E-commerce giant Shopify bans sale of some firearms and accessories

Shopify is taking aim at weapons companies by banning the sale of some firearms and accessories on its platform. The…

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Canada Goose reports $18.7M loss amid international expansion plans

Luxury jacket maker Canada Goose Holdings Inc. says it incurred a net loss of $18.7 million in its first quarter…

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Aimia, Porter Airlines form new Aeroplan partnership for post-Air Canada era

Aimia Inc. says it has a new deal for Toronto-based Porter Airlines to become a preferred Canadian airline for the…

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IMF warns G20 that tariffs will harm global economy as Trump threatens escalation

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned world economic leaders on Saturday that a recent wave of trade tariffs would significantly harm global growth,…

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U.S. carmakers could be next victims of Trump’s ‘easy to win’ trade war: Don Pittis

Even if the Trump administration won’t listen to Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland on the advantages of  the North American Free Trade…

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Canadian housing starts increased to 248,100 in June

Canadian housing starts in June jumped 28 per cent to 248,100 annualized units, the fastest pace of home construction in…

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House prices fell in Toronto suburbs in last quarter, Royal LePage survey says

House prices declined in much of the Greater Toronto Area in the second quarter of this year, particularly in Richmond Hill,…

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Trump administration slaps tariffs on $50B US of China imports

Vowing to cut U.S. trade deficits and protect the nation’s high-tech “crown jewels,” President Donald Trump said Friday he’s levying…

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Rising oil prices could push Alberta back into the black and reverse NDP’s political fortunes

Alberta’s economy and its politicians live and die with the fickle ebb and flow of oil prices. You could almost hear…

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Markets will advance green agenda — even if some governments lose interest: Don Pittis

While the majority of the G7 leaders renewed their countries’ commitment to fighting climate change this weekend, there are increasing signs of political defections from…

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