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The debut of Apple's first new device in five years is looking more like an event from the fashion world rather than the tech world.
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Closing Report: TSX barely higher on mixed mining fortunes
Canada's main stock index ended slightly higher on Friday, for a 0.3 percent gain on the week, as base metal miners gained and a one-month low in the price of bullion hit shares of gold miners.
Talking Tax with Bruce Ball
Talking Tax with Bruce Ball, national tax partner at BDO Canada LLP.
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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.
Watch: Frances Horodelski says the Nasdaq record high isn't a big deal
She says the latest run still means the index is "flat" but points out that certain assets have done well in the last 15 years, including gold, oil and copper.
Personal Investor: Home is where the tax breaks are
There are many practical advantages to working from home, including some pretty good tax breaks.
Federal government imposes lower speed limits for dangerous goods trains
Canada will immediately impose a new speed limit of 40 mph for dangerous goods trains moving through urban areas with more than 100,000 people, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt said on Thursday.
Oil price plunge hurting North American auto sales
The fallout from plunging oil prices is hitting home in two areas of North America that normally diverge when it comes to the impact of energy.
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.
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.
Prominent Bay Street figure Jim Doak found dead in Mongolia
Doak, 59, had been in the country in his role as chairman of Khan Resources Inc., a small uranium exploration and development company.
Canada Revenue Agency clarifies timeline of new TFSA limit
The CRA has issued a formal statement confirming that Canadians can immediately contribute to the new limit for tax-free savings accounts, a move that comes three days after the measure was announced in Tuesday’s budget.
Morning Markets: Global equities at all-time high after Nasdaq record
Global equity markets rode to new all-time highs on Friday, with positive corporate updates in Europe and a post-dotcom-boom peak for the U.S. Nasdaq stoking investor optimism.
Oil price plunge hurting North American auto sales
The fallout from plunging oil prices is hitting home in two areas of North America that normally diverge when it comes to the impact of energy.
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.
Top Picks from Jon Vialoux
Top Picks from Jon Vialoux, research analyst at Horizons ETF Management Canada Inc.
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.
Talking Tax with Bruce Ball
Talking Tax with Bruce Ball, national tax partner at BDO Canada LLP.
Federal government imposes lower speed limits for dangerous goods trains
Canada will immediately impose a new speed limit of 40 mph for dangerous goods trains moving through urban areas with more than 100,000 people, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt said on Thursday.
Closing Report: TSX barely higher on mixed mining fortunes
Canada's main stock index ended slightly higher on Friday, for a 0.3 percent gain on the week, as base metal miners gained and a one-month low in the price of bullion hit shares of gold miners.
Canada Revenue Agency clarifies timeline of new TFSA limit
The CRA has issued a formal statement confirming that Canadians can immediately contribute to the new limit for tax-free savings accounts, a move that comes three days after the measure was announced in Tuesday’s budget.
Personal Investor: Home is where the tax breaks are
There are many practical advantages to working from home, including some pretty good tax breaks.
Talking Tax: Filing late? Beware the wrath of the taxman
If the government owes you money, the Canada Revenue Agency will cut you some slack. It’s another story if you owe them.
Talking Tax: Snowbirds become prey for taxman
While snowbirds were working out their slices on the golf course, the Canada Revenue Agency and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service were getting chummy.
Personal Investor: Canadian investors torn between fear and hope
There’s no shortage of surveys trying to tap into investor sentiment, but a recent poll by Natixis Global Asset Management warrants some attention.
Personal Investor: Thinking of dipping into your RRSP? Hold it right there
For some people the temptation could be too much to resist, but dipping into your registered retirement savings plan early could open up a world of regret.
Personal Investor: Tax dollars for the taking – RRSP, TFSA and so much more
A good tax strategy can return thousands of risk-free dollars each year – dollars that can be put into more investments and generate further tax savings.
Personal Investor: TFSAs just got better … if you’re rich
Like the old saying goes: it takes money to make money.
Almost 20% of Canadians didn't put aside money in 2014: survey
Money for vacations was the most common goal among savers, while 43 percent were saving for retirement and 40 percent for emergencies.
One-quarter of first-time home buyers had family help, survey finds
Typical first-time Canadian home buyers tend to be childless, university-educated couples in their 30s purchasing detached homes, often with a helping hand from their families.

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