TransCanada can resume some pre-construction work on Keystone XL, judge rules

A judge in Montana ruled last week that TransCanada can resume some pre-construction work on the Keystone XL pipeline. The Calgary-based…

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Martinrea to close Ajax car part factory in wake of GM Oshawa news

Martinrea International Inc. says it will be forced to close an automotive factory when General Motors winds down production at…

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Alberta launches trade challenge against Ontario over beer, liquor imports

Alberta is launching a trade challenge against Ontario over liquor policies that allegedly discriminate against Alberta’s small brewers.  “It doesn’t…

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Security agencies warn of foreign espionage threat to company networks

Canadian companies should watch out when they use technology supplied by state-owned companies from countries that want to steal corporate…

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Fairfax buys 13.7 per cent stake in Stelco for $250M

Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. says it has bought a 13.7 per cent stake in steel producer Stelco Holdings Inc. for…

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Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has rejected Canada Post’s latest offer in their labour dispute as a delivery backlog weighs on…

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Economic cost of Canadian oil price discounts counted in billions of dollars

Imagine producing a bumper crop of a product in high demand around the globe, only to learn you must settle…

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Fatphobia in the workplace can be career limiting and psychologically harmful

When a person competes for a job, the hope is that they will be measured by their talent and ability,…

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