Sale of 3 coastal pulp and paper mills hailed as win for 1,500 workers in B.C.

Business leaders and the provincial government are hailing the sale of three coastal pulp and paper mills as a win for…

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No happy puppies: Pot retailers face strict marketing rules, says Saskatoon ad man

No people — whether real or fictional — no animals and no fun being had: those are just some of the strict…

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China avoids questions about Apple, Amazon chip hack report

A Chinese government spokesman has sidestepped questions about a report that its spies inserted chips into computer equipment that might…

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Honda recalls 1.4 million more cars to replace airbag inflators

Honda says it will recall 1.4 million U.S. cars to replace front passenger airbag inflators made by Takata. The company…

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Aurora Cannabis ‘more than ready’ with pot supply

Licensed marijuana producer Aurora Cannabis Inc. says it is “more than ready” for the legalization of recreational pot next month,…

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Bank of Canada governor hints he will raise interest rates even if he doesn’t have to: Don Pittis

Disruption caused by digital technologies is making the job of central bankers harder. That was the essence of a speech…

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Why companies flush with tax-cut cash are spending more on share buybacks than wage hikes

Corporate earnings are on track for their best year ever, but at least some of the corresponding rise in stock prices…

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Sears board members have earned more than $600K since retailer’s demise — and are still being paid

It’s time for Sears Canada’s board of directors to disband and stop racking up costs, according to the law firm representing…

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