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Clothing retailer Roots reports nearly $9.7M Q2 loss, falls short of expectations

Wednesday  17:42,   11 september 2019
msn

Clothing retailer Roots reports nearly $9.7M Q2 loss, falls short of... >>>

Jack Ma retirement: Alibaba prepares for life without its founder

Wednesday  13:41,   11 september 2019
cnn

As China's most globally prominent entrepreneur, Jack Ma retired on Tuesday. But the company he founded has a new plan to maintain the unique culture Ma created with inspirations from Chinese martial arts... >>>

To pay off or borrow more is the question facing Canadians: Don Pittis

Wednesday  13:17,   11 september 2019
cbc.ca

As we head into a federal election, we must decide as individuals and as a nation whether to borrow more or pay down... >>>

China exempts some U.S. goods from retaliatory tariffs as fresh talks loom

Wednesday  13:17,   11 september 2019
reuters

China exempts some U.S. goods from retaliatory tariffs as fresh talks... >>>

18-wheelers and a lot of leg work. How grocery stores saved food from Dorian

Wednesday  12:42,   11 september 2019
cbc.ca

It took a lot of planning and work to make sure there was fresh and frozen food in grocery stores after Dorian knocked out power to much of Nova... >>>

'It's not acceptable': Air Transat, Swoop face investigations for possible passenger mistreatment

Wednesday  12:16,   11 september 2019
cbc.ca

The Canadian Transportation Agency is investigating Air Transat and Swoop for possible mistreatment of passengers during recent flight disruptions. In both cases, Canada's airline watchdog will determine if the airlines violated their tariff, which... >>>

Toronto stock market inches higher despite dip in crude and gold prices

Wednesday  10:05,   11 september 2019
msn

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index inched higher on gains by key commodities sectors despite a dip in crude and gold prices and selloff in technology stocks. Oil prices started the day higher but reversed course after U.S. President Donald Trump... >>>

Toronto leads new housing starts in August

Wednesday  10:05,   11 september 2019
thestar

Population growth and solid labour markets continue to drive home building activity in Canada, especially in Ontario and Quebec, according to the latest data, which shows the pace of new housing starts in August climbing a better-than-forecast 1.9... >>>

Jennifer Wells: The battle against Big Tech is about to reach a big turning point

Wednesday  09:51,   11 september 2019
thestar

It’s easy to get lost in the serialized Big Tech drama, by which I mean the prevarications, the fines, the overarching wariness about the market power of a Google or a Facebook. It’s starting to feel like one of those Netflix series that should not... >>>

Federal Liberals announce pay equity commissioner on eve of election call

Wednesday  09:30,   11 september 2019
msn

OTTAWA — The Liberal government has announced Canada's first-ever federal pay equity commissioner on the eve of the expected election call. Employment Minister Patty Hajdu says Karen Jensen will provide direction for the administration and... >>>

Airbnb regulations coming as hospitality revenue declines

Wednesday  08:30,   11 september 2019
globalnews.ca

Airbnb has become a firmly entrenched business in Saskatchewan, now lawmakers are looking to bring the tech company's model under professional... >>>

Here's How Much François Legault Makes As The Premier Of Quebec

Wednesday  08:30,   11 september 2019
mtlblog

The premier's personal net worth amounts to almost $10... >>>

Federal NDP's proposed 'super-wealth tax' could raise $70B over 10 years, budget watchdog finds

Wednesday  08:30,   11 september 2019
nationalpost

OTTAWA — The NDP’s proposed wealth tax, a centrepiece of the party’s election platform, could raise nearly $70 billion over the next 10 years, Canada’s budget watchdog has found. The “super-wealth tax,” as the NDP is calling it, is similar to an... >>>

Council to consider spending $12M on the creation of 651 affordable homes

Wednesday  08:20,   11 september 2019
cbc.ca

Toronto Mayor John Tory says a report to be considered by council in October will recommend that the city approve eight new development proposals that would create 651 affordable homes, but a housing advocate says the number is nowhere near enough.... >>>

London may see hopeful hiring climate before 2020, according to survey

Wednesday  08:20,   11 september 2019
globalnews.ca

Stats Canada announced the jobless rate fell to 4.9 per cent in June, after it stood at 5 per cent in May. The total number of jobs, the labour force and the number of people claiming unemployment all fell in June with roughly 900 jobs lost. READ... >>>