What’s the dirtiest surface on an airplane? The result may surprise you

Used tampons, sandwiches, loose condoms, smartphones, dirty diapers. What do they all have in common? Flight attendants tell Marketplace they’ve…

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VMedia to go public in proposed reverse takeover of junior oil company Phoenix

VMedia, the upstart internet and cable provider known for lower prices and a legal spat with rival Bell, is moving…

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Homeowners worried about paying down debt as interest rates go up

This story is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

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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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Pot grower Aphria Inc. applies to list on New York Stock Exchange

Licensed producer Aphria Inc. has applied to list its common shares on the New York Stock Exchange. The Leamington, Ont.-based…

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Brexit tension leads U.K. to seek deeper ties with Canada

As the United Kingdom works to finalize its split from the European Union, it’s about to ramp up efforts to expand…

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Ontario government introduces legislation regulating recreational pot

The Ontario government has introduced legislation governing the licensing and regulation of the province’s private cannabis retail marketplace. The Progressive…

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U.S. central bank chief issues warning on Canadian housing without even realizing it: Don Pittis

The world’s most powerful central banker has confirmed that U.S. interest rates are on the way up — and if…

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Hackers steal $60 million US in cryptocurrency from Japan exchange

Hackers have stolen $60 million US worth of cryptocurrencies from a Japanese digital currency exchange, the operators said Thursday. Tech Bureau…

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Feds to spend $117M for Churchill railway sale, repairs

The federal government is spending $117 million to help facilitate the deal to sell and begin repairs to the flood-damaged rail line to…

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