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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Points thieves continue to target Aeroplan, PC Optimum as expert urges more security

Points thieves are on the prowl. Loyalty programs Aeroplan and PC Optimum have each recently been hit with multiple cases…

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In Canada, Uber and Lyft drivers can’t live stream riders without ‘explicit’ consent

Uber and Lyft passengers in St. Louis learned last week that a local man who drove for both ride-hailing services…

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Trump’s Fed criticism prompts fears he’s questioning bank’s independence

U.S. President Donald Trump took his second shot in as many days at the man he hand-picked to run his…

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Oil and parties do mix: $70-a-barrel crude keeps Stampede good times rolling

After a week of stampeding, Marg McCuaig-Boyd starts to sound like many Calgarians. Alberta’s energy minister is hoarse as she’s beginning to…

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CPPIB buys minority stake in sports gambling data firm Sportradar

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is preparing to buy a 39 per cent stake in Sportradar, a global company…

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Canadian crude-by-rail exports rise to record high in April, NEB reports

The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada grew to a record 193,500 barrels per day in April, up…

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