Business

Ontario’s unemployment rate hit its best mark in 18 years last month, according to a Statistics Canada labour force survey released last week. This historic mark comes seven months after the province raised its minimum...

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While Saudi Arabia is putting pressure on its students to leave, Canada is not. This leaves the student with a legal dilemma about their visa statuses. ...

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The employment rate in Canada rose in July according to a survey conducted by Statistics Canada....

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Humber College has signed five-year partnership agreement with SEW-EURODRIVE to develop the skills and bring more practical experience to students....

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Greyhound Canada announced on July 9 it will be cutting services in the western provinces, primarily affecting smaller rural communities who rely on the busses to get to the city....

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Starbucks has announced it will eliminate plastic straws from all locations by the year 2020 but some environmentalists say this is only a small step for plastic reduction....

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An expanding partnership between Humber College and non-profit organization WorkInCulture is providing opportunities for students to develop their business skills....

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On July 1, U.S. President Donald Trump will impose a 25 per cent tariff on U.S. steel, and 10 per cent on U.S. aluminum. ...

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The Albion Library in Etobicoke is packed today as a crowd awaits Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a town hall discussing youth unemployment in Canada....

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A Canadian trade expert said the failed NAFTA negotiations are at the heart of the issue on tariffs U.S. President Donald Trump has imposed on Canada....

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