Frank Stronach sues daughter Belinda for allegedly mismanaging family fortune

An Ontario business magnate is suing his daughter, two grandchildren and others for allegedly mismanaging the family’s assets and trust…

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OREA urges province to revamp realtor rules, allow open bidding process

The Ontario Real Estate Association is making more than three dozen recommendations to the provincial government on how it should…

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Canada records international trade surplus, driven by decline in imports

Canada recorded its first merchandise trade surplus with the world in more than 18 months in August, as unusually timed shutdowns at…

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Canada’s jobless rate declines slightly with hike in part-time work

The job market bounced back last month with a gain of 63,000 positions, edging the unemployment rate lower to 5.9…

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U.S.-Mexico text may preview Canada’s NAFTA prospects

The U.S. trade representative is expected to post text online soon that will lay out more of what Mexico has…

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Twitter isn’t biased and Facebook’s getting better at fighting trolls, tech execs to tell lawmakers today

Twitter isn’t biased for or against any type of partisan but is working on ways to raise the level of…

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Ontario to allow private retailers to sell cannabis, province will handle online sales

Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government announced today it will allow recreational pot to be sold in retail stores while the province…

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Magna cuts 2018 outlook amid uncertainty due to tariffs, trade talks

Magna International Inc. has lowered its expectations for the second half of 2018 amid uncertainty surrounding tariffs and trade negotiations…

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U.S. Tim Hortons franchisee group sues RBI over alleged price gouging, equity theft

A group of U.S. Tim Hortons franchisees filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging their parent company engaged in price gouging and…

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