The loonie has been trading above 81 cents US for seven days in a row and currency analysts say it could climb further in coming months.
Senior Digital Broadcast Journalist
The business beat has captivated Anne Gaviola for more than a decade. It is her mission to deliver news that helps people make the best decisions for themselves and their families by understanding the ever-changing world we live in. Her areas of interest include fintech, housing, the future of work as well as diversity, equity and inclusion.
A graduate of Carleton University’s Bachelor of Journalism program, she began her career as a student reporter with CTV in Ottawa. She has since worked at CBC, VICE, The Weather Network, ABS-CBN and most recently, BNN Bloomberg.
In 2018, Anne took a pause from journalism to work at one of Canada’s leading blockchain companies where she learned about the cryptocurrency industry and decentralized finance. Her fascination with disruptive technology continues to this day.
Anne was born in the Philippines and has lived and worked on three continents. These days, she calls Toronto home. When she’s not filing stories for multiple platforms, she enjoys snowboarding, standup paddle boarding and keeping up with her two young children.
Affordable housing advocates say young Canadians who remain shut out of the housing market are the collateral damage of policymakers unwilling to make big moves to cool pricing.
Housing that is bigger than a shoebox condo but smaller than a single-family detached home is referred to as the “missing middle.”
Fifty-three per cent of Canadians say they’re $200 or less away from not being able to pay bills and meet monthly debt obligations, according to a new survey.
Measures offering targeted support for women who were disproportionately impacted by COVID are needed in the upcoming federal budget, economists and labour market analysts say.
Pent-up demand for social interaction, plus record savings during COVID-19, could fuel an economic bump reminiscent of the Roaring 20s, a growing number of economists say.
Walmart is gearing up for a battle against another multinational that has also reaped record profits during the pandemic, says retail expert David Soberman.
People are paying huge sums of money for NFTS — things they’ll never hold and that they have to share with the world.