A new report on real estate trends says foreign investors may start looking beyond Toronto and Vancouver and begin targeting markets in Montreal and Saskatoon in the coming year.
This September 16, 2013 file photo shows the tail of the Bombardier CSeries aircraft in Mirabel, Quebec. CLEMENT SABOURIN / AFP/Getty Images.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce says it is targeting cost savings of $600-million by 2019 and will take a restructuring charge of as much as $200-million in the fourth quarter.
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A new poll released today by BMO Bank of Montreal found that microbusinesses - those with 10 employees or fewer - spent an average of $120,000 to get started, while business owners with 11-49 employees needed an average of $345,000.