Canadian borrowers will feel this week’s U.S. interest rate hike: Don Pittis

Markets are so certain that U.S. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell will raise rates this week that a failure to hike would…

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Mark Carney agrees to stay at Bank of England until January 2020

The Bank of England’s Mark Carney agreed Tuesday to extend his period as governor by six months until January 2020 to…

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CBS negotiates exit with CEO Leslie Moonves amid new sexual harassment claims

CBS is expected to announce on Monday that Chief Executive Leslie Moonves is resigning, said sources on Sunday, as six additional women came forward…

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Canada ranks 5th in the world for people worth at least $30M US, says study

Canada ranks fifth in the world when it comes to the number of people living in a country with a net…

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Nike shares drop after choice of Colin Kaepernick for ad spurs boycott

Shares of Nike Inc. fell three per cent on Tuesday as calls for a boycott of the sportswear giant gained…

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Are homegrown tech firms shut out of big federal IT contracts?

Canada’s homegrown tech firms say they’ve been shut out of a multimillion-dollar project to consolidate the federal government’s data operations,…

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Canadians on track to spend almost $6B on pot this year — most of it the illegal variety

On an annualized basis Canadians spent $5.7 billion on marijuana between April and June, Statistics Canada says, as consumption of…

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Canada’s purchase of Trans Mountain clears major U.S. hurdle

A U.S. national security review has given a green light to the Canadian government’s planned purchase of Kinder Morgan’s Trans…

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Tim Hortons looks to tackle leaky lids

Tim Hortons admits it’s fallen behind the competition with its packaging, but change is coming to your coffee cup and…

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