John Heinzl’s model dividend growth portfolio as of July 31, 2022

John Heinzl’s model dividend growth portfolio as of July 31, 2022

John Heinzl’s model dividend growth portfolio as of July 31, 2022 Company Ticker No. of shrs Shr price $** Purchase Price $ Market Value $*** Book Value $*** Gain/Loss % Yield % Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp.* AQN-T 485 17.91 13.62 8,686.35 6,606.95 31.47% 5.18% BCE Inc.* ECB-T 80 64.70 57.97 5,176.00 4,637.70 11.61% 5.69% … Read more

Tesla steps up lobbying effort with Ontario, Ottawa to set up a ‘manufacturing facility’

Tesla steps up lobbying effort with Ontario, Ottawa to set up a ‘manufacturing facility’

An electric vehicle is charged at a Tesla charging station in Ottawa on July 13.Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press Canada’s ambitions of becoming an electric-vehicle powerhouse are being newly fueled by interest from Tesla Inc. TSLA-Q in locating a major manufacturing facility in Ontario. While rumors of such an investment by the pioneering EV maker were … Read more

More emergency departments across Canada forced to temporarily close because of staff shortages

More emergency departments across Canada forced to temporarily close because of staff shortages

Ambulances parked by the emergency deptartment at Toronto Western Hospital on July 14.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail Ottawa’s Montfort Hospital was among the hospitals across Canada forced to close their emergency departments over the weekend, suggesting the most acute effects of the country’s shortage of nurses are starting to spread beyond smaller communities and into … Read more

Air Canada losses, pension boosts and real estate trends: The business and investing stories you need to know about this week

Air Canada losses, pension boosts and real estate trends: The business and investing stories you need to know about this week

An Air Canada jet takes off from Trudeau Airport in Montreal, Thursday, June 30, 2022. Air Canada is cutting more than 15 per cent of its scheduled flights in July and August as airports face lengthy delays and cancellations amid an overwhelming travel resurgence.Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press Getting caught up on a week that got … Read more

Ottawa to use regulations to ban handgun imports until legislation passes

Ottawa to use regulations to ban handgun imports until legislation passes

Minister of Public Safety Marco Mendicino speaks alongside minister of Foreign Affairs Melanie Joly, left, and MP Yvan Baker, during a press conference announcing new gun control laws, in Toronto, on Aug. 5.Cole Burston/The Canadian Press The federal government is banning the import of most handguns into Canada through a regulatory mechanism that will come … Read more

Wildfire southwest of Penticton, BC, prompts more evacuation alerts and orders

Wildfire southwest of Penticton, BC, prompts more evacuation alerts and orders

The Keremeos Creek wildfire burning north of Keremeos, BC, on July 29.HO/The Canadian Press Hundreds of Interior BC residents were on evacuation alert over the weekend as two wildfires in the province grew after a week of dry conditions during a heat wave in Western Canada. The Keremeos Creek fire was first discovered on Friday … Read more

Shopify losses, job vacancies and a technical recession: The business and investing stories you need to know about this week

Shopify losses, job vacancies and a technical recession: The business and investing stories you need to know about this week

The logo of Shopify hangs behind the Canadian flag after the company’s IPO at the New York Stock Exchange on May 21, 2015.Lucas Jackson/Reuters Getting caught up on a week that got away? Here’s your weekly digest of the Globe’s most essential business and investing stories, with insights and analysis from the pros, stock tips, … Read more

What to do if you can’t make your mortgage payments amid historic correction to home prices

What to do if you can’t make your mortgage payments amid historic correction to home prices

Real estate fintech HouseSigma estimates the Greater Toronto Area’s median detached home has plunged almost 25 per cent – ​​in less than five months.Fred Lum Welcome to Mortgage Rundown, a quick take on Canada’s home financing landscape from mortgage strategist Robert McLister. We’re witnessing a historic correction to home prices, Royal Bank of Canada warned … Read more

Harper didn’t address ‘batty’ Poilievre policies in endorsement: former cabinet ministers

Harper didn’t address ‘batty’ Poilievre policies in endorsement: former cabinet ministers

Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre rises during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on June 15.Justin Tang/The Canadian Press Two Stephen Harper-era cabinet ministers say his endorsement of Pierre Poilievre for the leadership of the Conservative party failed to address the candidate’s “batty” economic policies. Lawrence Cannon, a Quebec lieutenant … Read more

The earnings season is off to a rocky start. Here’s what to look out for next

The earnings season is off to a rocky start.  Here’s what to look out for next

Investors are scouring second-quarter earnings reports, including several landing this week in Canada and the US, for signs of an economic slowdown and just how bad it could get. The impact of surging inflation and energy prices on corporate margins and revenues, and the outlook for the last half of this year, are all expected … Read more