Kathleen Wynne

New Ontario Law Will Increase Gas By 4.3 Cents Per Litre, Permanently

You might wanna ask for a raise when you get into work today because the cost of life in Ontario is about to go...

Financial Tips for Single Parents

Parenting is never an easy job – and, unfortunately, it can be especially difficult if you’re doing it on your own. As a single...

Ontario won’t meet deficit targets says Financial Accountability Officer

The Honourable J. David Wake, Ontario’s Temporary Financial Accountability Officer, today released an updated Economic and Fiscal Outlook, providing an assessment of Ontario’s economic...
Awards

Chamber of Commerce 2018 award winners

The Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Achievement Awards were held Saturday night at The Machine Shop. Here is a list of the recipients of this...

Altria invests $2.4 billion for 45% stake in Canadian cannabis producer Cronos

TORONTO — Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc. will invest $2.4 billion in Canadian cannabis producer Cronos Group Inc. — marking a major foray by...
Bill Morneau

Morneau says review of tax breaks is coming

OTTAWA - Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the Liberal government has only begun to clean up the tax code with his first federal budget...

Some of council fights city staff over discretionary budget expenses

In a very heated discussion over budget process and discretionary spending, the main word was "disconnect" that came up over and over. City councilors Matthew Shoemaker,...

North American stock markets push higher in late-morning trading, loonie up

TORONTO — The financial, industrial and energy sectors helped Canada's main stock index push higher in late-morning trading, while U.S. markets also charged higher. The...

Softwood exports to U.S. down but it’s not causing big financial pinch

OTTAWA — Canada's softwood lumber exports to the U.S. have fallen since the Americans imposed new duties earlier this year, but thanks to near-record wood prices...

Energy sector weighs on Toronto stocks, loonie trades lower against U.S. dollar

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index moved lower in late-morning trading as oil prices lost ground and the energy sector moved down. The S&P/TSX composite...

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