Also on the journey: 12 veterans, nine guides, two Olympic hockey players, a documentary film crew, one Czech German shepherd a reporter. Together, we form the largest Arctic expedition ever.
Jun 26, 2014
Couche-Tard is part of a growing contingent of Quebec companies that have moved beyond cross-border shopping to hunt acquisitions all over the world.
Jun 20, 2014
Education, health care to see cuts as Liberals try to rid province of deficit
Jun 01, 2014
Circus act’s latest project is its first show inspired by a movie
May 29, 2014
Federalist former prime minister to be named chairman as company distances itself from Pierre Karl Péladeau, a high-profile Parti Québécois MLA
May 29, 2014
Head of company’s aluminum business leaves after nursing unit back to health with dramatic spending cuts
May 27, 2014
High cost, political tensions threaten joint venture with state-owned Rostec to build turboprop planes
May 22, 2014
Couillard will need to convince Quebeckers they can no longer enjoy the most generous social services in Canada and throw millions in incentives at companies
May 20, 2014
The seven of us were sitting out the storm. In our small green tent that was held up in the middle by the longest ski we had, we sat cross legged around the camping stove we had come to revere. This was the sole barrier between us and the minus-20 ...
May 09, 2014
CEO has engineered a remarkable turnaround, but must now convince wary investors to buy into expansion
May 08, 2014
Sophie Cousineau is The Globe and Mail’s chief Quebec correspondent. She has been working as a journalist for more than 20 years, and was La Presse’s business columnist prior to joining the Globe in 2012. Ms. Cousineau earned a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Illinois and a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from McGill University. Her columns appear weekly in the Report on Business.