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Ontario's private sector retail cannabis plan draws pot industry approval
Several cannabis companies and business groups are applauding the Ontario government's new plan to add private retailers to its plans for the sale of recreational pot in the province.
Waiting to see if declines in real estate sales translate into falling prices: Don Pittis
The latest numbers from the Canadian Real Estate Association will offer clues on whether falling sales will translate into price declines.
Hydro One gets new board of directors after mass resignation
A new board of directors has been appointed to Hydro One Ltd. just over a month after its chief executive retired and the entire board resigned en masse.
Bayer shares plunge after Roundup hit with $289M lawsuit over cancer link
Bayer shares plunged as much as 14 per cent on Monday, losing about $14 billion in value, after newly acquired Monsanto was ordered to pay $289 million in damages in the first of possibly thousands of U.S. lawsuits over alleged links between a weedkiller and cancer.
Elon Musk says talking to Saudi fund, others on Tesla buyout
Turkish lira loses another 7% as economic crisis deepens
Ensign Energy Services makes $470M hostile takeover offer for Trinidad Drilling
Ontario to allow private retailers to sell cannabis, province will handle online sales
VF Corp., following millions of consumers, will shed its denim
Experts warn Canada is not immune to global financial contagion: Don Pittis
LNG: Why these 3 letters — and $40B — could change the course of Canada's energy sector
Canadian residents hit by Trump tax dealt a new blow
Why boycotting Canadian wheat is likely to backfire for Saudi Arabia
Aeroplan adds airlines and buck a beer falls flat: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
Unionized Quebec Tim Hortons workers unhappy with deal that cuts paid breaks