Canada’s relationship with Trump reaches a ‘new level of frustration’ over Huawei comments

Canada’s relationship with Donald Trump has reached a “new level of frustration” after the U.S. president’s comments this week on…

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Why cutting oil production seems so utterly un-Albertan

Alberta is supposed to be the home of the free market, the province of privatization. It’s a wide-open market to…

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Canadian steel buyers racing to get imports into country through tariff exemptions

Canadian steel buyers are racing to get construction steel into the country to claim first-come, first-serve exemptions from tariffs that…

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Overflowing production continues to dampen oil prices as Alberta premier mulls solutions

Oil market analyst Kevin Birn likens Western Canada’s crude supply to a bathtub with a drain that’s too small to…

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Samsung apologizes for illnesses at chip, liquid display factories

Samsung Electronics apologized Friday for illnesses and deaths of some of its workers, saying it failed to create a safe…

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How much do we owe, and what are we doing about it?

This story is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation, looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

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Canada still short of police officers trained to spot drug-impaired drivers

The number of police officers trained to recognize drug-impaired drivers is lagging far behind the number that police chiefs said…

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Amazon raises its U.S. minimum wage to $15 an hour

Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday it would raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour for U.S. employees from next…

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Honda recalls 1.4 million more cars to replace airbag inflators

Honda says it will recall 1.4 million U.S. cars to replace front passenger airbag inflators made by Takata. The company…

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