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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‘Davos in the Desert’ summit loses media, business support over missing journalist

A number of international business leaders and media companies are distancing themselves from Saudi Arabia ahead of an investment summit…

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Hackers steal $60 million US in cryptocurrency from Japan exchange

Hackers have stolen $60 million US worth of cryptocurrencies from a Japanese digital currency exchange, the operators said Thursday. Tech Bureau…

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Sobeys price hike and telcos defend sales practices: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Loblaws to appeal court ruling that calls for payment of $368M in back taxes

Loblaw Cos. Ltd. says it will appeal a tax court decision that leaves the grocery chain on the hook for a…

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Scotiabank raises dividend despite lower profit

The Bank of Nova Scotia raised its dividend even as it reported its third-quarter profit slipped compared with a year…

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Tim Hortons looks to tackle leaky lids

Tim Hortons admits it’s fallen behind the competition with its packaging, but change is coming to your coffee cup and…

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Credit card firms to trim merchant fees, but retailers group ‘underwhelmed’

The federal government says credit card companies have agreed to trim the fees they charge the country’s businesses by 10…

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An attempt to understand Canada’s inheritance tax backlash: Don Pittis

Anyone who thinks the CBC does not serve conservative-leaning Canadians should look at the comments for a recent online story about inheritance taxes.…

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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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