Who wins a U.S.-China trade war? The one that loses least: Don Pittis

Who will win the escalating trade dispute between the United States and China? According to Canadian experts on China and trade,…

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‘I’m getting ripped off’: A look inside Ticketmaster’s price-hiking bag of tricks

Buying a ticket for Saturday’s Bruno Mars concert in Toronto was probably never going to be cheap, but what many…

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Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods

The Trump administration is imposing tariffs on $200 billion US more in Chinese goods starting next week, escalating a trade…

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Kinder Morgan hires TD to sell Canadian business, say sources

Kinder Morgan Inc. has hired investment bank TD Securities to facilitate a potential sale of its Calgary-based Canadian business, which…

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Nike’s Colin Kaepernick campaign a sign big brands think the future is liberal: Don Pittis

What if you went to an alt-right rally and had nothing to wear but a hat? As chaos at the…

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Tim Hortons owner strips disgruntled franchisee of his licence

The parent company of Tim Hortons seized ownership of four locations from a restaurant owner heading an unsanctioned franchisee group…

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Don’t dig Trans Mountain’s grave just yet

The knee-jerk reaction in Calgary to the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling to halt construction of the Trans Mountain project…

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Alberta, oilpatch begin public fight with federal government over new fuel regulation

A private spat between Alberta and the federal government is becoming a public fight focused on Ottawa’s proposed clean fuel…

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CIBC Q3 earnings rise 25% to $1.37B

Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce raised its quarterly dividend as it reported a third-quarter profit of $1.37 billion, a 25…

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Canadian Pacific moved more grain in past year despite extreme weather, backlog

​Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. moved one per cent more grain over the past year than in 2016-17, despite a frigid…

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