Western oil price rally unlikely to last after curtailments begin: expert panel

It’s unlikely a dramatic improvement in western Canadian oil prices since Alberta announced forced production curtailments two weeks ago will…

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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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CFO of Chinese tech giant Huawei arrested in Vancouver, sought by U.S. for extradition

Canadian officials have arrested Wanzhou Meng, the chief financial officer and deputy chairwoman of the board for the Chinese tech…

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With no budget for rural internet, nobody’s made a plan, auditor general says

Canada’s auditor general says people who live in rural and remote parts of the country don’t have high-speed internet access…

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Fairfax buys 13.7 per cent stake in Stelco for $250M

Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. says it has bought a 13.7 per cent stake in steel producer Stelco Holdings Inc. for…

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Poor weather prompts temporary shutdown of all N.L. offshore rigs

All Newfoundland and Labrador offshore facilities have been temporarily shut down as a safety precaution due to stormy seas and…

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Postal workers’ union makes counter-offer

There is no end in sight for rotating strikes hitting Canada Post deliveries, after the postal workers’ union rejected the…

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U.S. judge halts Keystone XL pipeline construction

A federal judge in Montana filed an injunction to stop construction on the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline on Thursday.  Brian Morris, the district…

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StatsCan’s plan to harvest private banking info on hold, pending investigation

The country’s chief statistician says his agency’s controversial plan to harvest individuals’ banking information is on hold until the privacy…

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