The Globe and Mail - Report on Business

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 5:07:34 PM UTC
Before BMO led stock sale for marijuana grower, CIBC lent money
CIBC led a $20-million credit facility extended to MedReleaf last April to help the cannabis company grow
Canada’s immigration lab: What the country can learn from PEI
The country’s smallest province is betting big on immigrants for its economic salvation. Does the Charlottetown model hold the answer to the country’s aging population problem?
Anger over minimum-wage response could pose threat to Tim Hortons brand
On Friday, roughly 50 protests were planned across Canada, a social-media campaign is encouraging a boycott, and the brand has become a political punching bag for Kathleen Wynne
Ottawa triggers NAFTA’s Chapter 19 to appeal U.S. import duties
Request for review on C Series planes, softwood lumber duties comes ahead of latest round of talks
Tahoe Resources denies reports of water contamination near Peru gold mine
One report claimed that a leaching pit had overflowed at Tahoe’s Shahuindo mine site, flooding a nearby village with toxic materials