From at-home orthodontics to coconut-flavoured floss: Meet the startups disrupting the dental industry

For decades the experience of caring for your teeth looked something like this: Visit the dentist every six or nine…

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‘We’re outraged’: Union rips Liberal back-to-work bill for Canada Post carriers

The union representing Canada Post carriers is accusing the federal government of violating its members’ constitutional rights by pushing emergency legislation…

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Lack of Romaine lettuce recall leaves grocers in a lurch

Grocery chains across Canada moved quickly to take Romaine lettuce that could be contaminated with E. coli off their shelves on Wednesday. But…

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World economy strong enough to withdraw stimulus, Poloz says

The governor of the Bank of Canada says after a decade of low-interest rates around the world the global economy…

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Canada open to more China trade now that USMCA is done, Trudeau says

Canada is open to doing more business with China now that a trading agreement with the United States and Mexico…

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Lime e-scooters opens first Canadian location with pilot in Waterloo, Ont.

Lime e-scooters rolled into Canada today with the launch of a pilot program in Waterloo, Ont., the first location north…

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Canada ranks 5th in the world for people worth at least $30M US, says study

Canada ranks fifth in the world when it comes to the number of people living in a country with a net…

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Chinese billionaire arrested in Minneapolis accused of felony rape

A Minneapolis police report says the arrest of Chinese billionaire Liu Qiangdong, founder of the Beijing-based e-commerce site JD.com, was…

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Tim Hortons, franchisees in legal spat over ‘shattering’ coffee pots

The parent company of Tim Hortons is denying a claim by a group of franchisees that the coffee pots they’re…

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