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With IPO, Canada Goose banks on all-weather migration: Jennifer Wells

One was cherry red and one was Pacific blue and then hubby Henry wore a black one. Regular devotees of Madam Secretary could not have missed Tea Leoni’s occasional habit…

Canada Goose files for public offering on Toronto, New York stock exchanges

Luxury winter jacket maker Canada Goose has filed for initial public offerings on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges under the symbol “GOOS.” The company said in regulatory filings…

Can’t access U.S. Netflix? New product claims to bust through border blocks

Can’t access U.S. Netflix? New product claims to bust through border blocks

A Canadian-founded company claims it has found a way to bust through Netflix’s border blocks. Its secret weapon — an electronic device called TurboBeacon. After Netflix launched a big crackdown on border hopping early last year,…

TSX nears all-time high, Canadian dollar climbs

The Toronto stock market is again creeping up to its all-time high. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 51.76 points at 15,605.80, after 90 minutes of trading, roughly 50 points…

Retirement planning? Mind the age gap

An age difference in your relationship doesn’t just mean your favourite bands are from different decades. As you approach retirement together, that age gap becomes a factor in decisions about…

It’s time Canada stands with Mexico: Olive

“For the first time since Ronald Reagan assailed the Soviet Union in 1980, an American presidential candidate actively campaigned against another country’s national interests.” –Jorge G. Castaneda, Mexican foreign minister…

TSX and Dow give up recent gains as Trump rally runs out of steam

Stock markets in New York and Toronto recovered slightly from midday losses but still closed significantly lower on Monday, a pullback from a weeks-long rally prompted by the presidency of…

GM axing 625 jobs at Ontario plant, shifting some production to Mexico

General Motors is cutting 625 jobs at its assembly plant near London, Ont., as it shifts some production to Mexico. Mike Van Boekel, spokesman for Unifor Local 88, says the layoffs…

Canada signals possible U.S. trade deal that excludes Mexico

Josh Wingrove and Greg Quinn Bloomberg The U.S. and Canada are signalling most of the pain from reworking the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will hit Mexico, with an…

Rumours of the death of the TTP trade deal may be exaggerated: Olive

As of Donald Trump’s inauguration, the most ambitious free-trade deal ever attempted is dead. Or is it? Donald Trump appeared to have killed the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and the…