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November 20, 2018 6:35 PM Canada Pension seeks ‘disruption’ with cruise line, robo taxi

From a river-cruise line to a robo-taxi company, the head of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is looking beyond market cycles and seeking to capitalize on structural changes shaking up the global economy. “CPPIB is embracing disruption, whether that disruption is technological, demographics, economic, climate change or any number of other forces 6

November 19, 2018 5:18 PM Bombardier shares rebound from Friday’s loss by gaining more than 20 per cent

The increase essentially put the stock back to the level it was at before Friday’s dramatic decrease to $1.58. Even at the current level, Bombardier’s shares have lost half their value in the past month and are down 16 per cent from their closing price after it disclosed free cash flow guidance for 2018 and 2019 that surprised and disappointed analysts 7

November 19, 2018 12:28 PM Shaw’s Freedom Mobile launches new promotion in latest challenge to bigger rivals

The Big Binge Bonus promotion is Freedom’s latest tactic for distinguishing itself from Canada’s national wireless carriers owned by Rogers, Bell and Telus. In October 2017, Freedom challenged its three bigger rivals by offering a plan with 10 gigabytes per month for $50 — at the time a relatively large amount of data for the price. The three national 6

November 18, 2018 11:24 PM 114th Santa Claus Parade marked largest parade in city’s history

Zyana Mangubat didn’t care that she was about to witness the largest parade — of any kind — in the city’s history. “Santa!” Zyana, 7, erupted when asked what she was most looking forward to Sunday from Toronto’s annual Santa Claus Parade. But before she’d see the rotund elf — and bid him bring her a Hatchimal egg — some 32 floats, 21 marching bands and thousands 6

November 16, 2018 9:12 PM Millennials plan to spend big this holiday season — on their pets

Pet stores are trying to cash in on the trend. Petco is rolling out products targeted at gift-seeking consumers, with Christmas and Hanukkah-themed stockings, toys and treats already on shelves. The company is also gearing its latest dog apparel brand, “Reddy,” toward millennial shoppers, according Chief Merchandising Officer Alex Tomey. Christopher 10

November 16, 2018 11:43 AM Bombardier executive stock plan under the microscope by securities regulator

The premier was speaking on the eve of a meeting between Economy and Innovation Minister Pierre Fitzgibbon and Bombardier chief executive Alain Bellemare, a week after the company announced it would lay off 5,000 workers, including 2,500 in Quebec and 500 in Ontario. The multinational has not ruled out the possibility of spinning off the CRJ series 8

November 15, 2018 2:42 AM Suncor CEO Steve Williams to be replaced by Mark Little

CALGARY—Suncor Energy Inc. says Steve Williams will retire as chief executive after the company’s annual meeting next May. Williams, 62, joined Suncor in 2002 and took the helm of Canada’s largest energy producer by market capitalization from longtime CEO Rick George when he retired in 2012. Williams has been one of the more outspoken CEOs in the oilpatch 6

November 14, 2018 11:50 PM Canada produces more greenhouse gas emissions than any other G20 country, new report says

OTTAWA—Canadians produce more greenhouse gas emissions per person than any other G20 economy, according to a new analysis. Climate Transparency, a coalition of international climate organizations, released its fourth annual review of the climate polices of G20 members Wednesday. The report pointed out that none of them has a plan in place that would 7

November 13, 2018 6:03 PM TDSB student census reveals higher stress levels, greater sense of disconnect

There was a decline of 4 to 7 per cent in the number of Grades 7 to 12 students who feel a sense of belonging in school, and a 10 to 14 per cent drop in the number of kids who enjoy school. Just 49 per cent of high school students, and 59 per cent of Grades 7 and 8 students said they like school; and 62 per cent of secondary students, and 69 per cent in Grades 5

November 13, 2018 2:38 PM HNA’s Seaco unit is said to attract Orix, Ontario Teachers

HNA Group Co.’s sale of container-leasing business Seaco has attracted potential bidders including Japanese financial firm Orix Corp. and Bermuda-based Triton International Ltd., people familiar with the matter said. Seaco has also drawn preliminary interest from investment funds including Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, which owns rival lessor SeaCube 8