‘They kill jobs’: Meet Canadians who refuse to use self-checkout machines

Tom Eburne and his wife, Peggy, are self-checkout virgins. They refuse to use the machines, determined to keep cashiers employed.…

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Why many Canadians don’t love self-checkout

Brendan Best says self-checkout isn’t worth his time because something often goes wrong, forcing him to seek out assistance. “I would…

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TD Bank profit rises 9% to almost $3B in fourth quarter

TD Bank Group beat expectations as it reported a fourth-quarter profit of $2.96 billion, up from $2.71 billion in the…

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GM cuts will be painful but better now than during a recession: Don Pittis

“It could have been worse,” will be of no comfort to those affected by the shutdown and job losses at General Motors.…

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72-year-old woman forced off Air Transat flight after requesting a barf bag before takeoff

When 72-year-old Anna Stratakos asked a flight attendant for a barf bag, she never imagined it would lead to Air…

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With no budget for rural internet, nobody’s made a plan, auditor general says

Canada’s auditor general says people who live in rural and remote parts of the country don’t have high-speed internet access…

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Money for change: Sustainable investing hits the big time

New numbers in Canada and the United States show that sustainable investing is no longer a niche trend, but rather…

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‘Cannabis isn’t as easy to grow as people think’, and then there’s the paperwork

Snags in the supply chains of legal retail pot stores across Canada are no big surprise for a fledgling industry…

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‘(It’s) the way to go’: Brian Mulroney explains his about-face on cannabis

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney, whose government once introduced legislation to keep marijuana in the same legal category as heroin, hasn’t…

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