Canada’s main stock index sustains largest loss in more than a month

Canada’s main stock index sustained its largest loss in more than a month while the loonie regained lost ground after…

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John Hancock will sell life insurance only to people who use fitness trackers

John Hancock, one of the oldest and largest North American life insurers, will stop underwriting traditional life insurance and instead…

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Canadian business titan and Calgary Flames co-owner Clay Riddell dies

Clay Riddell, the billionaire oil baron and co-owner of the Calgary Flames, has died at age 81. Riddell founded multiple oil…

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Nike’s Colin Kaepernick campaign a sign big brands think the future is liberal: Don Pittis

What if you went to an alt-right rally and had nothing to wear but a hat? As chaos at the…

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‘Process is torturous’: Federal whistleblower says Canada doesn’t protect people who speak out

This Labour Day, former Employment Insurance fraud investigator Sylvie Therrien wishes she was still employed instead of being caught in…

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Canadian residents hit by Trump tax dealt a new blow

Thousands of Canadian residents hit hard by a retroactive tax signed into law by U.S. President Donald Trump have been…

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Former Sears manager relaunches B.C. store after chain’s nationwide closures

For 17 years, Boota Uppal ran the Sears Hometown store in downtown Terrace, B.C., until the nationwide chain was closed last year.…

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Competition Bureau says eyewear shoppers deserve more choice online

Canada’s competition watchdog has set its sights on the eyewear industry, calling on provincial governments and regulators to allow consumers greater access to…

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Magna plans electric vehicle joint ventures with Chinese company

Magna International Inc. says it will form two new joint ventures with a Chinese company to engineer and build electric…

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