An Aging Canada Can'T Afford To Have Women Out Of The Labour Force

2개월 전

Why learning accounting and finance will bolster your finances and career: StackCommerce

This article was created by StackCommerce. While Postmedia may collect a commission on sales through the links on this page, we are not being paid by the brands mentioned.

Learning new skills isn’t just good for landing LinkedIn endorsements—learn…

An aging Canada can't afford to have women out of the labour force: Kevin Carmichael

The thinking class has the COVID-19 crisis surrounded.

A full recovery will require a vaccine, which probably won’t be widely available until 2021 at the earliest.

In the meantime, the debate about potential shortcuts has been settled:…

A familiar face will be joining Rosenberg Research: Barbara Shecter

A familiar face will be joining economist David Rosenberg as he continues to grow Rosenberg Research & Associates Inc., the new economic research and strategy venture he launched after leaving Gluskin Sheff late last year.

Brendan Livingstone, a f…

Suppliers ‘absolutely furious’ at Walmart Canada plan to recoup investment through new fees: Financial Post Staff

Walmart Canada will start charging a set of new fees to its suppliers as a way to recover some of the costs associated with its $3.5-billion modernization plan — a move that has some manufacturers “absolutely furious,” according to an industry rep.

Women face dim back-to-work prospects amid lack of childcare, stalling Canada’s economic recovery: Gabriel Friedman

Even though her office closed months ago, Natalie Lauzon still makes the 30-minute drive, often twice a day, from her Vancouver home to the area where she used to work her dream job as a research scientist and intellectual property manager for a green tech co…

Beyond Tesla: Some new ideas on tech stocks: Larysa Harapyn

Greg Taylor, Chief Investment Officer for Purpose Investments, speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about some new tech stock ideas beyond Tesla.

Losing offshore tax case against Loblaw has put more than $1 billion in revenue at risk, Ottawa says: Geoff Zochodne

The federal government wants the Supreme Court of Canada to weigh in on an appeal-court decision that it says risks more than $1 billion in revenue and that it claims would deal a blow to efforts to curb offshore tax avoidance.

Department of Justi…

Howard Levitt: Note to companies and their staff — COVID-19 has not changed employment law: Howard Levitt

Every month, for more years than I am prepared to confess, I have been editor-in-chief of the Dismissal and Employment Law Digest, covering all new employment law cases from across the country.

This month, a few cases stood out as relevant to emer…

Tax traps lurk for woman who wants to unload $2.3 million in real estate to retire on: Andrew Allentuck

A woman we’ll call Margie, 61, lives in B.C. Her only child is grown and gone. A real estate agent and property manager, she has focused her savings and investments on rentals. She has a $780,000 home, $2,289,000 in four rental units and financial assets of …

Tax judge upholds gross negligence penalties for woman who claimed casino dinners as business expenses: Jamie Golombek

One of the most alluring benefits of being self-employed is the ability to write off a variety of business expenses for tax purposes. But if you push the envelope of expense deductibility, either by claiming questionable expenses with little business purpose …

These five misconceptions can get investors into big trouble: Peter Hodson

As much as I like investing, and finding great companies to invest in or recommend, it is not easy. At times, it seems like decades of experience means nothing, and the exact opposite of what you expect to occur happens. This of course adds to the challenge. …

Oat-milk-latte habit may derail this millennial's plans for a six-month RV adventure to 'free my soul': Victor Ferreira

A 26-year-old Toronto woman we’ll call Janis just wants to hit the open road and leave everything else behind.

Before she turns 30, Janis, who earns $65,000 per year in a communications job, wants to get behind the wheel of an RV and spend six mon…

Posthaste: This snapshot of Toronto condo rental and sales shows the staggering impact of COVID-19: Pamela Heaven

Good Morning!

Deep in the glass and concrete condo forest of downtown Toronto there’s a shakeup going on.

A sharp drop-off in travel and tourism in Canada’s biggest city because of COVID-19 has walloped the market for short-term rental…

Pandemic pay, safety measures dent Loblaw's second-quarter earnings: Financial Post Staff

Loblaw Companies Ltd., the biggest network of supermarkets in Canada, said pandemic-related wage increases for front-line staff and a decline in pharmacy sales pushed down profits in its second quarter despite soaring demand for food during the coronavirus cr…

Oilsands producers pile on debt to survive the crash but eye tentative recovery: Geoffrey Morgan

CALGARY — Suncor Energy Inc. and Cenovus Energy Inc., two of Canada’s largest oilsands producers, have taken on billions of dollars of debt to weather the historic oil price collapse and COVID-19 pandemic this year but believe the outlook is beginning to impr…

Alberta powers up hydrogen sector with three small-scale projects as part of plan to reduce emissions: Geoffrey Morgan

CALGARY — Alberta took tentative steps in sourcing energy from hydrogen with a string of new small-scale projects this week to develop a market in the province for the nascent and alternative energy source.

The funding is part of a wider plan to r…

ConocoPhillips to buy stake in Kelt's liquids-rich Montney asset for $510 million: Financial Post Staff

CALGARY — Canada’s largely dormant merger and acquisitions segment this year perked up Wednesday with Kelt Exploration Ltd. selling a stake in its British Columbia assets for $510 million in cash to Houston-based ConocoPhillips.

The acquisition co…

Sobeys parent playing to win with next phase of e-commerce strategy: Victor Ferreira

Empire Company Ltd. may have just entered the e-commerce grocery space in Toronto one month ago, but it’s already planning an expansion that will give it the ability to reach 75 per cent of Canadian households in the next three years.

Empire, whic…

[news curation]@wakanda-forever

Posted using Partiko Android

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!