Bombardier starts gradual resumption of manufacturing, reports Q1 loss
Expects business activity to hit a low point in Q2, before gradually recovering in the second half of the year.
Actions Canadian business leaders should consider to manage COVID-19
Look at reduced demand for exports, supply chain disruptions, adverse domestic spending and financial liquidity constraints.
Ski Doo maker BRP suspends dividend to preserve flexibility
Comes as the company reported a Q4 profit of $118.4 million.
Acting UAW head to clean up corruption found by feds
Promising financial controls in place to stop the bribery and embezzlement.
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Desjardins launches $45M fintech fund as competition heightens
Investments aim for improving client experience by accelerating digital transformation.
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Key factors: real-time delivery of low-value payments and a data-messaging standard.
World shares mixed as traders ready for more US tariffs
Financial turmoil as rising interest rates and trade disputes rattle investors.
Magna beats Q1 profit expectations, raises guidance for the year
Revenue of $10.8 billion is up from $8.9 billion in the same quarter last year.
Canadian household debt hits $1.8T as report warns of domestic risk
Average amount of personal debt increased 3.3% to $22,837 per person, not including mortgages.
Bank of Canada holds rate, but signals hikes are on the horizon
Exports have slipped more than expected in recent months, but trade growth to pick with rising foreign demand.
Central bank warns of cyber attack vulnerabilities in financial sector
Report urges banks to co-operate on countering the threats that are not going away any time soon.
Ex-bankers share allegations of shady bank sales practices with MPs
Claim workers pressured to sell unnecessary products to meet sales goals.
Most companies missing on metrics to boost employee performance
CFERF/ADP study points to struggle measuring output leading to productivity deficit.
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China, Canada face similar pension challenges: CEO of CPP
Each country will have only about 2-1/2 working-age people per retired person by 2046.
Big banks more open to making loans to oil and gas industry
Oilfield activity is rising but the industry is still a long way away from healthy: ATB
Bombardier to repay $372.5M in federal loans over 15 years
Interest-free loan supports Global 7000 business jet and CSeries passenger aircraft projects.
BDC creates $135M venture fund for clean tech startups
ICE Venture Fund II is a follow-on to the original fund, which invested in 18 firms.
Report links four Canadian companies to cluster munitions
Financial institutions invested $56 million in weapon banned by UN.
Baby boomers to inherit $750B in the next 10 years: CIBC
Looming bequests to impact economy, housing market and exacerbate wealth inequality.
Stop paying government workers to retire early
Hidden “bridge benefit” perk amounts to an extra $8,000 per retiree annually.
Maple Leaf Foods to invest in bacon plant in Winnipeg
Ends 2015 with a profit following streamlining efforts.
More Canadians looking at investing outside of the country
41% investing for retirement will invest mainly outside Canada, 15% in emerging markets.
Be prepared for next financial crisis, warns C.D. Howe
Bank of Canada should establish new permanent liquidity pools to be instantly available.
Plunging loonie a boon for startups seeking capital
Collect revenue in US dollars but pay expenses in Canadian.
WTO cuts trade forecast for in 2015
This year it’s 0.5%; global trade to rise 2.8%.
News of balanced budget buoys Harper
Economy takes election centre stage with new hard numbers.
Growth tops priorities for mid-sized firms
Amex survey finds most businesses to increase hiring this year.