Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C. while investigating earthquakes

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission has shut down oilfield fracking operations for at least 30 days in northeastern British Columbia while…

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Algoma Steel no longer in creditor protection

One of the largest employers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. is now out of creditor protection and its new owners…

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Facing despair as a strong economy fails to defeat climate change: Don Pittis

It is not unreasonable that the majority of Canadians and the 97 per cent of scientists who understand that climate…

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Watchdog to probe how banks handle complaints

Canada’s financial consumer watchdog has got the green light to probe how banking customer complaints are handled internally and by…

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Problems with credit card insurance and checking juice labels: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Annual pace of housing starts picked up in October, topped expectations

An increase in multi-unit projects such as condominiums, apartments and townhouses helped push the annual pace of housing starts in…

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North American stocks slide lower, loonie down against U.S. dollar

Canada’s main stock index hit a six-month low Thursday while U.S. stock markets suffered another sell-off day as investors are…

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WestJet’s first 3 long-haul Dreamliners will fly direct between Calgary and Europe

The first three of WestJet’s 10 new long-distance Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners will offer direct international flights between Calgary and Europe,…

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Up to $500M to replace Enbridge twin pipelines connecting Great Lakes

A new pipe is replacing a pair of 65-year-old crude oil pipes connecting two of the Great Lakes after Mich. Gov.…

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