Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s, other big chains hit by ‘malware outbreak’

A Canadian company that owns many popular restaurant chains says it was hit with a “malware outbreak” on Friday, causing a “partial network…

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Niagara Falls farmer is growing crops on an old landfill

Farming has been in Kyle Smith’s family since 1796. He’s been farming full-time for about 15 years now, but this…

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WestJet’s compassionate and confused chatbot sends happy customer to suicide prevention site

The last thing a satisfied WestJet customer expected to get when she sent the company a glowing review was a…

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Teck’s $20B Frontier oilsands project heads to joint review hearing

If it’s true that the era of mega oilsands projects is coming to an end, one proposed project stands as an outlier.…

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As legalization looms, Canada’s pot companies about to be tested

For years now, Canada’s cannabis companies have grown in size, soared in value and existed in a sort of ethereal…

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Scotiabank walks away from consumer dispute watchdog OBSI

The Bank of Nova Scotia will no longer use the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments to mediate disputes with…

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Canadian economy grew at 2.9% pace in 2nd quarter, lower than expected

Canada’s gross domestic product was essentially flat in June but expanded at a 2.9 per cent pace in the spring,…

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Alberta accounted for 97% of federal income tax decline during recession’s height

Federal income tax revenue fell by nearly $5 billion in 2016 and nearly all of the decline was attributable to…

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Canadian residents hit by Trump tax dealt a new blow

Thousands of Canadian residents hit hard by a retroactive tax signed into law by U.S. President Donald Trump have been…

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Snap loses users for the first time, beats on revenue

Snap Inc.’s Snapchat app unexpectedly lost users in the second quarter, the company said on Tuesday, likely adding fuel to…

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