revenues including 3% tax on digital giants and luxury tax on $100,000 plus cars and boats

More than a third of Canadians have no retirement savings, half live paycheque to paycheque, poll finds: Colin McClelland



A third of people can’t afford to pay off their credit card

Forever 21 closing its 44 stores in Canada as it joins long list of brick-and-mortar retailers to file for bankruptcy: Reuters



Since 2017, more than 20 U.S. retailers including Sears and Toys ‘R’ Us have filed for bankruptcy

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Liberal promises would lead to four more years of deficits, each of them above $20 billion: Reuters



OTTAWA — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is promising billions of dollars in new spending initiatives if re-elected next month, but said on Sunday those commitments would require annual deficits of more than $20 billion over the next fo…

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Elon Musk unveils new Mars rocket prototype, expects missions in months - Financial Post:



Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has unveiled the latest iteration of his space company’s newly assembled Starship, outlining a speedy development timeline for the centerpiece vehicle of Sp…

Energy regulator shocks industry by blocking Enbridge’s ‘open season’ process: Geoffrey Morgan



The decisions will cause significant changes to the day-to-day operations of the energy sector

For the McCain empire, built on potatoes, climate change is serious business: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: World's largest french fry maker to spend undisclosed amount of money on green, industrial-scale farms

Bank of Montreal pays $38 million to settle SEC charges it hid conflicts: Reuters



Failed to tell clients their money was often being invested in expensive, in-house funds

Forever 21 at an impasse over restructuring deal with landlords ahead of bankruptcy: Bloomberg News



Deal would give its two largest landlords, one being Brookfield, a stake in the company, sources said

A bad year to go public: Why Wall Street skeptics are suddenly poking at the startup bubble: The New York Times



The verdict from the stock market is that the private investment binge has gone too far



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