Number of mortgages fell 3.4% in second quarter as stress test rules keep young buyers out

The number of new mortgages taken up in Canada in the second quarter of the year fell by 3.4 per…

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Morneau leaning toward ‘targeted measure’ to boost corporate investment – not tax cut

The federal government’s fall economic update is likely to include targeted tax measures to boost the country’s competitiveness instead of a…

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Loblaws to appeal court ruling that calls for payment of $368M in back taxes

Loblaw Cos. Ltd. says it will appeal a tax court decision that leaves the grocery chain on the hook for a…

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Facebook files patent infringement complaint against Blackberry in U.S. court

Facebook Inc. has filed a patent infringement complaint against BlackBerry Ltd. in a San Francisco court. The social media giant…

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If U.S. and Canada sign trade deal after strong GDP growth, interest rates could rise

Canada’s second-quarter growth figures on Thursday will provide the first glimpse of how the economy fared after the U.S. imposed tariffs…

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TransCanada moves to condemn South Dakota land

The company planning the Keystone XL oil pipeline is moving to condemn private land in South Dakota. TransCanada Corp. has…

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WestJet dispatchers seek to unionize

Flight dispatchers at WestJet are the latest group of employees at the airline seeking to join a union. The Canadian…

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Canada to review auto emissions rules as U.S. moves to roll back requirements

Canada will review the joint vehicle emissions standards it has with the United States before it decides what to do…

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China warns of retaliation if U.S. takes more trade steps

China’s government warned Wednesday it will retaliate if Washington imposes new trade penalties, following a report the Trump administration will…

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U.S. economy surges to 4.1% growth rate in second quarter

The U.S. economy surged in the April-June quarter to an annual growth rate of 4.1 per cent. That’s the fastest…

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