Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou wanted in U.S. for fraud, bail hearing told

A top Chinese telecommunications executive is wanted for extradition from Vancouver to the U.S. on allegations of fraud, including using…

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U.S., China declare 90-day ceasefire on new tariffs: White House

China and the United States have agreed to halt additional tariffs as both nations engage in new trade negotiations with…

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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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Oil bottlenecks pose ‘extraordinary’ challenge for Western Canadian energy sector: report

Alberta’s “ongoing and acute” issues with getting crude to market pose an “extraordinary” challenge for the province’s energy sector, says a…

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‘We’re outraged’: Union rips Liberal back-to-work bill for Canada Post carriers

The union representing Canada Post carriers is accusing the federal government of violating its members’ constitutional rights by pushing emergency legislation…

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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 employees walk out to protest sexism, inequality

Hundreds of Google engineers and other company workers worldwide — including in Canada  —​ walked off the job Thursday to protest the company’s…

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What’s the dirtiest surface on an airplane? The result may surprise you

Used tampons, sandwiches, loose condoms, smartphones, dirty diapers. What do they all have in common? Flight attendants tell Marketplace they’ve…

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Canada’s inflation rate slowed down to 2.2% last month

The annual pace of inflation slowed more than expected in September as increases in the price of gasoline eased compared…

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‘Buy local’ dairy campaign sparked by trade deal that allows more U.S. milk into Canada

The latest trade deal allowing more U.S. milk to pour into Canada has sparked a rallying cry to buy Canadian…

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