Wes Hall wears expensive suits, drives a fancy sports car, collects art and lives in a yellow-brick mansion in Toronto’s exclusive Rosedale neighbourhood. He is 51, fit and buff, has five kids and a great wife, and is widely respected as a Bay Street power broker, but sometimes none of it matters.Read more
A flood of Toronto residents leaving their downtown condos in search of more space and greater affordability is causing a domino effect across Southern Ontario real estate that is being felt as far away as Fort Erie, according to multiple brokers and agents in the province.Read more
Earlier this year, just when everyone started staying home, oil prices tanked and they tanked hard. The coronavirus was part of it, but Saudi Arabia and Russia were also flooding the market with oil, which turned out to be disastrous for many Canadian oil producers.Read more
A shortage of skilled trades workers has long been a drag on the Canadian economy, but at least one trade school is doing everything in its power to ensure students are able to continue to learn and prepare to enter the workforce despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more
Ford Motor Co. and Unifor have dodged a strike and reached a tentative agreement on a new labour contract, which the union says includes a commitment by the automaker to build electric vehicles in Canada with financial assistance from both the Ontario and federal governments.Read more
CALGARY – Inter Pipeline Ltd. is selling most of its European oil storage business for $715 million to pay for the growing cost of an under-construction petrochemical facility in Alberta.
Calgary-based Inter Pipeline surprised the market Tuesday by announcing a deal to sell its oil terminals in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands and Germany for $715 million to Madrid-based CLH Group.Read more