Stunning jobs numbers mean Amazon wage hikes may spread: Don Pittis

A plunge in the U.S. jobless rate to levels not seen in nearly half a century could be a new…

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Canadian dollar soars, stocks rise on trade deal optimism

The Canadian dollar was up three-quarters of cent and Toronto stocks moved upwards Monday after Canada secured a deal for…

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Grocery retailers try new bag of tricks to slow sales decline

Supermarket sales in Canada decreased by 2.9 per cent year over year between May 2017 and 2018, according to Statistics…

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Bigger, more expensive iPhone expected at Apple launch event Wednesday

Apple is expected to showcase three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the…

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Infrastructure agency hands $1.28B loan to Montreal rail project

The nascent federal agency designed to find new ways to finance construction of transit systems is making its first investment…

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Cannabis will soon be legal in Canada, but pot for pooches may take longer

Canadian pets are a few steps closer to getting their paws on pot-based medical treatments in Canada as more cannabis…

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Row over jailed activists won’t affect oil shipments to Canada, Saudi minister says

A row over human rights in Saudi Arabia will not have any impact on Saudi oil supplies to Canada, its energy minister…

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Telus posts flat profit, modest wireless growth but strong wireline additions

Telus Corp. surprised analysts with the strength of its second-quarter residential subscriber growth but its net income and adjusted earnings…

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Higher crude prices and weaker loonie could offer provinces royalty windfall

Resurgent oil prices this year could deliver three provinces unexpected windfalls — and maybe improved political fortunes — if crude stays strong.…

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