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CN workers back union strike mandate as contract talks for 3,000 employees continue

CN workers back union strike mandate as contract talks for 3,000 employees continue

MONTREAL — CN workers backed a strike vote with negotiations set to resume on a contract for around 3,000 Canadian employees.
Air travellers face higher airport fees following pandemic disruptions

Air travellers face higher airport fees following pandemic disruptions

TORONTO — Canadian travellers are facing increased airport fees after the pandemic grounded revenues and led to more debt for airports across the country.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

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

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Bank of Canada rate announcement The Bank of Canada will make its next interest rate announcement on Wednesday.
Top business stories of the week (Feb. 27 to March 3)

Top business stories of the week (Feb. 27 to March 3)

What we've been following in business this past week
In the Courts: Ford vehicle owners propose B.C. class-action suit over ‘spontaneous’ fires

In the Courts: Ford vehicle owners propose B.C. class-action suit over ‘spontaneous’ fires

Plaintiffs claim car giant’s solution was ‘inadequate’ and created new problems
Downtown Vancouver to lose massive Nordstrom department store very soon

Downtown Vancouver to lose massive Nordstrom department store very soon

A very sudden loss
Canfor Pulp lost $42.9M in 2022

Canfor Pulp lost $42.9M in 2022

Supply chain disruptions, fibre shortages and the closure of P.G. Pulp and Paper pulp line contributed to the loss.
Inflation helping boost cargo theft rebound in Canada, U.S.

Inflation helping boost cargo theft rebound in Canada, U.S.

Food, alcohol, building materials, electronics, metals top targets for supply chain crooks
Greater Vancouver home sales up 77% from Jan., down 47% from last year: board

Greater Vancouver home sales up 77% from Jan., down 47% from last year: board

VANCOUVER — The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says February's home sales were up 76.9 per cent from January, but down 47.2 per cent from the year before.
No charges approved in massive B.C. money laundering investigation

No charges approved in massive B.C. money laundering investigation

A special prosecutor has made the decision not to approve any charges arising from the "E-Nationalize" investigation.