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Seafood fraud: 5 ways to avoid buying fraudulent fish when shopping, dining

Seafood fraud: 5 ways to avoid buying fraudulent fish when shopping, dining

A new investigation into seafood fraud in Canada found 44 per cent of nearly 400 fish samples tested from retailers and restaurants in five Canadian cities were not what the label claimed.
Thomson Reuters offers to buy back US$9B of its outstanding common shares

Thomson Reuters offers to buy back US$9B of its outstanding common shares

TORONTO — Thomson Reuters Corp. says it is offering to buy back up to US$9 billion of its outstanding common shares, representing about 31 per cent of its issued and outstanding shares.
Silicon Valley's Jumio launches AI lab in Montreal to hone ID verification

Silicon Valley's Jumio launches AI lab in Montreal to hone ID verification

MONTREAL — Jumio has opened an artificial intelligence lab in Montreal, adding to the city's ranks of machine-learning firms.
Iran asks UN's highest court to suspend US sanctions

Iran asks UN's highest court to suspend US sanctions

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Iran warned Monday that re-imposed U.S.
Plans on making untraceable 3D guns can't be posted online

Plans on making untraceable 3D guns can't be posted online

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B.C.'s new rules for provincial infrastructure projects challenged in court

VANCOUVER — The Independent Contractors and Business Association is asking the B.C. Supreme Court to strike down the provincial government's new hiring model for taxpayer-funded construction projects.
Kushner Cos. fined $210K by New York for false documents

Kushner Cos. fined $210K by New York for false documents

NEW YORK — The Kushner family real estate company was fined $210,000 by New York City regulators on Monday following an Associated Press investigation earlier this year that showed it routinely filed false documents with the city claiming it had no r
Air Canada, WestJet raising checked baggage fee to $30 for lowest-fare passengers

Air Canada, WestJet raising checked baggage fee to $30 for lowest-fare passengers

MONTREAL — Many Canadians will be forced to spend a little more to travel after Air Canada and WestJet Airlines Ltd. said they are increasing fees for passengers to check their bags.
TREB looking to 'protect' home sales data, despite realtors already posting it

TREB looking to 'protect' home sales data, despite realtors already posting it

TORONTO — The Toronto Real Estate Board is studying ways to ensure Greater Toronto Area home sales data is "protected," as realtors have rushed to publish the numbers, some of whom posted them publicly, without requiring a password for access.
Markets rise on announcement of trade 'understanding' between U.S. and Mexico

Markets rise on announcement of trade 'understanding' between U.S. and Mexico

TORONTO — North American markets moved higher Monday after the U.S. and Mexico announced they had reached a preliminary trade accord, prompting the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq composite to set new all-time highs.