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Postmedia posts first-quarter net earnings of $52.8 million amid pandemic headwinds: Financial Post Staff

Postmedia Network Canada Corp. continued to feel the effects of the coronavirus pandemic in its fiscal first quarter, but nonetheless posted net earnings of $52.8 million for the three months ended Nov. 30, 2020, up from a loss of $3 million in the same perio…

Weak loonie vital for Canadian trade rebound: Victoria Wells

CIBC Capital Markets Chief Economist Avery Shenfeld speaks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about what a weak loonie will mean for Canada’s trade economy.

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    David Rosenberg: Why comparisons between bitcoin and gold are absurd: David Rosenberg

    By David Rosenberg and Ellen Cooper

    It has to be stressed that in the midst of the market mania in which we find ourselves, the cult-like fervour behind cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin has become untethered.

    Bitcoin has indeed proven …

    Posthaste: A quarter of Canadian workers consider quitting their jobs as stress levels shoot up: Yadullah Hussain

    Good morning!
    As Ontario joins Quebec in imposing stricter lockdowns, many Canadians may be feeling the walls are closing in around them.
    Even before the latest wave of the awful virus, we were getting more stressed about our job prospects, not taking vac…

    Finance minister warned about indebted Canadians' increasing vulnerability to higher interest rates before the pandemic: Geoff Zochodne

    The federal government was warned before the coronavirus pandemic that indebted Canadians could be increasingly vulnerable to higher interest rates, a risk that has been watered down by COVID-19-related monetary easing, but that could re-emerge if borrowing c…

    Outlook for the economy brighter than many think: CIBC's Royce Mendes — podcast: Gabriel Friedman

    It’s 2021, a new year, a chance to turn the page and to look forward.

    With vaccines for the COVID-19 virus already being distributed, economists have started to think about a post-pandemic recovery.

    This week’ episode of Down to Busine…

    Norwegian oil company to quit Alberta, focus on offshore activities in Atlantic Canada: Geoffrey Morgan

    CALGARY – Norway’s Equinor ASA is decamping from Calgary and moving staff across the country to St. John’s as the company is no longer interested in Western Canada’s oil and gas opportunities and will focus on offshore projects in Atlantic Canada.

    Postmedia chair Paul Godfrey appointed to board of gaming company: Financial Post Staff

    Toronto-based Bragg Gaming Group has appointed Paul Godfrey, founder and chairman of Postmedia Network Canada Corp., to its board of directors.

    Bragg owns ORYX gaming, an online gambling platform and managed services provider. The company is trade…

    Low inflation skeptics are right, just not as right as they think they are: Kevin Carmichael

    Inflation is probably running a little hotter than the official estimate suggests, but not by so much that the Bank of Canada will be forced to rethink its plan to leave the benchmark interest rate unchanged until 2023.

    Statistics Canada on Jan. 1…

    Long road ahead before economy gets back to normal, Conference Board of Canada economist warns: Larysa Harapyn

    Pedro Antunes, Chief Economist at The Conference Board of Canada, speaks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the long road ahead to get the Canadian economy back to pre-COVID levels.

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      Why the court is blocking an Alberta man's request for a quick divorce so he can remarry: Special to Financial Post

      The Divorce Act allows a divorce to proceed once certain criteria have been met, one of which is that the couple must have been separated for at least one year. A divorce is, however, just one of the claims made in family litigation. Other corollary relief in…

      Sarnia fears thousands of job losses if Michigan blocks Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline: Geoffrey Morgan

      CALGARY – Ontario politicians are increasingly alarmed at the prospect of thousands of job losses in the coming months and fuel shortages in the province if Michigan succeeds in shutting down Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 pipeline.

      The mayor of Sarnia, a…

      There's a new bubble building out there that could blow up portfolios — especially for those late to the party: Martin Pelletier

      As we enter 2021, media pundits are keen to inform us that global markets are all setting new all-time highs in spite of the political instability in the U.S. and the slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines. Looking ahead, we are very concerned that global quantita…

      Offices struggle for relevancy as workers get comfortable at home...: Yadullah Hussain

      Offices struggle for relevancy as workers get comfortable at home...

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