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BCE and Larry Tanenbaum in talks to buy Toronto Argonauts: TSN
BCE Inc. and Canadian businessman Larry Tanenbaum are in talks to buy the Toronto Argonauts Canadian Football League team, according to sports broadcaster TSN.
Posted on 4-28-2015 at 8:03 AM
Catalyst may take Callidus private as short sellers sink shares
Catalyst Capital Group Inc., Canada’s second-largest private equity firm, said it would consider taking distressed lender Callidus Capital Corp. private again if short sellers keep driving down the stock.
Posted on 4-28-2015 at 7:47 AM
Sales increase at Tim Hortons’ parent company
Restaurant Brands said comparable sales at Tim Hortons rose 5.3 percent in the first full quarter since the merger driven mainly by new menu items such as crispy chicken club sandwiches.
Posted on 4-27-2015 at 9:09 AM
Canadian private equity and venture capital deals surge in first-quarter
Acquisitions and financing deals led by private equity and venture capital firms surged in Canada in the first quarter, Thomson Reuters data showed, with many involving investment in software, information technology and natural resources.
Posted on 4-27-2015 at 6:40 AM
CUT! Ontario film tax credits reduced, a knock to industry’s tax stability
Film industry concerned by several tax changes proposed in the Ontario budget that would reduce credits and raise the cost of production in Hollywood North.
Posted on 4-25-2015 at 2:04 PM
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

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