How we can climb out of the pandemic hole
Two manufacturing groups offer recommendations for action.
RBC drops We Charity sponsorship and donations amid political scandal
RBC backing away from the charity comes after Virgin Atlantic Airways has already suspended its sponsorship of the embattled organization
RBC signs long-term renewable energy Power Purchase Agreement
RBC becomes first Canadian bank to sign Power Purchase Agreement
Canada’s five big banks join anti-hate advertising boycott of Facebook [UPDATED]
Scotiabank, RBC, CIBC, BMO and TD have pledged to stop purchasing ads on the site for the month.
Canada’s economic recovery needs a small business rebound
RBC releases a five-point plan to help small business pivot to a post-pandemic economy.
COVID-19 crisis has transformed higher education: RBC
More than 2 million college and university students moved to on-line learning since March.
BDO launches manufacturing roadshow with Industry 4.0 focus in Toronto
The morning event detailed how manufacturers can leverage technology to beef up their operations.
Manufacturing Roadshow 2020: Don’t get left behind
Company owners and senior executives will learn how Industry 4.0 and digital transformation will help them to stay competitive.
Climate change, aging population major economic factors in 2020s
RBC report forecasts Canada will accelerate its transformation from natural resources to a services economy.
Human skills best way for workers to adjust to rise of the machines: study
Seeks national review of post-secondary programs to ensure more focus on foundational skills.
Some of Canada’s big banks back away from marijuana industry
Scotiabank, RBC say their decision to cancel existing relationships with marijuana-related business are the result of risk management procedures.
Canadian manufacturers’ outlook dims in June: RBC survey
Coincides with the suspension of oil sands production because of Alberta wildfires.
RBC PMI Index points to sustained manufacturing recovery
But purchasing managers reported growth of new orders slowed in May.
RBC cites low oil prices in lowering GDP forecast to 1.7%
Growth rooted by solid consumer spending, stronger exports and stimulus from the federal government.
Stronger economic growth in 2016: RBC
Canadian forecast is 2.2% GDP with surging exports and less investment cuts in energy sector