Amid EpiPen shortage, a Canadian-based company has approval for an alternative

As a worsening EpiPen shortage prompts questions about why Canada relies on just one pharmaceutical manufacturer to supply a life-saving treatment, a Laval, Que.,…

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Apple hits record $1 trillion US stock market valuation

Apple Inc. became the first $1 trillion publicly listed U.S. company on Thursday, crowning a decade-long rise fuelled by its ubiquitous…

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Lack of inheritance tax is making inequality worse, CCPA says

The gap between the haves and the have-nots is getting wider in Canada — and the country’s lack of an inheritance tax is…

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Canada to join Mexico, Japan, South Korea and the EU in auto tariff talks

Canada will join Mexico and European and Asian auto-producing countries this week to plot strategy ahead of the potential imposition…

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Husky Energy boosts dividend for 2nd time following strong Q2 results

Husky Energy Inc. has announced a second dividend increase for 2018, following a two-year period when the company suspended the…

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Trump’s Fed criticism prompts fears he’s questioning bank’s independence

U.S. President Donald Trump took his second shot in as many days at the man he hand-picked to run his…

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Shares of pot company Tilray surge in first day of trading on Nasdaq

Shares of Tilray Inc. jumped on Thursday as it became the first Canadian cannabis company to launch an initial public…

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Trudeau focuses on steel, aluminum on Canada Day as retaliatory tariffs hit U.S.

Apparently there’s no such thing as a ceasefire in a trade war, even on Canada Day. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made…

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Inflation rate holds steady at 2.2% in May despite soaring gasoline prices

The cost of living increased at a 2.2 per cent annual pace in May, matching the increase seen a month earlier.…

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