2 junior oil firms cut dividends, output as prices remain ’embarrassingly low’

A pair of junior Calgary oil companies are cutting payouts to shareholders and reducing production because of current steep discounts…

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Canadian outdoor giant targets trans community in marketing campaign

Canadian outdoor retailer Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) is trying to tap into the hearts and wallets of the transgender community,…

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G20 shows steady rise of Chinese clout and fraying U.S. ties in Latin America

It took only minutes for Argentine officials to react to the White House’s version of what was said in the…

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Trudeau, Trump and Pena Nieto to sign new USMCA trade agreement in Argentina

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto will sign the new United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement on continental trade in…

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How did Black Friday eclipse Boxing Day in Canada?

The once-uniquely American shopping tradition of Black Friday is now bigger in Canada than Boxing Day. That’s according to the Retail…

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Drilling underway at $50M geothermal power plant near Estevan, Sask.

A major geothermal power plant has broken ground in Saskatchewan, with hopes of generating electricity by spring. The company leading…

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Failed bidder files trade challenge against Ottawa’s frigate design pick

The federal government’s decision to select a group of companies led by Lockheed Martin Canada to design and support the…

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Britain on a cliff edge: Brexit, bedlam or bust?

If a Brexit deal falls in the British Parliament and no one is around to save it, does Theresa May…

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Farmers ready to get political in 2019

After another tough fall harvest, this time the result of early snowfall blanketing crops, many farmers across the prairies are…

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