‘A public relations nightmare’: Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program

LATEST UPDATES: After publication of this story, Ticketmaster issued a statement to CBC News saying it was “categorically untrue that Ticketmaster…

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Hundreds of faulty pipeline parts could expand or break

The National Energy Board has found hundreds of parts currently being used on major oil and gas pipelines are not…

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Class is in session at Canada’s first ‘pot school’

The school year may be two weeks old, but there’s still a buzz at one college in southern Ontario over a program…

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British government ramps up warnings to businesses in event of ‘no-deal’ Brexit

British firms trading with the European Union will face a tangle of red tape, possible delays at the border and…

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3,000 WestJet cabin crew employees get union certification interim order, CUPE says

About 3,000 WestJet cabin crew employees are now closer to being unionized after the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) issued an…

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Competition Bureau says eyewear shoppers deserve more choice online

Canada’s competition watchdog has set its sights on the eyewear industry, calling on provincial governments and regulators to allow consumers greater access to…

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Canada launches NAFTA challenge of ‘illegal’ U.S. tariffs on solar panels

The Trudeau government has asked for a NAFTA review of a Trump administration tariff on solar panel cells, saying the…

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Majority of WestJet flight attendants sign union cards, says CUPE

After several years of unionization drives at WestJet, a majority of flight attendants at the airline have now signed union…

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Warning signs as states revive Depression-era trade tactics: Don Pittis

Following a week filled with threats and counter-threats, there are ominous signs that a long era of free trade may be…

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