From London to New York and beyond, the world's largest financial institutions were shaken Friday by Britain's shocking decision to leave the European Union.
A sea of red washed over global financial markets on Friday after Britons' shockingly voted to Brexit the European Union. The pound fell to its lowest point in 31 years, the Canadian dollar lost more than a cent and stocks tumbled.
Canada Revenue Agency employees - some already facing financial difficulties because of ongoing payroll issues throughout the federal civil service - could find themselves on a picket line before the summer is over.
As Britain votes whether to stay in or leave the European Union, the founder and chief executive officer of Toronto-based technology company Flybits Inc. is holding his breath.
A new Winnipeg-based travel company promises to add jobs to Edmonton while giving residents a cheap way to get out of town. “You're taking complexity out of your business model and that actually saves you quite a bit of money,” said Jim Young, CEO of ...