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Microsoft reportedly in talks to buy TikTok as Trump mulls ban on video sharing...

Even as Microsoft is reportedly in talks to buy TikTok, the United States is preparing to force Chinese company ByteDance to sell its U.S....

Ottawa extends commercial rent relief program known as CECRA into August

The federal government has extended Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA), its rent subsidy program to support small businesses, by another month. CBC News...

Canada’s GDP bounced back in May, but it was still 15% below where it...

Canada's economy expanded by 4.5 per cent in May, a strong bounceback from the low hit in April, but still 15 per cent below...

Air Canada posts $1.7B quarterly loss as COVID-19 walloped travel demand

Air Canada is reporting a $1.75 billion loss in its latest quarter as revenues plummeted 89 per cent as a result of the grounding...

3 charged in high-profile Twitter hack targeting Barack Obama, Bill Gates, others

A British man, a Florida man and a Florida teen hacked the Twitter accounts of prominent politicians, celebrities and technology moguls to scam people...

Struggling language schools launch bid to bring 40,000 foreign students to Canada for fall...

Facing financial ruin due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada's language schools have proposed an ambitious plan to bring 40,000 foreign students to Canada over...

Air Transat to cancel all flights from Western Canada to U.S., sun destinations this...

Air Transat plans to cancel all flights from Western Canada to sun destinations and the United States this winter, with refunds en route to...

DavidsTea will only reopen 18 stores in Canada, down from 186 before pandemic

DavidsTea's shift to selling primarily online will see the chain reopen 18 stores across Canada, a significant drop from the 186 it had before...

U.S. economy shrank at fastest pace on record last quarter

The U.S. economy contracted at its steepest pace since the Great Depression in the second quarter, as the COVID-19 pandemic shattered consumer and business...

Shaw launches mobile service for existing internet customers in Alberta and B.C.

Shaw is launching a wireless cellphone service for its customers in Alberta and British Columbia who buy high-speed broadband internet from the company. ...
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