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September 22, 2019

 
 
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Canadian companies reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests
Canadian companies reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests
 

Ross Marowits

Violent unrest in Hong Kong is the latest geopolitical threat prompting Canadian companies to review their safety measures for overseas employees, security experts say.

 
“It’s forced companies to kind of look at their policies and procedures around travelling to higher-risk countries where there may be instability,” says Patrick Doyle, American Express Global Business Travel’s Canadian general manager.

 
 
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Canada has taken a perilous road to an asset-based economy
 

Kean Birch

Kean Birch is an associate professor in the department of geography at York University.

 
I predict that Canada’s housing market will crash next year, or in 2021 at the latest.

 
 
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