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Rising Vancouver prices prompt real estate refugees to relocate to St. John’s

John Duchow and Marla Clarke say they dreamed of buying a home in Vancouver. But when prices kept outpacing their savings, the pair became "real estate ref...

U.S. senator seeks SEC probe of Yahoo disclosure on hacking

Democratic Senator Mark Warner on Monday asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether Yahoo and its senior executives fulfilled obli...

Maps to help drivers find parking spaces

Maps to help drivers find parking spaces Image copyright Here Audi, BMW and Mercedes Benz cars fitted with on-board sensors are to share information in real tim...

Finance Minister Bill Morneau begins pre-budget talks

The government is beginning a lengthy process to consult Canadians on the next federal budget. Finance Minister Bill Morneau is holding a media availability at ...

‘Think big:’ Finance Minister Bill Morneau begins pre-budget talks

The government is beginning a lengthy process to consult Canadians on the next federal budget. Finance Minister Bill Morneau held a media availability today and...

How people use their phones in bed

Media playback is unsupported on your device How people use their phones in bed 26 September 2016 Last updated at 12:43 BST Fifteen million people in the UK are...

Round 2 of Canadian auto talks begin between Unifor and Fiat Chrysler

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles goes on the hot seat today as it sits down to negotiate a new contract with the 9,750 members of its Canadian unionized workforce. Ori...

Named in the Panama Papers? Don’t expect any sympathy from the tax man

Canadians implicated in the Panama Papers shouldn't expect any leniency from the tax man at this point, the Canada Revenue Agency says. Original Article

TransCanada bids $848M US to buy rest of Columbia Pipeline Partnership

TransCanada Corp. is offering about $848 million US cash to buy all the equity in Columbia Pipeline Partners LP that it doesn't already own, strengthening ...

UK ‘has never been more addicted to smartphones’

UK 'has never been more addicted to smartphones' Image copyright grinvalds, thinkstock If you've ever woken up in the middle of the night and imm...

Lab research shows inflation may be all in your mind: Don Pittis

Some economists worry that a glut of money in the world has set the stage for a long-term burst of inflation. But Canadian lab work backs the idea that it'...

Biometrics not yet ready to protect you from the Yahoo hack

Biometric security measures like fingerprint readers and eye scanners have grown in popularity, but one expert say it'll be a long time before they replace...

Samsung delays restarting sales of its Galaxy Note 7 in S Korea

Samsung delays restarting sales of its Galaxy Note 7 in S Korea Image copyright Getty Images Samsung has said it will delay restarting the sale of its Galaxy No...

Smartphone locks cracked by Israel’s Cellebrite

Media playback is unsupported on your device Smartphone locks cracked by Israel's Cellebrite 26 September 2016 Last updated at 00:01 BST An Israeli firm sa...

Saving Eurovision

The firm that protects both banks and the Eurovision Song contest Image copyright Cloudflare Image caption Matthew Prince's job has made him some enemies W...

Is the party over for free wi-fi in cafes?

Media playback is unsupported on your device Is the party over for free wi-fi in cafes? 25 September 2016 Last updated at 23:48 BST Many of us take free wi-fi i...

GM workers accept tentative agreement

Unionized workers at General Motors have accepted a new contract with the auto giant. Unifor, which represents the workers, says 64.7 per cent of the members wh...

Man injured by Air Canada trolley frustrated with airline’s response

An Ottawa man who says he was injured by a runaway food trolley on an Ottawa-bound Air Canada flight wants the airline to rethink how it handles complaints. He ...

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