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CBC News - Business

More unrest in Canada's airline industry as Sunwing pilots accuse company of negotiating in bad faith - The union that represents the pilots at discount airline Sunwing has filed an official complaint with Canada's Industrial Relations Board alleging that the company negotiated a recent labour deal in bad faith because it knew a sale of the airline to Westjet was pending. Pete Evans - Business - | 4 hours ago - |

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CN Rail workers ending strike action as parties agree to enter arbitration -- Politics

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Why your options may be limited if your employer wants you back in the workplace - Geoff Nixon - Business - | 11 hours ago - |

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Consumers and businesses tell Bank of Canada they expect high inflation to stick around -- Business

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MARKETPLACE -- Movers arrested after investigation; Air Canada cancels dozens of daily flights: CBC's Marketplace cheat sheet -- CBC Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week. -- Andrew Sampson -- Business

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Sales tax on seeds works against lower carbon footprint, expert and home growers say -- Canada's tax regime, which does not levy sales taxes on food no matter how far it has travelled before landing on Canadian store shelves, does impose sales taxes on seeds that people use to grow food in their own backyards. Some home growers say that compromises the federal government's efforts to lower the country's carbon footprint. -- Evan Dyer -- Politics -- |

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Google says it will erase U.S. user data about trips to abortion clinics - Google will automatically purge information about users who visit abortion clinics or other places that could trigger legal problems now that the U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door for states to ban the termination of pregnancies. World - | July 2

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95,000 GM vehicles unfinished in storage due to chip shortage -- Business -- |

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Canada's economy grew in April, but May contraction expected

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U.S. inflation may have peaked as consumer spending slows in May

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Do unions at Starbucks mean the labour movement is picking up steam? -- James Dunne -- |

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Air Canada to cancel dozens of daily flights this summer -- Business -- |

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U.S. communications regulator wants TikTok removed from app stores over spying concerns -- Pete Evans -- |

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Summer of labour unrest expected as inflation soars and contracts run out -- Laura McQuillan -- Business

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Risk of recession high but Alberta could avoid worst impacts, says Mark Carney - Joel Dryden - Canada - Calgary - | June 29 - |

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Airbnb makes ban on party houses permanent -- Business -- |

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Accounting firm EY to pay $100M US fine after auditors caught cheating on ethics exams -- Business -- |

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Bank regulator beefs up rules for some types of home loans -- Business -- |

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Tim Hortons latest company to pause Hockey Canada sponsorship over sex assault allegation - Joshua Clipperton - Sports - Hockey - | June 29 - |

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Missing baggage adds to chaos at Canadian airports -- Sophia Harris -- |

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Analysis - We're still waiting for this wage price spiral central bankers fear could send inflation soaring - Don Pittis - Business - | June 28 - |

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Did Russia just default on its foreign debt or not? Here's what we know -- Business -- |

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Parents, caregivers face new juggling act as employers evaluate work-from-home policies -- Geoff Nixon -- |

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Non-binary passengers call out airlines for not offering a 3rd gender option when booking flights -- Sophia Harris -- Business

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Stock markets end week on high note, after weeks of declines -- Business -- |

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Disney, other companies vow to cover employees' out-of-state abortions -- Jenna Benchetrit -- |

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Canadians are dispirited, cutting back on costs amid inflation highs: study -- Jenna Benchetrit -- |

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Technology layoffs show high-flying sector not immune from slowdown -- Pete Evans -- |

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