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Booking or changing a flight? Here are the rules for major Canadian airlines

Airlines are touting ‘flexible’ bookings, but one consumer advocate says they come with many risks. Read More source

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Working from home during coronavirus? Some expenses are up to employers, experts say

The shift from cubicles and commutes to kitchen tables and yesterday’s sweatpants happened almost overnight for millions of Canadians. So…

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Canadian homes prices could drop up to 25% in some regions: CMHC

Canada’s federal housing agency is warning about significant home prices drops over the next year. Read More source

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Despite coronavirus, GTA real estate prices are rising slightly

Despite the economic chaos caused by the novel coronavirus, home prices in the Greater Toronto Area are up slightly from…

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No light at the end of the tunnel: What a summer camps shortage means for working moms

An expected dearth of summer camp options means there’s no end in sight for working parents’ juggling act. Read More…

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Canadian retail sales dropped 10% in March

It was the largest monthly drop on record but April figures will likely be worse, Statistics Canada said. Read More…

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Loophole in CERB could leave seniors vulnerable to scammers, MP warns

Don Davies, who represents Vancouver Kingsway, says 77 seniors at a residence in east Vancouver were approached by an individual offering…

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Grappling with layoffs, WestJet asks minister for labour code exemptions

A labour code exemption would void the requirement of 16 weeks notice for terminating more than 50 workers, a union…

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U.S. billionaires richer by $434 billion since coronavirus pandemic began: report

Nearly 39 million Americans have filed for unemployment in the same time period. Read More source

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Alberta Energy Regulator suspends monitoring requirements across oil and gas industry

In two new sweeping decisions published on May 20, the provincial regulator said that it was no longer safe for…

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Coronavirus: Canada’s inflation rate dips 0.2% in April

It was the first year-over-year decline since September 2009, data from Statistics Canada shows. Read More source

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Canadian tax deadline 2020: What’s different amid COVID-19

Yes, it’s still tax season. Read More source

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More Canadians likely to shop, eat out than go to concerts, sports games in 2020: poll

“It looks like large gatherings, large events are going to be completely off the table for most Canadians even if…

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Coronavirus and the housing market: Is this a good time to buy?

There isn’t much for sale right now. But if you look carefully, you may find opportunity. Read More source

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Amazon ending COVID-19 pay incentives for Canadian warehouse employees after May

Company spokesperson Kelly Cheeseman confirmed Saturday the online retail giant will stop paying employees the extra $2 per hour and…

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Canadians no longer stockpiling cannabis amid coronavirus pandemic, executives say

The initial spike and COVID-19 posed challenges for the cannabis industry, which was already grappling with mass layoffs, the rollout of edibles…

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Coronavirus: Canadian home sales record 57% monthly drop in April

But data from the Canadian Real Estate Association shows no dramatic price drop, as both buyers and sellers wait on…

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Two in 10 Canadians facing reduced pay amid COVID-19: Ipsos poll

It isn’t just layoffs. Businesses are cutting hours and pay. Read More source

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