Trudeau’s Singapore pitch: Canada ‘just getting started’ on trade

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Singapore on Tuesday afternoon primed to make his pitch to a Singapore business audience:…

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Google says it will reform sexual misconduct rules

Google is promising to be more forceful and open about its handling of sexual misconduct cases, a week after high-paid…

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Canadian pot stocks rise as 3 U.S. states vote to legalize cannabis in some form

Shares in major cannabis companies were higher on the TSX on Wednesday as U.S. voters in three of the four…

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CMHC forecasts housing starts and sales to decline over next two years

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country’s real estate market is expected to moderate over the next two years…

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Fragmented bus service market emerges as Greyhound exits Western Canada Oct. 31

A hodge-podge of public transportation services are already starting to fill the gap as Greyhound Canada moves steadily towards its…

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Oilsands bitumen prices in negative territory, analyst calculates

A financial analyst says prices being paid for Western Canadian oilsands bitumen have fallen so far that producers are losing…

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Jobless man told to pay thousands for government EI mistake

When a government blunder put more than $14,000 worth of employment insurance payments into Zbigniew Kazmierczak’s chequing account, he knew…

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3 reasons why Alberta oil prices have sunk

Around the world oil prices are on the rise, except in Alberta where a barrel is worth less than half…

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Donkin mine drops appeal of sanctions for overpaying temporary foreign workers

The operator of the Donkin coal mine in Cape Breton has abandoned a court appeal and is accepting strong federal…

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