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Quebecor closes Montreal Mirror weekly
Quebecor Inc.'s Sun Media division is shutting down the Montreal Mirror, the city's last remaining English alternative weekly newspaper.
Death of the Alt-Weekly: Why the Montreal Mirror was doomed when Hour ...  Montreal Gazette (blog)
BCE buying cloud company Q9 Networks for $1B: sources
BCE Inc. is poised to announce the acquisition of data-hosting company Q9 Networks Inc. for roughly $1-billion, people familiar with the matter said Friday.
OSFI lays out finalized mortgage rules; brokers not so happy
Canada's banking regulator announced finalized guidelines for mortgage lending that along with other measures unveiled today by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty are aimed at cooling the country's frothy housing market.
Burger King bacon sundae not headed to Canada
Despite Canada's love for bacon, Burger King's new bacon sundae, which has captured the attention of devout bacon lovers and the health conscious alike, won't be debuting in Canada any time soon, according to a company spokesperson.
$25 million investment in Thorold
A Chinese company has long-term plans to open a new dock on the Welland Canal and hire up to 250 people as it breathes new life into an empty Niagara factory.
Shell is changing the energy game — and in a big way
This week, Royal Dutch Shell PLC began rolling out a strategy that will dramatically change the energy world. With revenues larger than the economies of Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia combined, Shell is betting big on natural gas to replace ...
Is this 1931 all over again? Paul Krugman, Nouriel Roubini, Niall Ferguson and ...
Quebecor CEO Pierre Karl P�ladeau wants to buy back Quebecor Media with spectrum cash. Quebecor reported strong second-quarter ... 2017 Financial Post, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution, transmission or ...
For China's super chic, Louis Vuitton no longer the most luxurious
SHANGHAI - Daisy Liu epitomizes China's obsession with luxury brands: her shoes are Guiseppe Zanotti, her brooch Chanel, a floral Hermes scarf is stylishly knotted over one shoulder.
CIBC to wind down FirstLine Mortgages unit
TORONTO - CIBC has failed in its attempt to sell its broker mortgage brand, FirstLine Mortgages, one of the rare occasions in recent history in which a bank has not been able to find a buyer for one of its assets.
David Watt joins HSBC Canada as chief economist
David Watt is the new chief economist at HSBC Bank Canada. Watt replaces Stuart Hall who is now with the Royal Bank of Canada. The irony behind those two moves: Watt used to work with RBC.