Class is in session at Canada’s first ‘pot school’

The school year may be two weeks old, but there’s still a buzz at one college in southern Ontario over a program…

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Sobeys parent Empire Co. warns food prices will rise partly due to new tariffs

The parent company of grocery chain Sobeys Inc. was “a little slow on the trigger” to pass on the higher…

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Canadian economy grew at 2.9% pace in 2nd quarter, lower than expected

Canada’s gross domestic product was essentially flat in June but expanded at a 2.9 per cent pace in the spring,…

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Airbnb’s federal budget proposal tells Liberals: ‘We want to be regulated’

One of the world’s largest short-term rental websites is inviting the Trudeau Liberals to create a regulatory regime for the…

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RyanAir pilot strike grounds 400 flights across Europe

Budget airline Ryanair said Wednesday it is cancelling 400 of over 2,400 flights on Friday due to a strike by…

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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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China warns of retaliation if U.S. takes more trade steps

China’s government warned Wednesday it will retaliate if Washington imposes new trade penalties, following a report the Trump administration will…

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Fiat Chrysler loses another executive after Marchionne illness

New Fiat Chrysler boss Mike Manley was handed extra responsibilities for the carmaker’s European business on Monday when a fellow…

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Your smart fridge could be mining bitcoins for criminals

Is the web browser on your phone slower than usual? It could be mining bitcoin for criminals. As the popularity…

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