Warning signs global economic chaos could spread to Canada: Don Pittis

Canada’s latest job creation numbers out at the end of last week were astounding. The most recent figures for the country’s economic…

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Ontario’s provincial power company buys U.S. renewable energy firm for $388M

Ontario’s government-owned power company is making its first foray outside the province, announcing a deal to buy New Jersey-based Eagle…

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House prices fell in Toronto suburbs in last quarter, Royal LePage survey says

House prices declined in much of the Greater Toronto Area in the second quarter of this year, particularly in Richmond Hill,…

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U.S. auto tariffs could cut Canada’s car output by nearly 1 million, CIBC says

The number of cars made in Canada could fall by almost 900,000 units a year if the U.S. hits this…

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Tariffs on U.S. goods and Health Canada sunscreen tests: 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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‘It’s erratic’: Sluggish sales force Calgary shops to up their game

Having run her home decor and art business for 45 years, Pamela Haight has experienced countless ups and downs. The recent…

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Baytex Energy and Raging River Exploration sign $2.8B merger deal

Baytex Energy Corp. and Raging River Exploration Inc. have signed a $2.8-billion deal to merge in a bid to boost…

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Trudeau’s retaliatory tariffs may threaten recreational boating in Canada

Canada’s recreational boating industry says it’s bracing for big losses if proposed countermeasures against American tariffs go ahead on July…

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Rift between Trump and Trudeau could be first step towards a recession, warns former foreign affairs minister

Read Story Transcript Experts are calling the public animosity brewing between U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after…

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Businesses may fear rising wages, but the jobs boom could be a boon for the rest of us: Don Pittis

With all the consternation about the state of the Canadian economy, you might think we were doomed. But that’s not what the…

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