Panicky Sale Cost $3.7 Million

A hasty stock sale cost a federal agency more than $3.7 million, records show. The Canadian Race Relations Foundation disclosed losses stemming from a single decision by panicked directors to dump shares at the outbreak of the pandemic: “We can’t pay the going rate for people who are knowledgeable on the inside workings of investments.”

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