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Canada's big banks treat Indigenous, visible minority customers unequally: watchdog

Canada's big banks treat Indigenous, visible minority customers unequally: watchdog

Pressure sales tactics. Ill-fitted suggestions. Misleading information.
Statistics Canada says retail sales virtually unchanged in March

Statistics Canada says retail sales virtually unchanged in March

Canadian retail sales were flat in March as a slump in new car sales offset healthy consumer spending gains elsewhere, Statistics Canada reported Thursday. Total retail sales in Canada hit $60.
RBC's McKay says "50-50" chance of recession as it reports revenue dip, earnings up

RBC's McKay says "50-50" chance of recession as it reports revenue dip, earnings up

TORONTO — Royal Bank of Canada reported higher earnings Thursday as it said many underlying economic indicators remain strong despite the heightened risk of a recession.
Trump loses appeal, must testify in New York civil probe

Trump loses appeal, must testify in New York civil probe

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump must answer questions under oath in the New York attorney general’s civil investigation into his business practices, a state appeals court ruled Thursday, rejecting his argument that he be excused from te
Job vacancies hit record high of more than 1 million in March: StatCan

Job vacancies hit record high of more than 1 million in March: StatCan

OTTAWA — The number of job vacancies across Canada reached an all-time high in March, ending a five-month decline, Statistics Canada said Thursday.
Enbridge to build pipelines to service new LNG facility in U.S.

Enbridge to build pipelines to service new LNG facility in U.S.

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. says it will build two new natural gas pipelines to service a newly sanctioned liquefied natural gas facility in the U.S. Gulf Coast. The Calgary-based pipeline company says the pipelines will transport 1.
CIBC revenue climbs but profits weighed by expenses, credit loss provisions

CIBC revenue climbs but profits weighed by expenses, credit loss provisions

TORONTO — CIBC reported Thursday that its revenue climbed in the second quarter compared with last year, but earnings dipped as both spending to power growth and provisions for potential future loan losses ate into profits at a time of increased unce
S&P/TSX composite up nearly 200 points, U.S. stock markets also rise

S&P/TSX composite up nearly 200 points, U.S. stock markets also rise

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index posted a triple-digit advance in a broad-based rally, while U.S. stock markets also moved higher in late-morning trading. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 196.48 points at 20,580.23.
Amid high inflation, baby boomers offer saving advice to younger Canadians

Amid high inflation, baby boomers offer saving advice to younger Canadians

They survived the roaring inflation of the early 1980s and now they have some advice for younger generations: Take the bus, pack a lunch and skip the overseas vacation.
AltaGas selling Alaskan utilities business to TriSummit Utilities for $1.025 billion

AltaGas selling Alaskan utilities business to TriSummit Utilities for $1.025 billion

CALGARY — AltaGas Ltd. says it has signed a deal to sell its Alaskan utilities business to TriSummit Utilities Inc. for $1.025 billion.