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From hardhats to boots: PPE is keeping women from the trades

From hardhats to boots: PPE is keeping women from the trades

Virtually all personal protective gear is designed only for men, creating barriers and safety risks
Stores launch Lunar New Year sales during typically slow shopping season

Stores launch Lunar New Year sales during typically slow shopping season

Western retailers grasping onto holiday as means to make money
Public transit struggling to lure back riders amid deficits, rising costs of living

Public transit struggling to lure back riders amid deficits, rising costs of living

Many transit systems hiking fares in attempt to cover their own pandemic losses
Homebuyers hope ‘patience pays off’ as prices drop, recession predictions loom

Homebuyers hope ‘patience pays off’ as prices drop, recession predictions loom

Drop in home prices offset by high interest rates, so far
Non-alcoholic beer, wine and spirits on the rise as demand grows

Non-alcoholic beer, wine and spirits on the rise as demand grows

More people becoming ‘sober curious,’ say industry experts
‘Opportunities to invest’: Experts say space business needs boost in Canada

‘Opportunities to invest’: Experts say space business needs boost in Canada

Decreasing cost of space technology, launch opens opportunity for citizen investment
FIFA revenue hits $7.5B for current World Cup period

FIFA revenue hits $7.5B for current World Cup period

Commercial deals tied to 2022 World Cup in Qatar
Musk’s latest Twitter cuts: Outsourced content moderators

Musk’s latest Twitter cuts: Outsourced content moderators

Moderators were used to track hateful and harmful content
Sam Bankman-Fried’s downfall sends shockwaves through crypto

Sam Bankman-Fried’s downfall sends shockwaves through crypto

FTX filed for bankruptcy protection Friday
Renovation boom continues even as project costs increase and interest rates rise

Renovation boom continues even as project costs increase and interest rates rise

Many Canadian homeowners still spending thousands a year