Shopify shares plunge after report questions company operations

Shopify shares plunge after report questions company operations
VANCOUVER — Shopify Inc. shares plunged nearly 10 per cent Wednesday after a research report alleged the e-commerce platform company operates outside the law. Citron Research, an online stock commentary website whose reports have previously moved the direction of shares for the likes of Valeant and BlackBerry, claims Shopify’s business model does not comply with guidelines set by the Federal... Read More

Canada well-positioned to decarbonize, says wind association president

Canada well-positioned to decarbonize, says wind association president
MONTREAL — Canada is well-positioned to transition to a low-carbon economy as wind and solar projects will be the focus of energy investments over the next two decades, a national wind energy conference was told. Almost three quarters of new energy capacity investments in the country through 2040 will be for the two renewable energy sources, said Alex Morgan, wind... Read More

Alberta Investment Management and Scotiabank selling shares in TMX Group

Alberta Investment Management and Scotiabank selling shares in TMX Group
TORONTO — The Bank of Nova Scotia and Alberta Investment Management Corp. are reducing their stake in TMX Group Ltd. Scotiabank (TSX:BNS) and AIMCo have each agreed to sell 2.75 million shares in the stock exchange operator that combined represent a 9.9 per cent stake in the company. The shares (TSX:X) are being sold at a price of $67 per... Read More

All 4 United Conservative Party leadership candidates vow to repeal farm law

All 4 United Conservative Party leadership candidates vow to repeal farm law
RED DEER, Alta. — All four candidates vying to become the leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party say they would get rid farm safety legislation brought in by the NDP government. Jason Kenney, Doug Schweitzer, Brian Jean and Jeff Callaway were asked Tuesday night at a debate in Red Deer what they would do with the legislation, which puts farms... Read More