Amid oil price crisis, major energy producer says Canada’s largest pipeline system is ‘dysfunctional’

Canadian Natural Resources is doubling down on its concerns about wasted space on Canada’s biggest oil pipeline, blaming a “dysfunctional”…

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New Brunswick joins provinces affected by E. coli linked to romaine lettuce

A case of E. coli thought to be linked to romaine lettuce has been confirmed in New Brunswick, making it the…

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Farmers ready to get political in 2019

After another tough fall harvest, this time the result of early snowfall blanketing crops, many farmers across the prairies are…

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New coworking spaces let you take your kid to work, every day

After having kids, Amanda Munday realized that child care was often inaccessible and unaffordable. That’s why she opened The Workaround,…

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RCMP victimized by $100,000 credit card cloning scam

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has changed the way it handles credit cards for gasoline purchases after it fell victim…

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CRA appeals $2.2 billion tax bill dispute decision that ruled in favour of uranium giant Cameco

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is appealing a Federal Court of Appeal decision involving a $2.2 billion tax bill dispute…

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Supreme Court clears way for Air Canada cargo price fixing lawsuit

The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for a class-action lawsuit against Air Canada and British Airways to…

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When 15 per cent was a good rate for a mortgage

A high bank rate meant high mortgage rates for home buyers in 1981. (CBC Archives/The National) Good news: the bank rate…

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WestJet’s Swoop forced to cancel 24 U.S. flights as regulatory approval held up

WestJet’s new discount carrier Swoop is apologizing to travellers for cancelling 24 U.S.-bound flights. The airline says it had hoped…

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