TORONTO – Five things to see in the world of Canadian business in the coming week:
Maybe not pot
Alimentation Couche-Late Inc. will release the results of its second quarter on Tuesday. The president of the company said in & # 39; September to the reluctance of its own employees and wider uncertainty & # 39; on the cannabis market & # 39; North America & # 39; America are preventing from entering the sector thrives.
Annual report complaints against providers & # 39; telecommunication and television services will be released on Tuesday by the Commission for Complaints for Telecommunications Services Television CCTS. The CRTC recently held a public hearing ordered by the government in & # 39; & # 39 allegations, practices & # 39; misleading or aggressive sales industry.
Revenue Bonanza Bank
The proceeds from the bank starts this week, and Scotiabank starts on Tuesday, followed on Wednesday by RBC, and CIBC and TD on Thursday. Canada's biggest banks are expected to close the financial year with & # 39; her health was supported by increases in interest rates and conditions & # 39; favorable credit with a "whimper" of & # 39; quarter.
CMHC will release the results of & # 39; the Market Survey Rent & # 39; Fall Wednesday The government agency recently described the real estate market of Canada as "very vulnerable" and indicated rates & # 39; higher than normal vacancies or rental inventory & # 39; unsold new buildings in & # 39; Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon and Regina.
Number of GDP
The Statistics Canada will release the GDP figures for the third quarter on Friday. According to Thomson Reuters Eikon, economists are expecting a reading of & # 39; 1.9 per cent for annual growth in the quarter, & # 39; down from 2.9 percent annual pace in the second quarter.
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