Canada’s re-re-ticketing problem

Last year, over 40,000 migrants entered Canada through an unofficial border crossing linked with Québec. In the last six months, the feds have relocated over 5,300 to other provinces

A good house is hard to find

The Bank of Canada has promised to stop hiking interest rates. Housing developers are really hoping that’s true.

Bing’s new chatbot is a little too human

Tired of having needless arguments that don’t go anywhere with your friends, family, and co-workers? Now you can have them with your search engine instead!

Coffee rewards are getting weaker

There’s change brewing among famous coffee shops’ rewards programs, and they’re about to get a lot less rewarding. 

Canada will try to commercialize AI

Complete global dominance of the maple syrup market isn’t enough. Canada wants to be a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) too.

Time to shine for lab-grown diamonds

Diamonds have been a lot of things over the years… 

Europe is leading the rEVolution

The E in EU doesn’t just stand for European anymore… it stands for electric

AI might break your heart

A word of warning to any lonely hearts out there this Valentine’s Day: Be careful, your prospective new boo might have a cold, metal heart.

Foreign ban burns builders

Real estate developers say new rules aimed at boosting the housing supply may actually have the reverse effect.

Bed Bath & Nearly Bankrupt

After 15 years of Bed Bath & Beyond (BB&B), Canadians will have to start looking elsewhere for avocado slicers, onion choppers, and any other bizarre kitchen gadgets under the sun.

The Bank of Canada explains it all

Broken trust is hard to restore, but the Bank of Canada (BoC) is trying its best to get back on Canadians’ good side by becoming more transparent about how and why it makes decisions around changing interest rates.

Waffling weather brings out the sap

Maple syrup producers are tapping their trees earlier than ever, thanks to a changing climate. And for many Canadian producers, that means more sap on tap.

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s “a small, cylindrical object”

The US and Canada keep shooting things out of the sky—but are so far staying mum on what those things are.

Why daycares equal profits

Delivery apps and financial tech are out. For some investors, it’s all about daycare.

An unexpected jobs surge

Like an unscheduled meeting with your boss or a wedding invite from an ex, Stats Canada’s latest labour report is one of those surprises that you’re not quite sure what to make of.

Moving on from the Crypto Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles may be squaring off in the Super Bowl final tomorrow, but for many brands, the real action starts when the game stops.

The finer things in life are flying high

Thousands of travellers probably wished they owned a private jet after a disastrous holiday travel season. If they could afford one, Bombardier would be happy to help them out.

You gotta fight for your right to repair

Tech companies are making their phones and computers a lil’ bit easier to fix, but consumer advocates want lawmakers to push them further.

The House of Mouse cuts costs

Layoffs. They’re not just plaguing Big Tech anymore. Disney plans to lay off 7,000 workers and restructure its organization as it looks to boost profits and cut costs by US$5.5 billion.