Oil prices spike after OPEC countries decide on production cut

Oil prices spiked sharply higher Friday after OPEC countries agreed to a proposal that would see global oil production reduced…

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Your grocery bill could rise 3.5% in 2019, study predicts

The price of food could increase by up to 3.5 per cent in 2019, an annual study of food prices…

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Auto sales dip 9.4% in November, marking 9 months of declines

Auto sales in Canada were down for the ninth straight month in November, dipping 9.4 per cent to 143,668 vehicles.…

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Canada ‘not surprised’ Trump taking risky move in order to ratify new NAFTA

Any relief Canadian officials felt over Friday’s signing of NAFTA may fade away, as U.S. President Donald Trump announced he’s…

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Stocks markets surge on hint of slower rate hikes

Stocks surged on Wall Street, powering a 600-point gain in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, after the head of the…

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NASA chimes in on Beaufort Sea drilling rigs

The federal agency that oversees offshore petroleum leasing has received comment on Arctic Ocean drilling from a surprise source —…

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Who gets more done — office workers or telecommuters?

In a tight labour market, workers with in-demand skills may have the leverage they need to snag coveted telecommuting privileges. But seasoned…

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Oilsands giant backs call for production cuts

The head of one of the country’s largest oilsands producers says Canada’s oil price woes are reaching an “emergency situation,” and on Wednesday…

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Small internet providers say CRTC rules lead to ‘higher prices and less choice’

Canada’s smaller internet service providers say the CRTC needs to revamp rules that protect the big telcos and erode consumer choice when it comes to high-speed internet service.  On Wednesday, the…

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