What governments spend on refugees is less important than how they spend it

As cities, provinces and Ottawa squabble over who will pick up the tab for the latest influx of refugees, it’s…

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New court docs outline what Competition Bureau says happened in bread price-fixing scheme

Newly released court documents shed light on how Canada’s Competition Bureau says major Canadian grocery chains and bakeries plotted to…

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Sesame Workshop to create new kids TV shows for Apple

Apple is getting into business with the prestigious Sesame Workshop. The company is giving a multiple-series order to the Emmy-winning…

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Audi CEO Rupert Stadler arrested in Volkwagen emissions investigation

German authorities on Monday detained the chief executive of Volkswagen’s Audi division, Rupert Stadler, as part of a probe into…

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Mulroney says he’s ‘never seen anything’ like Trump surrogates’ attacks on Trudeau

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said today weekend attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by surrogates of U.S. President Donald…

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Suncor CEO slams climate change deniers, conservatives

The head of Canada’s largest oil company says climate change is science, and deniers, including politicians, need to do a…

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HBC reports wider loss, will close some Lord & Taylor stores

Hudson’s Bay Co. (HBC) said Tuesday it will close up to 10 of its Lord & Taylor stores through next…

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