Tag: Canada

  • North Lanaudière has the most bankruptcies…in Canada

    Last year, an average of 78 people filed for bankruptcy every day in Quebec. The situation is particularly worrying in the north of Lanaudière, which has the largest number of insolvency files in the country in a given area, according to the data collected by our investigative office. “[Dans] the entire north of Lanaudière, including…

  • RBC can buy HSBC Canada in exchange for affordable housing

    After a year of considering the matter, Ottawa finally approved the Royal Bank of Canada’s (RBC) takeover of HSBC Canada on Thursday evening after securing job creation commitments and a $7 billion donation for affordable housing. • Also read: RBC is acquiring HSBC Canada for $13.5 billion In addition to integrating HSBC Canada’s operations into…

  • Nearly 100,000 Toyota and Lexus vehicles have been recalled in Canada for safety reasons

    The Japanese automaker is issuing a safety recall for certain Toyota and Lexus vehicles manufactured between 2020 and 2022. • Also read: Do not sit in the passenger seat of this vehicle, warns Toyota In Canada, 99,965 vehicles are affected by the recall. A manufacturing defect may have affected the Occupant Classification System (OCS) in…

  • The inflation rate remains stable in Canada in November

    Price increases at grocery stores continued to decline in November from a year earlier, as did prices for cell phone service and heating oil, allowing inflation to stabilize in November, according to Statistics Canada data released Tuesday. • Also read: Lowering the key interest rate: “It’s still too early,” says Tiff Macklem The consumer price…

  • Meet the Galaxy Book4 Series: The smartest, most powerful Galaxy Book yet – Samsung Newsroom Canada

    The Galaxy Book4 series combines ultraportable design, high performance and limitless connectivity to redefine the PC experience. Samsung Electronics Canada Inc. today announced the launch of its smartest line of computers yet: the Samsung Galaxy Book4 Ultra, Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 and Galaxy Book4 Pro. The latest Galaxy Book4 range features a new intelligent processor…

  • This is the most expensive city in Canada to live in

    Toronto and Vancouver have long been considered the most expensive cities in Canada’s ten provinces, and in 2022 they were overtaken by Calgary. Statistics Canada recently unveiled its 2022 Market Basket Measure (MBM) for the provinces and metropolitan areas of the 10 provinces. According to this list, living with an MBM currently costs the most…

  • The Next Evolution in 4K: Immersive Entertainment – ​​​​Samsung Newsroom Canada – Samsung

    Samsung Canada introduces its 2023 Q80C 98-inch 4K QLED TV that captures mesmerizing images for a sensational experience. Everyone knows that the television in every home is a place to gather and enjoy the latest film and television magic. Anyone who values ​​socializing, event management, state-of-the-art technology and a comprehensive entertainment experience knows that the…

  • OVHcloud Canada receives SAP certification for outsourcing partners – Multimedia Link

    SAP offers a certification program for partners who manage customer environments. SAP outsourcing partner certifications help customers find the best service providers that meet their needs in terms of quality, scale and geography, while certified partners can increase their market presence and generate new business revenue. The OVHcloud offering for SAP solutions is based on…

  • The Bank of Canada decides to take another interest rate break

    The Bank of Canada has decided to keep its key interest rate at 5% for the third consecutive day to continue its efforts to combat inflation. The Bank of Canada (BoC) says the country’s economic growth stagnated in the second and third quarters of 2023, that higher interest rates have “significantly” curbed spending and that…

  • The founder of McDonald’s Canada has died at the age of 86

    McDonald’s Canada founder George Cohon has died at the age of 86. His son Mark made the announcement on X, stating that his father passed away on Friday evening. “Our family, Canada and the world have lost a remarkable man,” he wrote. Born in Chicago in 1937, the trained lawyer moved to Toronto in 1967,…