Maxime Bernier’s new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis

In a phrase variously attributed to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, the United States and Britain are “two countries divided…

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Trudeau defends ‘price on pollution’ in anti-carbon-tax heartland

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his government’s push to put a “price on pollution” in front of a skeptical Saskatchewan audience…

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DSW Inc. to close Town Shoes brand and 38 stores in Canada by January

DSW Inc. says it will shutter its Town Shoes Ltd. brand and close all of its stores. The Ohio-based shoe…

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Trump asks SEC to consider getting rid of quarterly reports

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to study the impact…

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Air Canada exec reportedly on board as Air France CEO would face labour headwinds

Two French airline unions blasted Air France-KLM this week after reports the Franco-Dutch carrier will name an Air Canada executive…

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How blockchain tech could help us track where food comes from

Imagine if while you were shopping for produce, you could scan an apple and see its entire history, from the moment…

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Aeroplan adds airlines and buck a beer falls flat: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Unionized Quebec Tim Hortons workers unhappy with deal that cuts paid breaks

The union representing 80 workers at four Quebec Tim Hortons claims they’ve been dealt a blow after an imposed contract cut their…

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How the tech behind bitcoin could safeguard marijuana sales data

The technology that powers bitcoin could be deployed to track the flow of legal product in Canada’s marijuana market without compromising…

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