A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
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Bank of Canada drops mortgage stress test rate for first time since 2016
OREA calls on federal finance committee to relax mortgage rules
HAIDER-MORANIS: Slowest lending growth in 25 years reveals the true impact of mortgage stress tests
Mortgage brokers and lenders have argued that the tightening of mortgage regulations in January 2018 adversely impacted the growth of mortgage lending in Canada. A report released Tuesday by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation confirmed ...
Ontario government writes off $445-million Chrysler loan from the financial crisis
A $445-million loan made to automaker Chrysler during the financial crisis has been written off by the Ontario government because it can’t legally recover the debt, the province’s ministry of finance said on Tuesday. The move was ...
Alternative lenders gain ground as mortgage originations slow: CMHC
Alternative mortgage lenders saw more business in 2018 even though overall mortgage originations declined, leading to the slowest year-over-year growth rate of outstanding mortgages in 25 years, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing ...
Innovation Energy: Canada leads the way in carbon capture as more governments put a price on CO2
David Keith was a professor at the University of Calgary when he started putting some serious effort into devising a way to capture carbon dioxide from the air to combat climate change. “I had some time on my hands, so I thought why ...
Spain's Banco Santander eyeing Canadian banking licence as more European lenders cross the pond
An Alberta-based subsidiary of Spanish lender Banco Santander SA is seeking to obtain a Canadian banking licence after more than 20 years of helping finance consumer car purchases. Carfinco Financial Group Inc. plans to file an application for a ...
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 ...