Aspen oilsands project hearing cancelled after First Nation strikes deal with Imperial

The Alberta Energy Regulator says it’s no longer considering holding a public hearing for a new oilsands project after an…

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Media groups face stiff competition in following the buzz on cannabis: Don Pittis

“What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s happening,” goes the ’70s rock anthem. Part of the catchiness of the lyric — from the…

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Privacy experts say choosing life insurance tied to fitness tracking could have unintended consequences

Privacy experts say they’re concerned life-insurance programs that reward customers for behaviours like logging their activity using a fitness tracker could have…

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Bigger, more expensive iPhone expected at Apple launch event Wednesday

Apple is expected to showcase three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the…

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Nike’s Colin Kaepernick campaign a sign big brands think the future is liberal: Don Pittis

What if you went to an alt-right rally and had nothing to wear but a hat? As chaos at the…

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Ford government does U-turn, expands electric vehicle rebates for Tesla buyers

The Ontario government says it will not appeal a Superior Court decision in favour of Tesla Motors Canada over the…

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Canada’s exports of goods to U.S. hit record in June

Higher shipments of passenger cars and lights trucks south of the border helped drive up Canadian exports to the United…

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Loonie could brace for a return to ‘Dutch disease’ if oils stays strong: Don Pittis

This week’s startling jump in economic growth was due to just one thing. As economists and commentators fretted over a…

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Twitter shares hammered, as bad week in social media business gets worse

Cracking down on hate, abuse and online trolls is also hurting Twitter’s standing with investors. The company’s stock dropped more…

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