Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 06/9/2014 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
Today's opening numbers:
Dollar 91.49 cents US
Today -- in Montreal, the Montreal Economic Forum discusses various global economic issues. In Toronto, Bankers Petroleum holds investor day.
Tuesday -- in New York, Finance Minister Joe Oliver attends the North American Energy Summit. In Montreal, CAE Inc. president and CEO Marc Parent speaks to the Canadian Club of Montreal. In Washington, the U.S. Commerce Department releases wholesale trade inventories for April and the U.S. Labor Department releases job openings and labour-turnover survey for April.
Wednesday -- in Winnipeg, the North West Company Inc. holds its annual meeting. In Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases digital technology and Internet use for 2013. In St. Laurent, Que. clothing retailer Reitmans Ltd. hold its annual meeting. In Toronto, wealth-management company CI Financial Corp. holds its annual meeting.
Thursday -- in Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases the industrial capacity utilization rates for the first quarter, the new housing price index for April and a Canadian Community Health Survey for 2013. In Vancouver, athletic fashion company Lululemon Athletica reports its first-quarter results.
Business Plan: Marketing Part II Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba, 100-207 Donald St., 204-988-1860, 5:30 p.m. $50.
Strategic real estate investors meeting -- networking & presentations, 7 p.m., Holiday Inn Airport, Ellice at Kenaston. Free. Information: Troy, 204-291-377.
June 10-12: Three-day Business Planning Workshop Millennium Library, Buchwald Room, 251 Donald St., 204-487-6117, 9 a.m. hosted by Entrepreneurship Manitoba. Register: www.manitoba.ca/emb. $60.
Metro Club Business Networking with Qam Haider, Air Source, the Fort Garry Hotel Spa & Conference Centre, 222 Broadway, 204-942-8251, http://www.themetroclub.com, 11:45 a.m. Information: Ron Barsky 204-269-2277. $22.35.
Selling your product or service to the City of Winnipeg World Trade Centre Winnipeg, 219 Provencher Blvd, 3rd Floor, 9 a.m. Register: www.wtcwinnipeg.com/calendar-of-events or 204-984-2272. Free.
Selling your product or service to the Province of Manitoba World Trade Centre Winnipeg, 219 Provencher Blvd, 3rd Floor, 10 a.m. Register: www.wtcwinnipeg.com/calendar-of-events or 204-984-2272. Free.
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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 9, 2014 B7
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