Rosa Saba Reporter
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  • Toronto Star

Rosa Saba is a Toronto-based business reporter for the Star. A graduate of Carleton University in 2018, she has previously worked for The Globe and Mail as a digital editor and Ottawa Business Journal as a tech and business reporter. Joining StarMetro Calgary in 2018, Rosa reported on everything from farming to technology to human rights issues, including multiple national features.

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307 Articles
2 months ago
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Canada Revenue Agency sending flood of letters asking people who received both EI and CERB to pay...

Opposition MPs, advocates and experts say workers who received extra money due to confusion shouldn’t be asked to rep...

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3 months ago
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Prices at Toronto restaurants to soar by up to 15% — as industry deals with ‘anything but normal’...

Higher prices are on the menu as inflation drives up operating costs, while industry continues to see closures. “The ...

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3 months ago
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Michelin to reveal Tuesday which Toronto eateries landed stars — but how much did we pay to get o...

Restaurateurs may be waiting to see who’s on the list, but Toronto is waiting to see the economic impact of the guide...

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3 months ago
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Workers now have the upper hand — but employers continue to offer uncompetitive salaries, study f...

It’s not a labour shortage, it’s a wage shortage. According to an analysis by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternat...

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3 months ago
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Toronto’s pot shop reckoning is here — industry watchers predict up to a third of our stores will...

Data obtained by the Star shows cannabis store openings are slowing, revenue per store is declining and closings are ...

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3 months ago
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As interest rates rise, Canada’s banks are setting aside millions to deal with a wave of consumer...

RBC chief risk officer says the bank now assumes Canada will face recession in 2023, and house prices will on average...

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3 months ago
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Should I stay or should I own: Half of Canadian millennials say they’d have to leave the city the...

Despite the gloomy outlook, could millennials end up with the highest rate of home ownership in Canadian history? One...

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3 months ago
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In High Park, everyone can agree on one thing: something needs to change

The Star paid a visit to High Park on Saturday and Sunday morning. Here’s what we found

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3 months ago
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‘I don’t think they intend on bringing me back:’ Employment lawyers say there could be a new wave...

Many workers who had been on emergency leave during the pandemic went back to their old jobs or found new ones. Other...

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4 months ago
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Home buyers and sellers ‘playing the waiting game’ as sales decline for fifth straight month

Canadian home sales down 5.3 per cent in July compared to June on a seasonally adjusted basis, and down 29 per cent c...

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4 months ago
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Global computer chip shortage concerns grow as pressure from China on Taiwan increases

Taiwan has the world’s biggest semiconductor industry, with one single company — Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing C...

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4 months ago
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Unifor to elect new president Wednesday following controversial exit of Jerry Dias

Three candidates are competing for the position of national president of Canada’s largest union in its first conteste...

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