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Dollarama looking to increase lower-price traffic generation as growth lags

Dollarama looking to increase lower-price traffic generation as growth lags

MONTREAL — Dollarama Inc. is closely monitoring prices in its stores as it looks to boost foot traffic and generate growth in an increasingly competitive retail environment.
Loyalty program company Aimia to cut jobs as it charts post-Aeroplan course

Loyalty program company Aimia to cut jobs as it charts post-Aeroplan course

MONTREAL — The former owner of Aeroplan will cut about one-quarter of its workforce as it charts a new course following the sale of the loyalty program to Air Canada. Aimia Inc.

Domestic TV producers get smaller piece of Canadian pie, foreign share grows

OTTAWA — A new report says foreign companies nearly doubled their share of the film and television production done in Canada over a 10-year period, and accounted for more than half of the $8.92 billion generated in 2017-18.
Two of Canada's AI gurus warn of war by algorithm as they win tech 'Nobel Prize'

Two of Canada's AI gurus warn of war by algorithm as they win tech 'Nobel Prize'

MONTREAL — Two of Canada's artificial intelligence pioneers are warning about the consequences of AI in robotic weapons and outsourcing lethal decisions to machines, calling for an international agreement on its deployment as Canada marches toward th
Understanding last-resort options when you can no longer pay your debts

Understanding last-resort options when you can no longer pay your debts

TORONTO — If you've found yourself with an overwhelming amount of debt, you can at least take comfort in knowing you're not alone. Canadian debt levels have been rising for decades , with the average family now owing $1.