WestJet bans staff in ‘safety-sensitive’ jobs from off-duty cannabis use

WestJet Airlines Ltd. says it will follow the lead of rival Air Canada in banning pot use for staff in…

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Bad week at the box office: Ticketmaster faces call for federal probe in the U.S.

A congressman is calling on the U.S. attorney general to investigate possible “corruption” and “market malfeasance” at global entertainment giant…

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Shopify ‘confident’ on pot e-commerce because ‘cannabis isn’t Kylie Cosmetics’

Shopify Inc.’s vice president is “very confident” that the first day of recreational pot sales in Canada will be smooth…

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Toronto, Vancouver among biggest property bubbles in the world, UBS says

Swiss investment bank UBS has deemed Toronto and Vancouver to have among the world’s biggest housing bubbles, with mispricing that’s…

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U.S. securities regulator sues Elon Musk, alleging fraud

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued Tesla Inc. chief executive Elon Musk on Thursday, accusing him of securities fraud…

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Business groups lobby Ford government to repeal workplace reforms

Business groups are urging Premier Doug Ford’s government to take away the new sick day and pay equity protections granted…

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WestJet’s compassionate and confused chatbot sends happy customer to suicide prevention site

The last thing a satisfied WestJet customer expected to get when she sent the company a glowing review was a…

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Nasdaq halts trading in Tilray after pot stock doubles in 2 days

Shares in Canadian marijuana company Tilray Inc. were halted on the Nasdaq Wednesday after they doubled in two days. Tilray…

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Maxime Bernier’s new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis

In a phrase variously attributed to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, the United States and Britain are “two countries divided…

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Even under a drill-friendly Trump, pipeline battles rage on in the U.S., too

Pipeline protesters suspending themselves in trees. Lawyers halting construction with sharp legal challenges. Hand-wringing over the state of national co-operation.…

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