OPEC could make Canadian oil price crisis even worse

The oil price crisis in Western Canada could deepen next week depending on whether Saudi Arabia, Russia and other countries decide to…

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Stocks markets surge on hint of slower rate hikes

Stocks surged on Wall Street, powering a 600-point gain in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, after the head of the…

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Union chief meets with Trudeau today to push for action on GM plant closure

The president of the largest private sector union in Canada meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today, still vowing to…

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Ride-hailing legislation introduced by B.C. government

After years of waiting, British Columbians may finally be able to catch a ride in an Uber or Lyft — but…

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Ottawa’s plan to set up a national securities regulator would be constitutional, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court of Canada says the Constitution allows Ottawa and the provinces to set up a national securities regulator.…

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Edmonton Girl Guide sells out of cookies in cannabis store lineup

As Edmontonians lined up to buy legal cannabis from retail stores on Wednesday, Elina Childs saw a business opportunity. The nine-year-old Girl…

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7-Eleven launches Foodora delivery offering, taking on small junk food services

Some Canadians will be able to get Slurpees, condoms, medicine and ice cream delivered to them at the touch of…

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‘A public relations nightmare’: Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program

LATEST UPDATES: After publication of this story, Ticketmaster issued a statement to CBC News saying it was “categorically untrue that Ticketmaster…

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Useful lessons from Venezuela’s crumbling populist economy: Don Pittis

In an era of polarized politics, the reaction last week when Canada’s Special Envoy to Myanmar Bob Rae tweeted about Venezuela, should…

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