Staff at Air Canada will no longer use ‘ladies and gentlemen’ to address passengers
In a bid to eliminate gendered terminology, Air Canada has decided to scrap the common address “ladies and gentlemen” or the French “mesdames et messieurs” for all staff.
B.C. drivers with out-of-province licenses face huge insurance rate increases
In response to new data form the Insurance Corp. of B.C. (ICBC) which showed that people from outside B.C. tend to have more collisions while in the province, safe driving discounts will no longer transfer over.
Canadian economy experienced no growth or decline in July
Statistics Canada says the Canadian GDP was virtually flat in July, citing weaknesses in oil and gas extraction offsetting gains due to ongoing shutdowns in the industry.
Average Canadian net worth shrinks for first time in almost a decade
The average Canadian household net worth fell by $7,594 (1.1%) to $678,792.
Newfoundland company secures $550 million equity and debt recapitalization
The worlds largest financial crime management software has secured a $550 million equity and debt recapitalization. Verafin, a Newfoundland company,…
Gerald Butts spreads fake news on Twitter with Hollywood & “colossal lack of knowledge” about mortgages, banking sector
Butts showed his Canadian banking sector insight on Twitter informed by Hollywood’s version of the 2008 U.S. financial crisis.
Scheer’s 30-year amortization promise “necessary correction to an overreaction”: mortgage expert
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer promised homeowners more time to pay their mortgages and would drop stress tests for mortgage renewals.