Canada will feel oilpatch pain, but likely not as bad as 2015: Poloz

The negative impacts of low oil prices that have struck Western Canada will reverberate across the entire national economy, the…

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Tech companies and pot producers becoming fast friends

Recreational pot has been legal in Canada for just over a month but the pressure on Cannabis producers to improve their…

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Canadian currency evolves while the U.S. is stuck in the 1700s

Canada’s new $10 bill went into circulation this week, with civil rights activist Viola Desmond replacing Sir John A. Macdonald…

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Nissan chair Carlos Ghosn arrested in financial misconduct probe

Nissan Motor’s chair Carlos Ghosn has been arrested and will be dismissed for alleged under-reporting of his income and misuse…

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Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has rejected Canada Post’s latest offer in their labour dispute as a delivery backlog weighs on…

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Who gets more done — office workers or telecommuters?

In a tight labour market, workers with in-demand skills may have the leverage they need to snag coveted telecommuting privileges. But seasoned…

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New coworking spaces let you take your kid to work, every day

After having kids, Amanda Munday realized that child care was often inaccessible and unaffordable. That’s why she opened The Workaround,…

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‘Stalked within your own home’: Woman says abusive ex used smart home technology against her

When Ferial Nijem moved into a smart home equipped with the latest in modern technology, she had no idea she…

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Irving oil refinery explosion unlikely to hike gasoline prices in Canada

The explosion that rocked Irving Oil’s Saint John refinery on Monday is unlikely to affect the price of gas in…

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