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From the Treasury to restrooms, what the U.S. government shutdown has shut down
Visitors to national parks will be prevented from using the full-service restrooms. Tourists won’t be able to get into the National Air and Space Museum after Sunday. The Internal Revenue Service will stop issuing refunds, but it will also stop conducting audits.
Finance officials fretted over foreign ownership data as housing heated up, documents show
The chief concern, outlined in ministerial briefing notes obtained under the Access to Information Act, was the potential reluctance of real estate professionals who did business with foreign buyers to even respond to questions on the issue.
Government triggers NAFTA Chapter 19 over punitive U.S. import duties
The federal government has filed requests for panel reviews under NAFTA Chapter 19 to appeal final U.S. decisions to impose duties on imports of Bombardier C Series aircraft and softwood lumber from Canada.
As bitcoin sinks, crypto bros party hard on a blockchain cruise
When 600 cryptocurrency enthusiasts set sail from Singapore on Monday night for their second annual Blockchain Cruise, the price of Bitcoin was hovering comfortably above US$13,500.
Personal Investor: Life after debt – how to plot your retirement online
Dale Jackson looks at online retirement calculators.
Vancouver hoping to drive tourism with free public Wi-Fi expansion
Mayor Gregor Robertson says the substantial increase in free Wi-Fi access throughout the city's downtown core and surrounding areas supports Vancouver's tourism and economic success, and bolsters its status as "a leading Smart City."
Why some fear Amazon's HQ2 in Toronto would be a 'disaster' for Canadian tech
Tech leaders are pumping the brakes on any celebrations Toronto might be planning for making the Amazon HQ2 shortlist.