Liberal government writes off $1.1B US loan to Chrysler, plus interest, docs show

The Liberal government has quietly written off a $2.6-billion auto-sector loan that was cobbled together to save Chrysler during the…

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Canadian airlines tell Ottawa carbon tax will hurt revenues and domestic routes

Canadian airlines are urging Ottawa to exempt them from the Jan. 1 imposition of a federal carbon tax, which they…

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Entrepreneurs cook up edible pot products despite legalization delay

Yannick Craigwell doesn’t need to guess how large the Canadian appetite will be for edible pot once it’s legal. He…

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This is how much legal pot you can take on domestic flights

Travellers flying within Canada will be allowed to pack 30 grams of cannabis once legalization begins Oct. 17, transportation minister…

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Buried behind the cows and cars: key changes in NAFTA 2.0

While workers and consumers alike will be affected by the changes coming for Canada’s automotive and agriculture sectors, plenty of…

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U.S.-China trade war boosts sales of Canadian live lobster exports to China

Exporters and shippers of live Canadian lobster are reporting a huge growth in the number of air cargo shipments to China,…

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Bitcoin mining uses so much electricity that one city will pull the plug during heat waves

On the day of the grand opening of the largest bitcoin mining project in the country, the weather was partly…

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‘We can’t wait’: Why more Canadians are finally getting serious about making less garbage

Fed up with a lack of action on the rising tide of plastic pollution, a growing number of Canadian consumers…

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Is there even such a thing as a ‘Made in America’ vehicle anymore?

One of the most popular vehicles in the United States is a perfect example of why it would be so…

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