Amid oil price crisis, major energy producer says Canada’s largest pipeline system is ‘dysfunctional’

Canadian Natural Resources is doubling down on its concerns about wasted space on Canada’s biggest oil pipeline, blaming a “dysfunctional”…

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National Bank of Canada hikes dividend on strong 4th quarter profits

National Bank of Canada hiked its dividend as it reported fourth-quarter net income of $566 million, up eight per cent…

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Worst day for oil since 2015 as WTI price falls to $50 US a barrel

The price of a barrel of the most common blend of U.S. oil fell to its lowest level in more…

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‘Striking’ APEC confrontation causes uncertainty ahead of G20

The opening photo call at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit Saturday turned out to be a useful roadmap for…

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Postal workers’ union makes counter-offer

There is no end in sight for rotating strikes hitting Canada Post deliveries, after the postal workers’ union rejected the…

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‘Really toxic’: Abuse allegations continue to dog Winnipeg restaurant chain Stella’s Cafe

Three former Stella’s Cafe employees behind an online campaign to bring attention to what they call workplace harassment, unfair treatment…

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VMedia to go public in proposed reverse takeover of junior oil company Phoenix

VMedia, the upstart internet and cable provider known for lower prices and a legal spat with rival Bell, is moving…

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Market jitters lead to more declines as investors face growing risks

It’s been a shaky month for investors in North American markets. Tuesday saw benchmark stock indexes register more triple-digit declines…

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Brexit tension leads U.K. to seek deeper ties with Canada

As the United Kingdom works to finalize its split from the European Union, it’s about to ramp up efforts to expand…

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Canadians to spend more this holiday season, report finds

Trade uncertainty, climbing debt levels and rising interest rates don’t seem to be dampening holiday spirits among Canadian consumers, who…

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