Alberta crude production cuts expected to create winners and losers: analysts

Oil production cuts announced by the Alberta government will have the desired outcome of reducing steep discounts on its oil,…

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3 things to look for as Canada’s big banks reveal quarterly results this week

It’s the final quarterly earnings season for the big banks in 2018, when Canada’s biggest lenders tip their hands to…

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Rental vacancy rate dips to 2.4% across Canada, CMHC says

Canada’s overall vacancy rate dropped for a second year in a row, as demand for rental housing grew at a…

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‘We’re outraged’: Union rips Liberal back-to-work bill for Canada Post carriers

The union representing Canada Post carriers is accusing the federal government of violating its members’ constitutional rights by pushing emergency legislation…

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Abandoned Canadian silver mine could boom again as battery demand prompts gold rush in cobalt

The flooded bottom of an abandoned silver mine is an unlikely source of hope. But down there in the flickering…

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U.S. judge halts Keystone XL pipeline construction

A federal judge in Montana filed an injunction to stop construction on the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline on Thursday.  Brian Morris, the district…

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After almost a century in Nelson, B.C., the last Greyhound rolls through

Seventy-five-year-old Helena Petkau waits patiently for the Greyhound to roll into Nelson B.C.’s bus depot at the back of a…

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EI fraud hits five-year high, Liberals chalk it up to better monitoring

Employment Insurance fraud has hit a five-year high — a sign for federal officials that efforts to root out wrongful…

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Yahoo to pay $50M and give free credit monitoring to victims of 2016 hack

Yahoo has agreed to pay $50 million US in damages and provide two years of free credit-monitoring services to 200…

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