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The federal government's latest proposed measures to protect pensions don't actually accomplish much, according to pensioner groups disappointed with the policy outlined in the Trudeau government's omnibus budget bill.
People need to question why the sheer amount of work we do is so thoroughly woven into our identities these days — and looms so large in how we measure our success, author and work expert says.
French's sustained success in Canada is likely due to a combination of ingredients, including continuous free publicity and a Canadian-made ketchup that also offers a taste and price consumers find palatable.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says it's recalling more than 320,000 Dodge Dart compact cars in North America, including 20,117 in Canada, because they could roll away due to a defective part that could allow the shift cable to detach from the transmission.
Indigenous investment in the weed business is strong in Sask., but only one First Nation has been willing to open up shop on-reserve.
Difficulties managing family and work life continue to push disproportionate numbers of women out of the workforce compared to men. But labour market experts say more flexible workplace policies across the board — regardless of gender or family status — are key to stopping our economy from losing qualified female workers.
WestJet Airlines Ltd. is going to the Supreme Court of Canada in an attempt to have a proposed class-action lawsuit launched by a former flight attendant thrown out of court.
Should TVA Group withhold or interfere with the TVA Sports signal before its dispute with Bell is resolved, TVA Sports will have its licence automatically suspended for the duration of time that the signal is not provided to Bell Canada, the CRTC has ruled.
The case for ratifying the revised North American trade agreement got a boost Thursday with the release of a new analysis by the U.S. International Trade Commission that predicted economic gains for all three partners if its changes are implemented.
Sears Holdings Corp. is suing its former chairman and largest shareholder Eddie Lampert, alleging the billionaire stripped the once iconic company of more than $2 billion US in assets.
Lower discounts on western Canadian oil prices have swollen producer coffers in the first three months of the year, but analysts say they don't expect to see increases in drilling budgets as oil and gas companies report results over the coming weeks.
American Media Inc. is selling its tabloid the National Enquirer for $100 million US to James Cohen, chief executive of Hudson News, the Washington Post reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the agreement.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission is investigating after a large water spill at a closed uranium mill in northern Saskatchewan.
The Toronto stock index closed at a record high Thursday, as the bull market started at the beginning of 2019 continued.
Approximately 115,000 former Quadriga clients are owed about $250 million after the company abruptly ceased operations Jan. 28. following the sudden death of founder Gerry Cotton.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, is urging the financial sector and, in particular, central banks to play an increasing role in the transition to a low-carbon economy. He joins a group of central bankers, including the Bank of Canada, who are playing closer attention to climate change.
Brace yourself, BBMers: the company that runs the iconic messaging app invented by BlackBerry more than a decade ago is ending the free version of the service for consumers.
Polo Ralph Lauren on Thursday launched a version of its iconic polo shirt made entirely of recycled plastic bottles and dyed through a process that uses zero water.
Canopy Growth Corp. has signed an agreement to buy U.S. company Acreage Holdings Inc in a deal valued at US$3.4 billion if cannabis becomes federally legal in the United States.