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Ransomware attack on construction company raises questions about federal contracts

A construction company that’s won millions of dollars worth of contracts with the military and other federal departments has been hit by a ransomware attack — raising questions about how…

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Elite talent: The private school education of NHL All-Stars

Of the 37 North American players named to this year’s NHL All-Star game or filling in as replacements, 15 — or 40 per cent —  attended private school. It’s a…

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Nestlé, world’s biggest food company, taps Manitoba for plant proteins

Winnipeg is about to become home to a plant that will supply the world’s largest food company with plant-based protein. Nestlé is partnering with Merit Functional Foods and Burcon NutraScience to…

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Greenpeace loses Norway Arctic oil lawsuit appeal

An Oslo appeals court approved Norway’s plans for more oil exploration in the Arctic on Thursday, dismissing a lawsuit by environmentalists who had said it violated people’s right to a…

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New virus could trigger travel sector woes akin to damage from SARS in 2003

A deadly new virus that emerged in China is raising concerns beyond the public health sphere as experts warn about the potential economic cost of a global outbreak that is…

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As U.S. threatens retaliation over digital taxes, Canada waits for OECD talks

As the U.S. continues to threaten other countries with retaliation if they proceed with a digital services tax, Canada’s trade minister says the question of how to ensure profitable search…

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Air bag woes force Honda, Toyota to recall 6M vehicles

Two different air bag glitches have forced Toyota and Honda to recall over six million vehicles worldwide, and both problems present different dangers to motorists. The Toyota recall affects about 3.4…

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Ontario Securities Commission chair and CEO Maureen Jensen to step down

The Ontario Securities Commission says Maureen Jensen will resign as chair and chief executive of the provincial regulator, effective April 15. The first woman to be named chair and CEO…

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Some layoffs at MEC but more permanent staff to be hired, CEO says in restructuring plan

Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) is laying off some of its 2,400 employees — but offering permanent positions to many of its casual workers — as it restructures in a bid to restore its…

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Inuit designers launch new line of parkas for Canada Goose

Canada Goose has launched a new collection of Inuit-made parkas.  The collection called Atigi 2.0 has 90 parkas made by 18 seamstresses who all live in Inuit Nunangat — Inuit…

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