Huawei’s CFO walks free on $10M bail as she awaits extradition proceedings

Huawei’s chief financial officer has been released on $10 million bail — with five guarantors — as she awaits possible extradition to…

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Total number of new mortgages slumped in second quarter, says CMHC

Rising interest rates coupled with slower income and population growth helped temper demand for new mortgages in the second quarter, according…

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Via Rail places nearly $1B train order with German company instead of Bombardier

Via Rail has selected Germany’s Siemens over Bombardier Inc. for a $989-million contract to build new rolling stock as the…

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Competition Bureau checks WestJet’s discount airline Swoop for predatory pricing

Canada’s competition watchdog is looking into whether or not WestJet’s discount carrier Swoop has been offering airline tickets at below…

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Online ads spoil Christmas surprises, raising privacy concerns

Lisa Clyburn knew she had found the perfect gift for her nine-year-old son: a feline-themed logic game that would appeal…

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Why Rachel Notley’s refinery pitch won’t solve the oilpatch’s problem

Considering the recent oil price crash in Western Canada and the fact a provincial election is expected in the spring, the…

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Premier wants new oil refinery built in province

The Alberta government is issuing a request for expressions of interest from the private sector to build a refinery in the province that…

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Pro-pipeline First Nations spar with environmental activists over ‘devastating’ tanker ban bill

First Nations chiefs and leaders who say they represent over 200 Indigenous communities in B.C. and Alberta are fighting back…

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Canada Goose caught in Huawei crossfire as Chinese pitch Canadian product boycott

Canada Goose shares have fallen for five days in a row after the outdoor apparel maker has become a target…

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