Philippe de Montigny

Philippe de Montigny is Radio-Canada’s business correspondent in Toronto.

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Cannabis companies could go bust in 2020, industry insiders predict

The pot industry has been plagued with supply problems, stiff competition from the black market and a resulting loss of enthusiasm from investors.

Pilot project could see drones deliver much-needed items to northern Ontario First Nations

A Toronto-based company wants to use its drones to deliver items to more than 40 First Nations communities in northern Ontario, many of which aren't easily accessible by road and can only be reached by plane or helicopter.

Toronto Public Health concerned new anti-HIV drug could contribute to spread of other STIs

Public health officials in Toronto are concerned an effective anti-HIV drug known as PrEP could give users a false sense of invincibility and make them less likely to wear condoms and more susceptible to sexually transmitted infections.

Developer sold Ajax homes 5 years ago, hid reason for building delay, buyer says

Delco Management Group failed to tell homebuyers that a proposed Ajax, Ont., subdivision cannot be built until the firm comes to a land-use agreement with its neighbour, according to a couple who bought into the development five years ago.

Black Friday: 5 retail tricks to watch for

Think you’re in control when you go shopping? Stores have honed the science on how to get you to buy more than you came for.

Moore Farm in Gatineau, owned by NCC, could soon get new tenants

Nature enthusiasts could soon have a century-old farm to visit in Gatineau after the 12-hectare property at Moore Farm was left unused for several decades.

Former Everest College students want diplomas after completing programs

Three former students of Everest College in Ottawa say they want diplomas after completing programs, but an Ontario umbrella group insists they don't need the paperwork to graduate.

Crystal app aims to find your personality in social media posts

A popular app that coaches people on how to best communicate with others has drawn some criticism for the way it gathers its intelligence: by generating personality profiles based on social media.