Heavy snow delays harvest after tough season for Alberta farmers

Farmers in Alberta are racing against the clock to harvest their crops after heavy rain and snow in September left fields too wet to…

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Swoop adds $149 flights to Mexico out of Hamilton and $159 flights from B.C.

Ultra low cost airline Swoop is adding routes to Mexico out of Hamilton’s John C. Munro International Airport, flying twice weekly…

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General Electric ousts CEO John Flannery

After just over a year and declines on several fronts at General Electric, John Flannery has been ousted as the…

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To understand Venezuela’s future, look to the bond market, not politics and protests

Despite some of the world’s worst inflation and an economic crisis so severe that 2.3 million people have fled the…

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Kinder Morgan Canada shareholders vote to sell Trans Mountain pipeline to Ottawa with project in limbo

Kinder Morgan Canada shareholders voted overwhelmingly Thursday to approve the sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline and expansion project to the Canadian…

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British government ramps up warnings to businesses in event of ‘no-deal’ Brexit

British firms trading with the European Union will face a tangle of red tape, possible delays at the border and…

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Second Cup shares rise on news it may convert some Ont. outlets to cannabis shops

Shares of Second Cup gained ground on Thursday, a day after the coffee chain said it was eyeing converting some…

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‘Pay your age’ promo causes chaos for Build-A-Bear

Children’s toy seller Build-A-Bear was forced to halt a promotion that allowed customers to pay their age after the publicity…

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JetBlue says Airbus joint venture with Bombardier secondary reason to order A220

JetBlue Airways Corp. says it placed a large order for the Canadian-developed A220 because of the commercial aircraft’s economics rather…

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Tariffs 101: How Canada’s counter-tariffs on U.S. goods work, and what they’ll do

In response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, Canada is poised to fight back with its own dollar-for-dollar tariffs set…

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