Annoying robocalls, underpaid PhDs & welcome Syrian immigrants: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
From a consumer push to discourage robocalls to a welcome for Syrian refugees from the business world, it was a busy week in business news. CBC's Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up in her weekly video recap.Suncor Energy's hostile bid for Canadian Oil Sands in final arguments
Final arguments in Suncor Energy's hostile bid for Canadian Oil Sands played out before Alberta regulators on Friday.Does Canada need family farms?
Cattle farmer Daniel Schneider says family farms are a vital part of ethical food production and need to be protected. But Colby Cosh argues the eventual disappearance of family farms might actually be good for safety and social mobility in rural Canada.Meat price inflation to slow as cattle, hog prices drop
The prices of live cattle and hogs have dropped sharply this fall from their peaks earlier in the year, meaning cheaper meat may be on its way to supermarkets next year.Whistleblower who exposed Canadians with secret Swiss accounts gets 5 years in prison
Switzerland has sentenced a former bank employee called the "Edward Snowden of tax evasion" to five years in prison for leaking records on 106,000 account holders, including many from Canada, in a move that led to the discovery of billions in unpaid taxes.U.K. arrests executives as Canada Revenue Agency battles KPMG in court
Four senior executives from the Belfast office of international accountancy firm KPMG have been arrested on tax evasion charges.