Property Brothers producer Cineflix faces class action suit over unpaid wages

The company that makes Property Brothers and dozens of other TV programs is being sued for millions in regular wages as…

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Beijing attacks USMCA clause seen as blocking efforts to expand trade with Canada, Mexico

China says it deplores a controversial new clause in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that calls on the countries to notify…

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Nike took a hit after releasing the Colin Kaepernick ad. In the Trump era, that might be part of the plan

Enraged Nike customers are burning their swoosh-branded gear. Some U.S. conservatives are calling for a boycott of a company with global…

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Canada’s trade deficit shrinks in July, surplus with U.S. highest since 2008

Statistics Canada says the country’s merchandise trade deficit with the world shrank to $114 million in July, the smallest since…

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‘It’s a human rights issue’: Women fight for the right to be braless on the job

The “burn your bra” movement is back, this time ignited by young women shunning the undergarment not for political reasons, but…

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Don’t dig Trans Mountain’s grave just yet

The knee-jerk reaction in Calgary to the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling to halt construction of the Trans Mountain project…

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Alberta, oilpatch begin public fight with federal government over new fuel regulation

A private spat between Alberta and the federal government is becoming a public fight focused on Ottawa’s proposed clean fuel…

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5 new rules the U.S.-Mexico trade deal would set

After almost a year of negotiations between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to update the 24-year-old North American Free Trade…

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