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Say hello to five amazing new FP newsletters

Sign up now for your opportunity to dig deeper into Energy, Investing, Finance, the Economy and the future of Work

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By David Thomas, FP Editor-in-Chief

Ever find you’re exposed to both too much news and too little news — even at the same time? Lucky for you, our brightest writers and editors at the Financial Post are going to solve both of those problems. Also at the same time.

Too much news? Yes, it can be hard to keep up with the hourly and daily flow of news. Maybe you’ve had time to skim but not to get at how things happened, or why.

We have created five new weekly newsletters — one for each day of the working week — to keep you on top of Canada’s key industries and sectors. Get fresh insights and added value from our reporters and columnists delivered straight to your inbox along with a mix of news, opinions and analysis.

And what about too little news? Well, just because you drink from a firehose of information doesn’t mean you’ve quenched your thirst for ideas and answers. We have a fix for that, too.

Maybe you read the news but you still have questions. Or perhaps you don’t have time to chase the news as it happens. Consider these emails as your weekly sit-down with a few smart friends who will help you stay on top of the developments you need to understand.


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Ready to meet the new newsletter family? This could be the beginning of a very close relationship, because everyone needs their own personal briefing service. Did I mention it’s free to subscribe? Sign up now and don’t miss an edition.

Without further ado, allow me to introduce:

● FP Energy: We are expanding our leading coverage of oil and gas into renewables and electric vehicles. Brought to you by editor Yadullah Hussain, together with reporters Geoff Morgan and Gabriel Friedman, FP Energy lands on Wednesday mornings.

● FP Economy: On Monday mornings, Canada’s leading economics correspondent Kevin Carmichael serves up his weekly lineup of analysis and insights, together with Bianca Bharti and other FP correspondents.

● FP Investor: Get the first read on our lineup of leading columnists like David Rosenberg, Tom Bradley, Jamie Golombek, Martin Pelletier, Peter Hodson and Andrew Allentuck on Friday mornings. And look for our new FP Answers column where journalist Julie Cazzin takes reader questions to the experts to help them reach their goals.

● FP Work: What even is a job today and is work as we know it about to be overtaken by AI robots? What is the future of work? On Tuesday mornings, we hang out at the watercooler of corporate culture, explore HR Tech and strategy and dig deeper into labour economics.

● FP Finance: It used to be all about the Big Banks. Now there are upstarts everywhere in crypto, lending, payments, wealth management. On Thursday mornings, we make sense of money and explore how the Big Banks, and Big Insurers, are fighting back in the sandbox of disruption.


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The Financial Post has 114 years of history behind its brand. Long a standalone, it became the National Post’s business news section when the Post launched in 1998. Today it is the engine of financial news for the Postmedia Corp. network of metro news brands.

Each of the FP’s newsletters is an opportunity to deliver a robust weekly package of news and analysis around a vital industry sector.

Once a week, we will tell the stories behind the stories and explain how things happen and why. Get ready for more commentary, more breaking news and an opportunity to dig deeper.

Sign up here for the FP newsletters, including the daily Posthaste summary that gets you on top of the news cycle as the day gets started.

Best regards,
David Thomas

Financial Post Editor-in-Chief


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