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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 ...
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?
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.
$18M overhaul slated for old EDC space
Meanwhile, there is more than 193,000 square feet of vacant space within the two Sun Life Financial Centre towers, according to leasing notices.
You Are The Walrus
... Talor � Bruce Tanaka* � Ken Taylor � TD Systems Inc. � Carolyn Thompson � Ian Thomson � Marilyn Thornton � E. D. Thrasher � Jordan Timm* � Vincent Timpano � Toronto Community Foundation � Margaret Torrance � Joan Tossoni � C. F. Townley-Smith ...
Can life insurance help build a pension?
Q Vancouver, businessman Marcus Handman, 61, wonders if life insurance should be part of his pension plan: “It's not as though I don't have life insurance policies. I do, actually, two of them. One is provided by my company and one is mortgage life.
Is Mint.com safe?
USA Today financial columnist Matt Krantz says he thinks Mint is probably safe and notes its owner, Intuit, has a good history of taking security seriously.
A day of powerful healing in Campbell River
Remembering: Flames from the fire illuminate Carol Bear (from left), Martina Walkus and Barbara Rufus, all members of the Kwaksistala hereditary family, as they hold hands during the opening prayer in the Laichwiltach Big House.
After Losing Their Finance Jobs, This Couple Launched A Whoopie Pie Business ...
Now they're in the midst of negotiations to bring their product into grocery stores very soon. Before creating Chococoa Baking Company, Ganong was senior vice president at The Provident Bank and her husband was a business analyst at Sun Life Financial.
Mullahs, millions and missing gold bars
Some background: An Islamic Sharia finance company, UM Financial Inc. and UM Capital Inc., headed by Omar Kalair, went into receivership last year with its business partner, Central 1 Credit Union, suing UM in court for $31 million.