Average weekly earnings increasing, but not for retail, food and accommodation workers
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Average weekly earnings increasing, but not for retail, food and accommodation workers

The average weekly paycheque for non-farm workers was $961 in December, Statistics Canada says, a figure…

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Lessons the tooth fairy can’t teach: Allowances can help kids learn financial savvy
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Lessons the tooth fairy can’t teach: Allowances can help kids learn financial savvy

Trump brand boycott gets louder with plans to protest Ivanka’s line at the Bay
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Trump brand boycott gets louder with plans to protest Ivanka’s line at the Bay

A group of women plan to dress up as caricatures of U.S. President Donald Trump…

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Canadian mobile speeds among world’s fastest, OpenSignal data suggests
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Canadian mobile speeds among world’s fastest, OpenSignal data suggests

Canadians may not be satisfied with the price they pay for wireless services, but new…

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‘It’s like nothing else on earth’: Rarest of gemstones fuels boom for Alberta miners
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‘It’s like nothing else on earth’: Rarest of gemstones fuels boom for Alberta miners

A Calgary-based mining company says its operation will quadruple in size within 12 months —…

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Retail sales close out 2016 with a thud, down 0.5% in present-buying December
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Retail sales close out 2016 with a thud, down 0.5% in present-buying December

After four straight months of buying, Canadian shoppers seemed to keep their wallets at home…

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The Bay misled consumers with mattress sales prices, says competition watchdog
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The Bay misled consumers with mattress sales prices, says competition watchdog

Canada’s Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson’s Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics…

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The Bay misled consumers with mattress sales prices, says competition watchdog
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The Bay misled consumers with mattress sales prices, says competition watchdog

Canada’s Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson’s Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics…

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Pipeline protesters pray, set ceremonial fires ahead of Standing Rock deadline
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Pipeline protesters pray, set ceremonial fires ahead of Standing Rock deadline

The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire…

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Garth Drabinsky has been punished enough, lawyer tells Ontario securities regulator
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Garth Drabinsky has been punished enough, lawyer tells Ontario securities regulator

Garth Drabinsky has paid his debt to society and shouldn’t be punished again for his…

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