Long-term loans: The fuel that’s powering Canadian car sales

This story is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

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MPs committee calling on Morneau to boost deduction for capital investments

Wayne Easter answered the phone in the middle of a quick lunch. The chair of the Commons finance committee was in…

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WestJet bans staff in ‘safety-sensitive’ jobs from off-duty cannabis use

WestJet Airlines Ltd. says it will follow the lead of rival Air Canada in banning pot use for staff in…

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Explosion, fire at Saint John oil refinery injures several contractors

Several Irving Oil contractors are being treated for non-life threatening injuries following an explosion and fire at the refinery in Saint John on…

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Brexit tension leads U.K. to seek deeper ties with Canada

As the United Kingdom works to finalize its split from the European Union, it’s about to ramp up efforts to expand…

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Canadian cannabis companies invest millions in Pablo Escobar’s home turf in Colombia

Near the hometown of the late Colombian kingpin Pablo Escobar, a growing number of Canadians are seeking their fortunes in…

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Twitter isn’t biased and Facebook’s getting better at fighting trolls, tech execs to tell lawmakers today

Twitter isn’t biased for or against any type of partisan but is working on ways to raise the level of…

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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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Loonie could jump up to 82 cents US if trade talks are successful, says economist

Even with a resilient, if not strong, Canadian economy, the loonie has failed to gain momentum this year — losing more than…

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