Women earn about 68 cents for every dollar made by their male counterparts.
HSBC offers corporate customers iPhone facial recognition.
Navigator survey finds nearly 40% of Canadians polled say there is some or a lot of sexual harassment in their workplace.
Top-earning women still paid less than men, numbers in top roles have shrunk compared to five years ago.
…to restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the US.
Morneau all but ruled out specific measures that respond to the US direction on tax reform.
Clear warning signs yet Ottawa and many of the provinces have done nothing to respond.
Canada, despite its size, is well positioned to be a legitimate global data player.
Bank of Canada warns NAFTA uncertainty and the tax reforms would encourage firms to divert investment to the US.
Too many leaders keeping quiet to avoid highlighting their status as non-American entities.
Will work towards resolving conflicts between local communities and Canadian companies.
Manufacturing profits up 11.2% from the second quarter to $14.4 billion.
Confident in the Canadian economy and in the prospects for their own sectors.
High degree of potential M&A activity runs parallel to rising expectations over the state of the world economy.
New data for 2015 shows $40 billion went to 10 countries for their tax advantages.