Syrian chocolate company in Antigonish set to double in size

An Antigonish, N.S., chocolate company founded by former Syrian refugees is set to double in size, again. When the Hadhad family arrived…

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Trade spat hits the grocery aisle and EpiPens in short supply: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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‘It’s going to be hard’: Sears pension payments cut by 30% this week

Many Sears Canada retirees found it hard to take this week when they got their first reduced pension payment — chopped…

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Why companies flush with tax-cut cash are spending more on share buybacks than wage hikes

Corporate earnings are on track for their best year ever, but at least some of the corresponding rise in stock prices…

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Flair Airlines pulling out of Hamilton, adding Toronto-Winnipeg route

Discount carrier Flair Airlines Ltd. said Friday it will stop serving Hamilton on Oct. 27, and plans to add more flights to Toronto.…

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Telus posts flat profit, modest wireless growth but strong wireline additions

Telus Corp. surprised analysts with the strength of its second-quarter residential subscriber growth but its net income and adjusted earnings…

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No-deal Brexit risk ‘uncomfortably high,’ Bank of England’s Carney says

Britain faces an “uncomfortably high” risk of leaving the European Union with no deal, comments that drove sterling to an…

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Canada’s exports of goods to U.S. hit record in June

Higher shipments of passenger cars and lights trucks south of the border helped drive up Canadian exports to the United…

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Aimia, Porter Airlines form new Aeroplan partnership for post-Air Canada era

Aimia Inc. says it has a new deal for Toronto-based Porter Airlines to become a preferred Canadian airline for the…

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