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Loblaw plans to close 52 unprofitable stores across a range of banners

Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L) says it plans to close 52 unprofitable stores across a range of its banners and formats in a move that will cut sales but boost its operating profit. 111 more words

Local News

Cathy Knuchel

Title: Owner, Consultant

Company: Gestion Noko

Location: Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC

Ms. Knuchel is a fluently trilingual finance professional with experience in business planning, audits, systems implementation, portfolio management and corporate reporting. 196 more words

Financial Management

Canadian railways expected to temper 2015 outlook

By Ross Marowits

Canada’s sluggish economy and lower volumes of coal, grain and energy-related products could undermine the lofty 2015 earnings goals for the country’s two largest railways, say industry analysts. 328 more words


ASC shaming list names 135 respondents who haven't paid their fines

Violators of Alberta securities laws who don’t pay their fines will find themselves named (and possibly shamed) on a list of unpaid orders on the Alberta Securities Commission website from now on, the regulator said Thursday. 413 more words

Local Business

Tessa M. Szwagierczak

Sole Practitioner
Tessa Szwagierczak Professional Corporation
Lacombe, Alberta, Canada
Industry: Finance
Field: General Accounting

Tessa M. Szwagierczak has always had a passion for small businesses, as she feels that they are oftentimes forgotten, and not given the time they need or deserve to really develop. 230 more words


Circumstances where an entity may change its accounting policies

An entity may change its accounting policy (under IAS 8) only where required by a standard or if it leads to producing more relevant and reliable information in the financial statements about the effects of transactions, other events or conditions on the entity’s financial position, financial performance or cash flows. 556 more words


The significance of judgement and materiality in selecting accounting policies.

The selection of accounting policies in the preparation of financial statements is important in providing consistency, comparability and clarity, to users of those statements. In general, entities do not have a great deal of discretion, but must follow the accounting policies required by IFRS, that are relevant to the particular circumstances of the entity. 354 more words