Canada’s inflation rate slowed down to 2.2% last month

The annual pace of inflation slowed more than expected in September as increases in the price of gasoline eased compared…

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‘Cannabis isn’t as easy to grow as people think’, and then there’s the paperwork

Snags in the supply chains of legal retail pot stores across Canada are no big surprise for a fledgling industry…

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Nobel Prize-winning economist says carbon taxes are the solution to climate change

Read Story Transcript Just hours before William Nordhaus and Paul Romer won a Nobel Prize on Monday for their work on…

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Jobless man told to pay thousands for government EI mistake

When a government blunder put more than $14,000 worth of employment insurance payments into Zbigniew Kazmierczak’s chequing account, he knew…

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Canada’s main stock index sustains largest loss in more than a month

Canada’s main stock index sustained its largest loss in more than a month while the loonie regained lost ground after…

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RCMP and privacy commissioner probe alleged NCIX data breach

The RCMP and Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia are investigating allegations of a possible data breach involving the bankrupt…

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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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Tilray passes Canopy Growth to become world’s most valuable pot company

There’s a new name atop the rankings of pot companies, as Nanaimo, B.C.-based Tilray Inc. has passed Smith Falls, Ont.-based…

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Papa gone? Pizza chain ad campaign stops using founder Papa John Schnatter

Papa John’s, which wants to distance itself from founder John Schnatter, is releasing new ads Tuesday that replace him with…

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Maxime Bernier’s new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis

In a phrase variously attributed to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, the United States and Britain are “two countries divided…

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