Buried behind the cows and cars: key changes in NAFTA 2.0

While workers and consumers alike will be affected by the changes coming for Canada’s automotive and agriculture sectors, plenty of…

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Privacy experts say choosing life insurance tied to fitness tracking could have unintended consequences

Privacy experts say they’re concerned life-insurance programs that reward customers for behaviours like logging their activity using a fitness tracker could have…

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Ottawa looks at having retired judge help guide renewed pipeline review process

The federal government is shopping around for a retired federal judge to help guide a renewed consultation with Indigenous communities…

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TREB loses Supreme Court bid to appeal release of real estate sold figures

The Supreme Court of Canada said Thursday morning it won’t hear an appeal from the Toronto Real Estate Board that would aim…

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Trump doubles steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey to 20 and 50%

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had authorized higher tariffs on imports from Turkey, imposing a 20 percent…

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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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Allegations of inflated property values at centre of RCMP syndicated mortgage fraud investigation

Inflated property values and the promotion of non-qualifying investments as being RRSP-eligible are some of the key allegations made by…

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