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Sports Illustrated to lay off most or all its staff

Sports Illustrated to lay off most or all its staff

News revealed in letter to employees after license to use its iconic brand name was revoked
What to know about the Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 jet that suffered a blowout

What to know about the Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 jet that suffered a blowout

Armstrong-Kamloops truck rack makers strike Dragons’ Den deal

Armstrong-Kamloops truck rack makers strike Dragons’ Den deal

Cory New and Rick Sauder of MULTY Rack Systems secured marketing capital in Thursday night TV episode
Lululemon’s diversity and inclusion efforts missing the mark says founder

Lululemon’s diversity and inclusion efforts missing the mark says founder

Chip Wilson says people in recent company adds look ‘unhealthy,’ ‘sickly’ and ‘not inspirational’
Businesses want Canada to crank up trade charm as U.S. election looms

Businesses want Canada to crank up trade charm as U.S. election looms

Group wants to convince Americans Canada is a boon to the U.S. economy
Tim Hortons unveils 3 more retro treats for its 60th anniversary

Tim Hortons unveils 3 more retro treats for its 60th anniversary

Restaurant chain reveals which three doughnuts will join Dutchie in returning to menu
Better watch out: Better Business Bureau warns of top 12 Christmas scams

Better watch out: Better Business Bureau warns of top 12 Christmas scams

Shop with caution in order to avoid the Grinch from biting into your holiday joy
$13.5B RBC takeover of HSBC Canada gets federal stamp of approval

$13.5B RBC takeover of HSBC Canada gets federal stamp of approval

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland greenlights deal, but with some caveats attached
Small pool of sugar refineries sweetens the stakes in B.C. labour battle

Small pool of sugar refineries sweetens the stakes in B.C. labour battle

Strike at Rogers Sugar refinery in Vancouver remains deadlocked 12 weeks in
Apple to stop selling watches in U.S. due to international patent dispute

Apple to stop selling watches in U.S. due to international patent dispute

Latest Apple Watches will no longer be available online tomorrow and in stores on Sunday