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Canada’s annual inflation decelerated in June after gasoline prices declined and customers paid less for internet services. Annual consumer price inflation slowed to 2 per cent, from 2.4 per cent...
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WATERLOO, Ont. Rogers Communications Inc. says it will open a new innovation lab in Waterloo, Ont., in September to advance the commercialization of fifth generation wireless networks that will begin...
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VANCOUVER Four oil and gas companies are expected to answer questions today about how they use the Trans Mountain pipeline, how refinery closures affect their prices and other factors...
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MONTREAL Aimia Inc. is suing its former president in a U.S. court after Nathaniel Felsher allegedly emailed trade secrets to his father, a New York based investment adviser. The lawsuit...
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TORONTO Canada’s main stock index edged lower in late morning trading, weighed down by losses in the industrials sector and energy stocks. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 5.77 points...
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Amazon said Wednesday its two day extravaganza known as Prime Day was its biggest shopping event ever, with sales surpassing the two key holiday spending days combined. The e commerce leader said...
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Marks & Spencer says a controversial giveaway plastic toy campaign will continue despite protests from environment conscious customers. The retailer is offering miniature replicas of its most popular food items in...
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The government agency says the loop fastener on the hats, which come in a variety of colours and patterns, may detach and pose a choking hazard. The recall affects roughly...
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Bank of Canada deputy governor Lynn Patterson is leaving the institution in a blaze of glory, at least by the standard she set for herself during six years of public...
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OTTAWA Canada’s price picture softened to two per cent last month following a sharp drop in gasoline prices compared to a year ago. The annual inflation number for June...
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OTTAWA Canada s price picture softened to two per cent last month following a sharp drop in gasoline prices compared to a year ago. The annual inflation number for...
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MONTREAL Lawmakers in France begin their ratification of the comprehensive trade agreement between the European Union and Canada as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomes the leaders of the 28 country...
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FILE In this March 22, 2019 file photo, the construction site of Vogtle Units 4 at the Alvin W. Vogtle Electric Generating Plant is seen. Hyosub Shin/Atlanta Journal Constitution via...
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The next prime minister should lower the salary threshold for foreign workers in the UK from £30, 000 to £20, 000, a group of business and education bodies has said. They say...
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Simon Brown, 24, was killed when he hit his head on a steel gantry on the side of the track while on the Gatwick Express in London in August 2016....
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When Kevin Tsang tuned into Carrie Lam’s predawn press conference to condemn protesters who had ransacked government offices during a dramatic escalation of tensions over Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill,...
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TOKYO Global stocks were mostly lower Wednesday after Wall Street ended a five day winning streak following disappointing corporate earnings reports. France s CAC 40 fell nearly 0.1 in early...
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SeaWorld has hit back after Virgin Holidays said it had stopped selling tickets to the US theme park chain s captive whale and dolphin experiences. SeaWorld said it was disappointing...
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BELLA BELLA, B.C. The company responsible for a fuel spill that contaminated the fishing territory of a First Nation on British Columbia s central coast has been fined $2.9...
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SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of The United States fully understands the seriousness of South Korea s festering trade dispute with Japan, a high ranking Seoul official said Wednesday after a meeting...