Shares of most pot companies sell off on 1st day of legalization

Shares in most Canadian marijuana companies were lower on Wednesday, a sign that the volatility that has characterized the space…

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Expect cannabis to be ‘sold out’ across the country, says Aphria

Licensed cannabis producer Aphria Inc. warned on Friday of product shortages in both brick-and-mortar stores and online sales portals across…

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Canada introduces new surtaxes to curb flood of steel imports

The federal government says it is imposing new surtaxes on some foreign steel to head off the threat of dumping.…

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More than a dozen federal departments flunked a credit card security test

The Canada Revenue Agency, the RCMP, Statistics Canada and more than a dozen other federal departments and agencies have failed…

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Danske Bank CEO resigns over $300B money-laundering inquiry

Danske Bank chief executive Thomas Borgen has quit following an investigation into payments totalling some 200 billion euros ($302 billion)…

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Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods

The Trump administration is imposing tariffs on $200 billion US more in Chinese goods starting next week, escalating a trade…

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Tim Hortons, franchisees in legal spat over ‘shattering’ coffee pots

The parent company of Tim Hortons is denying a claim by a group of franchisees that the coffee pots they’re…

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If U.S. and Canada sign trade deal after strong GDP growth, interest rates could rise

Canada’s second-quarter growth figures on Thursday will provide the first glimpse of how the economy fared after the U.S. imposed tariffs…

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Toys ‘R’ Us Canada rebuilding after U.S. and U.K. units fold

Toys “R” Us Canada’s president says most of the people she has met with over the past tumultuous year have…

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