Canada's trade deficit doubled to $3.3B in April as COVID-19 walloped imports and exports
Canada's exports and imports plunged in April on falling oil prices and as the coronavirus pandemic shut down factories and retail stores, Statistics Canada said on Thursday, adding that the reopening of most auto assembly plants may help trade in the coming months.
Updated Accounting group CPA victimized by cyberattack, some data on 329,000 people stolen
The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada says a cyberattack on its website has affected the personal information of more than 329,000 members and stakeholders.
Personal bankruptcies fell to record low in April, but could be poised to soar
The number of people filing for bankruptcy fell to a record low in April, as government support programs and mortgage deferrals during the coronavirus pandemic appear to be keeping people's heads above water for now.