‘Amazing’ Manitoba double-data offers spark questions over why only some provinces get the best phone deals

While many Manitobans are revelling in a double-data phone deal, Canadians elsewhere are left wondering why they can’t get the…

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Canada hits back at U.S. with dollar-for-dollar tariffs on steel, aluminum, maple syrup

Canada is countering the United States’ move to slap punishing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports by imposing dollar-for-dollar tariffs…

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Economy grew at 1.3% pace to start 2018, slower than 2017 pace

Canada’s economy grew at a 1.3 per cent annual pace in the first three months of the year, worse than…

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Malaysia’s Petronas to take 25% stake in Kitimat, B.C. LNG project

Malaysian state-owned energy company Petronas says one of its wholly-owned entities has signed an agreement for an equity position in…

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Shares of Canadian metal companies take hit on U.S. tariff announcement

Shares of Canadian metal companies got sideswiped Thursday after the Trump administration announced it will impose tariffs of 25 per cent…

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Internet video, music services must pay up to save Canadian content, CRTC says

The broadcast regulator is adding its voice to the domestic chorus calling on the federal government to pry more commitments…

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Scotiabank buys doctors financial services company for $2.5 billion

Scotiabank has acquired doctors’ wealth services company MD Financial Management for $2.5 billion. The company provides financial planning, insurance, banking,…

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BRP shares hit all-time high on record first quarter results, raised outlook

Recreational vehicle maker BRP Inc. shares hit an all-time high Thursday after it posted record results in the first quarter…

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