New Flyer sends 90 jobs to Kentucky to meet U.S. content rules

Winnipeg-based bus manufacturer New Flyer will lay off 90 people and move the jobs to Shepherdsville, Ky., to deal with increasingly…

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Medical cannabis patients anxious and fearful over supply shortages

Can’t find any weed to buy for a party this weekend? Don’t complain. Canadians who use cannabis for medical reasons…

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Is German FlixBus the fix for Canada’s bus woes?

For many, the signature silver dog of Greyhound is the symbol of bus travel.       But that iconic image might…

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Misleading sales practices not a ‘systemic’ problem, telecom firms tell CRTC

Canada’s cable and internet companies are defending themselves against claims they have been misleading their customers and using aggressive sales…

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‘Mismatch’ between what telco customers expect and what they actually get, CRTC told

Government-ordered hearings into complaints about Canada’s largest telecommunications providers got underway Monday with an industry-funded ombudsman saying his group has…

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Bargain price oil: How long will it last?

As oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan continues to sell at record discounts, American refineries are enjoying lucrative profit margins at the expense…

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U.K. opposition Labour plans to give workers a third of seats on company boards

Britain’s main opposition Labour Party would require large companies to reserve at least one third of the seats on their boards for…

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Ticketmaster secret scalper program targeted by class-action lawyers

A U.S. law firm is seeking to launch a class-action lawsuit on behalf of fans who purchased inflated resale tickets…

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Morneau leaning toward ‘targeted measure’ to boost corporate investment – not tax cut

The federal government’s fall economic update is likely to include targeted tax measures to boost the country’s competitiveness instead of a…

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Big telcos tell CRTC they put customers first and shun shady sales tactics

Canada’s big telecom companies are fighting back against allegations of shady sales practices, defending themselves as ethical corporations relentlessly focused on…

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