NAFTA talks forced Canada to pick a side in U.S.-China trade war

When the Trudeau government agreed to a revised North American free trade deal, the Americans said Canada also agreed to something…

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Saint John mayor wants focused industry talks after Irving Oil explosion, fire

Saint John Mayor Don Darling says he plans to have “focused discussions” with industry officials after an explosion and fire…

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WalMart removes third-party ad that described plus-sized women as ‘fat’

Amanda Hanson said she was outraged when she discovered an advertisement on Walmart Canada’s website that described plus-sized women as “fat.” The third-party…

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Canadians to spend more this holiday season, report finds

Recent trade uncertainty, climbing debt levels and rising interest rates don’t seem to be dampening holiday spirits among Canadian consumers, who plan…

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Sask. shows highest provincial growth of woman-owned businesses

Woman-owned businesses are becoming more common in Canada, but they remain a small fraction of those owned by men, according…

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Cannabis retailer Green Growth Brands raises $85M following reverse takeover

An American marijuana company whose shares will soon trade in Canada has raised $85 million in a private placement, funds…

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‘Wild West’ cryptocurrencies need regulation, say U.K. lawmakers

British lawmakers have backed calls for greater regulation of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin in order to bring an element of…

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S&P 500 hits record high, equals longest bull-run

The benchmark S&P 500 hit an all-time intraday high on Tuesday, the same day it equalled its longest-ever bull-market run,…

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Cost to twin Trans Mountain pipeline now $1.9B higher, Kinder Morgan says

Kinder Morgan Canada documents say expanding the Trans Mountain pipeline will cost the federal government an additional $1.9 billion beyond…

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Amid EpiPen shortage, a Canadian-based company has approval for an alternative

As a worsening EpiPen shortage prompts questions about why Canada relies on just one pharmaceutical manufacturer to supply a life-saving treatment, a Laval, Que.,…

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