Is The Current Cash In Bank Asya Supporting Terrorism?

The Asya bank was once a prominent bank in Turkey but not anymore. However, in recent reports, it has been revealed that the Supreme Court Of Appeals in Turkey has ruled the... Read more »

Goldman Sachs Warns About US Interest Rates And Debt

In recent news, Goldman Sachs has warned the United States of possible increases in not just interest rates, but believes that the country will face high debt levels as well. Moreover, the... Read more »

Cities of Canada with the highest rents

If you are in Toronto and are looking to rent a home, you may not like this news very well. The Padmapper website published its report on the value of rents throughout... Read more »

The Most Uplifting Cryptocurrency Story is coming from the Least Likely Place

While every single cryptocurrency forum has been filled with negativity through every stage of the most recent bubble, one coin has maintained a positive, and, surprisingly, generous nature: Dogecoin. Dogecoin kicked off... Read more »

How Differio Is Emerging as a Top Menswear Retailer in the U.S.

Today, men’s fashion is a multi-billion dollar industry, and there’s one online retailer that’s benefiting from this surge in stylish menswear. Based in New York City, Differio launched their menswear ecommerce in... Read more »

10 Ways to Save Money on Auto Insurance

By Brian O’Connell of TheStreet.com The average cost of car insurance ranges widely province by province in Canada. But expect to pay at least $1,027 a year on auto insurance, or more... Read more »

Justin Trudeau talks about technology and immigration in California

San Francisco – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in San Francisco with two issues on his mind: Having Canada as the headquarters for US technology companies in the midst of the... Read more »

Rachel Notley has no change at winning another term if Kinder Morgan gets more delays

This is Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s last shot before she’s faced with a embarrassing loss in the 2019 provincial election. The pipeline fight between Alberta and BC is out of hand, both... Read more »

Australia Wants to Increase its Defense Exports to Canada

Multiple news agencies reported last week that the Australian government is going to have a subsidy program for the country’s security equipment and ammunition industry. The objective is to move up Australia... Read more »

Trudeau to face skeptical Midwest students on first leg of U.S. trade trip

OTTAWA — A former top adviser to Barack Obama says he hopes Justin Trudeau makes the case for trade when he addresses a group of skeptical American students this week. The topic... Read more »