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Review: A spiky social satire in ‘Triangle of Sadness’

Review: A spiky social satire in ‘Triangle of Sadness’

The question of worth flows through Ruben Östlund’s “ Triangle of Sadness ,” a handsomely grotesque satire about the guests and workers aboard a luxury yacht.
Businesses considering added credit card fee to pass on costs as rules change: survey

Businesses considering added credit card fee to pass on costs as rules change: survey

TORONTO — Canadians may see a jump in businesses adding credit card surcharges as restrictions on the practice lift this week, though research from the Bank of Canada shows consumers have long been paying extra because of the payment option.
Ontario court approves Laurentian University's restructuring plan

Ontario court approves Laurentian University's restructuring plan

SUDBURY, Ont. — Ontario's Superior Court of Justice has approved Laurentian University's restructuring plan as the school looks to emerge from creditor protection. The Sudbury, Ont.
Montreal's Sept. home sales drop to lowest point in almost 10 years: QPAREB

Montreal's Sept. home sales drop to lowest point in almost 10 years: QPAREB

MONTREAL — The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers says Montreal's September home sales dropped to their lowest level in almost 10 years as the market continued to cool.
Lawsuit settled, film may resume after Alec Baldwin shooting

Lawsuit settled, film may resume after Alec Baldwin shooting

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The family of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on the set of the film “Rust” has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the actor and the movie’s producers, and producers aim to restart the project in January despite u
Review: Tyler Childers goes his own way again, in triplicate

Review: Tyler Childers goes his own way again, in triplicate

“Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?" Tyler Childers, (Hickman Holler Records/RCA) Tyler Childers does what he wants when he wants, and while he'd like you to buy his music, he probably doesn't care what you think.
Quebec business groups ask new premier for action on labour shortage

Quebec business groups ask new premier for action on labour shortage

The victory of François Legault’s election campaign has some economists concerned over the prospect of continued labour shortages in Quebec.
Keep it or toss it? 'Best Before' labels cause confusion

Keep it or toss it? 'Best Before' labels cause confusion

As awareness grows around the world about the problem of food waste , one culprit in particular is drawing scrutiny: “best before” labels. Manufacturers have used the labels for decades to estimate peak freshness.
OPEC+ makes big oil cut to boost prices; pump costs may rise

OPEC+ makes big oil cut to boost prices; pump costs may rise

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries decided Wednesday to sharply cut production to support sagging oil prices, a move that could deal the struggling global economy another blow and raise politically sensitive pump
Statistics Canada says merchandise trade surplus fell to $1.5B in August

Statistics Canada says merchandise trade surplus fell to $1.5B in August

OTTAWA — Canada's merchandise trade surplus was $1.5 billion in August, the smallest monthly surplus for the year so far. Statistics Canada said Wednesday August's result compared with a revised surplus of $2.