Alberta premier to announce measures to deal with oil price differential

Alberta’s NDP Premier Rachel Notley will announce tonight what many expect will be a mandatory industry-wide cut in oil production…

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Federal fall update expected to offer more support for struggling news industry

The federal government is expected to lay out fresh plans next week to support Canada’s struggling news industry. The measures,…

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Annual pace of housing starts picked up in October, topped expectations

An increase in multi-unit projects such as condominiums, apartments and townhouses helped push the annual pace of housing starts in…

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Federal pilots union surprised Air Transat given weeks to fix ‘major’ safety system problems in 2015

When Transport Canada audited Air Transat’s safety system in 2015 and found 22 problems, including missed maintenance checks on Boeing…

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Iran sanctions may have little impact in Canada, except on oil prices

The fresh round of sanctions the U.S. imposed on Iran Monday threatens to close off all channels of international banking…

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Is German FlixBus the fix for Canada’s bus woes?

For many, the signature silver dog of Greyhound is the symbol of bus travel.       But that iconic image might…

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Clean tech solutions need to scale up in the battle against climate change, experts say

From solar power to self-driving electric cars, we already have access to the technologies and tools that can help battle the…

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VMedia to go public in proposed reverse takeover of junior oil company Phoenix

VMedia, the upstart internet and cable provider known for lower prices and a legal spat with rival Bell, is moving…

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Canada open to more China trade now that USMCA is done, Trudeau says

Canada is open to doing more business with China now that a trading agreement with the United States and Mexico…

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