North American stocks slide lower, loonie down against U.S. dollar

Canada’s main stock index hit a six-month low Thursday while U.S. stock markets suffered another sell-off day as investors are…

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New free trade deal with U.S. will see Canada’s duty-free limit raised to $150 from $20

Retailers say they are OK with new trade rules that will allow Canadians to buy more from the United States…

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Business groups lobby Ford government to repeal workplace reforms

Business groups are urging Premier Doug Ford’s government to take away the new sick day and pay equity protections granted…

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Barrick Gold buys Africa’s Randgold to become world’s biggest gold miner

Toronto based Barrick Gold has agreed to buy Randgold Resources for $6.1 billion in stock to create the world’s largest gold miner. Investors will…

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Back to school season the best time to shop around for telecom deals

The back-to-school period is one of the busiest times of the year for Canadian telecom companies, resulting in a barrage…

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Liberals ‘absolutely committed’ to Trans Mountain after Federal Court of Appeal quashes construction approvals

In a stunning blow, the Federal Court of Appeal has quashed approvals to build the Trans Mountain expansion project, but…

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Free trade talks could finally see Canada raise de minimis levels for duty-free online shopping

One concession Canada seems likely to make in the current round of free trade discussions with the U.S. and Mexico…

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Turkish lira loses another 7% as economic crisis deepens

Turkey’s central bank announced Monday a series of measures to free up cash for banks as the country grapples with a…

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Can shortage has brewers feeling tapped out

Tariffs and price hikes could soon make it harder to crack open a cold can of craft beer.  Ottawa-area breweries say…

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