Sears pensioners hope to recoup their losses in $509M lawsuit

A court decision has given Sears Canada retirees hope they can recoup some of the millions of dollars missing from…

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Alberta Energy Regulator executive found billing for travel from B.C. residence

A second executive with the Alberta Energy Regulator is billing the organization for travel expenses because the person is living…

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G20 members agree on trade, migration — but not climate change

The leaders of the world’s largest economic powers on Saturday backed an overhaul of the global body that regulates international trade disputes,…

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‘This isn’t what we were promised’: Amid GM closures, Trump’s economic policies are coming home to roost

At one time, Donald Trump’s words sounded reassuring to Tommy Wolikow. Now more than a year later, they just torment him.…

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Quarterly profit rises 10% at Bank of Nova Scotia

The Bank of Nova Scotia’s fourth-quarter earnings got a lift from its international operations, but fell just shy of expectations…

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Failed bidder files trade challenge against Ottawa’s frigate design pick

The federal government’s decision to select a group of companies led by Lockheed Martin Canada to design and support the…

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Suncor CEO Steve Williams to retire; Mark Little named as replacement

Suncor Energy Inc. says Steve Williams will retire as chief executive after the company’s annual meeting next May. Williams, 62,…

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Airlines, trucking industry face sharp rise in fuel prices

An obscure regulation targeting the international marine shipping industry could have a widespread impact on the economy, including the price…

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Misleading sales practices not a ‘systemic’ problem, telecom firms tell CRTC

Canada’s cable and internet companies are defending themselves against claims they have been misleading their customers and using aggressive sales…

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Oilsands bitumen prices in negative territory, analyst calculates

A financial analyst says prices being paid for Western Canadian oilsands bitumen have fallen so far that producers are losing…

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