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Business - New study finds less than 1 per cent of Canadian corporate leaders are Black - Corporate Knights surveyed Canada's largest companies to find out what they're going to do about it. 1 day ago

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Airbus CEO urges better EU coordination on restarting air travel

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Facebook confronts civil rights complaints it put off for years

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Luckin Coffee shareholders vote to remove chairman

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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

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Growing with the sun: Cannabis companies look to outdoor cultivation

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U.K. looking closely at Huawei's use in 5G, minister says

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Libya's oil exports set to drop this month as blockade continues

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While most businesses suffer, the pandemic has only increased the frightening dominance of Facebook, Apple, Google and other giants

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How a growing corporate debt bomb is threatening Canada's recovery from COVID-19

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Canada must keep the border closed until the U.S. can prove it has the virus under control

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Virtual care and other fixes for the COVID-19 long-term-care catastrophe

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The cure for the social trauma left by COVID-19? Finally putting the needs of people first -- Jun. 25, 2020

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How to fix Toronto's housing affordability crisis? Four urban planning students share their solutions -- Jun. 04, 2020

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Business -- This 26-year-old couple loves Toronto, but now they have a baby and want a house. On a single income of $70,000, is it time to leave the city? -- Jan. 13, 2020

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Personal Finance -- Five ways to improve your financial position by becoming money smart -- Jan. 27, 2020

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Business -- They're 26, make $113,000 and they're expecting a baby. Can they afford a home? -- Mar. 03, 2020

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Millennial Money -- This 33-year-old marketing specialist makes $72,000. She just bought a home and wants to get married in 2021. How can she pay for her wedding?

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Personal Finance -- What's your plan when CERB or EI runs out? Here's some advice

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SMART MONEY -- Did you manage to resist selling your stocks during the crash? Good. But now might be the time to do it -- Jun. 23, 2020

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Canada's film and TV industry should be getting back to business — but no insurers are willing to provide COVID-19 coverage

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For the EU, banning American tourists is the easy part

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Coronavirus brings American decline out in the open

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Real Estate -- Home sales are down 69% — is this a once-in-a-decade chance to get into Toronto's housing market?

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Real Estate -- Toronto region home sales suddenly tumble by 69%

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Real Estate -- Rental relief could come for tenants once city is on the other side of COVID-19

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Business -- Toronto home prices could still increase this year, despite pandemic fears

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Real Estate -- Borrowing to buy a house? Mortgage rates to fall following Bank of Canada rate cut

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Real Estate -- As foreign buyers return, luxury condo prices are set to surge in Toronto

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A third of brands set to halt social media spending, survey says

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Netflix to shift $100 million of cash into Black-owned banks

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Facebook will label all voting-related posts, not just Trump -- Jun. 26, 2020

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Nike to cut jobs in its push to sell more directly to consumers -- Jun. 26, 2020

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Unilever to halt U.S. ads on Facebook and Twitter for rest of 2020 -- Jun. 26, 2020

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Amazon buys driverless startup Zoox, cites ride-hailing prowess -- Jun. 26, 2020

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Reinventing an event for the pandemic world

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David Olive: Canada was unprepared when it came to protective equipment and data — will we be ready for a COVID-19 vaccine?

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Cineplex sues former buyer Cineworld, seeking damages over failed deal

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Cirque du Soleil creditors oppose recovery strategy proposed by owners

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Quebec government suspends all advertising on Facebook during July

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Saskatchewan expanding visits to long-term care homes during COVID-19 pandemic

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S&P/TSX composite ends solid week directionless with U.S. markets closed

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Greater Vancouver home sales start to tick up, with prices holding steady

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Politics, pandemics and Russian aluminum: why Canada faces fresh U.S. tariffs

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Canada restricts dealings with Hong Kong over new security law

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Facebook, Twitter, Google face free-speech test in Hong Kong

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English pubs are reopening - they won't be the same

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Budweiser brewer shuts taps at post-lockdown London office

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Ottawa-based Kinaxis surges to record high

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Fashion retailers confront consumer shifts amid 'long slow ramp' to new normal

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Organigram lays off 220 workers, will cultivate less cannabis than expected

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Le Chateau starts work on producing 500,000 hospital gowns in Canada

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Big Three gain market share while auto sales down but rebounded in June

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Airlines have ended social distancing on flights — health experts say that's 'wildly inappropriate' and could lead to second wave

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'They are buying everything': Cottage sales surge by as much as 25 per cent as Torontonians flee the city

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North American stock market celebrations of U.S. jobs report muted by COVID cases

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Stocks rise on jobs data, S&P 500 ends week with solid gain

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July added to COVID-19 commercial rent-relief program

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