Government staffer named in Mark Norman document leak case suspended from job

A junior procurement official named in the criminal case against the military’s former second-in-command has been suspended from his federal government…

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Sears pensioners hope to recoup their losses in $509M lawsuit

A court decision has given Sears Canada retirees hope they can recoup some of the millions of dollars missing from…

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Lack of Romaine lettuce recall leaves grocers in a lurch

Grocery chains across Canada moved quickly to take Romaine lettuce that could be contaminated with E. coli off their shelves on Wednesday. But…

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Problems with credit card insurance and checking juice labels: 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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Chinese electric cars are coming to Canada, but you can’t have one yet: Don Pittis

The Chinese are coming. After years of predictions that made-in-China electric-car technology was poised to dominate the global market, the country’s…

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Greater Toronto home sales in October up 6% from year ago

The Toronto Real Estate Board is reporting a six per cent increase in home sales last month compared to the…

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Oilsands companies pull back on production as ‘crisis’ hits sector

With no immediate relief in sight from a collapse in Canadian oil prices, Alberta oilsands companies are beginning to turn…

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Is German FlixBus the fix for Canada’s bus woes?

For many, the signature silver dog of Greyhound is the symbol of bus travel.       But that iconic image might…

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Stocks climbing after strong reports from Facebook, GM

Stocks are climbing again Wednesday morning as investors applaud quarterly results from companies including Facebook, General Motors and Estee Lauder.…

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