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Dark web detectives and cannabis sommeliers: Here are some jobs that could exist in the future
Dozens of labour experts were recently asked to imagine possible jobs of the future. Some of the hypothetical professions on their list might surprise you.
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Foodora courier fed up with delivery company's efforts to put the brakes on unionization
Foodora workers' push to unionize in the gig economy is "really just the first battle in a much bigger war," says courier and union organizer Alex Kurth.
Mom, daughter kicked off Air Canada plane, not told they're banned from airline until it was too late
A Quebec woman wound up spending nearly $8,000 in airline tickets to fly herself and her daughter home after Air Canada kicked them off a plane and then didn't immediately inform them that they were banned from future Air Canada flights.
Canntrust managers cease trade while company works out regulatory problems with Health Canada
CannTrust Holdings Inc. says the Ontario Securities Commission has approved a management cease trade order as the cannabis producer works to deal with its regulatory problems with Health Canada.
Inter Pipeline bid highlights bright spot in Canada's oil sector
Cathay Pacific CEO resigns after Beijing pressure over employees in Hong Kong protests
CRTC lowers wholesale broadband rates to boost competition among providers
Men twice as likely to consume cannabis as women, StatsCan survey suggests
Home sales rise for 5th month in a row in July, prices up 4% in past year
Dashcams in cars proving helpful when bad things happen to good drivers
Canopy Growth shares fall 10% as cannabis company misses earnings expectations
Hibernia resuming production after 12,000-litre spill shut it down for nearly a month
Finance minister wants Equifax, Transunion to offer credit freezes for all Quebecers