How Iran is using ‘ghost ships’ to flout Donald Trump’s oil sanctions

It sounds like something out of a pirate story, but the normally staid world of international trade has been beset…

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Brian Mulroney joins board of directors of New York-based pot company

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is joining the board of directors of an American cannabis company. Acreage Holdings, one of…

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B.C. workforce ready to take advantage of 10,000 LNG jobs, says trades council

B.C.’s trades sector is confident most of the thousands of workers required to build and operate the province’s first major LNG export…

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Environmentalists ask U.S. regulators to reconsider Enbridge pipeline project

Environmental and Indigenous groups asked Minnesota regulators on Tuesday to reconsider their approval of Enbridge Energy’s plans to replace its…

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Tony Clement reflects on ‘dire situation’ that led to 2009 auto bailout

It was a decade ago that the North American auto industry was sent into a tailspin after the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy…

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‘They’re less tied to religion’: Shift toward cremation causes shortfall in Saskatoon cemetery revenue

The City of Saskatoon is projecting a $1.1 million shortfall in its 2018 operating budget — and $700,000 of that…

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Bank of Canada holds key interest rate steady at 1.5%

The Bank of Canada is keeping its benchmark interest rate steady at 1.5 per cent. The central bank’s rate, known as…

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Ad giant WPP names Read as CEO to succeed founder Sorrell

WPP named company veteran Mark Read as its new CEO on Monday to steer the world’s biggest advertising company through…

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‘Game-changer’: Labour groups claim clout in NAFTA talks

This Labour Day, union groups are marking what they see as a milestone in their movement — new clout in the NAFTA…

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