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Sun Life now remembers: yes, we left Quebec in 1978
Remember that timeline on Sun Life Financial Inc.'s website that skipped the period from 1973 to 1982? We reported last month that the timeline omitted the company's infamous announcement on January 6, 1978 that it would be moving its corporate ...
Strain to head Sun Life Asia
Sun Life Financial has appointed Kevin Strain as the new president of Sun Life Financial Asia, promoting him from his previous position of senior vice-president of individual insurance and investments within its Canadian operations.
Investor fatigue clouds judgment
Patrick Fitzgerald, a Sun Life financial advisor with clients in the Ottawa area, says investors are concerned about not only corporate, equity and interest rate risk - but also country risk. The current volatility needs to be put into perspective and ...
Managing money: How the pros do it
The same uncertainty holds for financial planners helping their clients navigate turbulent waters. So what do the pros have in mind for their own registered retirement savings plan portfolios?
NS tightens rules on OxyContin
The company inked a deal with Sun Life Financial in December. Ms. Stevenson wouldn't say what its rules will be for narcotics like OxyNEO, but says she's looking at the same criteria facing Ontario and other provinces.
Super Commuters Surge as Stuck Homeowners Fly 'Greyhound' Routes
It's a far cry from the 30-minute drive he used to make on back roads to get to Sun Life Financial Inc.'s suburban Boston campus.
Manulife losing key executive who helped chart insurer's turnaround plan
Manulife Financial Corp. is losing a crucial member of the executive team that has been removing risks from the insurer as it embarks on the next phase of its turnaround strategy.
Kenney refuses to apologize for fake citizenship broadcast, blames bureaucrats
OTTAWA - A fake citizenship ceremony broadcast last fall on Sun News was the result of “logistical problems,” Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said Thursday in the House of Commons, amid much laughter.
Point Roberts, Washington: A little slice of the US, only accessible through ...
“Those summer cottages need to be fixed up, they've got renovations to do, and that's what supports our business,” said Kris Nielson with Nielson's Building Centre.
Two-child families becoming the norm in Canada
And when her husband's job kept him absent for nine of the first 12 months of Ella's life, that “really cemented it for me,” she said.