Shares Of Canadian Retailer Roots Fall 20% On A First Day Trade

The shares of well-known apparel company Roots Corp tumbled nearly 20% on the opening trading day. The Canadian company is well known for its casual wear and leather goods. This is seen... Read more »

Hurricane Harvey Inflates Gasoline Prices In Canada

Canadian motorists will have the unpleasant surprise of seeing an increase of 10 cents per liter of gasoline at their next stop at the gas station. The impact of Hurricane Harvey in... Read more »

Quebecs Maple Syrup Producers Win Supreme Court Decision

The model requiring producers to transit through the Federation of Québec Maple Syrup Producers (FPAQ) to sell their maple syrup remains in place. Publicity The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday refused... Read more »
The hearings of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance followed the release of CBC reports of employees of major banks who were under pressure to sell their products to customers that they did not need. PHOTO BRENT LEWIN, BLOOMBERG ARCHIVES

Canadian Banking Practices Under The Microscope

Federal MPs heard Wednesday testimony from former bank employees to explore allegations of dubious – even illegal – sales practices of some of the country’s largest financial institutions. The hearings of the... Read more »
Founder and Chairman Larry Rossy, 74 and his son Neil, 47, CEO for a year, before the Dollarama annual meeting on June 7. (Photo: Adil Boukind)

Dollarama boasts quiet confidence, historic stock market record

TORONTO – The favorite retailer of Bay Street Dollarama once again hammered the importance for its shareholders to rely on the game plan to measure its progress at the annual meeting held... Read more »