Canadian economy added 54,000 jobs in July, mostly part time

The Canadian economy added about 54,000 new jobs last month, causing the jobless rate to fall two-tenths of a percentage…

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Amid EpiPen shortage, a Canadian-based company has approval for an alternative

As a worsening EpiPen shortage prompts questions about why Canada relies on just one pharmaceutical manufacturer to supply a life-saving treatment, a Laval, Que.,…

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How the tech behind bitcoin could safeguard marijuana sales data

The technology that powers bitcoin could be deployed to track the flow of legal product in Canada’s marijuana market without compromising…

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Canada launches NAFTA challenge of ‘illegal’ U.S. tariffs on solar panels

The Trudeau government has asked for a NAFTA review of a Trump administration tariff on solar panel cells, saying the…

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Life insurance companies no longer treating marijuana use as a high risk like tobacco

Some of Canada’s biggest insurance companies have updated their policies on marijuana use, and the changes are having a major impact on regular…

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Instagram unveils new video service in challenge to YouTube

Facebook’s Instagram service is loosening its restraints on video in an attempt to lure younger viewers away from YouTube when…

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Saputo urges end to milk ingredients pricing system opposed by U.S.

Saputo Inc., one of Canada’s largest dairy companies, wants to end a domestic milk ingredient pricing system that has angered the…

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McDonald’s drops grilled cheese from Happy Meals for ‘nutrition’ reasons, keeps less healthy cheeseburger

Ronald McDonald has some explaining to do. Eleven years after introducing grilled cheese sandwiches as a vegetarian option in its…

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