China promises prompt action on U.S. trade pact

A Chinese government spokesperson says Beijing will “immediately implement” terms of a tariff cease-fire with Washington and is “full of confidence”…

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‘These are loaded weapons’: Documents show mandatory semi training would save lives

Scott Thomas knows what it’s like to lose a child on Saskatchewan highways — his son, Evan, was killed in…

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Trump threatens to cut GM’s electric car subsidies because of plant closures

U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he was “very disappointed” that General Motors was closing plants in the United…

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‘Really toxic’: Abuse allegations continue to dog Winnipeg restaurant chain Stella’s Cafe

Three former Stella’s Cafe employees behind an online campaign to bring attention to what they call workplace harassment, unfair treatment…

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Hidden camera reveals how bank employees mislead and upsell on pricey credit card insurance

A Marketplace hidden camera investigation is raising questions about how bank employees are selling a pricey and controversial product marketed…

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How the U.S. midterm elections could shake up Canadian business: Don Pittis

Canadians who thought political and economic turmoil south of the border had reached a peak may be in for a…

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Jean Machine going out of business, will close all stores by February

Canadian apparel retailer Jean Machine Clothing Inc. will close down all of its stores by the end of winter because…

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Stocks climbing after strong reports from Facebook, GM

Stocks are climbing again Wednesday morning as investors applaud quarterly results from companies including Facebook, General Motors and Estee Lauder.…

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Britain plans to introduce digital tax on internet giants

Britain said it would tax the revenue that online platforms such as Google, Facebook and Amazon make in the country…

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