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W5's Kevin Newman exposes organized crime and the world of contraband tobacco, which costs government coffers billions in lost revenues and enriches criminals.

Organized crime behind contraband tobacco costs governments billions (Ed: My heart pumps pure piss for them as they try to tax tobacco out of existence and the idea blows up in their faces.)

The Way of the Cross procession leaves Notre Dame Basilica on Good Friday in this 2014 file photo.

Easter and Passover observances coincide this year.

A spokesman for Bombardier Inc.’s railway division called the Via Rail project interesting.

Via Rail won’t require minimum Canadian content for its new trains.

In November, Postmedia, owner of the National Post, and Torstar, owner of the Toronto Star, announced a trade of 41 publications, followed by news that 36 of those papers would be shut down.

Competition Bureau calls on headquarters of Postmedia and Torstar in review of newspaper swap.

Canada's currency looks bleak by the charts and given the potential hit to the nation's exports as President Donald Trump tinkers with NAFTA and announces tariffs on metals.Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press

Canadian dollar set to plunge to lowest level in 15 years on ‘bully’s mismatch,’ currency guru says.

“It appears the Society would not be satisfied by anything other than confirmation from the Baars that they would lie about the Easter Bunny”

Judge slams hare-brained decision to remove foster kids over Easter Bunny.

Shane Smith one of defendants in fraud case delayed until January 2019. (MICHELE MANDEL, Toronto Sun)

Judge shortage puts fraud trial in jeopardy.

The logo of the Anbang Insurance Group is seen on the company's offices in Beijing. China's insurance regulator said Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, that it is assuming management of insurer Anbang.Mark Schiefelbein/AP Photo

The Chinese government now controls the biggest retirement housing chain in B.C.