Why Christmas is bad for the environment and what you can do about it

Christmas is a time of celebration, but once the party’s over, plenty of garbage is hauled to the curb.  …

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Chinese detentions raise fears of Canadian business chill, rethink of travel plans

Escalating fears of retaliation after Canada detained a high-ranking Chinese business executive have prompted some Canadian business leaders to think twice…

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Apple to open $1B campus in Austin, Texas

Apple will build a $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, break ground on smaller locations in Seattle, San Diego and…

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BlackBerry unveils secure smart-city service as CEO opens up about big tech

BlackBerry Inc. is making a play to integrate itself into smart cities and vehicles. The Waterloo, Ont.-based technology company announced Monday…

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Facebook admits it conducted opposition research on Soros, other critics

Facebook’s outgoing head of communications is taking the blame for hiring Definers, the public relations firm doing opposition research on…

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Culinary tourism hobbled by taxes, labour shortages, says internal report

The Liberal government’s grand plan to make Canada a “culinary destination” for foreign tourists — think poutine or potted moose…

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More workers are tired on the job and it’s bad for business

Do you ever go to work tired? New research suggests you’re not alone. The results from an online survey from Robert…

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As lending gets tighter, Canadians face threat of credit card trap: Don Pittis

This column is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

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Bombardier sues Mitsubishi over alleged theft of aircraft trade secrets

Bombardier is suing Mitsubishi Aircraft in the United States over alleged trade secret misappropriation. The Quebec aerospace company alleges some of its…

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Locking in your mortgage could save you money, but it depends on your plans

Homeowners with variable-rate mortgages have seen their rates rise over the past year as the Bank of Canada has raised…

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