Canadian business titan and Calgary Flames co-owner Clay Riddell dies

Clay Riddell, the billionaire oil baron and co-owner of the Calgary Flames, has died at age 81. Riddell founded multiple oil…

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Hurricane costs increasing as more people choose to live in their path

As Hurricane Florence begins to hit South Carolina, the latest estimates on its intensity are coming in slightly lower than…

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Why it’s unlikely Alberta actually gained 79,000 ‘government jobs’ in just a few years

It hit headlines last week that the number of “government jobs” in Alberta had grown by 79,000 in a span of…

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Largest Aimia shareholder says Air Canada group’s offer was ‘blatantly inadequate’

The largest shareholder in Aeroplan’s parent company, Aimia Inc., has applauded the firm’s board of directors for not agreeing to sell…

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WestJet dispatchers seek to unionize

Flight dispatchers at WestJet are the latest group of employees at the airline seeking to join a union. The Canadian…

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Aimia, Porter Airlines form new Aeroplan partnership for post-Air Canada era

Aimia Inc. says it has a new deal for Toronto-based Porter Airlines to become a preferred Canadian airline for the…

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Canadian economy expanding at 2.6% annual pace

Canada’s economy grew by half a per cent in May, almost twice what economists were expecting, partly because of a…

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‘We’re a prop’: Servers upset for being asked to shill for their employer on Instagram

At El Furniture Warehouse in London, Ont., Andrea says posting stories and photos online while at work is part of the job.  Andrea…

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Papa John’s Pizza founder resigns as board chairman after using racial slur

Papa John’s founder John Schnatter has resigned as chairman of the board. The company made the announcement late Wednesday, hours…

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