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Gossip site Gawker will shut down next week
Goodbye to Gawker. Nick Denton's snarky gossip site will cease operations next week after Univision struck an agreement to acquire parent company Gawker Media Group out of bankruptcy.
Avoiding crazy is Canada's best economic strategy: Don Pittis
Trump and Brexit and activist monetary policy — never mind various destabilizing clashes — make Canada seem boring in a hair-raising world. Despite last week's gloomy economic data, Canada is about to prove that a little bit of boring is a big asset.
Ontario wineries frustrated by government obstacles
Small Ontario wineries and distilleries say they face a tangle of red tape and overwhelming taxes that make it too hard to serve consumers and build their businesses - and recent provincial changes are far too small to make a difference.
Loss of Canadian Wheat Board behind Churchill failure
The closure of the Port of Churchill and the fate of Manitoba’s northern rail line is not an accident due to economic circumstance: it was the inevitable result of eliminating the single-desk monopoly of the Canadian Wheat Board.
Sprite advert is being called out for slut-shaming
An new ad campaign for Sprite has raised more than a few eyebrows this week.
The new advert, running with the tagline, '#BrutallyRefreshing', has appeared on billboards in Ireland and on Irish websites.
It features such witty and definitely not sexi
Alberta's new haves and have-nots
It’s about the “haves” and the “have nots.” But in Alberta it’s not the rich business types versus exploited workers.
It’s about the fat cats with high-paying, secure, low-risk jobs in the public and quasi-public sector, versus the unemployed/underempl
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