Alberta bets on oil production cuts but industry remains divided on market intervention

Premier Rachel Notley said it would be one of the toughest decisions that Albertans would make as a province. And now…

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U.S., China declare 90-day ceasefire on new tariffs: White House

China and the United States have agreed to halt additional tariffs as both nations engage in new trade negotiations with…

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G20 shows steady rise of Chinese clout and fraying U.S. ties in Latin America

It took only minutes for Argentine officials to react to the White House’s version of what was said in the…

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With three days to go until signing ceremony, USMCA text still not final

Three days away from the target date for all three countries to officially sign the revised North American trade agreement,…

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Ride-hailing legislation introduced by B.C. government

After years of waiting, British Columbians may finally be able to catch a ride in an Uber or Lyft — but…

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Alberta Energy Regulator spent more than $14,000 flying boss to weekly meetings

The chief executive of Alberta’s oil and gas regulator no longer lives in the province and the organization is spending…

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Bell beefs up CraveTV to include new HBO shows without cable TV subscription

Bell Media has beefed up its streaming service CraveTV with new HBO shows and other exclusive content without the need…

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Ontario ombudsman gets more than 1,000 complaints about cannabis store

Ontario’s ombudsman says his office has received more than 1,000 complaints about the province’s online cannabis store since it launched…

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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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