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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Sask. shows highest provincial growth of woman-owned businesses

Woman-owned businesses are becoming more common in Canada, but they remain a small fraction of those owned by men, according…

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Rural Canada Post carriers may see 25% wage hike after pay equity dispute

An arbitrator has released a ruling in a long-standing pay equity dispute at Canada Post that gives rural carriers a…

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Tesla turns over documents related to Musk’s claim he’ll take the company private

Tesla Inc. has turned over documents to the U.S. Justice Department after statements by CEO Elon Musk about taking the…

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Elon Musk says Tesla to remain public

Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk says investors have convinced him that he shouldn’t take the company private, so the firm…

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U.S. to impose anti-dumping duties of 24% plus on Canadian-made pipes

The United States says it will impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on large-diameter welded pipe from Canada and five other countries.…

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Sears board members have earned more than $600K since retailer’s demise — and are still being paid

It’s time for Sears Canada’s board of directors to disband and stop racking up costs, according to the law firm representing…

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WestJet’s Swoop prepares to offer U.S. service as airline regroups from disappointing quarter

WestJet Airlines Ltd. says its ultra low cost Swoop airline will soon begin transborder service as it looks to regroup…

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Forget successes, F–kup Nights highlight the business lessons of failure

A surprising speaker series that’s become a global phenomenon is taking root in Canada. The series, provocatively named F–kup Nights…

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U.S. launches tariff challenge at WTO against Canada, Mexico, Turkey, China and EU

The United States has launched five separate complaints at the World Trade Organization against Canada, China, the European Union, Mexico…

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