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The U.K.’s deepening wounds

Brexit isn't the only story unfolding in Britain, but it is the loudest

Midstreamers stay afloat

Companies that own oil pipelines and refineries are not affected by commodity prices

Take that, Ontario

Premier François Legault is riding a $7.5-billion surplus

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Letter: Advisors must embrace “factfulness”

Many advisors in Canada are providing the same kind of advice they offered 20 years ago

The dangers of lax oversight

Policy-makers in the financial services industry – like those in the National Hockey League, who must fix its fatally flawed approach to overseeing Canada’s favourite…

  • By: IE Staff
  • May 31, 2019 November 12, 2019
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Government blown off course

The budget bill is missing key measures announced in the March 22 budget

Stacked white books on rules and regulations

Regulatory costs weaken portfolio returns: IIAC

Aggressive deregulation agenda would not interfere with completion of the client-focused reforms, association president argues

Batten down the hatches

Editorial

  • By: IE Staff
  • May 3, 2019 November 12, 2019
  • 00:01
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Attack of the premiers

Andrew Scheer may lead the federal Conservatives, but Jason Kenney and Doug Ford have set the narrative for the October federal election

Focus on the achievable

Editorial

Parliament buildings on a sunny day

“Don’t forget the budget”

The Liberals want voters to keep thinking about the budget — and not the SNC-Lavalin scandal

A new era of enforcement

Editorial

  • By: IE Staff
  • March 8, 2019 November 12, 2019
  • 15:01
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Why the change of heart?

The SNC-Lavalin affair deserves a royal commission, but not for the reason most people would expect

Starting the decade off right

Editorial

  • By: IE Staff
  • January 17, 2020 January 14, 2020
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Securities law must be reviewed

Editorial

  • By: IE Staff
  • November 15, 2019 November 14, 2019
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Merging the SROs is not the answer

Editorial

Quebec’s “comeback kids”

These politicians had left politics, only to return in decidedly different roles and with new ambitions

No need to panic

Alberta's prospects are much better than the media and separatist movement make them seem

The planet is the winner

Trudeau managed to get elected advocating a carbon tax - after buying an oil pipeline

Is self-regulation working in the public interest?

IIROC’s findings of industry misconduct require a stronger response

The slow death of Canada’s banking ombudsman

The independent dispute resolution service has been abandoned by most of the big Canadian banks

Clients have spoken — and regulators should listen

IFIC’s recent Canadian Mutual Fund Investor Survey found that investors are very satisfied with their advisors and prefer to pay their fees indirectly