Google accelerating demise of Plus after new security flaw affected 52 million

Google is still having trouble protecting the personal information on its Plus service, prodding the company to accelerate its plans…

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2 junior oil firms cut dividends, output as prices remain ’embarrassingly low’

A pair of junior Calgary oil companies are cutting payouts to shareholders and reducing production because of current steep discounts…

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Canadian MPs criticize Facebook’s Zuckerberg for U.K. parliament no-show

Facebook came under fire on Tuesday from lawmakers from several countries — including Canada — who accused the firm of undermining…

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$250K investment mystery: Accountant admits in recorded call he doesn’t know where money is

The daughter of a Kingston, Ont., senior who lost $250,000 after his trusted accountant encouraged him to invest in a…

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Poor weather prompts temporary shutdown of all N.L. offshore rigs

All Newfoundland and Labrador offshore facilities have been temporarily shut down as a safety precaution due to stormy seas and…

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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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Oil price woes a ‘serious problem’ for Canadian economy, says Notley

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the low price of western Canadian crude has become a serious problem for the country’s economy, adding her…

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Tim Hortons sees Canadian growth as it works to fix franchisee relationships

The parent company of Tim Hortons saw sales growth at Canadian locations of the coffee-and-doughnut chain as executives say their…

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Netflix taps bond markets for $2B US to pay for content

Netflix Inc announced its third tap of debt markets in a year on Monday, aiming to raise about $2 billion…

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