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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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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Air Canada fined $65K, blasted for ‘rude’ behaviour after family forced off flight

A consumer commission in India has ordered Air Canada and partnering airline, Jet Airways, to pay a Canadian family about…

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Markets react to trade talks: Investors are betting on a U.S.-Canada deal

When the U.S. and Mexico reached a bilateral trade agreement without Canada on Monday, it was the end of NAFTA…

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Big banks set to reveal quarterly profits as NAFTA fears and rate hikes loom

The big Canadian banks are set to reveal their quarterly earnings over the next week, and investors will take a…

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Bombardier says C Series shift to Airbus allows it to focus on regional planes

With its focus no longer diverted by the aircraft formerly known as the C Series, Bombardier Inc. says it is…

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Canada to join Mexico, Japan, South Korea and the EU in auto tariff talks

Canada will join Mexico and European and Asian auto-producing countries this week to plot strategy ahead of the potential imposition…

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Canada added 32,000 jobs in June but more seekers pushed up jobless rate to 6%

Canada’s economy added 32,000 jobs last month, but a surge in more people looking for work pushed the unemployment rate…

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