Alberta Energy Regulator executive found billing for travel from B.C. residence

A second executive with the Alberta Energy Regulator is billing the organization for travel expenses because the person is living…

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G20 members agree on trade, migration — but not climate change

The leaders of the world’s largest economic powers on Saturday backed an overhaul of the global body that regulates international trade disputes,…

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Netflix hikes subscription prices in Canada

Another price hike is on the way for Netflix subscribers in Canada as competition heats up among the biggest streaming…

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Canada Post pitches ‘cooling off period’ that would shelve strike until February

Canada Post has proposed a “cooling-off period” with its largest union that would see rotating strikes put on hold through…

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Why Toronto won by losing the bid for Amazon’s new headquarters

Toronto’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters, known as HQ2, fell short to not just one location, but two — New…

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Meet Canada’s unknown digital workers

Opportunities for work in Canada’s online gig economy are growing faster than in many other countries, according to the organization behind…

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Google employees walk out to protest sexism, inequality

Hundreds of Google engineers and other company workers worldwide — including in Canada  —​ walked off the job Thursday to protest the company’s…

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Ontario ombudsman gets more than 1,000 complaints about cannabis store

Ontario’s ombudsman says his office has received more than 1,000 complaints about the province’s online cannabis store since it launched…

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Sale of 3 coastal pulp and paper mills hailed as win for 1,500 workers in B.C.

Business leaders and the provincial government are hailing the sale of three coastal pulp and paper mills as a win for…

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CMHC says annual pace of housing starts slowed in September

The annual pace of Canadian housing starts fell to their lowest level in nearly two years in September. Canada Mortgage…

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