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As service refusals make headlines, experts say businesses usually in the wrong
Two Canadian businesses that recently made headlines for refusing customers have learned the hard way that there are few circumstances in which they can legally deny service to a patron. A teenage boy hoping to ...
Turkey increases tariffs on some US goods, escalating feud
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey said Wednesday it is increasing tariffs on some U.S. products like cars, alcohol, and coal — a move that is unlikely to have much economic impact but highlights the deteriorating relations with the U.S. in a feud that has ...
Global growth jitters sparked by Turkey send commodities and markets down
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index dropped Wednesday along with U.S. markets as a currency crisis in Turkey and disappointing indicators from China have sparked global growth fears and sent commodities prices falling. North American ...
US factory output rose solid 0.3 per cent in July
WASHINGTON — U.S. manufacturing output rose a solid 0.3 per cent last month, led by increased production of cars, electronics, and appliances. The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that overall industrial production — which includes output at mines and ...
White House admits error for false claim on black employment
WASHINGTON — The White House has admitted error for its false claim President Donald Trump created three times as many jobs for African-Americans than President Barack Obama. It was a rare acknowledgment of fault for an administration that frequently ...
Aecon Group receives approval to rejoin Gordie Howe bridge consortium
TORONTO — Aecon Group Inc. says it has received approval to rejoin the group selected as the preferred proponent to build and operate the Gordie Howe International Bridge. Aecon's request to rejoin its partners as part of the Bridging North America ...
Metro faces supplier pressure, expects higher grocery prices in the future
Customers of Metro Inc. should prepare themselves for higher prices as the Canadian grocery giant says it is facing pressure from suppliers to accept higher prices in light of the ongoing tariff dispute with the United States, its CEO ...
Second Cup says it may convert Ontario coffee shops to cannabis stores
OTTAWA — The Second Cup Ltd. says it is actively reviewing locations in Ontario for potential conversion to cannabis retail stores in light of policy changes in the province. The company's announcement comes after Ontario's Progressive Conservative ...
Constellation Brands spending $5 billion to increase stake in Canopy Growth
TORONTO — Global alcohol giant Constellation Brands will invest $5 billion in Canopy Growth Corp. — the largest strategic investment in the cannabis space to date — which the marijuana producer says will help it scale ...
Nexen reports 270,000-litre pipeline spill of produced water in northern Alberta
CALGARY — A month after being ordered to pay $750,000 in fines related to a 2015 pipeline leak, Nexen Energy is reporting a spill of 270,000 litres from a different pipeline at the same northern Alberta project. The Alberta Energy ...