‘We can’t wait’: Why more Canadians are finally getting serious about making less garbage

Fed up with a lack of action on the rising tide of plastic pollution, a growing number of Canadian consumers…

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Tesla turns over documents related to Musk’s claim he’ll take the company private

Tesla Inc. has turned over documents to the U.S. Justice Department after statements by CEO Elon Musk about taking the…

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Canada Post workers vote in favour of strike action if deal can’t be reached

Canadian postal workers have voted in favour of strike action, with the union president saying members are overworked. Strike votes…

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Bank of Canada expected to keep rates on hold, but reasons for a hike are ‘solid’

The Bank of Canada is widely expected to keep interest rates on hold in its monetary policy decision on Wednesday,…

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Markets react to trade talks: Investors are betting on a U.S.-Canada deal

When the U.S. and Mexico reached a bilateral trade agreement without Canada on Monday, it was the end of NAFTA…

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Environment minister sends Canso spaceport company back to drawing board

Nova Scotia’s environment minister says she can’t make a decision whether to approve a proposed rocket launch site near Canso, N.S., because…

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When sorry isn’t enough — pressure grows on companies to apologize quickly in the age of viral content

Smartphones, social media, and the speed at which videos go viral are creating new pressures in boardrooms everywhere, whenever executives…

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Venezuela lops five zeros off currency amid soaring inflation

Venezuela on Monday began to launch dramatic reforms announced by President Nicolas Maduro to rescue a downward-spiraling economy, including a…

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Facebook forecast for slowing growth, rising expenses sends stock down

Facebook Inc. on Wednesday warned of slowing revenue growth in the second half and said that expenses would grow faster…

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Canada to suffer double whammy from Trump’s escalating trade battle: Don Pittis

Soybean farmer Philip Shaw is suffering from the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ironically, as U.S. President…

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