Canada Post workers could begin rotating strikes Monday

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off…

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Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s, other big chains hit by ‘malware outbreak’

A Canadian company that owns many popular restaurant chains says it was hit with a “malware outbreak” on Friday, causing a “partial network…

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Number of mortgages fell 3.4% in second quarter as stress test rules keep young buyers out

The number of new mortgages taken up in Canada in the second quarter of the year fell by 3.4 per…

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Argentina Central Bank hikes interest rate to 60% – the highest in the world

Argentina’s Central Bank on Thursday increased its benchmark interest rate to 60 per cent — the world’s highest — in…

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Turkey boosts tariffs on some U.S. products, more than doubling them on cars and alcohol

Turkey is boosting tariffs on imports of certain U.S. products, including rice, cars, alcohol, coal and cosmetics — escalating a feud…

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Sure, we could spend 4% of GDP on the military — with huge cuts or tax hikes

U.S. President Donald Trump is demanding Canada and other NATO allies boost their military spending to four per cent of their…

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Major U.S. airlines refuse to carry children seized by immigration agents

Major U.S. airlines are telling the White House that they don’t want to participate in any transportation of migrant children…

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