Canadian pot industry workers will be able to enter U.S. for pleasure travel

U.S. Customs and Border Protection says Canadian citizens working in the cannabis industry should be able to enter the U.S.…

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Instagram co-founders resign with no explanation

The co-founders of Instagram are resigning their positions with the social media company without explanation. Chief executive Kevin Systrom said…

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TREB must release real estate data today

The Toronto Real Estate Board as of today must release sold prices and other real estate data to its members and allow them…

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Sears Canada’s court monitor opposes priority for pensioners over other creditors

A court-appointed monitor for the Sears Canada bankruptcy process says it opposes a proposal that would effectively allocate all the…

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‘They’re less tied to religion’: Shift toward cremation causes shortfall in Saskatoon cemetery revenue

The City of Saskatoon is projecting a $1.1 million shortfall in its 2018 operating budget — and $700,000 of that…

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Nike took a hit after releasing the Colin Kaepernick ad. In the Trump era, that might be part of the plan

Enraged Nike customers are burning their swoosh-branded gear. Some U.S. conservatives are calling for a boycott of a company with global…

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Parents have fretted through the ages about kids’ fascination with technology, experts say

When Stephen Dennis was raising his two sons in the 1980s, he never heard the phrase “screen time,” nor did…

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Energy shares tank as top court rules against fed’s expansion of Trans Mountain pipeline

Canadian stocks were dragged lower on Thursday by the energy sector after the Federal Court of Appeal ruled against the…

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Alberta accounted for 97% of federal income tax decline during recession’s height

Federal income tax revenue fell by nearly $5 billion in 2016 and nearly all of the decline was attributable to…

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