Cineplex Inc. will hold its annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday. The Toronto-based movie exhibitor’s shares tumbled last week, first on news that the latest James Bond film would be delayed, followed by Ontario’s closure of movie theatres in some regions in response to rising COVID-19 infection rates.
Aritzia Inc. will hold a conference call with analysts after releasing its second-quarter results on Wednesday. The Vancouver-based retailer reported a first-quarter loss and revenue drop after temporarily closing all its stores due to COVID-19 health precautions, but said it sees an opportunity to expand its business amid the global pandemic.
September housing numbers
The Canadian Real Estate Association is set to release September home sales numbers on Thursday. CREA reported record home sales and prices in August, but said the increase was uneven as the housing market levelled off in some regions.
Is your biz or IT consultant your employee? Time to check the fine print, says government of Ontario
The ESA has a new exemption, and the OHSA is addressing the risk of opioid overdoses for workers on the job.
The Ottawa Hospital’s future neuroscience institute ‘a game changer’ for ground-breaking treatment
The new neuroscience institute will provide a hub for brain-related researchers and clinicians – one of the strongest of its kind in the world.
Cannabis company Aphria Inc. will hold a conference call to discuss its first-quarter results on Thursday. The Leamington, Ont.-based company posted a $98.8 million fourth-quarter net loss and a $64 million non-cash asset impairment expense, linked mainly to its international operations in Colombia, Jamaica and Lesotho.
Corus Entertainment’s fourth-quarter results will be released before markets open Friday, followed by a conference call. The media company posted a third-quarter loss of $752.3 million despite increased viewership and engagement across all its platforms during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.