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WestJet lands a deal

WestJet and the union representing its pilots struck a last-minute deal to avert a strike (and rescue many people's weekend travel plans).

What happened: The Air Line Pilots Association, which represents around 1,800 pilots at WestJet and its subsidiary Swoop, announced it had a deal with the airline early this morning.

Who’s paying for the EV transition?

Everyone wants to be the next big EV player… as long as someone else pays for it.

Canadian trucking has a tax dodging problem

A group representing Canadian truckers is sounding the alarm about a scam it thinks has reached a “crisis level.” And unlike a novelty mudflap, it’s no laughing matter.

Vice throws in the towel

For sale: One gently used iconic Canadian-founded media brand.

Adam Seaborn on how streaming has changed sports

We sat down with Adam Seaborn on Free Lunch By The Peak to dive into what’s going on in the business of sports, including the emergence of challenger leagues and streaming deals. 

The link between Walmart and Tiffany

The last year has been tough if you’re a middle-of-the-pack consumer or retailer. 

Inside Europe’s biggest TV event

In Liverpool, UK, at 3 p.m. EST, 26 nations will compete to win the Grand Final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest… which is a really big deal, in case you didn’t know. 

Softbank is still losing money

You wouldn’t think a company losing billions would be giving itself a little pat on the back, but here we are. 

Lulu throws dupes for a loop

Want to get a free pair of Lululemon leggings? You just have to buy a fake pair first.

Airfares aren’t coming down to earth

Inflation may be descending elsewhere in the economy, but airfare (much like our flight puns in this story) is still flying high with no sign of landing any time soon. 

Driving the news: Flight ticket prices are up 27.4% from last year, according to a Financial Times analysis of 600 of the world’s most popular routes.