Ford F-series trucks are the most often stolen vehicles in Canada, insurers say

Auto theft is up six per cent across the country, according to a report released Tuesday by the Insurance Bureau…

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OPEC looks to cut oil production to bolster falling price

OPEC countries were gathered Thursday to find a way to stop the fall in the price of oil, with analysts predicting…

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Netflix hikes subscription prices in Canada

Another price hike is on the way for Netflix subscribers in Canada as competition heats up among the biggest streaming…

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GM cuts will be painful but better now than during a recession: Don Pittis

“It could have been worse,” will be of no comfort to those affected by the shutdown and job losses at General Motors.…

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Worry and frustration mount in Alberta as oil prices languish

The street outside Calgary’s downtown Hyatt hotel was teeming with pro-oil demonstrators Thursday, forcing police to close traffic along a busy avenue as the growing…

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Agribition panelists encourage Sask. First Nations to explore economic potential of cannabis production

Cannabis has been a hot topic all year — and a Wednesday panel discussion at the Western Canadian Agribition aimed to explore…

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Amazon picks New York, northern Virgina for new headquarters: reports

Amazon plans to announce on Tuesday that it has selected New York and northern Virginia as the locations for its…

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Order to stop Keystone XL construction shows urgent need to get Canadian oil to new markets, energy group says

The latest legal setback for Calgary-based TransCanada’s $10-billion Keystone XL pipeline through the United States is yet another reminder that…

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More workers are tired on the job and it’s bad for business

Do you ever go to work tired? New research suggests you’re not alone. The results from an online survey from Robert…

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