High household debt, housing market biggest risks to financial system, Bank of Canada says

Canada’s financial system is resilient, according to the Bank of Canada, but high household debt and imbalances in the housing…

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Trudeau, Macron to warn Trump during G7 summit that his tariff plan will backfire

Canada and France will take a polite, persuasive yet firm approach to Donald Trump at the G7, warning the U.S. President that…

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Fatal Tesla Autopilot crash driver did not have hands on wheel: U.S. agency

The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday the driver using Autopilot in a fatal Tesla Inc. Model X crash in California…

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U.S. reaches deal with Chinese telecom giant ZTE, say Commerce Secretary Ross

The United States has reached a deal with Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE Corp. that includes a $1 billion fine, according…

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Businesses may fear rising wages, but the jobs boom could be a boon for the rest of us: Don Pittis

With all the consternation about the state of the Canadian economy, you might think we were doomed. But that’s not what the…

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Honolulu leaders approve 1st ride-hailing price cap in U.S.

Honolulu leaders approved a measure Wednesday to limit prices that ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft can charge during peak…

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Suncor CEO slams climate change deniers, politicians who cater to them

The head of Canada’s largest oil company says climate change is backed by science, and deniers, including politicians, need to…

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Quebec judge tosses insider trading trial against former Amaya CEO

A Quebec court judge ended an insider trading case on Wednesday against the former CEO of online gaming company Amaya…

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Canada to hold key 5G spectrum auction in 2020, says Innovation Minister Bains

Canada’s government will auction key wireless spectrum for fifth-generation mobile networks in 2020, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains said Wednesday. “We…

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Suncor CEO slams climate change deniers, conservatives

The head of Canada’s largest oil company says climate change is science, and deniers, including politicians, need to do a…

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