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Postal workers strike mandate set to expire
Postal vans arrive at the post office in Halifax on Monday, May 30, 2011. It appears contract talks at Canada Post have stalled as a strike mandate...
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Postal union cancels news conference as strike deadline looms

Vanessa Lu

Canadian Union of Postal Workers had been expected to serve strike notice before mandate expires at...

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Business | Aug 24, 2016
Growing tomatoes

Local tomato growers live life in the red

Ontario field tomatoes don’t arrive until later in August, so most summer barbecues use hothouse varieties as burger...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Vanessa Lu
Business | Aug 21, 2016

Fast fashion isn’t fast enough

Only 10 per cent of brands today are responding in 90 days or less to trends in music, media and movies, says a global...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Francine Kopun
Columns | Aug 21, 2016
Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 lets you unlock your phone just by looking at it

The phone that made the phablet category gets an update

OurWindsor.Ca | by Raju Mudhar
Business | Aug 21, 2016
Lewis Hilsenteger

Toronto ‘unboxing’ pioneer a YouTube celebrity

Lewis Hilsenteger has turned a quirky hobby into big business with 5.3 million subscribers. His most famous video has been...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Geoffrey Vendeville
Business | Aug 21, 2016
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Canada's food truck expansion continues

Canada's food truck expansion continues as industry finds its place

Business | Aug 21, 2016

Five things to watch for in Canadian business

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Aug 20, 2016

Produce farmers get a reprieve from push to free market: Wells

Ontario Agriculture Minister Jeff Leal has called a halt to a plan to amend a key regulation of the Farm Products Marketing...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Wells
Aug 20, 2016

Canada Post doesn't answer contract questions

Canada Post union leaders left frustrated by lack of answers at annual meeting

Aug 19, 2016

Stock markets, loonie close in the red

Most stock markets, loonie turn negative during late morning trading

Aug 19, 2016

Canada Post fears retail competition for shipping

As the post office pins hopes on parcel business, executives worry about competition, even customers picking up own goods

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Vanessa Lu
Aug 19, 2016

General Electric and Hitachi selling their nuclear division

Three plants located in Peterborough, Toronto and Arnprior

Peterborough This Week | Add Comment | by This Week
Aug 19, 2016

A ‘big year’ for Mike Denney’s MDM music

Mike Denney and his talent stable are rising up the Canadian country music charts these days. His MDM music label performers...

Burlington Post | Add Comment | by Dennis Smith
Aug 19, 2016

BlackBerry’s outlook improves, renewing buyout speculation

Analysts say the company's turnaround is still a process, even with a boost from its Radar system and software strength

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michael Lewis
Aug 19, 2016

Production for Ford supercar built in Markham extended two more years

Long wait list for $400,000 supercar built in Markham

Markham Economist & Sun | Add Comment | by Amanda Persico
Aug 19, 2016

Moody's lifts 'negative' outlook on Barrick

Moody's lifts 'negative' outlook on Barrick, says progress made on debt load

Aug 19, 2016

Canada's inflation rate 1.3% in July: Statcan

Inflation rate 1.3% in July amid lower fuel prices, higher food costs: Statcan

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