There’s been no shortage of high-profile M&A deals in the industry, mainly featuring tie-ups with booze and tobacco players, while banks and even some short-sellers have been won over. And now even famously persnickety Wall Street players are beginning to buy into the legalization narrative….CLICK for complete article
How often do you buy groceries? I’ve long been an advocate of the view that some of the best investments to make are in our daily lives, fulfilling some form of need that we take for granted…CLICK for complete article
Demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) will continue to rise in the foreseeable future as global natural gas demand will grow exponentially with major emerging economies raising the share of gas in their energy mix….CLICK for complete article
Canada experienced a sharp slowdown in growth in 2018, and this has continued in the first months of 2019. Fortunately, the Bank of Canada and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are both calling for improved growth in the second half of the year….CLICK for complete article
The federal government’s $600 million subsidy for select media has many worried about their independence but even the most cynical are shocked by the who the government chose to decide which outlets get the money.
Mike talks about the unanimous court decision squashing the BC government’s push to usurp federal jurisdiction over pipelines. You don’t want to miss respected analyst, Greg Weldon roadmap explaining what’s coming next for interest rates, currencies and stock. Plus we have a great Goofy award.