Canadian business titan and Calgary Flames co-owner Clay Riddell dies

Clay Riddell, the billionaire oil baron and co-owner of the Calgary Flames, has died at age 81. Riddell founded multiple oil…

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Feds to spend $117M for Churchill railway sale, repairs

The federal government is spending $117 million to help facilitate the deal to sell and begin repairs to the flood-damaged rail line to…

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CBS negotiates exit with CEO Leslie Moonves amid new sexual harassment claims

CBS is expected to announce on Monday that Chief Executive Leslie Moonves is resigning, said sources on Sunday, as six additional women came forward…

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Canada will have allies if it resists Trump’s fuel-efficiency rollback: Don Pittis

This week’s announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump that he plans to cut Obama-era restrictions on coal-fired power plants is just…

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Uber narrows quarterly loss as company polishes tarnished image

Uber is still struggling to make money while the ride-hailing service’s CEO deals with the headaches left behind by his…

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Aeroplan adds airlines and buck a beer falls flat: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Fed keeps key rate unchanged while signalling future hikes

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday left its benchmark interest rate unchanged while signalling further gradual rate hikes in the months…

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Vineyards welcome hot and dry weather

So far it’s been a hot summer and for wine producers, that’s a great thing according to a local producer,…

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CP Rail second-quarter profit hurt by disruptions related to labour strife

​Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says service interruptions related to labour negotiations and strike notices caused its net income to decrease…

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