Canada to apply USMCA cultural exemption to digital trade

The broad cultural exemption Canada fought to keep in the renegotiated North American free trade deal will allow for Canadian…

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NAFTA talks ‘very likely’ on sidelines of UN General Assembly, Trudeau says

U.S. and Canadian officials trying to reach a deal on NAFTA are “very likely” to hold informal talks on the…

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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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TREB gives cease-and-desist letter to realtor who posted home sales data

The Toronto Real Estate Board says it has written to members who posted Greater Toronto Area home sales data requesting…

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Canada returning to NAFTA talks earlier than expected

NAFTA talks are resuming at the decision-maker level sooner than expected, with Canada’s foreign affairs minister set to return to…

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Why it’s unlikely Alberta actually gained 79,000 ‘government jobs’ in just a few years

It hit headlines last week that the number of “government jobs” in Alberta had grown by 79,000 in a span of…

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Argentina Central Bank hikes interest rate to 60% – the highest in the world

Argentina’s Central Bank on Thursday increased its benchmark interest rate to 60 per cent — the world’s highest — in…

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Energy shares tank as top court rules against fed’s expansion of Trans Mountain pipeline

Canadian stocks were dragged lower on Thursday by the energy sector after the Federal Court of Appeal ruled against the…

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PepsiCo buys SodaStream for $3.2B

Beverage giant PepsiCo on Monday purchased Israel’s fizzy drink maker SodaStream for $3.2 billion US, a boon for a company…

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