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January 24, 2021

 
 
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Canadians change careers, return to school as COVID-19 rages on
 

Chris Young/The Canadian Press

Canadians change careers, return to school as COVID-19 rages on
 

Tara Deschamps

When COVID-19 swept across Canada last year, Andre Mazerolle’s 25-year career in marketing ground to a halt as he was laid off from his job.
 
Gutted, the Oshawa, Ont. man poured himself into his motorcycle hobby while he tried to plot the next phase in his working life. Then a chance conversation with a friend made him realize there was a way to do both.
 
 
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RBC market forecast, industrial REITs’ upside and renewable energy stocks on a tear: What you need to know in investing this week
 

Sébastien Thibault /The Globe and Mail

  RBC market forecast, industrial REITs’ upside and renewable energy stocks on a tear: What you need to know in investing this week
 

S.R. Slobodian

 
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What Obama’s learnings about diversity can teach all of us
 

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  What Obama’s learnings about diversity can teach all of us
 

Harvey Schachter

 
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Can my new employer take legal action if I have a secret start-up?
 

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  Can my new employer take legal action if I have a secret start-up?
 

Andrea Yu

 
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Latest posted news
 
  Patent dispute heats up as Steelhead LNG fights natural gas producers
 
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  After years of operating in ‘stealth mode,’ Telus subsidiary prepares for initial public offering
 
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  No-brainer that Canadians should be able to buy alcohol online from producers
 
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Opinion
 
For Senator Murray Sinclair, leadership is defined by humility
 

Karl Moore and Wáhiakatste Diome-Deer

In a moment of doubt, Senator Murray Sinclair, a member of the Ojibwe First Nation, thought he wanted to be a carpenter. But an elder told Manitoba’s first Indigenous judge and former chief commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that the law would never leave him. As a politician, jurist and community activist, he has dedicated his life to highlighting the power of conversation as a means of educating Canadians about a more complete version of their country’s history. Later this week, Mr. Sinclair will step down from the Senate after almost five years of service. He plans to mentor young lawyers in Indigenous law and to write his memoir.
 
What is a leader from an Indigenous viewpoint?
 
 
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From energy and resources
 
Kenney calls on Trudeau to push for direct compensation from U.S. over Keystone XL cancellation
 
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From financial services
 
  Progressives are seething over Biden’s likely pick for banking regulator
 
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Globe Investor
 
  Insiders are buying as VersaBank eyes the mortgage market
 
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From economy
 
  Online shopping pushed retail sales up in November, but December numbers expected to show drop
 
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From technology, telecom and media
 
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei praises U.S. tech in first word from company since Biden inauguration
 
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From small business
 
  CFIB raises forecast of how many small businesses may vanish
 
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From careers
 
  The way we understand laziness is a lie
 
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In case you missed it
 
Area One Farms invests alongside farmers to help them expand, build sustainable operations
 

Aaron Vincent Elkaim/The Globe and Mail

  Area One Farms invests alongside farmers to help them expand, build sustainable operations
 

Jeffrey Jones

 
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