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The outlook for interest rates
Scotiabank Chief Economist Jean-François Perrault on the latest rates forecast and what it means for credit costs and the Canadian dollar.
Why I run
How Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon runners make this year’s race count with the Scotiabank Charity Challenge.
How ‘design thinking’ drives innovation
Want to know more about how ‘design thinking’ helps capture and keep up with fast-changing customer needs? Pamela Hilborn, Design Lead at the Scotiabank Digital Factory shares her insights.
Newest Scotiabank economic outlook finds strength from coast to coast
Canadian economy is strengthening along with a broadly-based surge for all 45 OECD countries, according to the latest Global Outlook from Scotiabank Global Economics.
Cybersecurity is about more than bits and bytes
Defending against cyberattacks, according to security expert and former Deputy Director of the U.S. National Security Agency Chris Inglis, is really about culture and peoples’ ability to think critically.
Trade deficit tunnel-vision raises risks in NAFTA talks
Negotiations for a renewed North American Free Trade Agreement conclude their third session this week in Ottawa amid cautious optimism that a deal can be struck by year’s end. But there are few signs of progress on the toughest issue: American concerns about a growing trade deficit with Mexico.
Caring for Canada’s wounded veterans
What do we owe to those who suffer injury or illness while serving their country in the Canadian Armed Forces?
The Scotiabank Giller Prize unveils nominees in the first year without its founder
The Scotiabank Giller Prize returns this week with the announcement of the longlist for the esteemed Canadian literary prize, but this year there will be a seminal presence missing: its kind, charming, stubborn, tenacious founder Jack Rabinovitch.
4 keys to customer-focused innovation
Can every customer experience be as easy as ordering an Uber? At Elevate Toronto, a three-day innovation conference, some of the brightest minds from the start-up community and corporate sector gathered to share their ideas and experiences around customer-driven digital innovation.
Banking needs more women in tech — here’s how one financial institution is driving change
As the banking industry goes through a digital transformation, there’s a “war for talent,” says Kyle McNamara, Executive Vice President, Global Retail Banking Technology at Scotiabank.
Scotiabank Arena partnership builds on ‘hockey bank’ brand
Chief Marketing Officer John Doig and Vice President of Sponsorship and Philanthropy Jacqueline Ryan discuss the benefits of the new partnership for Scotiabank.
Our Quarter with Brian Porter
What’s on the mind of Scotiabank’s President and CEO? In an exclusive video interview, Brian Porter discusses the bank’s third-quarter results, including the positive outlook for the Canadian economy and the future of NAFTA.
This is a must-win issue for Canada at the NAFTA talks
How a unique wilderness expedition impacted a Scotiabank executive’s views about leadership
Kick-starting youth: How FútbolNet soccer camps teach tools for success
In an open field in Lima, Peru, beside a tall hill lined with buildings, victory has just slipped out of reach for the young soccer player.
Waving the flag: Young Canadian football players compete against top international teams
On a sprawling football field on an overcast day in northern Toronto, 13-year-old Luca Accettola and his teammates are at one of the last practices before the big tournament. Luca’s thinking about more than his opponents.
Who are Canada’s Best Young Photographers? Introducing the Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award
Three young Canadian photographers will get to have their careers kick-started by a new photography award.
Guiding the Giving: How Jacquie Ryan’s unorthodox career path led her to her dream job in sponsorship and philanthropy at Scotiabank
Jacquie Ryan wasn’t sure what she wanted to do after she graduated university with a degree in English and Film Studies, so she headed to Banff to coach skiing. The short-term job set her on a path to a long-term career, and she’s continued to let her passions guide her profession ever since.
Going Global: The Power of Partnering with LatAm Startups
When it comes to centres of innovation, where creative minds are collaborating on ideas to help change the world, it’s time to start looking beyond Silicon Valley.
Capturing 150 Years of Canada through Photography
With Canada celebrating its 150th birthday, it’s time to explore the country’s rich artistic history through the eyes of the talented photographers who have called Canada home.
Change for the better: How Ana Gatti’s experience as an LGBT woman in financial services has improved throughout her career
Ana Gatti once interviewed for a company where all 52 branch managers were men. Now the Director and Chief Auditor at Scotiabank Uruguay, she reflects on how far the financial industry has come over the past decade in its acceptance of women and members of the LGBT+ community, like herself.
Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs
Leave it to a Canadian student to find yet another way to use hockey laces.
Exploring Canada’s North with photographer Michelle Valberg
Traveling to the Canadian Arctic almost 50 times has given photographer Michelle Valberg a special appreciation of a part of Canada that many Canadians never get to see.
How Olympic gold medalist Natalie Spooner is inspiring the next generation of girls
As a young girl growing up playing hockey, Natalie Spooner felt she didn’t have much to aspire to within the sport of hockey. Now an Olympic gold medalist and Canadian Women’s Hockey League All-Star, she’s inspiring the next generation of girls through initiatives like Project North and Scotiabank Girls HockeyFest.
Accessing Clean Drinking Water: Students reach out to India and Egypt
For a group of Ryerson University students, this school year has been anything but typical. On top of being full time students, balancing busy course loads, they are also tackling one of the globe’s most complicated problems, improving communities’ access to clean drinking water.
When the Stanley Cup® comes to town
Anytime the Stanley Cup® arrives in a Canadian community, it’s no surprise that things can suddenly come to a halt as people realize it may be their one and only chance to see and touch the famed hockey trophy.
Calling all future Women in Capital Markets
First, the good news, you do not need to be a Wolf of Bay Street to succeed in capital markets.
When I speak to young women about what a career in capital markets actually looks like, I tell them it is challenging, interesting and that the potential career paths are endless.
Cheers for Lanny!
Renowned for his athletic ability, leadership qualities, charitable work and undoubtedly, Canada’s most famous moustache, legendary hockey player Lanny McDonald can now add Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame inductee to his lengthy list of achievements.
Scotiabank Economics talks NAFTA
Get the latest analysis as Scotiabank Economics takes a deep dive into everything NAFTA. Find out our experts’ views on the historical impact of the agreement, how potential changes will affect the Canadian, U.S. and Mexican economies and why NAFTA makes North America Great(er).