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84% of Canadians worried about the future of wildlife, says poll

84% of Canadians worried about the future of wildlife, says poll

Canadians know that nature is in crisis, says Greenpeace Canada’s interim executive director.
Bartenders share their favourite hangover cures

Bartenders share their favourite hangover cures

Obviously please drink responsibly, but on the off chance you don't...
Two-thirds of consumers won't buy from a company with misaligned values

Two-thirds of consumers won't buy from a company with misaligned values

It is no longer enough for a brand to offer a quality, affordable product or service.
Bank of Canada lost $522 million in third quarter, marking first loss in its history

Bank of Canada lost $522 million in third quarter, marking first loss in its history

Revenue from interest on Bank of Canada's assets did not keep pace with interest charges on deposits at the bank, which have grown amid rapidly rising interest rates.
10 superfoods for dogs from your very own kitchen

10 superfoods for dogs from your very own kitchen

The growing popularity of natural pet food and homemade treats suggests that pet parents are becoming more mindful of what is healthy for their animal pals.
Tips to deal with shrinkflation at the mall as some shoppers question discounts

Tips to deal with shrinkflation at the mall as some shoppers question discounts

Some consumers say the discounts are more hype than real, giving shoppers the illusion of a bargain rather than actually saving them money. 
Investments in Inuit housing inadequate to address human rights violations: watchdog

Investments in Inuit housing inadequate to address human rights violations: watchdog

From a family living for seven years in a condemned home that was meant to be temporary to people with disabilities having to be carried in and out of their bathrooms, Canada's housing advocate says during a tour this fall of several Inuit communitie
One-fifth of known Canadian species face some risk of extinction

One-fifth of known Canadian species face some risk of extinction

Report found the country is home to about 80,000 species, roughly 10,000 more than were thought to exist five years earlier.
Retired teacher creates education fund for students who don't get straight As

Retired teacher creates education fund for students who don't get straight As

Pupils earning As have many opportunities to apply for scholarships, so Mary Lou Owen wanted to focus on those who aren’t the typical funding recipients.
Alberta changing sovereignty bill to reverse provision giving cabinet unchecked power

Alberta changing sovereignty bill to reverse provision giving cabinet unchecked power

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is crafting changes to be debated next week to reverse the section of a bill that gives cabinet unfettered power to rewrite laws behind closed doors without legislature approval, the province's premier said Saturday.