Weekend Business Features
Ethical Profit - (Feb 22-23, 2020) Kris McCusker explores the premise of "Ethical Profit" with author Samantha Richardson. Feb 21, 2020, 05:00 PM
LATEST EPISODES
Ashish Arora - Regional Vice-President at the Bank of Montreal A survey finds that first-time home buyers are more interested in detached houses or townhouses than condos. Bank of Montreal regional vice president Ashish Arora speaks with Richard Dettman. Yesterday at 09:47 AM
Ross Wainwright - CEO of Alida The CEO of a large Canadian market research company explains its re-branding and expansion. Ross Wainwright tells Richard Dettman why Vision Critical is now called Alida. Yesterday at 09:46 AM
Pam Lewis - Co-owner of the Maid's Cottage PAM LEWIS, CO-OWNER OF THE MAIDS' COTTAGE IN NEWMARKET, ONTARIO TALKS ABOUT HOW HER SMALL BUSINESS IS SURVIVING COVID 19. Yesterday at 09:44 AM
Aaron Chin, CEO at Organika Health Products in BC Diversity in the workplace is being talked about a little more these days, but the CEO at Organika Health Products Aaron Chin says it’s not new to his company. Yesterday at 09:40 AM
Jerry Dias, President of Unifor One down, two to go. Unifor president @JerryPDias says the tentative agreement with Ford is a "home run" ahead of negotiations with Fiat-Chrysler and General Motors. Yesterday at 09:39 AM
Michelle Pommells, CEO of Credit Counselling Canada A new survey shows Canadians don't know where to turn for financial help during the pandemic, Kris McCusker speaks to the CEO at Credit Counselling Canada. Yesterday at 09:36 AM
Dennis Darby, CEO at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters The CEO at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters says he likes what he heard in the Throne Speech but he tells Kris McCusker - he wants more information. Yesterday at 09:34 AM
Financial Improvement - (September 19-20, 2020) Kris McCusker and Matt Fabian, Director of Research and Consulting with TransUnion, look at a new study, which found that Canadians are seeing some improvement in their finances since the pandemic first hit. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
Grocery Sustainability - (September 19-20, 2020) Richard Southern finds out if Canadian grocers are prepared for a second wave of the pandemic with Sylvain Charlebois, Senior Director of the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
Apple's New Offerings - (September 19-20, 2020) Kris McCusker and tech expert Marc Saltzman take a closer look at Apple's launch event this week, which was missing one consistent product unveil. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
5G Overhaul - (September 19-20, 2020) Carl Garnich and Corrado Russo, Head of Global Real Estate Securities at Timbercreek Asset Management, look at how the 5G revolution will change Canada's real estate landscape. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
Debts and Deficits - (September 19-20, 2020) Mike Eppel chats with John Manley, Former Finance Minister and Senior Fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute, about why the federal government needs to keep debts and deficits in mind ahead of next week's throne speech. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
Tariff Reversal - (September 19-20, 2020) Kris McCusker chats with Avery Shenfeld, Chief Economist at CIBC, about why the U.S. decided to once again back away from tariffs on Canadian aluminum. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
Corporate Confidence - (September 19-20, 2020) Mike Eppel and Stephanie Terrill, Business Unit Leader, Management Consulting at KPMG Canada, look at new data, which finds that most business leaders are confident that Corporate Canada will thrive post-pandemic. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM
Retirement Readiness - (September 19-20, 2020) Carl Garnich finds out how "lower for longer" interest rates will affect retirement portfolios with Todd Mattina, Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist at Mackenzie Investments. Sep 18, 2020, 05:00 PM