Cathay Pacific pokes fun at self after misspelling its own name on a plane

Pictures of a giant typo on a Cathay Pacific jet in Hong Kong have been making the rounds online, but…

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Simons apologizes for campaign selling bras named after famed Canadian women

Quebec-based department store chain La Maison Simons has apologized for a recent ad campaign in which it used the name…

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Gap appeals to court for right to renegotiate leases in malls vacated by Sears

Two retail companies want an Ontario court to allow them to exercise their co-tenancy rights and change their rental agreements…

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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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U.S. dollar’s place as reserve currency under question in the Trump era: Don Pittis

Just as a new study shows New York is beating out London as the best place for international finance, Europe…

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‘It’s a human rights issue’: Women fight for the right to be braless on the job

The “burn your bra” movement is back, this time ignited by young women shunning the undergarment not for political reasons, but…

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Canada’s purchase of Trans Mountain clears major U.S. hurdle

A U.S. national security review has given a green light to the Canadian government’s planned purchase of Kinder Morgan’s Trans…

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Aeroplan adds airlines and buck a beer falls flat: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Canada to suffer double whammy from Trump’s escalating trade battle: Don Pittis

Soybean farmer Philip Shaw is suffering from the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ironically, as U.S. President…

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