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Higher prices, slowing growth prompt fears that viewers may be stretched to their streaming limit | CBC News
Like many Canadians subject to COVID-19 related restrictions, Suzan Lorenz has spent a lot of time watching online streaming services during the pandemic.
Ontario gives $120M boost to cities' gas tax funding to make up for low fuel sales | CBC News
Ontario municipalities with public transit systems are receiving an additional $120 million in funding this year.
Peloton stock derails on report that user growth has hits the brakes | CBC News
Peloton Interactive Inc.'s chief executive said on Thursday the company was reviewing the size of its workforce and "resetting" production levels, following a report earlier in the day that it was temporarily halting production of connected fitness bikes and treadmills after a significant drop in demand.
Nearly 60 per cent of Canadians find it difficult to feed their families, poll finds
A new poll has found that nearly 60 per cent of Canadians are having a hard time providing enough food for their families.
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Audacy-owned Cadence13 has partnered with celebrity Instagram account DeuxMoi (check it out HERE) to make a weekly podcast featuring an extensive analysis of the most popular and controversial posts from the account.
Scientists want Ottawa to scrap carbon capture tax credit | CBC News
More than 400 Canadian climate scientists and other academics are pleading with Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to scrap her plan to create a tax credit for companies that build carbon capture and storage facilities.
OPINION | The shorter work week: An idea whose time has finally come | CBC News
At a time when pandemic-related positives of any sort are hard to find, it was good to see that some Ontario employers have been responding by bringing in a four-day work week.
Oil producers are flush with cash. Now what will they do with it? | CBC News
Canadian oil and gas producers are awash in cash for the first time in years, thanks to crude prices that have surged back to multi-year highs after their collapse early in the pandemic.