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Letter: Lament over modernization task force is misplaced

Disappointment rests on a mistaken presumption, writes Ian Russell

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Letter: Greatest climate-related risk is government and regulatory interference

Humans can continue to adapt to the historically modest changes recently seen in our climate, writes David McGruer

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How to distinguish yourself during estate administration

Jump the credibility curve with executors and beneficiaries

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Avoid the transfer-out train

Safeguard your business by knowing your client’s PoA and executor

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Letter: An investor’s perspective on the regulatory treadmill

In most instances, the industry has only itself to blame for the protracted and costly nature of policymaking in this country, writes Harvey Naglie

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Conservative victory looking more realistic

Column: Liberals finally get their wedge issues, but they may not be enough to save Trudeau

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Election nobody seems to want could still be important

Column: Since this election will take us into a post-pandemic era, Canadians need to take a hard look at what’s ahead

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Canadian ETFs ride a global trend

The domestic ETF market continues to grow along with the rest of the world

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An election hasn’t been called yet, but the Conservatives may have already lost

Opinion: The Conservatives are in danger of becoming yesterday’s political brand

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Pharmacare a promise Trudeau might come to regret

The Liberals’ re-election prospects look promising thanks to the co-operation of Big Pharma

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Carbon tax ruling may set off years of turf fighting between the feds and provinces

The ruling appears to have given Ottawa the national policy leverage it has long coveted

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Letter: Time for a national voice for Main Street investors

An investor advisory council would allow retail investors to speak on their own behalf and promote active dialogue between regulators and investors, writes Ken Kivenko

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Opinion: Budget likely a political success that could haunt Liberals later

The Liberals are trying to consolidate support among progressive voters by poaching NDP policy, writes Gord McIntosh

Guardian Capital acquires majority of Ontario investment counselling firm

CEO Ken Rae sells his stake but stays on as key leader

Starting the decade off right


  • By: IE Staff
  • January 17, 2020 January 14, 2020
  • 00:02

Securities law must be reviewed


  • By: IE Staff
  • November 15, 2019 November 14, 2019
  • 00:02

Help your clients get more invested in their retirements

The new retirement reality calls for a reconstructed strategy

Volatility affects all your client’s assets, including their business

A client scenario shows the importance of inquiring about assets you don’t administer

Letter: Ontario’s title protection framework is long overdue

Minimum standards for credentialing bodies, and the robust process for approving those bodies, were determined after extensive consultations, writes Huston Loke

  • By: Huston Loke
  • September 23, 2022 September 23, 2022
  • 10:22

Letter: Policy implementation shouldn’t be a partisan issue

Cited risks from collaboration with industry are unfounded, writes Paul Bourque

Letter: Investors pay the price for rules that should never have existed

The industry must learn to better sense investor needs instead of reacting to regulations, writes Ken Kivenko