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Canadian journalists grappling with epidemic of online bullying, harassment: Survey

Canadian journalists grappling with epidemic of online bullying, harassment: Survey

Canadian journalists are increasingly under attack online, with media workers facing "prevalent and pervasive" harassment ranging from sexualized messages and attacks against their identity to death threats, new research released Tuesday has found.
Hexo to close three facilities it recently acquired and layoff about 155 workers

Hexo to close three facilities it recently acquired and layoff about 155 workers

OTTAWA — Hexo Corp. says it will close three recently acquired facilities and layoff about 155 workers as it works to streamline production. The Ottawa-based cannabis company says it will shutter properties in Kirkland Lake and Brantford, Ont.
Power utility TransAlta reports Q3 loss, raises full-year financial guidance

Power utility TransAlta reports Q3 loss, raises full-year financial guidance

CALGARY — TransAlta Corp. raised its guidance for the year as it reported a loss of $456 million in its latest quarter compared with a loss of $136 million in the same quarter last year. The power utility says the loss amounted to $1.
Make clear plans when combining finances with your partner, experts say

Make clear plans when combining finances with your partner, experts say

Before Vicki Lam and Corey Ireland moved in together in late 2019, they made sure to discuss their debts, credit scores and other financial circumstances before deciding that they wanted to keep their finances separate, at least for the first two yea
UK publisher begins appeal over Meghan privacy lawsuit

UK publisher begins appeal over Meghan privacy lawsuit

LONDON (AP) — A British newspaper publisher on Tuesday began its court appeal against a judge's ruling that it invaded the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father, arguing that she knew the l
Producer prices rise 8.6%, matching September record high

Producer prices rise 8.6%, matching September record high

WASHINGTON (AP) — Inflation at the wholesale level rose 8.6% last month from a year earlier, matching September's record annual gain and offering more evidence that inflationary pressures are not yet easing.
Take advantage of the pandemic book bump with a holiday gift

Take advantage of the pandemic book bump with a holiday gift

NEW YORK (AP) — In this world, there's a book for everybody. Take advantage of that sentiment during the holiday shopping season. Book sales have thrived during the pandemic after initial concerns that it might hurt the publishing business.
Storied General Electric to split into 3 public companies

Storied General Electric to split into 3 public companies

General Electric will divide itself into three public companies focused on aviation, healthcare and energy.
TTC says personal info of up to 25,000 current, former employees accessed in attack

TTC says personal info of up to 25,000 current, former employees accessed in attack

Toronto's public transit authority says it now believes the personal information of up to 25,000 employees, former transit workers and pensioners was stolen in a ransomware attack last month.
Rogers is 'worst case scenario' for otherwise profitable dual-class share structures

Rogers is 'worst case scenario' for otherwise profitable dual-class share structures

TORONTO — A recent boardroom clash at Rogers Communications Inc.