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Mint mulls digital penny
Apr. 12, 2012, Toronto — The penny's days are numbered but the Royal Canadian Mint is now researching ways to find a second life for the one-cent denomination in the digital world. | READ MORE
Farwest Show rolls out new program line up
Apr. 11, 2012, Portland, OR — A number of new features are being rolled out for the Farwest Show's 40th incarnation.
Young consumers switch media 27 times an hour: study
Apr. 11, 2012, United States — It's every advertiser's worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. It's time might be closer than you think, Ad Age reports. | READ MORE
Retailers under pressure from tech savvy Canadians
Apr. 10, 2012, Toronto — International Data Corp. (IDC Canada) and the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) have released the results of their first survey on Canadian retail executives' perspectives on information technology.
Floriade in full bloom
Apr. 9, 2012, Venio, Netherlands — Europe's once-a-decade floral bonanza kicks off with 164 acres of plants to explore. | READ MORE
Pain at the pumps starts to squeeze economy
Apr. 9, 2012, Ottawa — Gas prices have climbed steadily since the beginning of the year. Now some analysts predict they could climb higher still, hitting as much as $1.60 or $1.70 this summer driving season. | READ MORE
The Pond Clinic nabs provincial award
Apr. 5, 2012, Ottawa — The Pond Clinic has won an award for outstanding work designing and building one of the most unique aquatic landscapes in Ontario.
Digital wallet will transform how we spend
Apr. 5, 2012, Toronto — Digital wallets are on their way to replacing their leather counterparts for many Canadians within the next two years, according to retail and communication specialists. | READ MORE
Canadian business owners optimistic about economy
Apr. 4, 2012, Richmond, B.C. — Canadian business owners remain optimistic about a domestic economic recovery, but many are pessimistic when it comes to the global economy, new research from business management software firm Sage reveals.
Carbon tax relief for B.C.'s greenhouse growers
Apr. 4, 2012, Victoria — British Columbia is giving $7.6 million to the province's greenhouse flower and vegetable growers to compensate them for the cost of the carbon tax on natural gas and propane consumption. | READ MORE