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What’s a Parent to Do? Let Your Child go it Alone in the Workplace

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This column is part of Globe Careers’ Leadership Lab series, where executives and experts share their views and advice about leadership and management. Follow us at @Globe_Careers. Find all Leadership Lab stories at tgam.ca/leadershiplab. Realistic expectations. This seems to be a focal point of many discussions today involving Generation Y and millennials, specifically those entering the life of independent adulthood. ...

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Péladeau’s Political Exit Raises Questions for Quebecor

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Pierre Karl Péladeau had a tough time breaking away from Quebecor Inc. when he left the media empire in 2014 to try his hand at politics. A return, should he choose that route, might be a whole lot easier. In a surprise announcement Monday, Mr. Péladeau said he has stepped down as leader of the Parti Québécois – renouncing an ...

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Trudeau’s Representative in Senate to Name Deputy, Whip

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s chief representative in the Senate is set to name a deputy leader and whip to handle independent senators, sources say. Senate insiders say Senator Peter Harder, the Government Representative and de facto Senate Leader, will name Diane Bellemare as his deputy and Grant Mitchell as the whip. The announcement is expected Wednesday. Ms. Bellemare was named ...

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Ontario Urged to Make Doctors’ Compensation Public

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The battle between Ontario’s doctors and the provincial government is escalating with the installation of a new Ontario Medical Association president and calls for the names of the province’s doctors and their compensation to be made public. British Columbia and Manitoba publish annually the names of all doctors and the amounts they receive from billing their insurance plans, in an ...

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With the Loonie at 80¢, Let’s do Coffee at New York’s Ritz-Carlton

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Briefing highlights Canadian dollar temporarily cracks 80-cent mark European stocks tumble New York poised to follow suit Australia’s central bank cuts key rate Video: How to say no to more work The soaring loonie The loonie temporarily shot through the 80-cent mark this morning, driven higher by a weaker U.S. dollar and raising questions about how much longer the Canadian ...

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RCMP Seek Access to Panama Papers as Part of Tax-Evasion Investigation

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RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson says the Mounties are “hopeful” they will soon get access to the Panama Papers as part of a criminal investigation into income-tax evasion and money laundering by Canadians with assets in offshore tax havens. Commissioner Paulson would not disclose how the RCMP expect to obtain the 11 million leaked documents known as the Panama Papers, which ...

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A Mogul’s Last Big Deal: Peter Munk to Sell Montenegro Marina

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Barrick Gold founder Peter Munk is selling his last significant investment, Porto Montenegro, the superyacht marina and resort that he built as a Mediterranean rival to Cannes, to Investment Corp. of Dubai for an undisclosed amount. Mr. Munk would not comment on the sale, which had been widely rumoured and was leaked over the weekend in the Montenegro newspaper Vijesti. ...

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Docking Mike Duffy’s Pay Well Within Senate Rules: Housakos

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The chair of the committee that manages the internal workings of the Senate says the decision to dock Mike Duffy’s pay over expense irregularities was well within the rules, and although Mr. Duffy has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing, there is little desire among senators to see him reimbursed. Mr. Duffy, the former broadcast journalist who was acquitted two weeks ...

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Ontario Tries to Allay Auto Sector Fears Over Climate Change Plan

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The Ontario government has moved to reassure the auto sector that it considers the industry crucial to the province’s economy amid a controversy stirred up by a draft action plan on climate change and comments critical of auto companies and executives by Environment Minister Glen Murray. The government has taken the unusual action of issuing a joint statement to the ...

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As Raptors Move to Decisive Game 7, Many Wonder if they’ll Fall Again

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As the Toronto Raptors approach Game 7 of their dramatic up-and-down playoff series with the Indiana Pacers, many may be experiencing déjà vu. The Raptors were in this very position two years ago during their opening-round playoff series with the Brooklyn Nets. They went into that series the higher-seeded team, but struggled to play their best in the post-season. They ...

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