Bell, Rogers say CRTC’s unlocked phone rule has sparked a crime spree

Bell and Rogers say new rules mandating all Canadian wireless carriers sell unlocked phones have triggered a rise in phone thefts.…

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Second Cup shares rise on news it may convert some Ont. outlets to cannabis shops

Shares of Second Cup gained ground on Thursday, a day after the coffee chain said it was eyeing converting some…

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Trump threatens auto tariffs against Canada if trade talks fail

Donald Trump launched a fresh auto tariff threat against Canada late Friday at a time when Ottawa finds itself in…

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Row over jailed activists won’t affect oil shipments to Canada, Saudi minister says

A row over human rights in Saudi Arabia will not have any impact on Saudi oil supplies to Canada, its energy minister…

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3,000 WestJet cabin crew employees get union certification interim order, CUPE says

About 3,000 WestJet cabin crew employees are now closer to being unionized after the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) issued an…

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Manulife partnering with Shoppers Drug Mart on medical marijuana coverage

The Manulife Financial insurance company says it will launch the first medical marijuana program in Canada this fall in conjunction…

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Last of the FAANGs: Apple set to report Q3 results Tuesday

​Apple Inc. reports after the closing of stock market trading on Tuesday with much of the attention likely to be focused…

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Canada launches NAFTA challenge of ‘illegal’ U.S. tariffs on solar panels

The Trudeau government has asked for a NAFTA review of a Trump administration tariff on solar panel cells, saying the…

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Doug Ford’s government strikes deal with Hydro One to force out CEO, board

Hydro One’s CEO is retiring as part of an agreement between the Ontario government and the utility company that will also…

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Ottawa willing to spend up to $2B to defend steel, aluminium jobs

The Liberal government says it’s willing to spend up to $2 billion to protect steel, aluminum and manufacturing jobs in…

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