Oil production cuts are on the table. Here’s what that might mean for Alberta

Premier Rachel Notley says the plunging price of oil has become a crisis for Alberta, and she’ll announce a short-term…

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Telecom mediator sees 57% spike in complaints in 2017-18, mainly about wireless

The federal watchdog that handles customer complaints about telecommunications and television services in Canada saw a 57 per cent spike in…

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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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Parmalat to acquire Kraft’s natural cheese division for $1.62B

Parmalat Group says it has reached an agreement valued at $1.62 billion to acquire Kraft Heinz Canada’s natural cheese division.…

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WestJet’s third quarter profits tumble as fuel costs soar

WestJet Airlines Ltd. reported a third-quarter profit of $45.9 million, down from a profit of $135.9 million in the same…

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Pot grower Aphria Inc. applies to list on New York Stock Exchange

Licensed producer Aphria Inc. has applied to list its common shares on the New York Stock Exchange. The Leamington, Ont.-based…

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Collapse of Lehman Brothers 10 years ago still looms over Canada’s economy

Ten years ago oil was trading at more than $100 US per barrel, the loonie had risen well above parity…

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Maker of GMO salmon says it sold 4.5 tonnes in Canada this year but won’t say to whom

Prepared sashimi products is where you’re likely to find genetically modified salmon in Canada, the CEO of AquaBounty Technologies, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology…

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Don’t dig Trans Mountain’s grave just yet

The knee-jerk reaction in Calgary to the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling to halt construction of the Trans Mountain project…

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