$40B LNG facility is the light at the end of a long tunnel for Canada’s natural gas sector

On Tuesday morning, hours after LNG Canada announced it would go ahead with its $40-billion export facility on the West…

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Freeland postpones UN speech today amid NAFTA talks and looming deadline

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland’s marquee speech today to the UN General Assembly has been postponed until Monday, and officials say…

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RCMP and privacy commissioner probe alleged NCIX data breach

The RCMP and Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia are investigating allegations of a possible data breach involving the bankrupt…

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TREB must release real estate data today

The Toronto Real Estate Board as of today must release sold prices and other real estate data to its members and allow them…

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Mark Carney agrees to stay at Bank of England until January 2020

The Bank of England’s Mark Carney agreed Tuesday to extend his period as governor by six months until January 2020 to…

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Maker of GMO salmon says it sold 4.5 tonnes in Canada this year but won’t say to whom

Prepared sashimi products is where you’re likely to find genetically modified salmon in Canada, the CEO of AquaBounty Technologies, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology…

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Tim Hortons owner strips disgruntled franchisee of his licence

The parent company of Tim Hortons seized ownership of four locations from a restaurant owner heading an unsanctioned franchisee group…

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If U.S. and Canada sign trade deal after strong GDP growth, interest rates could rise

Canada’s second-quarter growth figures on Thursday will provide the first glimpse of how the economy fared after the U.S. imposed tariffs…

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Widespread mislabelling of seafood reported in cities across Canada

An “alarming” rate of seafood in Canadian restaurants and stores is mislabelled, according to a new report by an ocean advocacy group.…

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Lower shipments of cars and car parts push Canadian wholesale sales down in June

Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 0.8 per cent in June to $63.1 billion in June. The report was in…

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