Money for change: Sustainable investing hits the big time

New numbers in Canada and the United States show that sustainable investing is no longer a niche trend, but rather…

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Are investors right to finally be worried about higher interest rates?

One of the big fears that sparked a sell-off in stock markets last week seems to be surfacing again this week. Investors…

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Heavy snow delays harvest after tough season for Alberta farmers

Farmers in Alberta are racing against the clock to harvest their crops after heavy rain and snow in September left fields too wet to…

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$40B LNG facility is the light at the end of a long tunnel for Canada’s natural gas sector

On Tuesday morning, hours after LNG Canada announced it would go ahead with its $40-billion export facility on the West…

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Canada’s main stock index sustains largest loss in more than a month

Canada’s main stock index sustained its largest loss in more than a month while the loonie regained lost ground after…

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U.S.-Mexico text may preview Canada’s NAFTA prospects

The U.S. trade representative is expected to post text online soon that will lay out more of what Mexico has…

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Environmentalists ask U.S. regulators to reconsider Enbridge pipeline project

Environmental and Indigenous groups asked Minnesota regulators on Tuesday to reconsider their approval of Enbridge Energy’s plans to replace its…

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Volkswagen to stop production of the Beetle

Volkswagen announced on Thursday it would stop producing its Beetle compact car globally in 2019 as the automaker prepares for…

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Parents have fretted through the ages about kids’ fascination with technology, experts say

When Stephen Dennis was raising his two sons in the 1980s, he never heard the phrase “screen time,” nor did…

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