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CPPIB joins chorus voting ‘no’ to Barrick pay plan
Canada’s largest pension fund manager has thrown its support behind a campaign opposing executive pay practices at Barrick Gold Corp., saying it will vote against the gold miner’s compensation plan this year.
Posted on 4-24-2015 at 12:17 PM
Cheap oil stirring Alberta politics as leaders debate spending
Alberta Premier Jim Prentice clashed with challengers to his party’s decades-long grip on the petro- province over how to live with less oil money when voters want more services but no tax increases.
Posted on 4-24-2015 at 7:45 AM
Justin Trudeau borrows from Obama playbook to battle Conservatives
Given Stephen Harper’s perceived strength on economic issues, Trudeau won’t attack him head on, according to Darrell Bricker, a pollster for Ipsos Reid in Toronto. Instead, his message to Canadians will be: The economy may be doing well, but it’s not doing well for you.
Posted on 4-24-2015 at 7:30 AM
Roads, trains, natural gas: Ontario's infrastructure binge
Where exactly does the Ontario government want to put the $5.7 billion it plans to receive from asset sales?
Posted on 4-23-2015 at 4:33 PM
Ontario budget: Cash-strapped province shakes asset tree
Ontario is squeezing more money from asset sales as it scrambles to balance the books while promising billions of dollars for infrastructure.
Posted on 4-23-2015 at 4:10 PM
Federal budget promises to review pension investment rules
The government says it will review a rule that prohibits federal pension funds from holding more than 30 percent of the voting shares of a company.
Posted on 4-22-2015 at 12:48 PM
Tax-Free Savings anchor Joe Oliver’s election pitch to families
The Finance Minister said the tax breaks are focused on working Canadians, a response to opposition criticism the Conservatives have focused too much on money for companies and rich families since taking power in 2006.
Posted on 4-21-2015 at 4:57 PM
Government dips into emergency fund in effort to balance budget
The Conservative government plans to chop its emergency fund by two-thirds this fiscal year in a long-promised effort to balance the books, according to the federal budget tabled Tuesday.
Posted on 4-21-2015 at 4:00 PM

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