Malls across the country are beginning to open their doors after weeks of government-mandated shutdowns, but both operators and retail tenants are stepping into uncharted territory amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In the near-term, operators are focused on reopening their properties safely, but there’s a larger concern that shoppers — whoRead More →

Postmedia Network Canada Corp. expects to qualify for at least $20.3 million in COVID-related emergency wage subsidies from the federal government, the owner of Canada’s largest newspaper chain said Friday. It provided the emergency wage subsidy information with its second-quarter financial report, which included a $12.8-million loss for a three-monthRead More →

Some drivers are questioning why they aren’t seeing a significant reduction in insurance rates given the lockdown’s eerily empty roads, especially in light of the insurance industry promising rebates and relief in the order of hundreds of millions of dollars. “They offered me a reduction of two dollars a month untilRead More →

Airlines including United, Delta, EasyJet and others have announced plans to do away with the middle seat in their economy class cabins during the COVID-19 pandemic, the latest move in the aviation industry’s attempts to deal with the coronavirus, which has walloped this industry harder than perhaps any other. United Airlines announcedRead More →