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Consultations on a proposed Alberta Pension Plan are on hold until the province gets asset transfer figures from the Office of the Chief Actuary of Canada, pension engagement panel chair Jim Dinning said Friday."It is hard for Albertans to provide concrete perspectives when many variables concerning an Alberta plan depend upon the size of that asset transfer," Dinning said at a news conference in Edmonton with Finance Minister Nate Horner.Dinning said uncertainty around the asset transfer amount
International students in Toronto react to the federal government's announcement that prospective international students will need to show they have access to $20,635 instead of the $10,000 requirement that had been in place for two decades, on top of paying for travel and tuition.
DALLAS (AP) — Southwest Airlines flight attendants have voted down a contract offer reached by negotiators for the airline and the union. The Transport Workers Union Local 556 said Friday that the proposal was voted down 64% to 36%. The local’s president, Lyn Montgomery, said the vote followed five years of negotiations during which the flight crews have not received pay raises. “We will go back to the table to achieve the collective bargaining agreement that meets the needs of the hardest-worki
American Airlines has asked a U.S. appeals court to reverse a judge's decision that sided with the U.S. Department of Justice and declared that its now-scrapped U.S. Northeast partnership with JetBlue Airways was anticompetitive. American Airlines in a brief filed late on Wednesday told the Boston-based 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that while its joint venture with JetBlue is over, the judge's ruling invalidating their partnership must be overturned because it threatens a wide range of other collaborations between competitors. American said U.S. District Judge Leo Sorokin's "sweeping" decision ruled against their partnership even though joint ventures are "virtually never" deemed illegal under antitrust law "because they usually have a pro-competitive rationale."
At Hyundai’s electric-vehicle plant in Singapore, robotic arms assemble cars in specialized cells while robot dogs monitor the procedure. It’s a new method of automaking taking place in smaller, more flexible “microfactories.” Photo: Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Centre
Retirement can seem like a faraway goal until all of a sudden, it's not. When you only have a few years left until you retire, the financial decisions you make take on a new importance. Once you're inside the five-year window, that's a good time to review your plan to make sure you're on track. […] The post How to Master the Last 5 Years Before Retirement appeared first on SmartReads CMS - SmartAsset.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers added a healthy 199,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate fell, fresh signs that the economy could achieve an elusive “soft landing,” in which inflation would return to the Federal Reserve’s 2% target without causing a steep recession. Friday’s report from the Labor Department showed that the unemployment rate dropped from 3.9% to 3.7%, not far above a five-decade low of 3.4% in April. The jobless rate has now remained below 4% for nearly two years, the l
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In Atlantic City, New Jersey, where $5 billion worth of gambling takes place each year, there is no supermarket for residents. Mobile grocery stores are sent into poor areas of the city to bring residents access to fresh meat and produce, at below-market rates. (Dec. 8) (AP Video: Tassanee Vejpongsa)
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Prince Harry's libel case against the Mail on Sunday over an article about security arrangements must go to trial, a judge at London's High Court has ruled - rejecting the duke's bid to have the publisher's defence thrown out. The Duke of Sussex, 39, is suing Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) over an article published in February 2022, covering his legal challenge against the Home Office following a decision to change his publicly funded security arrangements when visiting the UK.
Telus Corp. is urging the CRTC to address a "dramatically" changing industry landscape, echoing its Canadian broadcasting rivals, as the federal regulator's three-week hearing held in response to the Online Streaming Act winds down. The company made a presentation before the commission on the penultimate day of the CRTC's hearing, which was launched after Ottawa's passage of the law formerly known as Bill C-11. The hearing, which gathered feedback from Canada's major broadcasting companies, fore
Retiring at age 62 and filing for Social Security will reduce a person’s lifetime benefits by up to 30% compared to waiting until their full retirement age. However, a person with $2.5 million in a Roth IRA may feel more comfortable retiring at age 62, despite the impact that early retirement will have on their […] The post I Have $2.5 Million in a Roth IRA and Will Receive $2,500 Monthly From Social Security. Can I Retire at 62? appeared first on SmartReads by SmartAsset.