Enbridge pipeline foes look past regulators after another loss in Minnesota

Opponents of Enbridge Energy’s proposed Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement are turning their attention to fighting the project on…

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Pro-pipeline First Nations spar with environmental activists over ‘devastating’ tanker ban bill

First Nations chiefs and leaders who say they represent over 200 Indigenous communities in B.C. and Alberta are fighting back…

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U.S. stocks plunge following Huawei arrest

Stocks are plunging again as the arrest of a senior Chinese technology executive threatened to worsen trade tensions between Beijing…

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Cannabis producer Aphria drops 30% after short seller calls acquisitions ‘worthless’

Shares in Canadian cannabis company Aphria Inc. fell to their lowest level in more than a year on Monday after a…

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BC Hydro puts out welcome mat for bitcoin miners, but experts urge caution

In the last year, cryptocurrency firms have talked about adding as much as 5,000 megawatts to BC Hydro’s electrical load.…

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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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Sunwing flight in 2017 avoided ‘catastrophic’ disaster as jet took off too slowly

Britain’s air safety regulator revealed details Wednesday of a Sunwing flight last year that narrowly avoided disaster after the flight crew…

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Loblaws cranks up self-checkout with app that scans items while you shop

Loblaws is ramping up self-checkout with new technology called “shop and scan” — a system that lets people scan their items with…

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How will Facebook keep people on Facebook? By helping them fall in love

For those who’ve been paying attention, Facebook’s growth appears to be slowing. It’s not clear why, but one theory is…

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