Why Canada still needs Saudi oil — for now

Saudi Arabia is sending Canada about 100,000 barrels of oil per day, most of which goes to the Irving Refinery in New Brunswick. But what would happen if that crude oil supply was disrupted? Geoffrey Morgan explains how Canada can avoid potential supply disruptions and geo-political risk.

‘Everyone’s walking on eggshells’: Short interest in the big Canadian banks now stands at US$11.39 billion

Motusbank will offer the usual slate of banking products, such as chequing and savings accounts, loans and lines of credit, ATMs and mortgages

Ted Rechtshaffen: Hopefully you have many of these, but be careful — the more sources of income, the more complicated your tax planning becomes

A former gambler, he became a bond manager almost by accident

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