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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Media groups face stiff competition in following the buzz on cannabis: Don Pittis

“What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s happening,” goes the ’70s rock anthem. Part of the catchiness of the lyric — from the…

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Social media platforms cashing in on social e-commerce

Social media was once a tool to connect with friends and family. But, increasingly, it’s becoming a place to promote…

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Canadian business titan and Calgary Flames co-owner Clay Riddell dies

Clay Riddell, the billionaire oil baron and co-owner of the Calgary Flames, has died at age 81. Riddell founded multiple oil…

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Nike took a hit after releasing the Colin Kaepernick ad. In the Trump era, that might be part of the plan

Enraged Nike customers are burning their swoosh-branded gear. Some U.S. conservatives are calling for a boycott of a company with global…

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B.C.’s craft beer taking off in Asia — where a pint can cost up to $25

British Columbia’s craft beer scene is booming — and not just locally.   Seven B.C. craft brewers now have beers…

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Bausch Health posts $873M US quarterly loss linked to tax cost, asset impairments

Bausch Health Companies Inc. posted a net loss of $873 million US in the second quarter as the company formerly…

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Flair Airlines pulling out of Hamilton, adding Toronto-Winnipeg route

Discount carrier Flair Airlines Ltd. said Friday it will stop serving Hamilton on Oct. 27, and plans to add more flights to Toronto.…

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Amid EpiPen shortage, a Canadian-based company has approval for an alternative

As a worsening EpiPen shortage prompts questions about why Canada relies on just one pharmaceutical manufacturer to supply a life-saving treatment, a Laval, Que.,…

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