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Yves Engler | Canada's proportion of the world's 59 biggest banks is more than 15 times this country's share of global population.
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Credit union signage. Photo: Big City Signs/flickr
Nora Loreto | Banking jobs are moving online, where both customers and workers lose real-life interaction, and worse, in many cases, are replaced with nothing so that the banks can continue to make record profits.
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Nora Loreto | Now more than ever, journalists need to make the connection between bank profits and human misery.
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Yves Engler | CIBC is a major player in the region and has been linked to various tax avoidance schemes. Ottawa shaped post-independence Caribbean banking regulations.
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Veruca Salt
Nora Loreto | Canada's major banks are at it again: they're hiking user fees. Last year, Canada's six major banks made $34,880,000,000 in profits.
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Nora Loreto | As Canadians struggle with increasingly damaging austerity politics, the time has come to confront the one sector that is still living the sweet life: the banks.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Greek voters rejected austerity in a referendum only to see their government approve the very economic measures they had just voted against. Louis Philippe Rochon says Greece needs to leave the EU.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Last weekend, Greek voters turned down the terms of a financial bailout. Costas Panayotakis explains what led 60% of voters to reject the deal and what will happen next in Greece.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | As the economy of the U.S. continues to stagnate, the banks have escaped scot free and the poor are targeted. Karen Dolan is author of a new report about the criminalization of poverty.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | We live in a society where the majority of people are up to neck in debt. And contrary to what we are told, the big banks want to keep it that way, according to Andrew Ross.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | The big banks in Canada listen to no one, not even governments which are pathologically pro-free market and who have bailed all of them out with billions in taxpayers' dollars.
Columnists
Ellen Russell | When a small group of people are exercising disproportionate public influence, it's a good time to consider conflict of interest issues.