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Ont. premier criticizes Tim Hortons franchise owners: Workers aren't 'pawns'
TORONTO -- Ontario's premier is accusing the owners of a Tim Hortons franchise of using their employees as pawns to push back against her government's hike to the minimum wage.
Tim Hortons' response undermines health  Toronto Star
Tim Hortons protests expand beyond Ontario, with 50 rallies planned across ...  Financial Post
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Supreme Court orders 2nd look at complaint about airline bumping obese passengers
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) to take another look at a complaint about how Delta Air Lines deals with obese passengers.
Watchdog must revisit complaint of Delta discrimination against obese people ...  The Globe and Mail
Trump may be X factor in Amazon's big decision on headquarters No. 2
Amazon's inclusion of Canada's largest city on a list of 20 finalists for a massive new campus could escalate tensions between the tech giant and U.S.
Amazon HQ2 cities: Here are some of the biggest snubs  CNNMoney
Amazon HQ2 Shortlist: Details On The 20 Finalists In $5B Sweepstakes  Forbes
Amazon hikes price of Prime service in US by $2
In this Dec. 20, 2017, file photo, a clerk works at the Amazon Prime warehouse in New York. Mark Lennihan/AP. Aishwarya Venugopal.
Amazon Raises Monthly Prime Membership Fees By 18 Percent  PYMNTS.com
Amazon raises monthly Prime price in US  BBC News
Alberta investigating ice-cream-eating bear at Dairy Queen drive-thru
The province is investigating a video that shows a Kodiak bear from a central Alberta zoo being taken through a fast-food drive-thru and being hand-fed ice cream by the restaurant's owner.
Zoocheck calls for strong message from Alberta on ice-cream-eating bear  TheChronicleHerald.ca
This Bear Drove to Dairy Queen For Her Birthday, and It Is the Best  Food & Wine
Shoppers Drug Mart optimistic on pharmacies selling pot, signs 3rd supply deal
TORONTO -- Shoppers Drug Mart has lined up its third cannabis supply agreement as part of its ambition to dispense the drug amid what experts say is increasing support among pharmacists to distribute medical pot and expectations that the regulatory ...
BC cannabis producer signs supply deal with Shoppers Drug Mart  Business in Vancouver
Tilray Canada signs deal to supply medical marijuana to Shoppers Drug Mart  CHEK
Was Hamilton's Amazon bid a waste of time and money ?
After Thursday's announcement that Hamilton did not make the short list for potential sites for the new Amazon headquarters, dubbed HQ2, it didn't take long for social media critics to come out firing, claiming that the entire exercise was a waste of ...
Strange ways Canadian cities made Amazon pitch  Sault Star
'Let's not be giddy' about making Amazon's HQ2 shortlist ...  CBC.ca
'Explosive' US oil output growth seen outpacing Saudis, Russia
U.S. oil production is booming and is forecast to top that of heavyweight Saudi Arabia and rival Russia this year, a global energy agency said Friday.
Oil is falling today because the IEA warned supplies from outside OPEC ...  Financial Post
Market report: Oil slips off multi-year highs as IEA predicts 'explosive ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Bank of Canada's pledge to raise rates gradually may prolong nation's debt binge
OTTAWA - It will take longer than expected for Canadian rate hikes to discourage consumer spending or spark deleveraging as most homeowners are sheltered from mortgage renewal risk until 2019 - and cheap loans are still available, economists said on ...
BUSINESS REPORT – Bank of Canada rate hike sinks in twenty-four hours later  Globalnews.ca
Bank of Canada raises interest rates again  Richmond News
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales hit record high in November
Higher motor vehicle assembly output helped push Canada's overall manufacturing sales up in November, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Manufacturing sales hit record high in November: Statistics Canada  CTV News
Manufacturing sales post biggest gain since March 2015  The Globe and Mail