B.C. billionaire Chip Wilson uses his backside to sell ‘unauthorized story’ of Lululemon

While there may be many chapters in the two-decade story of apparel company Lululemon Athletica Inc., founder Chip Wilson has looked to one…

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Canada still short of police officers trained to spot drug-impaired drivers

The number of police officers trained to recognize drug-impaired drivers is lagging far behind the number that police chiefs said…

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Don’t take pot on international flights, transport minister warns

Canada’s transport minister says travellers aboard domestic flights will be allowed to carry a small quantity of cannabis with them…

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Buried behind the cows and cars: key changes in NAFTA 2.0

While workers and consumers alike will be affected by the changes coming for Canada’s automotive and agriculture sectors, plenty of…

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Biggest marijuana ETF on TSX adds 9 new cannabis companies, including Tilray

The leading exchange traded fund for cannabis companies has added nine new marijuana producers to its holdings. When it launched…

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Tony Clement reflects on ‘dire situation’ that led to 2009 auto bailout

It was a decade ago that the North American auto industry was sent into a tailspin after the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy…

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After fatal crash, Uber to expand its self-driving car research in Toronto

Months after a fatal crash involving one of its self-driving vehicles in Arizona, Uber is not only doubling down on…

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Canadian lobster exporters feel ripple effect of U.S.-China trade war

The United States-China trade war is creating choppy seas for Canada’s lobster exporters. It has led to the dumping of Maine…

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‘Process is torturous’: Federal whistleblower says Canada doesn’t protect people who speak out

This Labour Day, former Employment Insurance fraud investigator Sylvie Therrien wishes she was still employed instead of being caught in…

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