Weinstein Company, Harvey Weinstein’s former firm, introduced plans to file for chapter safety on Monday evening. On Tuesday, a 394-page record was revealed, which listed the collectors to whom the corporate owes cash. Deadline reported the record consists of many notable actors and administrators who produced works for Weinstein Co.
A assume tank report commissioned by Elections Canada is recommending some stiff new restrictions on cash raised and spent by advocacy teams to affect the result of federal election campaigns. And the suggestions are being welcomed by the Trudeau authorities, which is promising laws alongside these strains someday this spring.
Frank Meyers, a 90-year old farmer from Quinte West, says that even after four years, he still refuses to accept cheques from the federal government to pay for the expropriation of his farmland. Canada’s Department of National Defence expropriated the land, which sits just north of CFB Trenton, so it could
The federal government released its 2018 budget on Tuesday and with it, more details on how legal marijuana will be taxed. READ MORE: Canadian military to spend up to $170K on goggles that mimic a pot buzz The budget reaffirmed plans to apply an excise duty on marijuana, but confirmed
Good morning! This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news emailed to subscribers every Saturday morning. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you can do that by clicking here. Why would more than two dozen patient advocacy groups want to stop Health Canada from
Canadians are withdrawing more money from their retirement savings to pay for short-term expenses despite the tax consequences, according to a new bank survey. About 40 per cent of the 1,500 people polled online in December by the Bank of Montreal (BMO) said they have made a withdrawal from their RRSP. The
Let’s face it, money stress — whether there’s enough to pay the bills, the rising cost of living or mounting debt — keeps Canadians up at night. Meet Money123, a new newsletter by money and consumer reporter, Erica Alini. Starting Feb. 17, Erica will send Money123 to your inbox each Saturday
OTTAWA – Traffickers are exploiting Canadian money service businesses to buy deadly fentanyl from overseas and then launder the proceeds through banks and credit unions, warns the national financial intelligence agency. The federal Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre is issuing a detailed operational alert to help businesses detect and
Know that nagging feeling that you’re always stretched thin financially? It may be a symptom of much more serious trouble down the line. People don’t stumble into a debt hole overnight, said Scott Hannah, head of the B.C.-based Credit Counselling Society. In most cases, the path toward unmanageable debt problems
A coalition of First Nations is raising money through a GoFundMe campaign to mount a legal challenge to the proposed oil-tanker ban on British Columbia’s north coast. The challenge is coming from the backers of the proposed Eagle Spirit pipeline, a First Nation-led project that would bring oil from Alberta