All a-Bunz for the holiday season: Trading app makes gift giving easier (Toronto Star)

Playing Santa is rampant right now, even for those who definitely can’t afford it and others who had vowed to ignore the crazy consumerism. As...

Toronto home price gains to beat other Canadian cities next year (Financial Post)

TORONTO — New stricter mortgage rules are expected to slow the housing market next year, but prices are still expected to rise about five...

Ottawa holds up venture capital deal to highlight benefits of Beijing ties (Globe and...

(Globe and Mail) The dignitaries at the signing ceremony in Beijing's St. Regis Hotel on Friday paid homage to Xi Jinping and repeatedly name-checked...

Blockchain stock listings set to explode in Canada: GMP Capital (Financial Post)

Canada is emerging as a hub for bitcoin and cryptocurrency stocks amid "a virtuous circle" of expertise and business, backed by a capital markets...

A ‘Big Four’ accounting firm is accepting bitcoin payments (Business Insider)

PwC, the consultancy and "Big Four" accounting firm, announced Thursday that it accepted its first payment in bitcoin. The announcement, which was reported first by...

Trudeau to put trade high on agenda in visit to China next week

Trade will be high on the agenda when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits China next week in a bid to boost business ties...

France Ran Out of Money Last Tuesday, And Within Days, So Will The Rest...

Analysis: European countries are being forced to borrow well before the year ends — and sooner or later, that debt will catch up with...

Oil prices on the rise after OPEC points to 2018 supply deficit as market...

OPEC raised its forecast on Monday for demand for its oil in 2018 and said its deal with other producers to cut output was...

Shoppers Optimum And PC Plus Programs Will Be Merged In February 2018 (Huffpost)

Customers at Shoppers Drug Mart or any of Loblaw Companies Ltd.'s grocery stores will soon use a new, unified loyalty program that replaces Optimum...

More than 3,000 Canadian names in the Paradise Papers (CBC News)

A supermarket giant, an NHL hockey team, several billionaires and a yacht captain. These are just a few of the roughly 3,300 Canadian companies, trusts, foundations...

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