6 things to know about Canada’s oil-price gap, from gluts to the differential

The Alberta government has ordered a mandatory cut to crude oil production next year to deal with historically low prices…

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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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Stock markets fall after APEC summit highlights China-U.S. trade tension

New York stocks slid on Monday with technology stocks leading the way after an Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation meeting this…

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Poor weather prompts temporary shutdown of all N.L. offshore rigs

All Newfoundland and Labrador offshore facilities have been temporarily shut down as a safety precaution due to stormy seas and…

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Oilsands companies pull back on production as ‘crisis’ hits sector

With no immediate relief in sight from a collapse in Canadian oil prices, Alberta oilsands companies are beginning to turn…

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Google employees walk out to protest sexism, inequality

Hundreds of Google engineers and other company workers worldwide — including in Canada  —​ walked off the job Thursday to protest the company’s…

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Britain plans to introduce digital tax on internet giants

Britain said it would tax the revenue that online platforms such as Google, Facebook and Amazon make in the country…

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Supreme Court clears way for Air Canada cargo price fixing lawsuit

The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for a class-action lawsuit against Air Canada and British Airways to…

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Majority of first-time buyers maxed out budgets to buy a home: CMHC

A majority of first-time homebuyers say they maxed out their budgets when they bought their homes, according to a survey…

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