The Canadian dollar ended Tuesday at its lowest point since August 2004, closing more than half a cent from the previous session. The loonie closed at 75.87 cents US, down .58 cent of a U.S. cent from Friday's close.
The advent of social media has brought a new type of connectedness and an easier way to share thoughts and content across the world. It also allows companies like fast food chain Whataburger to add to the beef when music artists feud, as was the case in last week's squabble between Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill and Canadian crooner, Drake.
It's not always easy to predict which companies will succeed in Canada's retail landscape, but those that are able to innovate and bring customers new experiences are most likely to succeed, according to one analyst.
The head of the country's largest dairy processor says Saputo Inc. is well-positioned to prosper no matter what changes may come to Canada's dairy supply management system as a result of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership.