Cineplex profit jumps on higher attendance, more concession revenue

A trio of superhero movies, increasing audience numbers and a focus on concession stand offerings helped Cineplex Inc. report a…

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Tiny hamlet of Balzac says it’s ready for Alberta’s Amazon warehouse

A southern Alberta hamlet says it’s ready to accommodate potentially thousands of new workers joining an Amazon shipping depot under…

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An attempt to understand Canada’s inheritance tax backlash: Don Pittis

Anyone who thinks the CBC does not serve conservative-leaning Canadians should look at the comments for a recent online story about inheritance taxes.…

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U.S. Tim Hortons franchisee group sues RBI over alleged price gouging, equity theft

A group of U.S. Tim Hortons franchisees filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging their parent company engaged in price gouging and…

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Why Trump’s trade war makes sense — if you’re Trump

If one word could sum up how many Canadians feel about the Trump-shaped piano dangling over the country’s economy, it would likely be “disbelief.” …

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Ontario home prices expected to rise moderately, declines unlikely to persist: CMHC

A report by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says a recent drop in Ontario home prices isn’t expected to persist.…

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Mulroney says he’s ‘never seen anything’ like Trump surrogates’ attacks on Trudeau

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said today weekend attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by surrogates of U.S. President Donald…

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Mexico hits back on U.S. steel, slaps tariffs on pork, bourbon

Mexico responded in kind to U.S. President Donald Trump’s metals tariffs by imposing its own duties on American steel on…

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