Nissan board fires chair Ghosn following arrest

Nissan’s board voted unanimously to oust its chair, Carlos Ghosn, on Thursday after the shock arrest of the industry heavyweight, ushering in a period…

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Justin Trudeau tours Calgary amid frustration with ongoing financial woes

Watch Justin Trudeau live here now and again at 1:15 MT Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is tiptoeing through Calgary on…

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Quick fix for Alberta’s oil woes may be sorely needed — but not so easily found

With steep discounts on Alberta oilsands crude hitting Canada’s energy sector hard, the economic cost continues to climb by tens…

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Average Canadian house worth $496,800 last month, down 1.5% in past year

Canadian home sales fell in October, as the number of transactions dropped in more than half of all local markets…

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Brookfield, Caisse in $13.2B US deal to buy Johnson Controls’ batteries business

Brookfield Business Partners of Toronto and the Caisse de dépô​t et placement du Québec, based in Montreal, together with a…

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Walmart ramps up self-checkout, scales down ‘scan and go’ shopping

In the race to woo customers with a seamless shopping experience, Walmart Canada is adding more self-checkout kiosks and revamping its “scan…

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Imperial Oil forges ahead with construction of $2.6B Aspen oilsands project

Imperial Oil Ltd.’s commitment to begin construction this year on its $2.6-billion Aspen oilsands project in northern Alberta comes less…

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Stunning jobs numbers mean Amazon wage hikes may spread: Don Pittis

A plunge in the U.S. jobless rate to levels not seen in nearly half a century could be a new…

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Canadian dollar soars, stocks rise on trade deal optimism

The Canadian dollar was up three-quarters of cent and Toronto stocks moved upwards Monday after Canada secured a deal for…

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Grocery retailers try new bag of tricks to slow sales decline

Supermarket sales in Canada decreased by 2.9 per cent year over year between May 2017 and 2018, according to Statistics…

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