Bank of Canada holds key interest rate steady at 1.75%

The Bank of Canada has decided to keep its benchmark interest rate right where it is while it digests the…

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‘You’re gonna lose your money’: Air Canada online glitch leaves retiree on hook for flight he didn’t book

A Winnipeg retiree fought back after finding himself on the hook to pay for an Air Canada flight he didn’t book,…

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Mortgage stress test rules may be pushing borrowers towards unregulated lenders

The Bank of Canada released data this week that shows stricter mortgage rules along with higher interest rates have helped…

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Ikea’s latest pitch: Bring back your used furniture to resell for store credit

Furniture retailer Ikea has launched a new program that will allow people to bring back gently used furniture to be…

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‘Stalked within your own home’: Woman says abusive ex used smart home technology against her

When Ferial Nijem moved into a smart home equipped with the latest in modern technology, she had no idea she…

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Ontario ombudsman gets more than 1,000 complaints about cannabis store

Ontario’s ombudsman says his office has received more than 1,000 complaints about the province’s online cannabis store since it launched…

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Canada’s sprint to ratify sets up Trans-Pacific trade deal to take effect this year

A wide-ranging trade agreement between 11 Pacific Rim countries is on track to take effect before the end of 2018,…

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TSX up slightly as loonie rises

Canada’s main stock index was trading up slightly in mid-morning as gold and cannabis stocks traded up, while U.S. markets…

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Canadian pot industry workers will be able to enter U.S. for pleasure travel

U.S. Customs and Border Protection says Canadian citizens working in the cannabis industry should be able to enter the U.S.…

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Nestlé, Tim Hortons named Canada’s top plastic polluters

Much of the plastic trash cleaned up from Canadian shorelines by volunteers in September could be traced back five companies:…

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