Ontario Cannabis Store reports data breach affecting 4,500 customers

The Ontario Cannabis Store says a data breach through Canada Post has affected information from 4,500 customers. In a privacy…

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Manulife shares rise after rules over insurance deposits clarified

Two of Canada’s largest life insurance companies welcomed a Saskatchewan government decision that clarifies the rules for a type of…

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Bell and Rogers defend sales practices at CRTC hearing

Canada’s two biggest telecommunications companies got their turn to speak on Friday in a five-day probe by Canada’s telecom regulator into…

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Beijing attacks USMCA clause seen as blocking efforts to expand trade with Canada, Mexico

China says it deplores a controversial new clause in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that calls on the countries to notify…

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Why Canada Goose’s CEO has a love-hate relationship with counterfeiting

Canada Goose chief executive officer Dani Reiss has told customers for years they’ll never find a bathing suit emblazoned with…

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‘If’ NAFTA 2.0 proceeds, Trudeau wants to feel ‘confident’ on tariffs

As the Trump administration continues to link the lifting of steel and aluminum tariffs to a successful conclusion of trade…

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Ticketmaster secret scalper program targeted by class-action lawyers

A U.S. law firm is seeking to launch a class-action lawsuit on behalf of fans who purchased inflated resale tickets…

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Gap appeals to court for right to renegotiate leases in malls vacated by Sears

Two retail companies want an Ontario court to allow them to exercise their co-tenancy rights and change their rental agreements…

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B.C.’s craft beer taking off in Asia — where a pint can cost up to $25

British Columbia’s craft beer scene is booming — and not just locally.   Seven B.C. craft brewers now have beers…

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Nabisco redesigns Animal crackers to get rid of cages

After more than a century behind bars, the beasts on boxes of animal crackers are roaming free. Mondelez International, the…

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