Layoffs hit the media landscape

Not to be outdone by Big Tech, the media sector is also battling a series of shocking layoffs.
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Employees want a slice of the pie

A new lobby group wants Canada to embrace the idea of employee-owned businesses.
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Citadel makes history

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More trouble in Tesla-land

It feels like we write this every few months, but here we go again: Elon Musk is heading to court.
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New drinking guidelines may not go down smooth

If you’re doing dry January, maybe just keep at it for a while—at least, that’s what new national guidelines on alcohol intake would recommend.
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Not-so-private markets

BMO is linking up with Toronto tech financier Georgian to bring down the wall between investors and privately held technology companies.
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A small biz shakeup is coming to Canada

Many people dream of owning a small business, and lucky for them, there’ll soon be plenty of them hitting the market.  For instance, the person writing this story might have their sights set on taking over an existing ice cream parlour-petting zoo combo—dream big, right?
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Let’s talk about Bell Let’s Talk

The days of tweeting #BellLetsTalk (and giving yourself a little pat on the back for it) have come to an end as the telecom giant revamps its famous mental health campaign. 
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No more Noma

If paying upwards of $670 to eat reindeer brain custard at the world’s best restaurant is on your bucket list, you have until 2024 to secure a reservation (so start calling in favours).
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Inside the Canadian business of holiday movies

No holiday season is complete without gathering on the couch to binge cheesy movies. But you might not know those holiday movies are a Canadian enterprise… and business is booming

Make fun of them all you want, but holiday movies are one of the backbones of the Canadian film industry and economic drivers for small towns across the country From Squamish to Niagara-on-the-Lake, northern vistas set the backdrop of countless movies where hometown hunks teach big-city ladies about the spirit of the season. 
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