Canada abetting Washington’s ‘new Cold War’ with Huawei arrest, says economist

The arrest of a Chinese tech executive is yet another example that the U.S. is creating “a new Cold War”…

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Canada quietly concludes additional auto talks with Japan

Canada and Japan have agreed to additional trade rules on motor vehicle safety and environmental standards, according to a side…

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The unintended consequences of Alberta’s mandatory oil production cut

One of Canada’s largest oil companies is listing a series of potential pitfalls from the Alberta government’s decision to impose…

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Why Christmas is bad for the environment and what you can do about it

Christmas is a time of celebration, but once the party’s over, plenty of garbage is hauled to the curb.  …

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Oilpatch stays home from B.C. conference after Whistler mayor calls for climate-change compensation

Oilpatch pushback to a letter written by the mayor of Whistler, B.C., has led to the cancellation​ of the energy-related…

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Suncor warns oil cutbacks mandated by Alberta government pose safety, operational risks

Forced Alberta government crude oil production cuts next year will result in “unintended consequences” that could include increased safety hazards…

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GM working to retrain employees affected by Oshawa plant closure

General Motors of Canada is working with other employers to identify jobs and targeted training programs for GM employees affected…

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Ford government to recall legislature next week to introduce back-to-work bill for power workers

Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government will recall the legislature next week in order to enact back-to-work legislation to keep power workers…

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Canada Goose shares slump another 4% after chain delays Beijing store launch

Shares in Canada Goose were slumping on Friday after the iconic parka maker delayed opening its first permanent store in…

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