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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Swoop adds $149 flights to Mexico out of Hamilton and $159 flights from B.C.

Ultra low cost airline Swoop is adding routes to Mexico out of Hamilton’s John C. Munro International Airport, flying twice weekly…

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National Energy Board kick-starts new Trans Mountain hearing process

The National Energy Board is kicking off a new hearing process for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, just over a…

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As legalization looms, pot dispensaries wrestle with whether to close now to go legit later

Justin Loizos is a cannabis convert. After dealing with chronic pain for years as a result of multiple sclerosis, he eventually…

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Canada’s concession on dairy not enough to seal NAFTA deal, U.S. economists say

There’s been growing calls from both sides of the border for Canada to make concessions on its protected dairy sector in…

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Almost half of consumers who switched credit cards were looking for better rewards program, survey shows

Canadian consumers are increasingly looking for better rewards programs when it comes to choosing a credit card, according to a…

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Environment minister sends Canso spaceport company back to drawing board

Nova Scotia’s environment minister says she can’t make a decision whether to approve a proposed rocket launch site near Canso, N.S., because…

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Toys ‘R’ Us Canada rebuilding after U.S. and U.K. units fold

Toys “R” Us Canada’s president says most of the people she has met with over the past tumultuous year have…

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Union urges Ottawa to buy back Canadian Wheat Board from Saudis

A union representing transportation workers in Churchill, Man., is calling on Ottawa to buy back the Canadian Wheat Board from…

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