Postal workers delivering parcels 7 days a week ahead of Christmas, union says

Postal workers in Canada are delivering parcels seven days a week to ensure they will be in time for the…

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China promises prompt action on U.S. trade pact

A Chinese government spokesperson says Beijing will “immediately implement” terms of a tariff cease-fire with Washington and is “full of confidence”…

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G20 members agree on trade, migration — but not climate change

The leaders of the world’s largest economic powers on Saturday backed an overhaul of the global body that regulates international trade disputes,…

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Eye-roll nation: Why our sympathy for economic pain often stops at provincial borders

You could almost hear Albertans’ eyes roll in unison this week, as Unifor president Jerry Dias exited a meeting with Prime Minister Justin…

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Cattle farmers say new antibiotics prescription rules will be costly

New federal rules kicking in on Dec. 1 will set limits on farmers’ abilities to procure antibiotics for their livestock, a move intended to…

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Royal Bank profit rises to record $12.4B for the year

Royal Bank of Canada reported a 15 per cent increase in fourth-quarter net income to $3.25 billion, surpassing analyst expectations…

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Quarterly profit rises 10% at Bank of Nova Scotia

The Bank of Nova Scotia’s fourth-quarter earnings got a lift from its international operations, but fell just shy of expectations…

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Want it tomorrow? Some online shopping habits are terrible for the environment

Have you ever picked two-day shipping because it’s free with an Amazon Prime membership? Or returned an item of clothing…

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Nissan chair Carlos Ghosn arrested in financial misconduct probe

Nissan Motor’s chair Carlos Ghosn has been arrested and will be dismissed for alleged under-reporting of his income and misuse…

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