CBC - Business What's in your chicken? CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet 2017-02-26T14:00:00.000000Z CBC's Marketplace rounds up the past week in consumer news. Is the Ivanka Trump brand boycott anti-feminist? 2017-02-26T10:00:00.000000Z Critics claim the boycott of Ivanka Trump’s products is a slap in the face for feminism. But because she stands by her father and his divisive policies, many boycotters say Ivanka Trump is no champion of the women's movement. Last BlackBerry-designed phone with physical keyboard to hit stores in April 2017-02-25T20:09:34.000000Z Fans of BlackBerry's classic physical keyboard will have reason to celebrate when the last product designed in part by the former smartphone leader becomes available in April. 'We always find a way': N.L.'s oil-dependent economy is hurting, but there is hope on the horizon 2017-02-25T10:00:00.000000Z Newfoundland and Labrador is shedding jobs as it deals with an unprecedented debt and a sluggish economy. But it's a crisis the government should have seen coming. Royal Canadian Mint struggles to make money: documents 2017-02-25T10:00:00.000000Z Once a cash cow, the Royal Canadian Mint is struggling to make money. Internal documents and other reports show the mint is facing strong headwinds as sales of collector coins tank, revenues diminish and profits fall. Giant Tiger and other discounters in expansion mode 2017-02-25T10:00:00.000000Z Ottawa-based Giant Tiger has 200 stores across Canada, and intends to open another 10 to 15 every year for the next three years at least. It's not the only discount retailer that sees opportunity, as the weak Canadian economy encourages shoppers to focus on bargains. What's in your chicken sandwich? DNA test shows Subway sandwiches could contain just 50% chicken 2017-02-25T01:00:00.000000Z Canadians who opt for chicken sandwiches while dining at fast food restaurants may find a Marketplace analysis of what they contain a little hard to swallow. Deciphering Trump's curious comments on Keystone XL pipeline 2017-02-24T22:15:24.000000Z In his nearly hour-long speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning, U.S. President Trump talked about a lot of things — the media, Obamacare, trade and crime. But he also ventured into pipelines. Auto parts giant Magna raises concerns about protectionist trade measures 2017-02-24T19:44:45.000000Z Canadian auto parts giant Magna International Inc. cited the rise of protectionist trade measures in the Trump era as a key risk to the auto industry as it reported its latest quarterly results. TSX tumbles 247 points despite big profits at big banks 2017-02-24T19:32:08.000000Z Canada's benchmark stock index had its worst day of the year as oil prices moved lower and financial firms sold off, despite record earnings at some of Canada's biggest banks.