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From cutting carbon emissions to cutting pay when you move: how much does it cost you?
The goal of getting to net-zero carbon emissions has been talked about for years. But what would that goal cost us, both individually and as a country? And are Canadians willing to pay that price? Tracy Johnson explains the $2 trillion task ahead of us.
The Hudson's Bay Company owned the Zellers trademark for decades. But a few months ago, the trademark expired. Then — someone else tried to register it before HBC could (oops). So who owns the brand name anyway? Producer Anis Heydari talks to the Quebec businessman who says "c’est à moi", and a trademark expert who says maybe not.
And thanks to remote working, some Canadians have moved from more expensive cities to places with a lower cost of living. But what about salary? Producer Brandie Weikle looks at whether you also expect to take a cut in pay if you move to a more economical job market.