It’s no longer just factory workers and long-haul truck drivers at risk of being replaced by robots. Now lawyers could be automated out of work, too.
Critics of Christy Clark’s plan ignore that governments elsewhere in Canada are already falling over themselves to give novice home purchasers a helping hand
December 23rd, 2016 3 comments
In Alberta, a combination of high house prices, soaring personal debt levels and a wave of job losses have pushed many into foreclosure
December 22nd, 2016 20 comments
Our 2016 Newsmakers: Have Elon Musk’s visionary ideas gotten ahead of his ability to deliver? Don’t bet on it.
Donald Trump has been elected to oversee an $18 trillion economy. Get ready for volatility.
November 9th, 2016 3 comments
Regulators appear to finally be cracking down on a popular real-estate investment called a syndicated mortgage that promises big returns and low risks
International trade is slowing. Protectionism is on the rise. For a trade-dependent country like Canada, that spells big trouble.
November 4th, 2016 2 comments
When it comes to innovation Glenn Gould wasn’t all that different from Steve Jobs, says a professor from Apple University who is lecturing in Toronto this week.
Trudeau Report Card: When will the government’s economic plans for bigger deficits pay off?
October 16th, 2016 6 comments
How harebrained rabbit owners created a crisis involving airlifts, a Texas sanctuary—and tens of thousands of dollars
September 29th, 2016 3 comments
The end of physical-phone manufacturing seems like doomsday for the Waterloo, Ont. company—but it may just pay off
September 28th, 2016 4 comments