Nobel Prize-winning economist says carbon taxes are the solution to climate change

Read Story Transcript Just hours before William Nordhaus and Paul Romer won a Nobel Prize on Monday for their work on…

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Oil prices at highest levels in 4 years

Oil prices were at their highest levels since 2014 in trading Monday, after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries decided…

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Trudeau considering an appeal or legislation to end Trans Mountain impasse

A week after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, Prime Minister…

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Bank of Canada expected to keep rates on hold, but reasons for a hike are ‘solid’

The Bank of Canada is widely expected to keep interest rates on hold in its monetary policy decision on Wednesday,…

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Loonie could jump up to 82 cents US if trade talks are successful, says economist

Even with a resilient, if not strong, Canadian economy, the loonie has failed to gain momentum this year — losing more than…

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B.C.’s craft beer taking off in Asia — where a pint can cost up to $25

British Columbia’s craft beer scene is booming — and not just locally.   Seven B.C. craft brewers now have beers…

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When sorry isn’t enough — pressure grows on companies to apologize quickly in the age of viral content

Smartphones, social media, and the speed at which videos go viral are creating new pressures in boardrooms everywhere, whenever executives…

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Canada to review auto emissions rules as U.S. moves to roll back requirements

Canada will review the joint vehicle emissions standards it has with the United States before it decides what to do…

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