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Restaurant Brands’ profit dragged lower as pandemic shutters Tim Hortons, other outlets

Restaurant Brands’ profit dragged lower as pandemic shutters Tim Hortons, other outlets

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A Tim Hortons employee hands out coffee from a drive-through window to a customer in Mississauga, Ont., on March 17, 2020. Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press Restaurant closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic have dragged down earnings for R

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Cellphones handle emergency alerts inconsistently depending on model and brand: CRTC study

Cellphones handle emergency alerts inconsistently depending on model and brand: CRTC study

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Canadians’ cellphones are widely inconsistent in how they deliver emergency alerts from government agencies, which could undermine the effectiveness of the national early-warning system, according to a new study by the federal telecom regulator. In r

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U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, labour market struggling as COVID-19 epidemic spreads

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, labour market struggling as COVID-19 epidemic spreads

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The number of Americans who signed up for first-time jobless benefits remained stuck above 1 million for the 20th straight week, in the clearest signal yet of a stalled economic rebound. Reuters The number of Americans seeking jobless benefit

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Facebook launches TikTok-like product inside Instagram

Facebook launches TikTok-like product inside Instagram

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Instagram on Aug. 5, 2020 added a new short-form video feature to the image-focused platform in a direct challenge to TikTok. LOIC VENANCE/AFP/Getty Images Facebook rolled out its own version of social media rival TikTok in the United Sta

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Artificial intelligence isn’t destroying jobs, it’s making them more inclusive

Artificial intelligence isn’t destroying jobs, it’s making them more inclusive

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A new world of work is on the horizon, driven by artificial intelligence. By 2025, the World Economic Forum predicts that 52 per cent of total task hours across existing jobs will be performed by machines. By 2030, up to 800 million jobs could be rep

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Opinion: Canada is good at sharing, but not growing, the economic pie

Opinion: Canada is good at sharing, but not growing, the economic pie

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It can be tempting to follow U.S. news and assume that Canada faces the same challenges as our neighbour when it comes to income inequality. However, the data do not support that assessment. Since the early 2000s, Canada has for the most part been ge

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With the end of CERB looming, what’s next for the unemployed?

With the end of CERB looming, what’s next for the unemployed?

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said last Friday that some CERB recipients will soon move over to the country’s Employment Insurance program. Jesse Johnston/The Canadian Press After billions in payments to millions of Canadians affected by

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Canadian Tire reports loss as pandemic closures offset gains online and at flagship stores

Canadian Tire reports loss as pandemic closures offset gains online and at flagship stores

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A Canadian Tire store is seen in North Vancouver on May 10, 2012. Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press Despite strong sales growth online and at its flagship Canadian Tire stores, retailer Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. reported a loss in its s

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As gold shines bright, silver should not be overlooked

As gold shines bright, silver should not be overlooked

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Some experts see the price of silver, currently at about US$25 an ounce, rising up to US$50 or even US$100. John Guillemin Silver, often called the “poor man’s gold,” has been shining brighter lately. Comex silver futures for September de

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How not to invest during a pandemic

How not to invest during a pandemic

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Someone whose portfolio choices are driven by ‘fear of missing out,’ or FOMO, is almost surely failing to adopt bedrock principles that financial advisors emphasize, such as diversification and taking a long-term view. iStockPhoto / Getty Im

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