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Canada pension fund Caisse CEO Sabia to quit earlier than planned

12 Nov 2019

TORONTO/MONTREAL Michael Sabia, president and chief executive of the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ), Canada's second largest pension fund, will step down earlier than planned to take the helm of the University of Toronto's global affairs program, the fund and university said on Tuesday.

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Canada pension fund Caisse CEO Sabia to step down for university role

12 Nov 2019

Nov 12 Michael Sabia, president and chief executive of the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ), Canada's second largest pension fund, will step down earlier than planned to take the helm of the University of Toronto's global affairs program, the fund and university said on Tuesday.

As 'Cannabis 2.0' kicks off in Canada, industry strangled by limited retail outlets

17 Oct 2019

A year after Canada legalized use of recreational marijuana cannabis stocks have lost half their market value, and investors betting that the launch of higher-margin pot-infused drinks and other products will quickly lift shares may be in for a bumpy ride. | Video

RPT-As 'Cannabis 2.0' kicks off in Canada, industry strangled by limited retail outlets

17 Oct 2019

Oct 17 A year after Canada legalized use of recreational marijuana cannabis stocks have lost half their market value, and investors betting that the launch of higher-margin pot-infused drinks and other products will quickly lift shares may be in for a bumpy ride.

As 'Cannabis 2.0' kicks off in Canada, industry strangled by limited retail outlets

17 Oct 2019

Oct 17 A year after Canada legalized use of recreational marijuana cannabis stocks have lost half their market value, and investors betting that the launch of higher-margin pot-infused drinks and other products will quickly lift shares may be in for a bumpy ride.

U.S. regulator fines RBC Capital Markets $5 million for unlawful trades

03 Oct 2019

TORONTO RBC Capital Markets has been fined $5 million (C$6.7 million) by the U.S. Commodities and Futures Trading Commission for failures that resulted in unlawful trades and other violations between at least late 2011 and May 2017.

RPT-Vape product concerns weigh on Canadian cannabis companies looking for sales boost

30 Sep 2019

TORONTO, Sept 29 A U.S. recommendation that consumers avoid vaping products containing the active ingredient in marijuana ahead of their legalization in Canada next month could be a blow to Canadian cannabis companies' hopes that the higher-margin products will help propel them to profitability.

Vape product concerns weigh on Canadian cannabis companies looking for sales boost

29 Sep 2019

TORONTO A U.S. recommendation that consumers avoid vaping products containing the active ingredient in marijuana ahead of their legalization in Canada next month could be a blow to Canadian cannabis companies' hopes that the higher-margin products will help propel them to profitability.

Bank of Montreal pays $38 million to settle U.S. SEC charges it hid conflicts

27 Sep 2019

Two units of Bank of Montreal agreed to pay about $38 million to settle U.S. regulatory charges they concealed conflicts of interests by failing to tell clients their money was often being invested in expensive, in-house funds.

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