TORONTO—Some consumers have vowed to take their patriotism to the supermarket and buy only made-in-Canada products after the federal government slapped retaliatory tariffs on dozens of U.S. goods as part of an escalating trade war with the country's biggest trading partner.
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MARKHAM, Ont.—A city just north of Toronto is making a play to try to position itself as the home for Amazon's second North American headquarters.
Markham, Ont.—one of 10 Canadian cities that joined with Toronto to bid for the hub—installed 23 bright orange signs today throughout the city, dubbing it the “possible home of Amazon HQ2.”
TORONTO—Protesters who rallied outside Tim Hortons' locations across Ontario yesterday roasted some franchisees for slashing workers' benefits and breaks in an effort to compensate for the province's minimum wage hike.
But many said their gripes would not derail their daily coffee runs.