Canada Goose shares slump another 4% after chain delays Beijing store launch

Shares in Canada Goose were slumping on Friday after the iconic parka maker delayed opening its first permanent store in…

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Aphria names special committee to investigate allegations by short-sellers

Marijuana producer Aphria Inc., says its board of directors has appointed a special committee of independent directors to review the…

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Parents are giving tons of their kids’ personal data away — and the long-term effects aren’t yet known

On average, parents will post more than 1,000 images of their children online before they’re old enough to have their own social…

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‘They should know better’: Funeral home chain skirting new rule with misleading sales tactics

Nearly two years after Marketplace exposed the common practice of aggressive sales tactics at the largest Canadian-owned funeral home chain,…

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New Brunswick joins provinces affected by E. coli linked to romaine lettuce

A case of E. coli thought to be linked to romaine lettuce has been confirmed in New Brunswick, making it the…

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Average Canadian house worth $496,800 last month, down 1.5% in past year

Canadian home sales fell in October, as the number of transactions dropped in more than half of all local markets…

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How will Facebook keep people on Facebook? By helping them fall in love

For those who’ve been paying attention, Facebook’s growth appears to be slowing. It’s not clear why, but one theory is…

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Boeing issues safety bulletin to pilots about 737 MAX jets after Indonesia crash

Boeing Co. said on Wednesday it had issued a safety bulletin reminding pilots how to handle erroneous data from a…

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Fatphobia in the workplace can be career limiting and psychologically harmful

When a person competes for a job, the hope is that they will be measured by their talent and ability,…

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