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Canada prepared for possible Chinese cyber retaliation over arrest of top Huawei executive - The Globe and Mail Dec 6th
Canada prepared for possible Chinese cyber retaliation over arrest of top Huawei executive The Globe and MailCFO of Chinese tech giant Huawei arrested in Vancouver, sought by U.S. for extradition CBC NewsWorld stock markets tumble following arrest of Huawei executive in Canada&.... More »
While most investors pore over stocks and shares or siphon their savings into a traditional business like a shop or pub, others look for something a little more exciting. There are risks involved in any type of financial venture and these must be weighed against potential rewards — with a touch of.... More »
When you decide to start trading within the forex market, naturally, there are many important factors to consider. These are likely to include setting your trade budget, and figuring out exactly what markets you wish to trade in when you are getting started. The very first port of call however, shou.... More »
Shares in battered Canadian cannabis company Aphria seesaw after the company that sold them assets a short seller says are worthless defends the transaction..... More »
China's foreign ministry called in the U.S. ambassador on Sunday to lodge a "strong protest" over the arrest in Canada of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.'s chief financial officer. China also cancelled meetings for a B.C. trade mission..... More »
Sarnia ObserverIs marijuana Southwestern Ontario's new wonder crop?Sarnia ObserverMove over soybean, there's a leafy new green kid in Southwestern Ontario with a budding profile that's sucking up millions in investment and can't lay its hands on enough workers. One of Canada's richest farm belts, the area between Kitchener and …US official: Canadian marijuana users, workers and investors risk lifetime border banPoliticoTilray® Exports Bulk Supply of Medical Cannabis Flower to GermanyBusiness Wireall 146 news articles »
The fallout from the global financial crisis was widespread and much has changed for the Canadian economy including drivers like oil prices and the loonie, which failed to go back to pre-recession levels.