Qatar to leave OPEC and set own oil and gas output

The tiny, energy-rich Arab nation of Qatar announced on Monday it will withdraw from OPEC in January, meeting its aspirations…

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G20 members agree on trade, migration — but not climate change

The leaders of the world’s largest economic powers on Saturday backed an overhaul of the global body that regulates international trade disputes,…

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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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Quarterly profit rises 10% at Bank of Nova Scotia

The Bank of Nova Scotia’s fourth-quarter earnings got a lift from its international operations, but fell just shy of expectations…

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Winter is coming for the North American economy: Don Pittis

In the sword-and-dragon fantasy Game of Thrones that has captured a huge following of readers and television viewers, characters periodically share the ominous…

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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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California electrical company stock plunges after revealing possible link to devastating wildfire

Shares in California’s electricity and natural gas utility are being hammered after the company revealed it doesn’t have enough cash…

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Questions about American milk and bringing pot on planes: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen treated again for cancer

Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen said on Monday he had started treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, the same disease he overcame…

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Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s, other big chains hit by ‘malware outbreak’

A Canadian company that owns many popular restaurant chains says it was hit with a “malware outbreak” on Friday, causing a “partial network…

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