China to impose additional tariffs on $16B worth of U.S. goods

China is imposing additional tariffs of 25 per cent on $16 billion US worth of U.S. imports from fuel and…

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Twitter CEO says ‘people can form their own opinions’ about Alex Jones, Infowars

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey defended his company’s decision not to ban right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars show,…

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Cellphone tracking has been used in at least 1 Canadian mall, former employee says

A Canadian real estate company already under investigation for using facial recognition technology in malls may also be tracking the…

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Canada’s oil price discount rises to widest gap since 2013

The price gap between the thick and heavy Canadian oil benchmark and the more widely used American one has risen…

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Largest Aimia shareholder says Air Canada group’s offer was ‘blatantly inadequate’

The largest shareholder in Aeroplan’s parent company, Aimia Inc., has applauded the firm’s board of directors for not agreeing to sell…

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Elon Musk tweets he may take Tesla private

Chief executive Elon Musk said on Tuesday he is considering taking Tesla Inc. private in what would be the largest…

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Saudi Arabian crude oil imports to Canada easy to replace, says energy economist

Canada can easily replace the oil it imports from Saudi Arabia should relations with the Middle Eastern kingdom deteriorate to…

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Snap loses users for the first time, beats on revenue

Snap Inc.’s Snapchat app unexpectedly lost users in the second quarter, the company said on Tuesday, likely adding fuel to…

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Cost to twin Trans Mountain pipeline now $1.9B higher, Kinder Morgan says

Kinder Morgan Canada documents say expanding the Trans Mountain pipeline will cost the federal government an additional $1.9 billion beyond…

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