The unintended consequences of Alberta’s mandatory oil production cut

One of Canada’s largest oil companies is listing a series of potential pitfalls from the Alberta government’s decision to impose…

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CN bidding for Halifax container terminal

Canadian National Railway has submitted a bid to buy Atlantic Canada’s largest container terminal. The company says if successful, it will…

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Aphria names special committee to investigate allegations by short-sellers

Marijuana producer Aphria Inc., says its board of directors has appointed a special committee of independent directors to review the…

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Parents are giving tons of their kids’ personal data away — and the long-term effects aren’t yet known

On average, parents will post more than 1,000 images of their children online before they’re old enough to have their own social…

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Trump threatens to cut GM’s electric car subsidies because of plant closures

U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he was “very disappointed” that General Motors was closing plants in the United…

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Watchdog to probe how banks handle complaints

Canada’s financial consumer watchdog has got the green light to probe how banking customer complaints are handled internally and by…

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Who gets more done — office workers or telecommuters?

In a tight labour market, workers with in-demand skills may have the leverage they need to snag coveted telecommuting privileges. But seasoned…

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After Montana ruling, TransCanada not sure when Keystone construction can begin

TransCanada Corp. says it doesn’t know when it will be able to build its Keystone XL pipeline after a Montana…

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Bombardier cutting 5,000 jobs, selling Q Series aircraft

Bombardier has announced measures that will result in 5,000 job losses, half of which will be in Quebec, over the next…

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