Canadians to spend more this holiday season, report finds

Recent trade uncertainty, climbing debt levels and rising interest rates don’t seem to be dampening holiday spirits among Canadian consumers, who plan…

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Don’t take pot on international flights, transport minister warns

Canada’s transport minister says travellers aboard domestic flights will be allowed to carry a small quantity of cannabis with them…

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen treated again for cancer

Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen said on Monday he had started treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, the same disease he overcame…

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Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s, other big chains hit by ‘malware outbreak’

A Canadian company that owns many popular restaurant chains says it was hit with a “malware outbreak” on Friday, causing a “partial network…

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Environmentalists ask U.S. regulators to reconsider Enbridge pipeline project

Environmental and Indigenous groups asked Minnesota regulators on Tuesday to reconsider their approval of Enbridge Energy’s plans to replace its…

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Pinterest to open first Canadian office in Toronto

Pinterest is opening its first office in Canada in Toronto at the start of October in an effort to expand…

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Scotiabank walks away from consumer dispute watchdog OBSI

The Bank of Nova Scotia will no longer use the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments to mediate disputes with…

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U.S. SEC subpoenas Tesla over Musk’s tweets: report

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has sent subpoenas to Tesla Inc regarding Chief Executive Elon Musk’s plans to take…

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Metro faces supplier pressure, expects higher grocery prices in the future

Canadian grocery giant Metro Inc. is already facing pressure from suppliers to accept higher prices in light of a recent…

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