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How ‘Black Owned Toronto’ went from an Instagram page to opening its first store

TORONTO — It’s been a whirlwind year for Kerin John since she created the “Black Owned Toronto” Instagram page last…

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USA

Josh Duggar wanted a career in politics before scandals but that has ‘come to a halt’, family friend reveals

EXCLUSIVE: Josh Duggar’s multiple scandals in the limelight, most recently his child pornography charges, have put an end to his…

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Business

As Bank of Canada readies rate call, documents suggest feds will watch closely

OTTAWA — Federal officials’ apparent lack of concern about the impact central bank actions have on managing government debt, shown…

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Dallas

CPAC in Dallas Was a Different Kind of Strange

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Business

Volvo to resume production at Virginia plant despite strike

DUBLIN, VA. — Volvo Trucks North America says it will restart production at a plant in southwestern Virginia on Monday…

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Business

China vows retaliation after U.S. blacklists companies

BEIJING — China on Sunday said it will take “necessary measures” to respond to the U.S. blacklisting of Chinese companies…

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Business

There’s a reason why hot dogs, buns don’t come in equal count packages

TORONTO — Heinz has launched an online campaign calling on companies to sell hot dog buns and wieners in equivalent…

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Business

This is why Canadians are paying more for peanut butter and other pantry staples

TORONTO — Food prices in Canada are continuing to climb and one expert says increases are starting to impact pantry…

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Business

EU fines 4 German car makers US$1B over emission collusion

BRUSSELS — The European Union handed down US$1 billion in fines to major German car manufacturers Thursday, saying they colluded…

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Business

Canadian auto sales surge nearly 52 per cent in Q2 after small increase in June

TORONTO — Canadian auto sales surged nearly 52 per cent in the second quarter from a year ago to mark…

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