EXCLUSIVE: A controversial Canadian mining company in Peru

Ottawa has decided to keep an eye on Canadian companies abroad. In January, the federal government...
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WestJet flight attendants claim they are paid less than the minimum wage

Some WestJet flight attendants claim that the airline usually pays its crew less than the minimum...
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Investors Ready to Buy Toys “R” Us Canadian Stores

The Toys “R” Us receivables have received several non-binding offers to buy the Canadian division of...
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Toys R Us Canada remains open despite the closure of US stores

Toys R Us continues to operate in Canada, although the toy chain is poised to close...
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Compensation for the bosses of the big five Canadian banks has climbed

Major executives of Canada’s five largest banks received approximately $53.6 million in compensation during the last...
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Molson Brewery workers avoid strike

Workers at the Molson plant in Montreal, affiliated with the Teamsters Union, accepted 55% of their...
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NAFTA at the heart of milk producers’ concerns in some parts of Canada

Dairy farmers are refusing to see supply management as a bargaining chip in the NAFTA renewal...
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Canadian Companies Cracking Down On Psychological Harassment

Sexual harassment denunciations last fall have led to a lot of awareness in the workplace. The...
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Canada and Mexico Exempt from Steel and Aluminum Tariffs in the United States

Canada and Mexico will be exempt from tariffs on steel and aluminum exported to the United...
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Demers Ambulances acquires American manufacturer Braun Industries

The Quebec ambulance manufacturer Demers Ambulances doubles its size by acquiring the American company Braun Industries,...
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