Trudeau defends ‘price on pollution’ in anti-carbon-tax heartland

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his government’s push to put a “price on pollution” in front of a skeptical Saskatchewan audience…

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Alberta pulling out of federal climate change plan until pipeline construction resumes

Alberta will pull out of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s national climate change plan until construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline…

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RyanAir pilot strike grounds 400 flights across Europe

Budget airline Ryanair said Wednesday it is cancelling 400 of over 2,400 flights on Friday due to a strike by…

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Trade spat hits the grocery aisle and EpiPens in short supply: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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De Beers Canada acquires Peregrine Diamonds, to take over Nunavut diamond project

De Beers Canada says it plans to take over the company behind the Chidliak diamond mining project in Nunavut. In a…

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Netflix shares plunge as streaming company sees ‘hiccup’ in subscriber growth

Netflix stocks fell more than 14 per cent Tuesday after the company announced it added fewer subscribers in the second…

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Sure, we could spend 4% of GDP on the military — with huge cuts or tax hikes

U.S. President Donald Trump is demanding Canada and other NATO allies boost their military spending to four per cent of their…

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Getting out of credit card debt as the cost of borrowing rises

The Bank of Canada’s latest rate increase has raised the cost of borrowing as well as the importance of paying…

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Canada drops mustard from retaliatory tariff list while ketchup remains a target

Canada may have declared war on American-made ketchup, but has given its sidekick, mustard, a reprieve. Mustard made the proposed…

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