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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and family heading to B.C. on vacation this week

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau and his family are vacationing in British Columbia for just over a week, the Prime Minister's Office says. The PMO is not specifying where they will be staying, but says they...

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,275.27, up 69.29): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Up 87 cents, or 2.09 per...

A timeline of events leading up to the new B.C. port deal

The union representing about 7,400 port workers in British Columbia has announced its members have ratified a new agreement with employers to end their long-running labour dispute. Here is a timeline...

Tilray to buy eight beer brands from Anheuser-Busch, tripling its beverages on tap

Tilray Brands Inc. is expanding its case of craft brews, announcing a deal to buy eight beer and beverage brands from Anheuser-Busch Companies LLC. In a filing with the U.S.

Union vote begins on B.C. port deal that could end months-long dispute

A union vote among British Columbia port workers is underway to determine the fate of a deal with employers that could bring their long-running industrial dispute to an end.

Researcher warns against intervention as B.C. port workers conclude contract vote

A labour researcher says he hopes the federal government doesn't rush to intervene in British Columbia's port dispute, even if union members reject a tentative deal with employers today.

National employment numbers for July from Statistics Canada, at a glance

OTTAWA — A quick look at Canada's July employment (numbers from the previous month in brackets): Unemployment rate: 5.5 per cent (5.4) Employment rate: 62.0 per cent (62.2) Participation rate: 65.6...

Telus announces 6,000-person layoff after Q2 saw 61% drop in net income

VANCOUVER — Telus Corp. says it is cutting 6,000 jobs. The Vancouver-based telecommunications company says the cut includes 4,000 workers at its main Telus business and another 2,000 at Telus...

Cyberattack on B.C. health websites may have taken workers' personal information

A cyberattack on three websites hosted by the Health Employers Association of British Columbia may have seized personal information associated with 240,000 email addresses of health-care workers

Labour experts urge caution ahead of union vote that could end B.C. port dispute

Labour observers are urging caution ahead of a union vote that could end the long-running B.C. port dispute this week, saying there's a history of union members rejecting deals struck at the...