Canadian economy added 54,000 jobs in July, mostly part time

The Canadian economy added about 54,000 new jobs last month, causing the jobless rate to fall two-tenths of a percentage…

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Stocks in U.S. lift on strong earnings as trade fight caps gains

Stock markets lifted on Monday after strong corporate earnings helped Wall Street close higher, but a tariff dispute between the…

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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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Points thieves continue to target Aeroplan, PC Optimum as expert urges more security

Points thieves are on the prowl. Loyalty programs Aeroplan and PC Optimum have each recently been hit with multiple cases…

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High noon at the Oasis: B.C. Airbnb hostel battle erupts into open

One evening this week, Emily Yu sat up until 2 a.m. angrily responding to comments posted on a TV news website in…

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Investigating sales tactics and condos rush to ban weed: 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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Trump says he’s ‘not happy’ about Fed rate hikes

President Donald Trump is casting aside concerns about the Federal Reserve’s independence and saying he’s “not happy” with the central…

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Canada’s trade deficit widened to $2.8B in May ahead of tariffs

Canada’s trade deficit in May grew to a larger than expected $2.77 billion because of a sharp rise in imports…

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Ketchup wars: Heinz defends its image as tariffs kick in on U.S.-made condiment

Faced with a 10 per cent tariff on its ketchup and other goods, American food company, Kraft Heinz is opening a…

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As yield curves threaten to invert, market watchers sit up and pay attention

It may not have escalated to the level of water cooler talk, but an obscure and obtuse-sounding economic indicator is…

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