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Tim Hortons protests sweep the nation after minimum-wage hike
Protesters picket a Tim Hortons in Toronto Friday as part of National Day of Action in Support of Tim Hortons workers. (Frank Gunn / THE CANADIAN PRESS).
Ont. premier criticizes Tim Hortons franchise owners: Workers aren't ...  CTV News
'Donuts not cuts' protest comes to Hamilton  Globalnews.ca
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Trump's e-commerce push would mean 25% lower prices, 300K jobs lost for Canada ...
U.S. President Donald Trump's push for higher duty-free limits on cross-border shipments would allow Canadians to save a bundle on U.S.
Rise in duty-free allowance could cost hundreds of thousands of jobs: study  CBC.ca
Latest expansion of Vancouver's free wi-fi network will city the city surpass ...
Soon the city of Vancouver will have one of the largest networks of free wi-fi in North America. RELATED STORIES. Yaletown launches free public Wi-Fi and solar-powered charging stations · Shaw hopes to establish free Wi-Fi access across Vancouver's ...
Vancouver hoping to drive tourism dollars with free public Wi-Fi expansion  National Post
Vancouver second best place in North America for movie makers to live and work  Voiceonline.com
Zoocheck calls for strong message from Alberta on ice-cream-eating bear
A Kodiak bear is fed ice cream in a Dairy Queen drive-thru in a screengrab from a video posted to Facebook by the Discovery Wildlife Park.
Wildlife charity Zoocheck urges strong message on Alberta's ice-cream ...  The Globe and Mail
Concerns raised about ice-cream-eating bear at drive-thru in Innisfail, Alta.  News Talk 650 CKOM
Turbine snaps in half in Chatham-Kent, MPP calls for halt of wind projects
A wind turbine in Chatham-Kent, Ont. has snapped in half, leading to calls from one area MPP to halt all wind projects. Cape Breton wind turbine snaps in half.
'Extreme load of some kind' may have caused damage, says expert  Chatham Daily News
Authorities Investigate Downed Wind Turbine  Windsor Square
'Prohibition-style' raids on BC whisky joints mean double trouble for single malts
Eliot Ness was nowhere to be seen and Tommy guns weren't flashed, but government agents nonetheless on Thursday raided multiple B.C.
$40000 in whisky seized from Commercial Drive restaurant in 'prohibition ...  Globalnews.ca
High-end whisky seized in BC bar raids  Fernie Free Press
Shoppers Drug Mart optimistic on pharmacies selling pot, signs 3rd supply deal
TORONTO - Shoppers Drug Mart has lined up a 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 ...
Shoppers Drug Mart signs third cannabis supply deal  Toronto Star
Nanaimo cannabis company signs deal with Shoppers Drug Mart  CBC.ca
Amazon hikes monthly Prime membership price by 20% in US but not in Canada
Amazon is hiking the monthly fee it charges its U.S. customers for Prime membership, but the change won't impact Canadians who all pay by the year.
Amazon hikes price of Prime service in US by $2  The Globe and Mail
Amazon Prime monthly fee goes up to $12.99, yearly fee remains at $99  Android Authority (blog)
Here's how the Canadian cities who placed unsuccessful bids for Amazon HQ2 ...
TORONTO - Amazon waded through 238 bids that included promises of hefty tax breaks and canoeing to work to narrow down a short list of some 20 candidates, including just one Canadian city - Toronto.
Strange ways Canadian cities made Amazon pitch  Sault Star
Does Toronto have what it takes to win Amazon's coveted HQ2?  CanadianManufacturing.com
What to expect from rising interest rates
Is now the time to lock in your mortgage? Here's what to look for when it comes to debt and saving. Though variable rate mortgages tend to be cheaper in the long run, their increased risk means choosing whether or not to sign up for one is a highly ...
Rising mortgage rates could mean even fewer homes for sale this spring  CNBC
Want to buy a home in 2018? Four economists predict mortgage rates  Philly.com