Shares in MEG soar as analysts predict Husky will boost hostile takeover offer

Financial analysts say Husky Energy Inc. will likely have to sweeten its $3.3-billion hostile takeover bid for fellow Calgary oilsands…

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Maxime Bernier’s new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis

In a phrase variously attributed to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, the United States and Britain are “two countries divided…

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Crude-by-rail exports surge in Canada as pipeline restraints squeeze oil industry

With the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project stalled, and overall Canadian pipeline capacity limited, the pressure to ship crude oil…

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Toyota recalls 1 million hybrid models over wiring issue, 7,200 in Canada

Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it planned to recall around 1.03 million vehicles, including its gasoline-hybrid Prius model, in…

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Chinese billionaire arrested in Minneapolis in sexual misconduct case

The billionaire CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com Inc, Richard Liu, was arrested in the U.S. state of Minnesota on…

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As airlines hike checked bag fees, charges for carry-on luggage could be next

Buckle up: Now that Air Canada and WestJet have hiked their checked bag fees for economy fares, some airline experts…

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‘Very important’ NAFTA issue remains as reports say U.S.-Mexico near deal

As U.S. media reports of a NAFTA breakthrough circulated Monday, Mexico’s economy minister, Ildefonso Guajardo, told reporters on his way…

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Canada will have allies if it resists Trump’s fuel-efficiency rollback: Don Pittis

This week’s announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump that he plans to cut Obama-era restrictions on coal-fired power plants is just…

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Stocks in U.S. lift on strong earnings as trade fight caps gains

Stock markets lifted on Monday after strong corporate earnings helped Wall Street close higher, but a tariff dispute between the…

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Amid EpiPen shortage, a Canadian-based company has approval for an alternative

As a worsening EpiPen shortage prompts questions about why Canada relies on just one pharmaceutical manufacturer to supply a life-saving treatment, a Laval, Que.,…

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