Foreign caregivers want major reforms to improve conditions, streamline residency

A national coalition of advocacy groups wants major reforms to Canada’s foreign caregiver program in hopes of improving working conditions…

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Postal workers’ union makes counter-offer

There is no end in sight for rotating strikes hitting Canada Post deliveries, after the postal workers’ union rejected the…

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Ikea’s latest pitch: Bring back your used furniture to resell for store credit

Furniture retailer Ikea has launched a new program that will allow people to bring back gently used furniture to be…

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Suncor CEO Steve Williams to retire; Mark Little named as replacement

Suncor Energy Inc. says Steve Williams will retire as chief executive after the company’s annual meeting next May. Williams, 62,…

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Why tech giants don’t invest tax cuts in American jobs: Don Pittis

More than $100 billion US in tax cuts that were supposed to “make America great again” went into the pockets…

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RCMP victimized by $100,000 credit card cloning scam

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has changed the way it handles credit cards for gasoline purchases after it fell victim…

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Alberta could become innovation leader for low-carbon future, says RBC CEO

Alberta has a “historic opportunity” to capitalize on its sustainable energy innovation and technological prowess, says the president and CEO of…

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Incoming Mexican officials arrive in Ottawa for talks and some touring

Key ministers from incoming Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s government are meeting with Canadian officials in Ottawa today. Foreign…

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Shares of most pot companies sell off on 1st day of legalization

Shares in most Canadian marijuana companies were lower on Wednesday, a sign that the volatility that has characterized the space…

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