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How an ‘energizer bunny,’ cheeseburgers and $14 billion helped Canada woo Volkswagen

How an ‘energizer bunny,’ cheeseburgers and $14 billion helped Canada woo Volkswagen

Talks that led Volkswagen to choose Canada for its first non-European battery plant started with a whim
5 things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

5 things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Statistics Canada will release its labour force survey for April on Friday
Pot shop robberies spur push to end restrictions on window displays

Pot shop robberies spur push to end restrictions on window displays

TORONTO — When Elisa Keay works at her Toronto cannabis store, the days feel long and dark — even when the sun is bright.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:
Bank stocks drop and S&P 500 swings as Wall Street shakes

Bank stocks drop and S&P 500 swings as Wall Street shakes

Wall Street is worried about what may be next to topple following the second- and third-largest bank failures in U.S. history, and stocks are swinging sharply Monday as investors scramble to find someplace safe to park their money.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:
Bed Bath & Beyond Canada to close 54 stores, granted creditor protection

Bed Bath & Beyond Canada to close 54 stores, granted creditor protection

The company had a net loss of $99.5 million for a nine-month period
WestJet says it’s back online after global outage, but more disruptions expected

WestJet says it’s back online after global outage, but more disruptions expected

TORONTO — WestJet says a system-wide outage that caused delays and cancellations across its entire network has been resolved, but it still expects further disruptions.
Canadians companies turning to amenities to lure staff back to offices

Canadians companies turning to amenities to lure staff back to offices

TORONTO — When Lightspeed Commerce Inc. staff headed back to their Montreal office this year after a pandemic hiatus, they found a space double the size of their last with a restaurant serving free meals, a smoothie bar and a barista to craft custom drinks.
Did the Bank of Canada print money to finance the feds? Central bank sets record straight

Did the Bank of Canada print money to finance the feds? Central bank sets record straight

Conservative leadership front-runner Pierre Poilievre has been a loud critic of the Bank of Canada