‘Trudeau effect’ restores trust in business, media: report

'Trudeau effect' restores trust in business, media: report
Seventy-three per cent of Canadian respondents said these top executives are too focused on short-term results such as share price while 42 per cent could even name one chief executive of a domestic company.

Despite the tumbling loonie and oil price meltdown, companies headquartered in Canada are the most trusted in the world – but Canadian CEOs still have a lot of work to do on the credibility front here at home, says a new Edelman study. In fact Canadians’ faith in four key institutions including business, media, government and…