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‘We can’t stop at last mile’: Still hope for Canada-EU trade deal as last-minute talks announced

OTTAWA — Canada’s trade deal with Europe may not be dead yet, despite trade minister Chrystia Freeland walking out of talks with Wallonia’s prime minister, Paul Magnette, as it appeared the Belgian region would miss an EU deadline for CETA support Friday. 1,560 more words


Royal Bank chief financial officer Janice Fukakusa to retire after 31 years at Canada's biggest bank

Janice Fukakusa is stepping down as chief financial officer of Royal Bank of Canada, capping 31 years at Canada’s biggest bank.

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DavidsTea Inc CEO Sylvain Toutant plans to leave the company in January

MONTREAL — DavidsTea says chief executive officer Sylvain Toutant is leaving the Montreal-based company to pursue other interests.

Toutant says the decision to leave the Montreal-based specialty retailer was difficult to make but the right one from a personal standpoint. 166 more words


It's a crapshoot this morning: What you need to know before markets open

North American markets look headed for a slightly lower open after a mixed bag of corporate earnings.

  • Microsoft’s stock was set to open at an all-time high of $60.42 after the company said sales at its flagship cloud business doubled in the latest quarter.
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Bombardier Inc announces second mass layoff this year — eliminating 7,500 jobs globally, 2,000 in Canada

The CSeries may be flying, but the pain isn’t over at Bombardier Inc.

The company announced Friday its second round of widespread layoffs in less than a year, saying it will eliminate 7,500 positions or more than 10 per cent of its global workforce, including 2,000 jobs in Canada. 731 more words