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  • Friday News Finds – June 22, 2018June 22, 2018

    By Tegan Valentine Let’s start with some breaking news out of Vienna, Austria. On Friday, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) concluded its annual meeting and announced a deal that will see oil production increase by 1 million barrels per day. OPEC is an intergovernmental organi … Read more »

  • Anti-investor Reforms at the CSAJune 21, 2018

    The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), an umbrella group of representatives from securities regulatory agencies across Canada, has announced that it will eliminate deferred sales charges but that it will not ban embedded commissions. The CSA is also not moving ahead with a statutory best inte … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – June 8, 2018June 9, 2018

    By Tegan Valentine Hello and welcome back to Top Five Friday Finds – the weekly series in which we share five of the business news stories that dominated the papers (and our conversations) this week. What do maple syrup, yogurt and steel have in common? Well, if they flow from the United States into … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – June 1, 2018June 2, 2018

    By Tegan Valentine Hello and welcome back to Top Five Friday Finds – the weekly series in which we share five of the business news stories that dominated the papers (and our conversations) this week. Let’s start things off with one of the week’s bigger stories. On Thursday the Trump administration a … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – May 25, 2018May 26, 2018

    By Tegan Valentine Hello and welcome back to Top Five Friday Finds – the weekly series in which we share five of the business news stories that dominated the papers (and our conversations) this week. The federal government has spoken and it appears that Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc. … Read more »