Government staffer named in Mark Norman document leak case suspended from job

A junior procurement official named in the criminal case against the military’s former second-in-command has been suspended from his federal government…

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6 things to know about Canada’s oil-price gap, from gluts to the differential

The Alberta government has ordered a mandatory cut to crude oil production next year to deal with historically low prices…

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The future of cash in Canada

There have never been more ways to pay for something as there are now and the oldest way — cash…

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Canadian oilsands player calls for government to mandate production cuts

One of the country’s largest oilsands players, Cenovus Energy, is urging the Alberta government to implement “temporary” production cuts across the oil sector as Canadian crude prices…

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New Flyer sends 90 jobs to Kentucky to meet U.S. content rules

Winnipeg-based bus manufacturer New Flyer will lay off 90 people and move the jobs to Shepherdsville, Ky., to deal with increasingly…

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Trudeau to unveil carbon tax plan for provinces that don’t comply

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil Tuesday the federal government’s plan for wayward provinces that do not comply with the…

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Canada’s inflation rate slowed down to 2.2% last month

The annual pace of inflation slowed more than expected in September as increases in the price of gasoline eased compared…

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Saudi stocks drop after Trump threat over missing writer

The Saudi stock market plunged Sunday after President Donald Trump threatened “severe punishment” over the disappearance of Washington Post contributor…

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Investors rush to patent genetically modified cannabis molecules

At the Hyasynth Biologicals laboratory in Montreal, scientists are working on the latest frontier in the cannabis business: genetically engineering…

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$40B LNG project in northern B.C. gets go-ahead

Construction is going ahead on a massive, $40-billion liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C., hours after five primary investors…

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