Mexican protests could signal fluctuating avocado prices this season

Avocados have become so ubiquitous they are easy to take for granted. But there’s a battle taking place behind the scenes…

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Trudeau’s Singapore pitch: Canada ‘just getting started’ on trade

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Singapore on Tuesday afternoon primed to make his pitch to a Singapore business audience:…

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Google employees walk out to protest sexism, inequality

Hundreds of Google engineers and other company workers worldwide — including in Canada  —​ walked off the job Thursday to protest the company’s…

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Red Hat stock up 47% after $34B US takeover by IBM

Shares of Red Hat skyrocketed 47 per cent at the opening of trading in New York Monday after IBM, in…

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Property Brothers producer Cineflix faces class action suit over unpaid wages

The company that makes Property Brothers and dozens of other TV programs is being sued for millions in regular wages as…

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Nalcor says no talks ongoing with Astaldi over extra costs at Muskrat Falls

Nalcor Energy is denying claims by the main contractor at the Muskrat Falls site that discussions are underway over extra costs…

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Up to $500M to replace Enbridge twin pipelines connecting Great Lakes

A new pipe is replacing a pair of 65-year-old crude oil pipes connecting two of the Great Lakes after Mich. Gov.…

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NAFTA talks ‘very likely’ on sidelines of UN General Assembly, Trudeau says

U.S. and Canadian officials trying to reach a deal on NAFTA are “very likely” to hold informal talks on the…

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