Canadian pot industry workers will be able to enter U.S. for pleasure travel

U.S. Customs and Border Protection says Canadian citizens working in the cannabis industry should be able to enter the U.S.…

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‘Lives are hanging in the balance’: Why some newly licensed truckers aren’t ready for the road

Tractor-trailers can measure up to 23 metres long, carry 30-tonne loads and barrel down the highway at 120 km/h, but…

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Estée Lauder seeks to kick Deciem founder out of cosmetics company

Lawyers for Estée Lauder were in a Toronto court today trying to kick out the founder of a small Canadian…

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7-Eleven launches Foodora delivery offering, taking on small junk food services

Some Canadians will be able to get Slurpees, condoms, medicine and ice cream delivered to them at the touch of…

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Stronach lawsuit lays bare family dispute over control of businesses

A lawsuit by business magnate Frank Stronach that seeks $520 million in compensation and damages against his daughter, two grandchildren and…

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Canada introduces new surtaxes to curb flood of steel imports

The federal government says it is imposing new surtaxes on some foreign steel to head off the threat of dumping.…

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North American stocks slide lower, loonie down against U.S. dollar

Canada’s main stock index hit a six-month low Thursday while U.S. stock markets suffered another sell-off day as investors are…

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Stock markets swoon as reality of rising rates sets in

The TSX and Dow Jones were sharply lower on Wednesday as fears of higher interest rates to come took the wind…

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WestJet’s first 3 long-haul Dreamliners will fly direct between Calgary and Europe

The first three of WestJet’s 10 new long-distance Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners will offer direct international flights between Calgary and Europe,…

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Nestlé, Tim Hortons named Canada’s top plastic polluters

Much of the plastic trash cleaned up from Canadian shorelines by volunteers in September could be traced back five companies:…

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