Canadian manufacturing sales top expectations, gain 1.1% in June

Canadian manufacturing sales rose more than expected in June, boosted by a 16 per cent surge in oil and coal…

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Elon Musk sued over tweets, proposal to take Tesla private

Tesla Inc. and its chief executive Elon Musk were sued twice on Friday by investors who said they fraudulently engineered…

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Row over jailed activists won’t affect oil shipments to Canada, Saudi minister says

A row over human rights in Saudi Arabia will not have any impact on Saudi oil supplies to Canada, its energy minister…

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WestJet dispatchers seek to unionize

Flight dispatchers at WestJet are the latest group of employees at the airline seeking to join a union. The Canadian…

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Twitter shares hammered, as bad week in social media business gets worse

Cracking down on hate, abuse and online trolls is also hurting Twitter’s standing with investors. The company’s stock dropped more…

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Grupo Aeromexico makes $180M US bid for Aimia’s stake in loyalty program PLM

Mexican Airline operator Grupo Aeromexico has made a non-binding proposal to acquire Aimia Inc.’s stake in their joint loyalty program…

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Trade Tribunal finds subsidies and dumping of steel products causing harm

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal says it has found there is a reasonable indication that dumping and subsidizing of some…

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Japan resumes Canadian wheat imports after suspension

Ottawa says Japan has ended its temporary suspension of Canadian wheat imports. Japan had halted shipments after some unauthorized genetically…

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Starbucks plans to stop offering plastic straws by 2020

Starbucks says it will replace plastic straws in stores globally with ones made from other materials by 2020, a nod…

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