Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has rejected Canada Post’s latest offer in their labour dispute as a delivery backlog weighs on…

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Canada could ratify new NAFTA even if U.S. tariffs stay put: Trudeau

Canada might ratify its new North American trade deal with the United States and Mexico even if the U.S. doesn’t…

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Telecommuting on the rise to meet challenges of real estate market, labour shortage

Five months ago, Alistair Vigier launched his all-virtual law firm, with a staff of eight who telecommute from a variety of locations across…

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Majority of first-time buyers maxed out budgets to buy a home: CMHC

A majority of first-time homebuyers say they maxed out their budgets when they bought their homes, according to a survey…

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Canadian dollar soars, stocks rise on trade deal optimism

The Canadian dollar was up three-quarters of cent and Toronto stocks moved upwards Monday after Canada secured a deal for…

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Uber for buses? How some Canadian cities are using technology to tackle transit troubles

A small city in eastern Ontario is running an experiment that could one day have a big impact on public…

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After-work emails cause stress, even if you don’t open them

Bringing work home cuts into personal time and the opportunity to decompress. But a recent study found that it’s not…

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Pinterest to open first Canadian office in Toronto

Pinterest is opening its first office in Canada in Toronto at the start of October in an effort to expand…

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Rural Canada Post carriers may see 25% wage hike after pay equity dispute

An arbitrator has released a ruling in a long-standing pay equity dispute at Canada Post that gives rural carriers a…

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As legalization looms, Canada’s pot companies about to be tested

For years now, Canada’s cannabis companies have grown in size, soared in value and existed in a sort of ethereal…

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