Canada Goose shares slump another 4% after chain delays Beijing store launch

Shares in Canada Goose were slumping on Friday after the iconic parka maker delayed opening its first permanent store in…

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Western oil price rally unlikely to last after curtailments begin: expert panel

It’s unlikely a dramatic improvement in western Canadian oil prices since Alberta announced forced production curtailments two weeks ago will…

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Pro-pipeline First Nations spar with environmental activists over ‘devastating’ tanker ban bill

First Nations chiefs and leaders who say they represent over 200 Indigenous communities in B.C. and Alberta are fighting back…

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China pressures U.S., Canada ahead of hearing for Huawei exec

China raised the pressure on the United States and Canada as a bail hearing for a top Chinese technology executive…

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‘They kill jobs’: Meet Canadians who refuse to use self-checkout machines

Tom Eburne and his wife, Peggy, are self-checkout virgins. They refuse to use the machines, determined to keep cashiers employed.…

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Sask. construction industry loses 14,000 jobs over 3 years, association says

Trevor Stein’s company spent nearly a year wiring new apartment complexes in Saskatoon’s Stonebridge neighbourhood. After Stein invoiced the owner, Block…

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Alberta crude production cuts expected to create winners and losers: analysts

Oil production cuts announced by the Alberta government will have the desired outcome of reducing steep discounts on its oil,…

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Investor pressure drives Royal Dutch Shell to take action on climate change

Welcome to The National Today newsletter, which takes a closer look at what’s happening around some of the day’s most notable stories.…

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