‘Zombie NAFTA’: What happens if Trump tears up trade deal

It’s hard to overstate just how chaotic the world’s longest border could become the day after a U.S. withdrawal from…

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Trudeau and Trump discuss speeding up NAFTA talks in meeting at G7

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump discussed accelerating NAFTA talks during a bilateral meeting at the G7 summit…

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A&W Canada to eliminate plastic straws from all restaurants

A&W restaurants in Canada will eliminate plastic straws from its locations by January 2019. The burger shack will become the first fast-food…

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Trump keeps up Twitter salvos at Trudeau and supply management as he arrives at G7

U.S. President Donald Trump has arrived for the G7 meeting in Quebec, where he faces the prospect of an awkward…

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Pace of new housing construction slows in May, as multi-unit projects slide

The pace of new housing construction in Canada slowed in May amid a double-digit decline in multi-unit projects in urban…

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Funding for several ‘promises remain unknown’: Business reacts to Doug Ford’s win in Ont.

Doug Ford’s resounding election win to become the next premier of Ontario after campaigning on tax cuts, less regulation and…

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Bombardier-Airbus C Series deal to close on July 1

Bombardier says a partnership that will see Airbus acquire a majority 50.01 per cent stake in the C Series commercial…

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Economy unexpectedly lost 7,500 jobs in May as unemployment rate held at 5.8%

The Canadian employment picture was weaker than expected in May, as the country unexpectedly lost about 7,500 jobs, according to…

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Aphria to build $55M cannabis extraction centre in Leamington, Ont.

Cannabis producer Aphria announced it will make a big investment in Leamington, Ont., saying it’s raising $225 million to pay for…

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