No happy puppies: Pot retailers face strict marketing rules, says Saskatoon ad man

No people — whether real or fictional — no animals and no fun being had: those are just some of the strict…

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Irving oil refinery explosion unlikely to hike gasoline prices in Canada

The explosion that rocked Irving Oil’s Saint John refinery on Monday is unlikely to affect the price of gas in…

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After-work emails cause stress, even if you don’t open them

Bringing work home cuts into personal time and the opportunity to decompress. But a recent study found that it’s not…

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AltaGas selling assets in Canada and the U.S. for $560 million

AltaGas Ltd. says it has signed deals to sell about $560 million worth of natural gas midstream assets and power…

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Alibaba founder Jack Ma to step down as chairman in September 2019

Jack Ma, who founded e-commerce giant Alibaba Group and helped to launch China’s online retailing boom, announced Monday that he…

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Trudeau considering an appeal or legislation to end Trans Mountain impasse

A week after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, Prime Minister…

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Burnaby loses fight to appeal Trans Mountain pipeline ruling to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an application by the City of Burnaby, B.C., to appeal a lower court…

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WestJet dispatchers seek to unionize

Flight dispatchers at WestJet are the latest group of employees at the airline seeking to join a union. The Canadian…

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Former Sears manager relaunches B.C. store after chain’s nationwide closures

For 17 years, Boota Uppal ran the Sears Hometown store in downtown Terrace, B.C., until the nationwide chain was closed last year.…

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