Canadian Natural cuts $1B from budget due to steep oil price differential

Oilsands producer Canadian Natural Resources is setting its 2019 capital budget at $1-billion less than its “normalized” range but says…

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Trump could strike back at Alberta oil cuts, says former provincial trade envoy

A former Alberta trade envoy to Washington, D.C., believes United States President Donald Trump could slap the province with counter measures for…

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Couche-Tard’s Q2 earnings up 9% from acquisitions, fuel sales

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. beat revenue expectations as the Quebec-based retailer’s net earnings rose nine per cent in its most recent…

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Ride-hailing legislation introduced by B.C. government

After years of waiting, British Columbians may finally be able to catch a ride in an Uber or Lyft — but…

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New coworking spaces let you take your kid to work, every day

After having kids, Amanda Munday realized that child care was often inaccessible and unaffordable. That’s why she opened The Workaround,…

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Meet Canada’s unknown digital workers

Opportunities for work in Canada’s online gig economy are growing faster than in many other countries, according to the organization behind…

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Federal government’s tariff relief plan faces criticism; Morneau says 50 firms tariff-free

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says 50 Canadian companies have so far been exempted from paying surtaxes on U.S. steel and…

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‘Lives are hanging in the balance’: Why some newly licensed truckers aren’t ready for the road

Tractor-trailers can measure up to 23 metres long, carry 30-tonne loads and barrel down the highway at 120 km/h, but…

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