TORONTO – Five things you should follow in the Canadian business world next week:
Cannabis producers Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, Tilray and Chronos reported their latest financial results last week. The introduction of a legal pot has been uneven across the country, and there are major delivery and delivery problems in Ontario and Quebec.
TransCanada Corp. hosts its annual Investor Day on Tuesday. The company said on Friday that it was committed to the Keystone XL crude pipeline project, despite the Montana judge's decision to undergo a new environmental assessment.
Ghislain Houle, Financial Director of CN Rail, deals with the Scotiabank Transportation & Industrials conference in Toronto on Tuesday. In October, a Montreal company announced its 99-year history of the largest quarterly earnings, which helped address concerns about its ability to function.
Loblaw Companies Ltd. discussing the third quarter results on Wednesday. In September, the merchant announced that he would save $ 368 million or 98 cents per share in the third quarter, which was associated with the former Barbadian Banking subsidiary Glenhuron Bank Ltd. after the recent Tax Court of Canada decision.
Monthly dwelling numbers
CREA expects to publish monthly home sales data on October of October. The September results showed that home sales fell for the first time in five months in Vancouver and Toronto with a weakened market.