Early data suggests no spike in pot-impaired driving after legalization, police say

Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more…

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Bell and Rogers to defend sales practices at CRTC hearing

Canada’s two biggest telecommunications companies will get their turn to speak on Friday in a five-day probe by Canada’s telecom…

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U.S. border patrol warns ‘amnesty’ for pot convictions doesn’t guarantee entry

A senior U.S. border patrol official is warning travellers that cannabis remains an illegal narcotic in the U.S. despite Canada’s…

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WestJet’s first 3 long-haul Dreamliners will fly direct between Calgary and Europe

The first three of WestJet’s 10 new long-distance Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners will offer direct international flights between Calgary and Europe,…

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CMHC says annual pace of housing starts slowed in September

The annual pace of Canadian housing starts fell to their lowest level in nearly two years in September. Canada Mortgage…

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William Nordhaus and Paul Romer win Nobel economics prize

Americans William Nordhaus and Paul Romer have won this year’s Nobel Memorial Prize in economic sciences for their work in integrating…

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More companies say Astaldi not paying bills, as liens soar to $34M

The financially troubled main contractor on the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project is now facing $34 million in claims from suppliers over…

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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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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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