Allegations of inflated property values at centre of RCMP syndicated mortgage fraud investigation

Inflated property values and the promotion of non-qualifying investments as being RRSP-eligible are some of the key allegations made by…

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CP Rail second-quarter profit hurt by disruptions related to labour strife

​Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says service interruptions related to labour negotiations and strike notices caused its net income to decrease…

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Ontario teen makes ‘buy Canadian’ list in response to Trump trade tariffs

Just a few weeks ago Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland was in Hamilton announcing a $2 billion plan to help out Canadian industries…

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JetBlue says Airbus joint venture with Bombardier secondary reason to order A220

JetBlue Airways Corp. says it placed a large order for the Canadian-developed A220 because of the commercial aircraft’s economics rather…

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General Electric to spin off health-care unit, divest Baker Hughes stake

General Electric Co. said on Tuesday it will spin off its health-care business and divest its stake in oil-services firm…

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Canada’s definition of beer could be changing

Your beer is about to undergo a government makeover. Federal officials are proposing changes to national beer standards that would…

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Suncor refinery restart to ease Petro-Canada gas station outages

Suncor Energy Inc. says a fuel supply shortage that left some of its Petro-Canada stations in the four western provinces…

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Twitter shares jump 5% as they win new follower: The S&P 500

Consider it the ultimate “like” for a stock: Twitter Inc is joining the benchmark S&P 500 U.S. index, pushing the…

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RV maker Winnebago gets into boating with acquisition of Chris-Craft

Recreational vehicle manufacturer Winnebago Industries says it is buying boat maker Chris-Craft to expand beyond motor homes and travel trailers…

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