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Toronto must improve transit to keep growing as financial services hub: report

Toronto needs to improve its road and transit infrastructure if it is to keep growing as a centre for financial services headquarters, according to a new report.

Posted on 9-10-2014 at 11:17 AM
British Columbia projects wider surplus in Q1 budget report

British Columbia projects wider surplus in Q1 budget report

British Columbia said its projected budget surplus will widen to $266 million in the fiscal year that began in April, reflecting stronger tax revenue.

Posted on 9-09-2014 at 2:34 PM

Spare some change? Canadian Tire money goes digital

Canadian Tire’s funny money is going digital, as the retailer announced an expansion of its rewards program with the introduction of a mobile app to complement its existing Canadian Tire...

Posted on 9-09-2014 at 4:51 PM

Ontario wine makers urge VQA to reformulate certification process

Some wine makers in Ontario are challenging a provincial certification system that they say causes wines to be formulaic and makes it harder to promote unique local tastes.

Posted on 9-08-2014 at 7:35 AM

Canadian dollar weakens after unexpected August jobs decline

The Canadian dollar weakened against most of its major peers after the nation unexpectedly lost jobs last month, bolstering the case the central bank made earlier this week for waiting to...

Posted on 9-05-2014 at 4:07 PM

Toronto film fest’s glitzy makeover lures back griping fans

Movie fans might shell out $20 and wait in line at a film festival to indulge their love of the big screen. Those willing to spend $1 million in Toronto get something altogether different.

Posted on 9-04-2014 at 5:03 PM

B.C. teachers' strike: Clark says province has to 'stand firm'

B.C. Premier Christy Clark has weighed in on the teachers' strike again, stating that, while no one wants to see students locked out of their classrooms, the province has to "stand firm."

Posted on 9-03-2014 at 7:46 AM

First day of school cancelled as B.C. teachers’ strike drags on

The first day of classes has been cancelled for B.C. students and a $300-million gulf remains between teachers’ demands and the government’s latest offer, but Education Minister Peter...

Posted on 9-02-2014 at 10:58 AM

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