Rogers sells MoneySense to Ratehub.ca

Rogers Communications Inc. has sold online personal finance magazine MoneySense to Toronto-based fintech company Ratehub.ca for an undisclosed sum. Ratehub’s core…

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Notley says Alberta will buy rail cars to move oil, wants Ottawa to chip in

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said today her government is only weeks away from finalizing a purchase of rail cars to move…

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Parents are giving tons of their kids’ personal data away — and the long-term effects aren’t yet known

On average, parents will post more than 1,000 images of their children online before they’re old enough to have their own social…

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Canadian MPs criticize Facebook’s Zuckerberg for U.K. parliament no-show

Facebook came under fire on Tuesday from lawmakers from several countries — including Canada — who accused the firm of undermining…

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Workers at Oshawa assembly plant suspend work as GM announces closure

Thousands of General Motors assembly plant workers in Oshawa, Ont., halted production this morning before hearing the devastating news that…

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Britain on a cliff edge: Brexit, bedlam or bust?

If a Brexit deal falls in the British Parliament and no one is around to save it, does Theresa May…

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Bell and Rogers to defend sales practices at CRTC hearing

Canada’s two biggest telecommunications companies will get their turn to speak on Friday in a five-day probe by Canada’s telecom…

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As lending gets tighter, Canadians face threat of credit card trap: Don Pittis

This column is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

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AltaGas selling assets in Canada and the U.S. for $560 million

AltaGas Ltd. says it has signed deals to sell about $560 million worth of natural gas midstream assets and power…

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Global shares mixed amid concern over US-Canada trade

European stock markets mostly rose on Monday, after Asia closed lower, amid worries about trade friction between the U.S. and…

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