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OREA calls on federal finance committee to relax mortgage rules
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Ontario government writes off $445-million Chrysler loan from the financial crisis
MARTIN PELLETIER: How low interest rates and big tech make value investing a nightmare
One of my roles as a chief investment officer for family offices and institutional clients is to review outside managers and to ensure they are delivering on expectations. Surprisingly, despite today’s strong equity market, we’ve noticed ...
'I don’t expect Barrick to get paid': $5.83-billion arbitration win in Pakistan leaves unanswered questions
The World Bank’s International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes has ordered the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to pay US$5.83 billion to a Barrick Gold Corp. joint venture subsidiary for blocking a mining project nearly a decade ...
Desjardins expands protection plan for members after data breach
Mouvement Desjardins is expanding a protection plan for personal and business customers in the wake of the data leak that compromised the personal information of more than 2.9 million members. All Desjardins caisse members are now automatically ...
Canadian housing enters a new 'boring' era amid modest gains in sales
New home sales in Canada edged up 0.3 per cent in June from the previous month, with gains in the Greater Toronto Area and Montreal offsetting declines in B.C. The incremental gains mark a new period of stability for housing sales after a ...
OSC complaint, class-action lawsuits could add to CannTrust's woes
The enforcement team of the Ontario Securities Commission is reviewing a complaint filed against CannTrust Holdings Inc., the Financial Post has learned. The complaint, filed last week in response to Health Canada’s finding that the company ...
Estate of Deciem mogul Brandon Truaxe in court to recover millions he paid for luxury jet
Lawyers for the estate of the late Deciem cosmetics mogul Brandon Truaxe, who died after falling 26 floors from his Toronto condo in January after an erratic year that saw him forced out of the company he built into an international phenomenon, are ...
SCOTT HANNAH: Tempted to try a loan to repair your credit? Spoiler alert: save your cash
Q: We’ve been wanting to buy a home for a while but when we applied for a mortgage, we were told that our credit isn’t that great. Our lender suggested that we work on improving our credit score and reapply in a year or two. Mortgage ...
Secret Montreal lab makes used plastic new again
BY KRIS ABEL A secret Montreal laboratory has developed a breakthrough technology that may help save the planet – and keep your local taxes low at the same time. While you dutifully separate household waste into a rainbow of colorful ...
How the Boeing 737 Max groundings made Swoop's operational problems even worse
WestJet Airlines Ltd.’s ultra-low-cost carrier Swoop only has seven planes in service, so it’s no wonder passenger complaints ensued after unscheduled maintenance forced the budget brand to simultaneously ground two of its jets and cancel ...
Celebrating a century: Cohen’s marks 100 years in business in Newfoundland and Labrador
Simon Cohen opened a general store in Grand Falls Station (which later became the Town of Windsor) in 1919 along with his son, Charles. It became the first Cohen’s store. American Gents Furnishing Store and S. Cohen’s & Sons. ...