Money for change: Sustainable investing hits the big time

New numbers in Canada and the United States show that sustainable investing is no longer a niche trend, but rather…

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Aurora Cannabis reports revenue surge in Q1, ‘strong’ legal pot sales

Cannabis producer Aurora Cannabis Inc. reported a surge in revenues between July and September, and “strong” recreational pot sales since…

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Medical cannabis patients anxious and fearful over supply shortages

Can’t find any weed to buy for a party this weekend? Don’t complain. Canadians who use cannabis for medical reasons…

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Your personal financial data is safe, says head of Statistics Canada

The head of Statistics Canada is assuring Canadians that their personal financial data is safe after days of Conservative criticism…

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Canadian airlines tell Ottawa carbon tax will hurt revenues and domestic routes

Canadian airlines are urging Ottawa to exempt them from the Jan. 1 imposition of a federal carbon tax, which they…

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Estée Lauder seeks to kick Deciem founder out of cosmetics company

Lawyers for Estée Lauder were in a Toronto court today trying to kick out the founder of a small Canadian…

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WalMart removes third-party ad that described plus-sized women as ‘fat’

Amanda Hanson said she was outraged when she discovered an advertisement on Walmart Canada’s website that described plus-sized women as “fat.” The third-party…

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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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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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