Trump could strike back at Alberta oil cuts, says former provincial trade envoy

A former Alberta trade envoy to Washington, D.C., believes United States President Donald Trump could slap the province with counter measures for…

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3 things to look for as Canada’s big banks reveal quarterly results this week

It’s the final quarterly earnings season for the big banks in 2018, when Canada’s biggest lenders tip their hands to…

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Senators pass back-to-work legislation to end rotating postal strike

Senators voted in favour of the Liberal government’s legislation to force Canada Post employees back to work — a move that…

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Worry and frustration mount in Alberta as oil prices languish

The street outside Calgary’s downtown Hyatt hotel was teeming with pro-oil demonstrators Thursday, forcing police to close traffic along a busy avenue as the growing…

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Dolce&Gabbana founders apologize to China after ad, Instagram fiasco

The co-founders of Dolce&Gabbana apologized Friday in a video on Chinese social media after promotional videos seen as racist and…

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Quick fix for Alberta’s oil woes may be sorely needed — but not so easily found

With steep discounts on Alberta oilsands crude hitting Canada’s energy sector hard, the economic cost continues to climb by tens…

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Global markets sink again as tech and retail stocks drop

Stocks are skidding Tuesday morning, putting the market back into the red for the year, as weak results from retailers…

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‘I was beginning to lose hope’: Woman battles bank for 2 years for information on her own account

An Edmonton woman who spent two years battling her bank for information about her own account is defying a confidentiality agreement…

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Oil tumbles nearly 20% from October high – but analysts expect a recovery

Just a few weeks ago, there was talk about oil hitting $100 US a barrel after crude prices hit a…

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