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Google says it will erase U.S. user data about trips to abortion clinics
Google will automatically purge information about users who visit abortion clinics or other places that could trigger legal problems now that the U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door for states to ban the termination of pregnancies.
Do unions at Starbucks mean the labour movement is picking up steam?
A growing effort to unionize Starbucks cafes in the U.S. and Canada as well as Amazon warehouses, Apple stores, and Indigo book shops has union leaders and experts wondering if this the start of a shift in labour movement after decades of decline in the private sector.
Air Canada to cancel dozens of daily flights this summer
Air Canada will cut dozens of daily flights this summer as the airline grapples with a series of challenges amid soaring demand for travel.
U.S. communications regulator wants TikTok removed from app stores over spying concerns
A commissioner with the U.S. communications regulator is asking Apple and Google to consider banning TikTok from their app stores over data security concerns related to the Chinese-owned company.
Summer of labour unrest expected as inflation soars and contracts run out
Risk of recession high but Alberta could avoid worst impacts, says Mark Carney
Airbnb makes ban on party houses permanent
Accounting firm EY to pay $100M US fine after auditors caught cheating on ethics exams
Bank regulator beefs up rules for some types of home loans
Tim Hortons latest company to pause Hockey Canada sponsorship over sex assault allegation
Missing baggage adds to chaos at Canadian airports
We're still waiting for this wage price spiral central bankers fear could send inflation soaring
Did Russia just default on its foreign debt or not? Here's what we know
Parents, caregivers face new juggling act as employers evaluate work-from-home policies
Non-binary passengers call out airlines for not offering a 3rd gender option when booking flights
Stock markets end week on high note, after weeks of declines
Disney, other companies vow to cover employees' out-of-state abortions
Canadians are dispirited, cutting back on costs amid inflation highs: study
Technology layoffs show high-flying sector not immune from slowdown
A Google engineer says AI has become sentient. What does that actually mean?