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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Facebook says 50 million user accounts affected by security breach

Facebook reported a major security breach in which 50 million user accounts were accessed by unknown attackers. In a blog…

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WestJet’s compassionate and confused chatbot sends happy customer to suicide prevention site

The last thing a satisfied WestJet customer expected to get when she sent the company a glowing review was a…

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‘We can’t wait’: Why more Canadians are finally getting serious about making less garbage

Fed up with a lack of action on the rising tide of plastic pollution, a growing number of Canadian consumers…

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Maxime Bernier’s new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis

In a phrase variously attributed to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, the United States and Britain are “two countries divided…

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Crude-by-rail exports surge in Canada as pipeline restraints squeeze oil industry

With the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project stalled, and overall Canadian pipeline capacity limited, the pressure to ship crude oil…

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Tim Hortons, franchisees in legal spat over ‘shattering’ coffee pots

The parent company of Tim Hortons is denying a claim by a group of franchisees that the coffee pots they’re…

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A deadline could be good for trade talks, but Trump’s isn’t firm: Don Pittis

There are few things better than a hard deadline to concentrate the minds of a group of people trying to…

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Tesla shares fall 5% on Wall St. skepticism, SEC probe reports

Tesla Inc.’s shares slipped almost five per cent to a two-day low on Thursday, wiping out all the gains fuelled by…

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