New Tim Hortons coffee lids leak too much, some customers say

New Tim Hortons coffee lids were supposed to reduce that pesky leakage problem, but some customers claim they’ve actually made…

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Regular women as lingerie models? Start-ups challenge Victoria’s Secret to get ‘real’

Tall, slim and sexy. Sunday night’s broadcast of the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show featured the usual suspects: supermodels in tantalizing…

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Three ways the new NAFTA deal kept changing after it was announced

Turns out the negotiations to revise the North American trade agreement didn’t end when the agreement was announced Oct.1. The 60-day…

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Global credit ratings agency warns of downgrades in Canadian oilpatch if crude price woes persist

Global credit rating agency DBRS is warning that if Canada’s crude oil price woes drag on without improvement, it could negatively affect the…

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Union chief meets with Trudeau today to push for action on GM plant closure

The president of the largest private sector union in Canada meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today, still vowing to…

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‘Why does he hate newspapers?’ Free Press publisher asks after Pallister slams subsidy

The publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press is questioning why Manitoba premier Brian Pallister is sounding off against a funding package…

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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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How Iran is using ‘ghost ships’ to flout Donald Trump’s oil sanctions

It sounds like something out of a pirate story, but the normally staid world of international trade has been beset…

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