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Plamen Petkov, Ontario vice-president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, speaks with National Revenue Minister Kerry-Lynne Findlay...
Aug 31, 2014 | Add Comment | Mississauga News

Revenue minister visits Mississauga to tout tax pilot project for small businesses

Chris Clay

MISSISSAUGA – The federal government is touting a new pilot project being tested in Ontario and...

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Canada | Aug 31, 2014

Coffee and kittens: Cat cafe opens in Montreal

Coffee and kittens: Cat cafe in Montreal claims to be North America's first

Business | Aug 30, 2014
Barbarian Sports

One year after near death, Barbarian is hiring again

The clattering of sewing machines on the large shop floor in the plant on Trillium Drive is a good sign of life.

Waterloo Region Record
Business | Aug 30, 2014
Tim Horton's CEO set to sell Burger King's takeover offer

Tim Horton's CEO set to sell Burger King's takeover offer

The new company that will combine Tims and Burger King doesn’t have a name yet, but the sales pitch is underway

OurWindsor.Ca | by Lisa Wright
Business | Aug 30, 2014
Labour Day Classic: Will delays blunt the economic impact of Hamilton’s new stadium?

Labour Day Classic: Will delays blunt the economic impact of Hamilton’s new stadium?

Tiger-Cats have finally replaced Ivor Wynne Stadium, but recouping taxpayers’ money will take time and good luck

OurWindsor.Ca | by Morgan Campbell
Ontario | Aug 29, 2014

Porter puts Toronto terminal up for sale

Porter Aviation puts Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport terminal up for sale

Canada | Aug 29, 2014

Gov't to end fees for paper bills: Moore

Federal legislation will end fees for getting monthly bills on paper: minister

Aug 29, 2014

Life of a pot-store owner: Guards and cash

For a legal pot-store owner in the U.S., life still includes armed guards, cash

Aug 28, 2014

Wynne, Clark announce Ontario, B.C. wine deal is near

Protectionism, LCBO have been hurdles to internal trade between provinces

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
Aug 28, 2014

Telecom giants talk paper bill fees at CRTC

Regulator asks telecoms to come up with a plan for dealing with paper bill fees

Aug 28, 2014

Dating site for cheaters sues South Korea

Canadian dating site for married people seeking affairs sues South Korea

Aug 28, 2014

Holt Renfrew to close stores in Quebec City, Ottawa

While it is in expansion mode across Canada, Holt Renfrew has decided to close two smaller stores, in Ottawa and Quebec City

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Francine Kopun
Aug 27, 2014

Action Line: Your ‘term’ contract pays for your cellphone: know what you are paying for

Nothing in life is free and that includes cellphones. Know what you are buying.

Hamilton Spectator | 1 Comment | by Al MacRury
Aug 27, 2014

Tim Hortons deal could spark ‘inversion’ frenzy

The perception that rules may be amended “has created a sense of urgency” on the part of corporations, including some facing...

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment | by Michael Lewis
Aug 27, 2014

Nuclear waste site is rock solid, says OPG

The geology for a proposed nuclear waste site near Kincardine “doesn’t get much better than this” says Ontario Power...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by John Spears
Aug 27, 2014

Debt is keeping millennials up at night

A new study reveals a generation stressed out about debt

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Francine Kopun
Aug 27, 2014

Most claimants lose appeals over EI benefits

Most claimants lose EI appeals; dismissal rate remains high in new system

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