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P.E.I. impaired driver has accident with daughter in vehicle
Overnight stays in P.E.I. down from 2017, despite gains at entry points
City workers' vehicles damaging Charlottetown boardwalk
Police looking for item stolen from vehicle in Stratford
TIAPEI conference and gala goes Oct. 24-25 in Charlottetown
Free breakfast for West Prince business owners at Mill River Oct. 17
P.E.I. chef Lucy Morrow to cook for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, CEOs
Immigrant entrepreneur Olivier Bertrand will be guest speaker as part of P.E.I.s Co-op and Small Business Week
P.E.I.'s Ray Murphy receives Pillar of Pharmacy award
B.C. receives 173 cannabis shop applications but only one store opening Oct. 17
VICTORIA — British Columbia's public safety minister says the government has received 173 applications for cannabis retail outlets, but only one approved store will open Wednesday when marijuana sales become legal in Canada. Mike Farnworth says ...
North American markets mixed as technology stocks weigh, loonie rises
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was trading up slightly in mid-morning as gold and cannabis stocks traded up, while U.S. markets were mixed as technology stocks traded lower. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 14.75 points at ...
Companies optimistic even before new continental trade pact: Bank of Canada
OTTAWA — A new Bank of Canada poll suggested Monday that companies are optimistic about the year ahead — especially when it comes to sales growth, foreign demand and their investment plans. The quarterly survey was ...
Better wages, job protection, in new contract with big Manitoba grocer
WINNIPEG — About 3,500 workers at Superstore, Extra Foods, and No Frills stores in Manitoba have ratified a new contract with Loblaw. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 832 says in a statement posted to its website that the five-year agreement ...
Court tosses DeLorean widow's 'Back to the Future' lawsuit
NEWARK, N.J. — A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the widow of automaker John DeLorean over royalties stemming from the "Back to the Future" movies. Sally DeLorean claimed a Texas company using the DeLorean name had illegally accepted ...
US eyes military bases for coal, gas exports
BILLINGS, Mont. — The Trump administration is considering using West Coast military bases or other federal properties as transit points for shipments of U.S. coal and natural gas to Asia as officials seek to bolster the domestic energy industry and ...
US retail sales gain a weak 0.1 per cent in August
WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer spending edged up a slight 0.1 per cent in September, a disappointing performance in which rebounding auto sales were offset by weakness in other areas. The Commerce Department said Monday that the scant gain in September ...
Items owned by Colonel Sanders to be auctioned next month
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Some items given to Colonel Harland Sanders' driver and friend are being auctioned next month, including one of the Kentucky Fried Chicken founder's white suits and matching Stetson hat. Heritage Auctions of Dallas said in a news ...
Canopy Growth buying U.S. hemp research firm Ebbu in deal worth more than $425M
SMITH FALLS, Ont. — Canopy Growth Corp. has signed a deal to buy Ebbu Inc., a Colorado-based hemp researcher, in a stock-and-cash deal worth more than $425 million. Under the agreement, Canopy will pay $25 million in cash and issue 6,221,210 ...
Automated cars could kill wide range of jobs, federal documents say
OTTAWA — Internal government documents say more than one million jobs could be lost to the coming boom in automated vehicles, with ripple effects far beyond the likeliest professions. A federal presentation predicts automation could kill ...