With Decision Expected Soon, Indigenous Communities Divided Over Teck Oilsands Project


With decision expected soon, Indigenous communities divided over Teck oilsands project: Geoffrey Morgan



The $20-billion Frontier mine has the First Nations group that support it calling for respect from those opposed

BMO launching new suite of ESG ETFS, and some big-name companies didn’t make the cut: Victor Ferreira



Royal Bank of Canada, BCE Inc., Manulife Financial Corp. and Air Canada failed to make it into the BMO MSCI Canada ESG Leaders Index ETF

Golf Town swinging back against industry headwinds: Special to Financial Post



'We are planning that the next three years will be about e-commerce' says president Chad McKinnon

Quebec’s Dutil family buys back steelmaker Canam Group from U.S. private equity firm: Colin McClelland



The Dutil family’s Placements CMI joined with Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and the Fonds de solidarité FTQ for the purchase

Punishing Iran economically right now will not advance Canada’s interest: Bessma Momani: Larysa Harapyn



Middle East politics expert Bessma Momani on the balancing act Canada faces in the aftermath of the Flight 752 tragedy in Iran

Talk about Blue Monday: Canadians haven’t been this pessimistic about debt in two years as ’hopelessness’ builds: Financial Post Staff



Almost half polled for MNP Consumer Debt Index say they aren’t confident they will be able to cover their expenses this year without going further into debt

Head of Canada’s biggest pension fund warns on rush to illiquid assets: Bloomberg News



Mark Machin said the huge shift of assets from public to private markets could trigger steeper selloffs and exacerbate a crisis

Thinking of moving to the U.S.? These are the tax and investments issues you should consider first: Martin Pelletier



Martin Pelletier: Retirement savings, life insurance, investment trading restrictions are just a few of the things to address to avoid unwelcome and costly surprises

IMF trims global economic outlook but softens risk warnings: Bloomberg News



While risks have eased, the IMF was clear that that there's still plenty to worry about

Court to determine if accusation against Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou also crime in Canada as extradition hearing opens: The Canadian Press



If legal test is not been met, Meng will be free to leave the country

Planes, trains and autos eclipse miners in the fabric of Canada’s equity market: Bloomberg News



The $300-billion industrials group has become the third-most valuable collection of companies, behind banks and energy

World’s richest 2,000 people hold more than poorest 4.6 billion combined, says Oxfam report: Reuters



Unpaid or underpaid work by women and girls adds three times more to the global economy each year than the technology industry

Remember Peak Oil? Well, brace yourself for Peak Decade: Bloomberg News



Strategists warning investors to brace for tipping point for key drivers of the world economy

Car sales may be slumping, but policy could give electric vehicles and the auto industry a charge: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: If governments want to get more electric vehicles on the road, they will have to keep the incentives coming

White House considering changes to law banning U.S. companies from paying bribes overseas: Bloomberg News



'It's just so unfair that American companies aren't allowed to pay bribes to get business overseas,' President Trump said in a forthcoming book

Facebook foes sue to force Mark Zuckerberg to sell his majority stake: Bloomberg News



Four potential competitors describe Facebook as 'one of the largest unlawful monopolies ever seen in the United States'

Boaz Manor, business partner indicted on fraud charges in U.S. over blockchain venture: Barbara Shecter



Canadian fund manager served jail time following collapse of Portus Alternative Asset Management

This couple is grappling with a late-career layoff, but their retirement is more secure than they think: Andrew Allentuck



They have $1.47 million in financial assets, spend modestly and have zero debt — plus they're expecting a $170,000 inheritance

Bombardier could fetch triple its current valuation if sold, CIBC analyst says: Victor Ferreira



'Despite the issues that have plagued the company, it remains a market leader in passenger rail and in business jets'

Bombardier’s outlook cut to negative from stable by three credit rating agencies: Reuters



Cuts come after Bombardier lowered its 2019 profit and cash flow outlook



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