Rogers, Fido and Bell call centre workers penalized for reducing plans, offering credits

There’s a reason telecom customers are often frustrated when they deal with a call centre — employees are penalized if they…

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Expect cannabis to be ‘sold out’ across the country, says Aphria

Licensed cannabis producer Aphria Inc. warned on Friday of product shortages in both brick-and-mortar stores and online sales portals across…

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What B.C.’s LNG megaproject means for 2 proposed Nova Scotia facilities

Some see it as a signal of investor confidence in liquefied natural gas megaprojects. Others say it could edge out…

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Destructive weather prompting corporate rethink on ignoring costs of climate change

Many in Canada’s business community are waking up to the realities of climate change because they are bearing the brunt…

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‘A public relations nightmare’: Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program

Box-office giant Ticketmaster is recruiting professional scalpers who cheat its own system to expand its resale business and squeeze more money…

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Union defends video identifying ‘scabs’ at D-J Composites after workers report threats

A video blasting replacement workers for crossing the picket line at D-J Composites in Gander, N.L., is proving to be…

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Trudeau considering an appeal or legislation to end Trans Mountain impasse

A week after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, Prime Minister…

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Global shares mixed amid concern over US-Canada trade

European stock markets mostly rose on Monday, after Asia closed lower, amid worries about trade friction between the U.S. and…

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Liberals ‘absolutely committed’ to Trans Mountain after Federal Court of Appeal quashes construction approvals

In a stunning blow, the Federal Court of Appeal has quashed approvals to build the Trans Mountain expansion project, but…

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Union urges Ottawa to buy back Canadian Wheat Board from Saudis

A union representing transportation workers in Churchill, Man., is calling on Ottawa to buy back the Canadian Wheat Board from…

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