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Ethics Watchdog to Investigate Trudeau Over WE Charity Contract

Source: The Canadian Press Staff, ctvnews.ca, July 04, 2020 The Liberals had set aside about $19 million for the organization to administer the program, but...

How Will the Pandemic Affect Your Retirement

A few short months ago, a global pandemic was seen by many as a theoretical risk. Today it is causing disruptions in economies and...

As COVID Recovery Begins, Australia Faces Worst Recession in 30 Years

Source: Swati Pandey Reuters, globalnews.ca, June 28, 2020 Many Australians are facing unemployment, and non-Australian's are unable to access to Centrelink government's welfare payments. Coronavirus has...

Higher Crude Oil Prices Means Baytex Can Restart Most of Its...

Source: The Canadian Press, jwenergy.com, June 26 2020 The company will only restore half it's 2020 capital spending plan. Baytex Energy Corp. says it is responding...

More Canadians Are Going Hungry as COVID-19 Squeezes Economy

Source: Patrick Cain, globalnews.ca, June 24, 2020 A recent survey shows a direct connection between COVID-19's damage to the economy and Canadians going hungry. The novel...

Canadians Working Permanently From Home Could See Salary Changes

Source: Tara Deschamps The Canadian Press Staff, ctvnews.ca, June 22 2020 Companies need to consider what salaries will help them retain talent, but also how...

Bank of England to Pump £100bn Into UK Economy After COVID-19...

Source: Szu Ping Chan, bbc.com, June 18, 2020 The UK economy shrank by 20.4% in April,  and the number of workers on payrolls fell by...

800 Enbridge Staff Have Take Voluntary Buyouts to Avoid Layoffs

Source: The Canadian Press, pipelinenews.ca, June 18 2020 Some of the options employees have taken include early retirement, severance, educational or personal leaves of absence...

How and When the COVID-19 Aid May Wrap Up

Source: Hannah Jackson, globalnews.ca, June 17 2020 The “most likely” option means recipients would see a slow decrease in their CERB amounts over several months,...

Despite Looming $2.4B Deficit, Sask. Not Scaling Back on Spending

Source: Mickey Djuric, globalnews.ca, June 16, 2020 Saskatchewan’s government faces a $2.4-billion deficit for 2020-21 as a result of COVID-19 and the oil crash.  Despite an...
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