Hurricane costs increasing as more people choose to live in their path

As Hurricane Florence begins to hit South Carolina, the latest estimates on its intensity are coming in slightly lower than…

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‘They’re less tied to religion’: Shift toward cremation causes shortfall in Saskatoon cemetery revenue

The City of Saskatoon is projecting a $1.1 million shortfall in its 2018 operating budget — and $700,000 of that…

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Court to rule Thursday in fight over release of real estate sold figures

The end might be near for a seven-year battle that has kept the public from easily finding sales data for…

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U.S. judge orders Keystone XL pipeline review in setback for Trump

A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday ordered the U.S. State Department to do a full environmental review of a…

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1.4 million Ram pickups recalled for tailgates that can unexpectedly open

Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 1.4 million Ram pickups in the U.S. and Canada because tailgates with power locks…

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Competition Bureau says eyewear shoppers deserve more choice online

Canada’s competition watchdog has set its sights on the eyewear industry, calling on provincial governments and regulators to allow consumers greater access to…

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Air Canada to offset rise in fuel prices with higher fares, may trim capacity

Air Canada experienced a 31 per cent increase in the price of jet fuel compared with last year’s second quarter,…

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IMF warns G20 that tariffs will harm global economy as Trump threatens escalation

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned world economic leaders on Saturday that a recent wave of trade tariffs would significantly harm global growth,…

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Auto industry gathers in Washington to discuss possibility of U.S. tariffs

Having started a trade war with China and enraged U.S. allies with steel tariffs, President Donald Trump is primed for…

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