Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Australia plane crash: Canadian pilot and Compass Group CEO, 4 family members killed

A prominent British businessman and four members of his family died in a seaplane crash in Australia that also claimed the life...

Australia plane crash: Canadian pilot and Compass Group CEO, 4 others killed

A prominent British businessman and four members of his family died in a seaplane crash in Australia that also claimed the life...

Women’s reluctance to join bitcoin boom might be a sign it’s a bubble waiting...

Bitcoin, and the world of cryptocurrency, is a boys' club, say some experts, and that should be cause for concern. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/bitcoin-s-gender-divide-could-be-a-bad-sign-experts-say-1.4458884?cmp=rss

New year rings in changes to laws, taxes, wages

From minimum wage hikes to carbon tax increases, from new immigration rules to bans on toxic products, here are some of the...

Why old-fashioned bank drafts could leave you on the hook for big bucks

Bank drafts are touted as a secure means of payment. But if they're lost, stolen, altered or damaged, it's often not the...

How $80 oil could be bad for Calgary diversification

Adam Legge, who recently left the Calgary Chamber of Commerce after seven years with the organization, explains why Calgary's diversification efforts could...

Even if it is ‘peak beer,’ is there still a play to be made...

While concerns are floating about whether the craft brewing industry in Canada has hit 'peak beer,' the enthusiasm hasn't gone away. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/beer-craft-brewing-1.4455032?cmp=rss

Federal consumer agency delays report on Canadian banks’ sales practices

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada won't be releasing the results of its review of business practices among Canada's major banks by...

Shares of several Canadian cannabis companies temporarily halted on TSX

Several Canadian cannabis companies had their stocks temporarily halted on the Toronto Stock Exchange early Friday afternoon due to volatile swings in...

Trump trains crosshairs on favourite target, again – Amazon

President Donald Trump returned to a favourite target Friday, saying that the U.S. Postal Service should charge Amazon.com more money to ship...

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