Thursday, April 26, 2018

U.S. officials question whether cannabis legalization will lead to border slowdowns

American officials have been quietly raising questions about whether Canada's marijuana legalization might slow traffic at the border, and are being told...

4 Stats Show Toronto Housing Hasn't Been Affected By Interest Hikes… Yet

The Toronto housing market has hit a cooling point since the Ontario government introduced a 15-per-cent foreign buyers' tax back in April. More recently,...

‘A question even I don’t know the answer to’: Poloz unsure of more rate...

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said he doesn't know the potential for...

Netflix original shows lure more new subscribers than expected

Netflix Inc. added more international subscribers than expected in the first quarter as a slate of original shows including Altered Carbon kept...

Air Transat failed passengers stuck on 2 flights at Ottawa airport, agency decides

The Canadian Transportation Agency has ruled Air Transat broke its agreement with passengers when it left them in two planes stranded on...

Facebook suspends data analytics firm that worked for Trump campaign

The Massachusetts attorney general said on Saturday her office was launching an investigation after reports that Cambridge Analytica had harvested private information...

Marijuana company Aphria met with TSX about guidance regarding U.S. business

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Unifor says it has left Canadian Labour Congress over dispute

​Unifor, the largest private sector union in Canada, says it is splitting with the Canadian Labour Congress over disagreements about the rights...

From mortgages to NAFTA, the Bank of Canada shows it has real political clout:...

Last week's rumours that U.S. President Donald Trump was axing NAFTA showed just how much power the Bank of Canada wields. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/bank-of-canada-interest-rate-decision-1.4483202?cmp=rss

Condo country: Almost 1 in 7 Canadians live in condominiums, census data reveals

According to data from the 2016 census released Wednesday, 13.3 per cent of Canadian households live in a condominium — a ratio...

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