‘Striking’ APEC confrontation causes uncertainty ahead of G20

The opening photo call at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit Saturday turned out to be a useful roadmap for…

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Theresa May persuades cabinet on Brexit divorce, but Parliament challenge ahead

British Prime Minister Theresa May, calling it a “decisive step,” said Wednesday evening that her cabinet had signed off on…

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TSX down, loonie up in wake of interest rate hike

Canada’s main stock index posted a triple-digit decline, led lower by the materials and financial sectors, while the loonie traded…

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North American stock markets regain some of the ground lost earlier this week

North American stock markets shot higher in early trading, regaining some of the steep losses from earlier this week. The…

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New free trade deal with U.S. will see Canada’s duty-free limit raised to $150 from $20

Retailers say they are OK with new trade rules that will allow Canadians to buy more from the United States…

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After-work emails cause stress, even if you don’t open them

Bringing work home cuts into personal time and the opportunity to decompress. But a recent study found that it’s not…

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Pinterest to open first Canadian office in Toronto

Pinterest is opening its first office in Canada in Toronto at the start of October in an effort to expand…

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China fires back with higher tariffs on $60B of U.S. products

China on Tuesday announced a tariff hike on $60 billion of U.S. products in response to President Donald Trump’s latest…

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Ford recalls almost 340,000 F-150s in Canada for seatbelt fire risk

Ford is recalling two million F-150 pickup trucks from the last three model years to fix a problem with the front…

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