Irving oil refinery explosion unlikely to hike gasoline prices in Canada

The explosion that rocked Irving Oil’s Saint John refinery on Monday is unlikely to affect the price of gas in…

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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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Business groups lobby Ford government to repeal workplace reforms

Business groups are urging Premier Doug Ford’s government to take away the new sick day and pay equity protections granted…

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Aurora Cannabis says no deal yet to make marijuana-infused drinks

Aurora Cannabis issued a statement early Tuesday saying it does not have a deal with Coke or any other beverage…

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TREB must release real estate data today

The Toronto Real Estate Board as of today must release sold prices and other real estate data to its members and allow them…

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Trudeau committed to building Trans Mountain despite new legal challenges

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reaffirmed his support for the Trans Mountain expansion project Friday vowing to fight on after the…

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DSW Inc. to close Town Shoes brand and 38 stores in Canada by January

DSW Inc. says it will shutter its Town Shoes Ltd. brand and close all of its stores. The Ohio-based shoe…

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Canadian manufacturing sales top expectations, gain 1.1% in June

Canadian manufacturing sales rose more than expected in June, boosted by a 16 per cent surge in oil and coal…

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Turkish lira loses another 7% as economic crisis deepens

Turkey’s central bank announced Monday a series of measures to free up cash for banks as the country grapples with a…

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Bausch Health posts $873M US quarterly loss linked to tax cost, asset impairments

Bausch Health Companies Inc. posted a net loss of $873 million US in the second quarter as the company formerly…

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