‘Davos in the Desert’ summit loses media, business support over missing journalist

A number of international business leaders and media companies are distancing themselves from Saudi Arabia ahead of an investment summit…

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How investor confidence in Canada improved in just one remarkable week

What a difference a week can make. Canada has been in a rut with enticing companies and investors to see the country…

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Don’t take pot on international flights, transport minister warns

Canada’s transport minister says travellers aboard domestic flights will be allowed to carry a small quantity of cannabis with them…

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TREB gives cease-and-desist letter to realtor who posted home sales data

The Toronto Real Estate Board says it has written to members who posted Greater Toronto Area home sales data requesting…

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Back to school season the best time to shop around for telecom deals

The back-to-school period is one of the busiest times of the year for Canadian telecom companies, resulting in a barrage…

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TD Bank ends earning season on high note with 12% increase in profit

TD Bank Group wrapped up a bullish third-quarter earnings season for Canada’s biggest lenders on Thursday with a profit of…

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‘Very important’ NAFTA issue remains as reports say U.S.-Mexico near deal

As U.S. media reports of a NAFTA breakthrough circulated Monday, Mexico’s economy minister, Ildefonso Guajardo, told reporters on his way…

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Royal Bank kicks off bank earnings with 11% profit increase

Royal Bank of Canada raised its dividend as it reported a record $3.1 billion in net income for its third…

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Bell, Rogers say CRTC’s unlocked phone rule has sparked a crime spree

Bell and Rogers say new rules mandating all Canadian wireless carriers sell unlocked phones have triggered a rise in phone thefts.…

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Canadian economy expanding at 2.6% annual pace

Canada’s economy grew by half a per cent in May, almost twice what economists were expecting, partly because of a…

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