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How TIFF's business is affected when the rest of Canada can see the films |  CBC News

How TIFF’s business is affected when the rest of Canada can see the films | CBC News

Amidst sold-out film premieres and star-studded red carpets, another side of the Toronto International Film Festival unfolded at venues like the Soho Metropolitan Hotel on Wellington Street. “Every hotel room has a different sales representative,” said Laurie May, co-chairman of Elevation Pictures and a TIFF board member. Behind the scenes, distributors and studios met with …

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Ottawa could lose more than $5 billion in CEBA pandemic loans to small businesses

Ottawa could lose more than $5 billion in CEBA pandemic loans to small businesses

Export Development Canada headquarters in Ottawa on February 14, 2019.Justin Tang / The Globe and Mail Ottawa may not be able to recoup $5 billion or more of the $49 billion in emergency loans it provided to small businesses during the pandemic shutdowns, according to a government projection. The task of chasing business owners to …

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Dollarama attracts shoppers from 'all walks of life' looking for relief from high prices - Business News

Dollarama attracts shoppers from ‘all walks of life’ looking for relief from high prices – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press People walk into a Dollarama store in Toronto, September 25, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy Discount retailer Dollarama Inc. is gaining new customers as Canadian shoppers “step away” from more expensive stores and gravitate toward lower-priced dollar stores amid inflation. The retail chain said on Friday it was attracting consumers from …

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Cameron Smith lays out ‘business’ case but LIV Golf defection casts cloud over legacy | Angus Fontaine

CAccording to his trainer Grant Field, ameron Smith is already a “highly paid Queensland bogan” and has won over $14 million in prize money this year. But the world’s No. 2 working-class hero will be earning about 10 times as much now that he’s officially joined the rival LIV Golf Series and become golf’s mustache-twirling …

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Investors need a new strategy for volatile times, says author of Tao of Trading.  Here's what he recommends.

Investors need a new strategy for volatile times, says author of Tao of Trading. Here’s what he recommends.

Be smart, be quick and don’t rely on buying dip. That was the research arm of investment institute BlackRock, which on Monday laid out a “golden” landscape for investors grappling with inflation and recession fears as the earnings season looms large. Our call of the day comes from the founder of the Tao of Trading …

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Celsius cryptoplatform stopped sampling because bitcoins reserved 13%

Celsius cryptoplatform stopped sampling because bitcoins reserved 13%

Celsius founder and CEO Alex Mashinsky when he appeared in a promotional video for Celsius uploaded to YouTube.Screenshot: Celsius / YouTube The Celsius crypt network has stopped all trading, including withdrawals, according to a press release issued overnight. The unusual step comes at a time when the main cryptocurrencies have collapsed over the weekend and …

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From “zero to 100 it went really fast”: How business owners are coping with the new wedding boom – ABC Everyday

“We’ve been in two regimes since COVID, ‘ghost town’ and ‘fucking crazy.’” This is how wedding photographer Rick Liston sums up the last two years of working in the wedding industry in Victoria. What was it like to go from months without work to the tidal wave of weddings approaching you? I talked to a …

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Gary Ng was fined $ 5 million and a life ban

Gary Ng was fined $ 5 million and a life ban

Gary Ng, a former Winnipeg investment adviser and owner of a Winnipeg asset management company, has been fined $ 5 million by the Canadian Investment Industry Regulatory Organization (IIROC), the highest fine it can. IIROC claimed that Ng falsified financial information to secure loans that eventually allowed him to obtain $ 100 million in Vancouver-based …

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