Electronic surveillance proposed as bail hearing for Huawei CFO resumes

The bail hearing for a top executive of China’s Huawei Technologies resumed in Vancouver on Monday, the next step in a case…

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Why cutting oil production seems so utterly un-Albertan

Alberta is supposed to be the home of the free market, the province of privatization. It’s a wide-open market to…

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Oil production cuts are on the table. Here’s what that might mean for Alberta

Premier Rachel Notley says the plunging price of oil has become a crisis for Alberta, and she’ll announce a short-term…

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Trudeau, Trump and Pena Nieto to sign new USMCA trade agreement in Argentina

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto will sign the new United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement on continental trade in…

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Deutsche Bank confirms police investigation stemming from Panama Papers

Some 170 police officers, investigators and prosecutors raided the German offices of Deutsche Bank on Thursday on the suspicion bank…

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GM’s decision to close Oshawa plant raises fears for future of making cars in Canada

The sudden announcement that General Motors will stop making cars in Oshawa, Ont. after next year sent shockwaves through the industry on…

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With no budget for rural internet, nobody’s made a plan, auditor general says

Canada’s auditor general says people who live in rural and remote parts of the country don’t have high-speed internet access…

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Mexican protests could signal fluctuating avocado prices this season

Avocados have become so ubiquitous they are easy to take for granted. But there’s a battle taking place behind the scenes…

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