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The contracts can be bought by institutional investors that are prohibited from buying bitcoin directly on largely unregulated exchanges
Toronto police say the circumstances of the deaths of two people whose bodies were found Friday inside a house in an upscale neighbourhood are 'suspicious'
The bill would cut the corporate income tax rate to 21 per cent from 35 per cent, according to a summary
Barry Critchley: Barbara Gray says the retail landscape will continue to get more competitive, as changing consumer preferences and changing demographics take hold
Meet the new flagship of Canada’s planemaker. But can its almost supersonic speed, smoother ride and opulent cabin stand up to the existing luxury-jet giant?
Jim Parker will have live updates from Thursday’s game between the Spits and Spirit.
Charges against a drunk driver were thrown out of court this month after a judge ruled the two Windsor cops who arrested him had used excessive force. Bruce Wayne Richard, 59, had a blood-alcohol level nearly twice the legal limit [...]
The union representing soon-to-be laid-off employees at the Art Gallery of Windsor is expressing concern over the future of the institution should city council turn down a plan to buy the building.
And they want assurances that the 12 employees …
A small Windsor company that makes precise gages for the production of engine and transmission parts is on the hunt for new customers and at least one more employee.
Landau Gage, which recently freshened up its website, is looking …
If I was on city council, I’d study the stunning ruling that dethroned Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
And, possibly, I’d feel uncomfortable.
Ford was kicked out of office because of a conflict of interest. It started when he used his …