Home sales increase for 4th straight month, but prices still flat nationally

Activity in Canada’s housing market has picked up after a trough earlier in the year, but on a national level…

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Bigger, more expensive iPhone expected at Apple launch event Wednesday

Apple is expected to showcase three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the…

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Ford recalls almost 340,000 F-150s in Canada for seatbelt fire risk

Ford is recalling two million F-150 pickup trucks from the last three model years to fix a problem with the front…

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Ad giant WPP names Read as CEO to succeed founder Sorrell

WPP named company veteran Mark Read as its new CEO on Monday to steer the world’s biggest advertising company through…

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Free trade talks could finally see Canada raise de minimis levels for duty-free online shopping

One concession Canada seems likely to make in the current round of free trade discussions with the U.S. and Mexico…

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Canada Post says it lost $242-million in second quarter, blames pay equity

Canada’s postal service built a massive loss into its books Tuesday in anticipation of the potential cost of settling a…

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Canadians on track to spend almost $6B on pot this year — most of it the illegal variety

On an annualized basis Canadians spent $5.7 billion on marijuana between April and June, Statistics Canada says, as consumption of…

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Ontario asks court to toss lawsuit from Tesla over electric vehicle rebates

Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government has asked the province’s Superior Court to throw out a petition from the Canadian arm of…

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Why companies are looking to Alberta to produce plastic

The truck traffic at Inter Pipeline’s construction site northeast of Edmonton seems to never stop, nor does the work on the foundation of…

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