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Canada’s central bank governor, Tiff Macklem, says it will be a “long slog” to recovery as some jobs disappear for good. In light of that, he has committed to keeping interest rates at low levels until inflation climbs back to between two and three per cent.
E-commerce firm Shopify Inc, beat Wall Street estimates for third-quarter revenue on Thursday, as more brick-and-mortar businesses listed on its platform to tap the pandemic-driven surge in online shopping.
The future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is once again being called into question — this time by a new report that argues the mix of competing pipelines, changes in energy demand and shifts in international prices could wreak havoc on the project's business case.
Saskatoon businesswoman Heather Abbey won $21,500 US on Wheel of Fortune. Now people want her to pay her debts
Controversial Saskatoon businesswoman Heather Abbey won $21,500 US on Wheel of Fortune Tuesday night. Now, Indigenous artists who say she owes them money from a failed trade mission to Japan want her to refund their money.
Canadian entrepreneur launching T. Kettle tea chain from the ashes of 45 shuttered DavidsTea locations
A Canadian entrepreneur with a track record of retail turnarounds is launching a chain of 45 tea shops across the U.S. and Canada, out of recently closed DavidsTea locations.