3 things to look for as Canada’s big banks reveal quarterly results this week

It’s the final quarterly earnings season for the big banks in 2018, when Canada’s biggest lenders tip their hands to…

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Quick fix for Alberta’s oil woes may be sorely needed — but not so easily found

With steep discounts on Alberta oilsands crude hitting Canada’s energy sector hard, the economic cost continues to climb by tens…

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Ride-hailing legislation introduced by B.C. government

After years of waiting, British Columbians may finally be able to catch a ride in an Uber or Lyft — but…

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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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Battle of the food delivery apps and reselling Ikea furniture: 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 the Marketplace newsletter…

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Fatphobia in the workplace can be career limiting and psychologically harmful

When a person competes for a job, the hope is that they will be measured by their talent and ability,…

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Your personal financial data is safe, says head of Statistics Canada

The head of Statistics Canada is assuring Canadians that their personal financial data is safe after days of Conservative criticism…

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Imperial Oil restarts Norman Wells crude output after pipeline repairs

Imperial Oil Ltd. has restarted oil production at Norman Wells in the Northwest Territories almost two years after being forced…

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Speculation tax tabled by B.C. government

B.C.’s finance minister has introduced legislation to move ahead with a controversial speculation tax on vacant or underutilized properties. The…

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