Bank of Canada expected to hold its key lending rate in decision Wednesday

The Bank of Canada is widely expected to keep interest rates on hold in its monetary policy decision on Wednesday.…

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Alberta bets on oil production cuts but industry remains divided on market intervention

Premier Rachel Notley said it would be one of the toughest decisions that Albertans would make as a province. And now…

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Senators pass back-to-work legislation to end rotating postal strike

Senators voted in favour of the Liberal government’s legislation to force Canada Post employees back to work — a move that…

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‘A handful of little carnations’: Customers complain Bloomex’s bouquets don’t always arrive as advertised

When Pat Hodnett’s sister-in-law passed away last year, a bouquet of “cheerful” flowers seemed the perfect way to honour her…

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Highlights of Bill Morneau’s 2018 fiscal update

Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered his fall economic statement Wednesday. Here are the highlights of his fiscal update: Growth: 2…

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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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Britain and China halt package shipments to Canada until mail strike is resolved

Canadians hoping to receive packages from international shippers while rotating strikes impact Canada Post operations may be waiting a long…

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Oilsands companies pull back on production as ‘crisis’ hits sector

With no immediate relief in sight from a collapse in Canadian oil prices, Alberta oilsands companies are beginning to turn…

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Medical cannabis patients anxious and fearful over supply shortages

Can’t find any weed to buy for a party this weekend? Don’t complain. Canadians who use cannabis for medical reasons…

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Google employees walk out to protest sexism, inequality

Hundreds of Google engineers and other company workers worldwide — including in Canada  —​ walked off the job Thursday to protest the company’s…

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