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We all have responsibility for getting more Canadians back to work and managing the forces of automation and digitalization. The greater the number of people who participate in Canada’s recovery, the stronger our economy will be.
Fired by a fresh impetus to turn ambition into action, we’re seeing a turning point for this challenge, which should open up investment opportunities.
As the U.S. economic recovery continues, we look at the market forces and Fed policies shaping long-term interest rates.
Almost half a million Canadian women who lost their jobs during the pandemic hadn’t returned to work as of January.
We don't have the ability to undo or change the past, but we can elevate the people that stood up for others and said every voice counts. Dr. Pearleen Oliver is one of those people—and someone every Canadian should know.
Difference-makers like Sylvia Parris-Drummond are driving for change—even in times of upheaval and tragedy. ”We're in a pandemic of COVID and a pandemic of racism,” she says.
The spike in yields of late has sent shivers through stock markets. But this rise, if contained, isn’t necessarily bad news for stocks.
The pace of yield gains has brought some market jitters. But we see yields rising for the right reasons, bringing with it little threat for markets.
Tax scammers try many tricks to separate you and your cash — from email notices and offers, fake websites, and even over the phone or in text messages. Here's what to look out for.
We think the GameStop episode is indicative of a megashift at play—one that’s bigger than the stock market. What does this mean for long-term investors?